Eugenio Viola (Naples 1975) is an art critic and an independent curator. From 2009 to 2012 he was the Project Room curator at Madre, the Contemporary Art Museum in Naples. He got his PhD at University of Salerno, and he specializes in the experiences and theories related to performance and bodily poetics. On this subject he edited the Orlan’s monograph (Ed. Charta, Milan, 2007), and published a number of essays, among others: “Neo-Barocco vs Post-Human” (Electa, Napoli, 2009); “Itinerari del Post-Human” (Ed.Modo, Milan, 2005). He collaborates on a regular basis with “Flash Art” (Italy) and “” (U.S.A.). He is a member of the IKT (International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art) and he is in the jury of several art prices. He has published a number of essays and curated various exhibitions, in Italy and abroad, among others: Marina Abramović – The Abramović Method (PAC | Contemporary Art Pavillion, Milan, 2012); Transit, (Madre Museum, Naples / Townhouse, Cairo /PiST, Istanbul / CCA, Tel Aviv / State Museum, Thessaloniki, 2009-2011); Corpus. Arte in Action, festival that presented, among others, performances of: Ron Athey, Gabrjiel Savic Ra, Kira O’Reilly, Tobias Benrstrup, Jamie Shovlin and Lustfaust, Milica Tomic, Tania Bruguera, Regina Josè Galindo, Teresa Margolles, Maria Josè Arjona, Cristian Chironi, Jacopo Miliani, Luigi Presicce, Davide Balliano, Francesca Grilli, Rosy Rox (Madre Museum, Naples, 2009-2012); Francesco Jodice – Babel (Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, 2011); Binary System (Mergellina Stations, Naples / Belgrade Railway Station, 2008); A Room with a View (Pan | Palazzo delle Arti Napoli / Italian Cultural Institute, Belgrade, 2008); Orlan. Post-Identity Strategies (Kunsthalle of Tallinn, 2008); Through The Looking Glass (Villa Italia, Belgrade, 2008); Carlos Garaicoa for “Fate Presto” (Complesso Monumentale di S.Sofia, Salerno, 2008); Art and Homosexuality, from von Gloeden to Pierre and Gilles (Palazzo della Ragione, Milan / Palazzina Reale of Santa Maria Novella, Florence, 2007); Orlan: Le Rècit (Musée d'Art Moderne de Saint-Etienne Métropole, 2007); V.I.P. / Very Important Portraits di David LaChapelle (Museum of Capodimonte, Naples, 2006).

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