Sculpture, iron wire
Moma Hostel, installation
Sculpture, iron wire
Barbara Salvucci (1970, Rome), student of Enzo Brunori, graduated in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in 1994.
While she deepens the techniques of sculpture through the use of different materials such as plaster, wood, resins and metals, she never abandons the drawing in chinese ink and the engraving, these 2 techniques are still very present in her artistic production.
After her first solo exhibition at the Hungarian Academy in Rome in 2002, she continued her artistic and material research, exhibiting in numerous solo and group exhibitions in important museums and galleries in Italy and abroad (Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome; Gallery Municipal, Budapest, CSV Cultural Center, New York, KAC, American University, Washington DC, Arnaldo Pomodoro Foundation, Milan, MART Museum, Rovereto, CIAC Museum, Genazzano, Temple University, Rome, MACRO Museum, Museo MUSMA Matera; MUSPAC Museum, L'Aquila, Palazzo Pepoli, Bologna, MAAM Museum, Rome, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, Galleria Paola Verrengia, Salerno, Galleria L&C Tirelli, Vevey, Switzerland.
In 2011 and 2013 she took part in the 54th and 55th Venice Biennale of Art and in 2016 two major solo exhibitions saw her as the protagonist in Rome: INK at the Carlo Bilotti Museum - Aranciera of Villa Borghese and SIGNS at the Emmeotto Gallery - Palazzo Taverna.
Since 2008, her artworks has joined public collections such as the one of the MOMA Hostel by Franco Losvizzero, the MAAM - Museum of the Other and the Elsewhere, METROPOLIZ, Rome, the Museum of Contemporary Sculpture - MUSMA, Matera, the CIAC International Center for Contemporary Art, Colonna Castle in Genazzano, Rome and the University of Rome with the MANDALA shared by Renato Mambor, Rome.
Her work is found in numerous private collections such as the Giuliani Foundation, the Barillari Foundation, the Bulgari Collection, the Cicutto Collection, the Esposito Collection, the Pepi Marchetti Franchi Collection, the Mario Draghi Collection, the Benigni Collection.