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News – Pier Giorgio De Pinto
Training & Workshops
During July 2013 De Pinto partecipated in some workshops during the event Spuren in Freiburg. One workshop by Sarah Bechmann called Gewaltfreie Aktion. Körper und Bewegung (No violent action. Body and movement). One workshop by Alice Koubová called Dialogische Handlung (Dialogical action). One workshop by Marianne Eberhard-Kächele called Verkörperung. Tanz. Therapie (Incarnation. Dance. Therapy). One workshop by Graham Smith called Finding your solo voice.
2013 September - October – Soft-in Soft-out [encoding and decoding]. Riss(e). Studio Ermanno Cristini, Varese (I). Curated by Mario Casanova.
2013 September – The Solitary Body: self-portraiture in contemporary photography. VV.AA. MACT/CACT (CH). Curated by Mario Casanova.
2012 November - Il corpo solitario. L’autoscatto. MUSINF Museo d’arte moderna, dell’informazione, della fotografia. Palazzo del Duca, Senigallia (I). Curated by Giorgio Bonomi.
2012 October - Brut: Beyond The Outline with Selina Baumann, Giona Bernardi, Anna Choi, Paul DeFlorian, Pier Giorgio De Pinto, Martin Disler, Csaba Kis Róka, Parapluie, Valter Luca Signorile, Eduardo Tachado.
MACT/CACT (CH). Curated by Mario Casanova.
Curatorial projects and cultural collaborations
2012 September - co-curator with Mario Casanova for the show Subtle Psycho-Geographies: A Calvary for the Image. Felice Filippini & Jean Corty, Martin Disler, Otto Dix, Aurelio Gonzato, Hermann Hesse, Apollonio Pessina, Luigi Rossi, Louis Soutter, Varlin. MACT/CACT (CH).
Publications, Bibliography, Critic Texts, Interviews, Archives
2012 September – RSI, Swiss Italian Radio Television (CH). Interview for the show Subtle Psycho-Geographies: A Calvary for the Image. 2012 (CH).
2012 September CACTyou! Fanzine # Zero Persona. CACT Publications, (CH) of November 2010. The publication is now in the Network of Libraries and Information Centers in Switzerland (NEBIS) and preserved in the Swiss National Library.