TURN SOUND ON!
CLARA TOSI PAMPHILI
The reconstruction of the waiting condition, a metaphor for the situation in which we are living, narrated in two environments.
A waiting room where he waits together with a secretary / nurse who will take you into the second room.
Here Antonio Marras will listen to you by producing a work with his graphic style: a work that translates listening.
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He works in Applied Arts, in a contemporary way that combines the skills of art, design, architecture and fashion with cinema as an essential part of the Italian creative DNA.
Vice President of PalaExpo, the largest museum center in Italy, with an exhibition and performative vocation in its three locations.
Creator and curator of AIartisanal intelligence.
Curator of ROMAISON project for the enhancement of the Fashion and Costume sector in Italy.
Curator of the Fashion section of Videocittà, project by ANICA CINEMA.
Didactically directed the Academy of Costume and Fashion from 2005 to 2010.
Lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.
He taught History of Fashion Design and Research Techniques at the Academy of Costume and Fashion, at the Ludovico Quaroni Faculty of Architecture in Rome.
He collaborates with all the costume tailors in Rome with whom he has created exhibitions and projects on fashion and costume all over the world.
Consultant for curatorship and contents of Mondomostre.
Antonio Marras was born in 1961 in Alghero, Sardinia, an island that deeply marks his stylistic code, and where he continues to live.
The first pret-a-porter collection with his name dates back to 1999 and since his first experiences in fashion Marras has distinguished himself for experimentation and for mixing with art, music, dance, theater, with cinema: for him fashion is the link with other languages.
In 2003 he was appointed artistic director of Kenzo and in the following year the first Kenzo collection by Antonio Marras was presented in Paris (the fruitful collaboration ended in 2011).
Numerous forays into art, literature, poetry, and in 2001, in Bologna, he was awarded the Francesca Alinovi prize.
Parallel to his creations and presentations in the world of fashion, he realizes and participates in numerous events: the "Double plot" project, the exhibitions, "Llencols de aigua" with Maria Lai, "One plus one less" with Claudia Losi, "The Tale of form ”,“ Minyonies ”,“ We do. They watch ”with Carol Rama,“ Les funerailles de la baleine ”,“ Corps exquis ”. In 2006 the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin hosted the Antonio Marras photographic exhibition, ten years later. In 2009, on the occasion of the Salone del Mobile, he curated an exhibition entitled La Bea for Il Sole 24 Ore and at the same time they created the costumes for Luca Ronconi's show A Midsummer Night's Dream.