The open calls for the residencies
of the 7th RESÒ edition are closed.

The selected artists for 2017 are:



→ Clara Madaro
→ RESÒ 7
 November-December 2017
→ Artport, Tel Aviv (Israel)

→ Federica Peyrolo
→ RESÒ 7
→ October-November 2017
→ Lugar a Dudas, Cali (Colombia)



→ Franco Ariaudo
→ RESÒ Lab 7
September 2017
BIRUCHIY contemporary
→ art project (Ukraine)

→ Alessandro Quaranta
→ RESÒ Lab 7
 December 2017
 CAIRN art center (France)


 Vanessa Sandoval C
→ RESÒ 7
→ October-November 2017
 Cittadellarte –
→ Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella

→ Lihi Turjeman
→ RESÒ 7
→ October-November 2017
 Fondazione Spinola Banna, Piorino



→ Oleksiy Sai
→ RESÒ Lab 7
 October-November 2017
 Cittadellarte –
→ Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella

→ Alina Yakubenko
→ RESÒ Lab 7
 October-November 2017
 Cittadellarte –
→ Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella

→ Rémi Groussin
 RESÒ Lab 7
→ October-November 2017
→ a.titolo, Turin



Noa Gur | Open Studio 

Tuesday, December 20, 2016, at 6:00 pm

Venue: In primo luogo, via Garibaldi 18 / via Corte d’Appello 7bis Turin

Noa Gur, in residence at a.titolo for the sixth edition of the RESO’ program, introduces her artistic research in progress emerged from a series of visits and reflections on the Egyptian Museum in Turin.

A studio conversation and a studio visit, displaying a work in progress- a result of accumulated thoughts and notions together with a research undertaken in Turin, mostly at the Egyptian Museum.
Noa Gur will present work and ideas while regarding the prospects of alienation and how these comes across within themes like the relocation of objects and subjects, labour and migration, while elaborating on the ever changing relation between body and sphere. (Noa Gur)


Noa Gur



Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna
e Contemporanea – CRT

Let’s Talk Resò 2016

Friday, November 4, 2016, 12:30-1:30 pm
Artissima Art Fair
Oval, Lingotto Fiere 
Turin, Italy

RESÒ International Network for Art Residencies and Educational Programs—established in 2010 from a shared project between contemporary art institutions in the Piedmont Region, supported by the Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea – CRT in Turin. It is a network of international art residencies, with IN (inbound) and OUT (outbound) programs.

2016 is Resò’s sixth edition. It continues its international activity with new collaborations with institutions outside of Europe and also renew some of its previous connections.

Now the network includes: Artport, in Tel Aviv (Israel) and CCAS – Canberra Contemporary Art Space, in Canberra (Australia). The partnership with Capacete, in Rio de Janeiro e Săo Paulo (Brazil), is renewed.

The inward bound program of the sixth edition is based in Pav – Parco d’arte vivente (Turin) from June to July, in Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto (Biella) and in a.titolo (Turin) from September to November.

The panel during Artissima Art Fair will be an occasion to discuss the relationship between research and residency, with artists discussing the residential experiences of the sixth edition and presenting projects by the invited artists.

Kirsten Farell (CCAS, Australia) and Noa Gur (Artport, Israel), 6th IN program residents at Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto and a.titolo – progetti per l’arte contemporanea. Both artists will be finishing their period of residence.
Giorgio Cugno (Turin) will introduce his collaboration with Biruchyi (Ukraine), for Resò Lab.

Artworks to be presented:
I am Welton Santos, reading performance by Sofia Caesar (Capacete, Brazil), sixth IN program resident in Pav – Parco Arte Vivente (Turin).

HYPERROMANTICISMO, project and publication by Mariangela Aponte (Colombia), fifthIN program resident in Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto (Biella).



Resò at Naba

Working Geographies and
Caucacola project by Giorgio Cugno

Monday, June 13 at 6 pm

Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti
Via Darwin, 20

Which can be the art’s and artists’ role in a changing geography like the one we have seen during last years?
How much does the residence affect on the artistic reasearch in this prospective?
Starting from the volume Working Geographies (Mousse Publishing) about the first four editions of the international programme RESO’, presented by the curator Lisa Parola of the collective a.titolo, the discussion will be held on declinations and incidences of the artistic practice of residence comparing different projects.
Giving shape to a strange geography that connects the northern Italian region of Piedmont, with Egypt, Brazil, India and Colombia, Working Geographies offers a set of reflections around the boundary concepts, identity and culture, in a global scenario, liquid and subject to constant interrelations and fractures.
As part of the meeting, Giorgio Cugno, artist involved in the fourth edition of RESO, will present Caucacola, an artwork made up of a cinematic installation and a sculpture created by the artist in 2014 during the residency at Lugar a Dudas, Cali, in Colombia. Recurring theme in the current research of the artist is the exploitation of raw materials such as gold or water, which become the plotline for questioning on issues such as geographical boundaries, the global economic flows, the relationship between the changes of environment and human action, the balance between work and market.
RESO’ is an international residence program for Piedmont artists, it was born in 2010 from the collaboration of major Piedmont artistic institutions and thanks to the support of the Fondazione per l’Arte Modena e Contemporanea.
The project is curated by: Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti, a.titolo,  Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea ,Città di Torino GAI, Cittadellarte Fondazione Pistoletto, Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, PAV – Parco Arte Vivente.