1994, Milano, IT,
Camilla Alberti lives and works in Milan, where she obtained a MA in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at NABA. As a visual artist, she works on how the world is constantly constructed and inhabited, focusing on the relationships between the different living species and the surrounding space.
Solo Exhibition: Unbinding Creatures curated by Andreas Heller, Archaeology Museum Schloss Eggenberg with the support of Atelier Schillerstraße, Graz, Austria (2021); Impermanence, Camilla Alberti, Ipercubo Gallery, Milan (2020).
Recent collective exhibitions: AlterEva, Palazzo Strozzi, curated by Martino Margheri and Daria Filardo in collaboration with IED, Florence (2021); Plymouth Contemporary, KARST, UK (2021); Pittura di respiro, FL Gallery Milan (2021); Pensieri ancora possibili curated by Sofia Baldi, patronage of La Permanente, Cascinet, Milan (2020); Agli scultori giovani, Villa Necchi, Milan (2019); Swamp School, Lithuanian Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale (2018); Question on the Living, curated by Gabriela Galati, aA29 Project Room, Milan (2018). Residencies: Styria-Artist-in-Residence, Graz, Austria (2021); NAHR, Val Brembana, Bergamo (2021); Casa degli Artisti, Milan (2020/2021); Neuro_Revolution by Air Trieste, Trieste and Slovenia (2019). ArtFairs: ArtBrusselles, MLF Gallery, Brusselles (2022); Arte in Nuvola, MLZ Art Dep, Rome (2021); Parallel, MLZ Art Dep, Vienna (2021).
Special Projects: I Mangiamondo C. Alberti, Sfumature workshop dedicated to young people with autism - Palazzo Strozzi in collaboration with Associazione Autismo Florence (2022); Winner of the Public Call Cantica21. Italian Contemporary Art Everywhere - Under 35 Section promoted by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Ministry of Italian Culture (2021); selected by Hyundai Europe to produce a sculptural work for the new vehicle's #inspiredbybayon launch campaign (2021); Winner of the Gli Arazzi del Mare competition, a project by QUANTIA Italy, Agnese Cosulich and Diana Landi, curated by Artoday with the support of CNR-ISMAR Institute of Marine Sciences, Venice (2021);
Her works can be found in the following collections: Farnesina Collection, Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, Rome; Nctm per l’Arte, ADVANT Nctm curated by Gabi Scardi, Milan