By Center for Italian Modern Art
CIMA opens its unique and intimate setting to artists, students, and others interested in trying their hand at studying works from the Marino Marini: Arcadian Nudes exhibition through drawing — interacting with, analyzing, and drawing inspiration from the sculptor’s work.
Materials will be provided and all skill levels are welcome!
Beatrice Scaccia is a visual artist and writer living and working in New York City. Originally from Italy, Scaccia studied Fine Art at the Fine Art Academy in Rome and Writing at the Minimum Fax Editor (Rome) and the Holden School (Turin). In 2006 she co- founded the non-profit art space INART with renowned artist Gino Marotta, where she was the Director and educator for five years. Scaccia’s practice has long been an amalgamation of the written word and visual language.
Typically large in scale, Scaccia’s work has consisted of drawings, paintings, animations and immersive installations.
Her drawings are part of many important private and public collections, included The William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation and the Portland Museum of Art.
She has been featured on Artnet News, Flash Art, The Art Newspaper, Domus, Marie Claire, Arte Mondadori, Drome Magazine, InsideArt, Art Fuse, Sole24Ore, Exibart, Atribune, Espoarte, Elle Decor Culture.
6pm – Registration and exhibition viewing
6:10pm – Introduction by Beatrice Scaccia
6:30-7:30pm – Drawing in CIMA’s galleries
7:30pm – Discussion
8pm – Evening concludes
For more information visit the CIMA event page.