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Resò is the international art residency program for Piedmont.
Born in 2010 from collaboration between the leading Piedmontes
institutions for contemporary art and education, the platform
is supported and promoted by Fondazione per l'Arte Moderna
e Contemporanea CRT.

Resò is spelled phonetically from the french word réseau,
meaning network, and it focuses on the territory’s resources,
cultural as well as social and artistic: a network of support
for creative production in and with the region of Piedmont.
In fact Resò grows from a collaboration that, for the first time,
brings together many of the major contemporary art institutions
in Piedmont : 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, Eco e Narciso

with the collaboration of foreign institutions based
in Cairo (Egypt), New Delhi (India), Cali (Colombia).

The international network supports the idea of artistic activity
understood as social and cultural exchange, in order to transform
art spaces into places of encounter and engagement.

Resò is articulated in IN and OUT programs of international
residencies to promote overall the mobility of artists.

In the sixth year of its activity Resò broadens the network,
welcoming institutions based in Canberra (Australia),
Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo (Brazil) and Tel Aviv (Israel).

Resò 1 (2010-2011)
IN program: UNIDEE – University of Ideas at Cittadellarte,
Biella hosts the Egyptian artist Magdi Mostafa.
Fondazione Spinola Banna per l' Arte, Poirino hosts the Egyptian
Amsterdam-based artist Dina Danish.
PAV – Parco Arte Vivente, Turin hosts the Brazilian artist Amilcar Packer.
OUT program: Townhouse Gallery, Cairo hosts the Italian
artist Alessandro Quaranta.
Capacete, Rio de Janeiro and San Paulo hosts the Italian artists
Irene Pittatore and Francesca Macrì and Italian artist Paola Anzichè.

Resò 2 (2011-2012)
IN program: UNIDEE – University of Ideas at Cittadellarte,
Biella hosts the Indian artist Sunil Vallu.
CeSAC, Caraglio hosts the Egyptian artist Jasmina Metwaly.
Eco e Narciso, Turin hosts the Brazilian artist Beto Shwafaty.
OUT program: Khoj International Artists' Association,
New Delhi hosts the Italian- London based Ottavia Castellina.
Townhouse Gallery, Cairo hosts the Italian Rotterdam-based Eva Frapiccini.
Capacete, Rio de Janeiro and San Paulo hosts the Italian
filmmakers Massimiliano and Gianluca De Serio.

Resò 3 (2013)
IN program: Fondazione Spinola Banna per l' Arte, Poirino
hosts the Egyptian artists Malak Helmi e Nida Ghouse.
PAV – Parco Arte Vivente, Turin hosts the Indian Frameworks Collective.
OUT program: Khoj International Artists' Association hosts the
Italian artist Franco Ariaudo.
Lugar a dudas, Cali hosts the Italian artist Cosimo Veneziano.
Townhouse Gallery, Cairo hosts the Italian based artist Fatma Bucak.

Resò 4 (2014)
IN program: Unidee – University of Ideas at Cittadellarte,
Biella hosts the Colombian artist Santiago Reyes Villaveces.
OUT program: Lugar a dudas, Cali hosts the Italian artist Giorgio Cugno.

Resò 5 (2015)
IN program: Unidee – University of Ideas at Cittadellarte, Biella
hosts the Colombian artist Mariangela Aponte and the
Egyptian artist Muhammad Taymour.
OUT program: Lugar a dudas, Cali hosts the Italian
curator Marianna Orlotti.
Townhouse Gallery, Cairo hosts the Italian artists
Mattia Macchieraldo e Flavio Palasciano.

Each artist is selected by a committee representing the institutions involved.
The six/nine weeks-long residency programs are designed by the curators
of each institution according to the artists' researches and interests.
They are introduced to the local art scene through a series of meetings,
studio visits and talks.

At the end of the program the Resò resident artists are encouraged –
but not constrained – to produce artworks that reflect on the current
definitions of learning, of knowledge and of community and practice,
giving back his/her personal sight on the territory and on the residency
they experienced.









June 13, 6 pm at NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan Presentation of the book: Working Geographies. RESÒ International Art Exchange Residency Program (Mousse Publishing) together with the art project Caucacola by Giorgio Cugno, 4th edition of RESÒ OUT program in Colombia. READ MORE
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CAMPO 2015

CAMPO is a programme
for young Italian curators.
It is a specialized post-
graduate course that offers
theoretical knowledge
in the field of Curatorial
Studies, as well as
providing direct experience
in the functioning of a
museum and a wide
knowledge of the
contemporary art scene in
Italy, thanks to the travel
residency formula.
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Giorgio Cugno, Caucacola, Colombia 2014. Installation composed of: Coca-Cola made with Rio Cauca water, aluminium
can of coke painted with permanent black ink, 11,5 x 5,5 cm; video, Redcode Raw, Dcp file 4K, 5’
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	Franco Ariaudo 	Fatma Bucak 	Frame Works  	Collective
	Santiago Reyes Villaveces 	Giorgio Cugno
	Marianna Arlotti 	Mattia Macchieraldo 	and Flavio Palasc
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Friday November 6, 2015
Meeting Point, Oval Lingotto, Turin

Talk at Artissima for the launch of the book Working Geographies
RESÒ International Art Exchange Residency Program with the
participation of:
Fulvio Gianaria, Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna
e Contemporanea – CRT; William Wells, Director Townhouse
Gallery
; Paolo Naldini, Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto Onlus.

Moderator: Lisa Parola/a.titolo
(curator of CESAC and Resò 5 coordinator)

Press release
Giorgio Cugno, Caucacola,
Colombia 2014
SOUVENIRS Let’s Talk RESÒ 5 and RESÒ/LAB at ARTISSIMA 22
Sunday November 8, 2015
Oval Lingotto, ZonArte Space, Turin

ZonArte hosted the talk of the artists who participated in the RESÒ’s
fifth edition, and those involved in
RESÒ /LAB 2015.

Event Coordinated by Cecilia Guida, Cittadellarte – Fondazione
Pistoletto Onlus;
Massimo Melotti, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte
Contemporanea;
Lisa Parola, CESAC and Resò 5 coordinator.

Photo by Juan Sandoval