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Artpil is seeking to expand the team. From contributors to freelance individuals in Italy, and beyond, whether you are a writer, photographer, designer, art director, we want to hear from you.

The positions of Creative Assistant & Creative Intern in Turin/Torino are currently closed.

However, Artpil is always seeking to work with individuals and organizations to collaborate in the following areas:

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Independent contracts, freelance positions, and remote collaborations.

  • Adrián Balseca: Routing Rubber
    Jan 19 – Mar 30, 2024
    Canal Projects
    New York, USA

    ROUTING RUBBER (January 19th – March 30th, 2024), showcases Ecuadorian artist Adrián Balseca’s (Quito, b. 1989) research on the plantation rubber industry in the Amazon. Produced on black and white, 16mm film, The Skin of Labour (2016) and its accompanying archive, provide a historical revision of the Amazon’s rubber boom, which saw its highest production from the years 1879 to 1912. Through the project, Balseca challenges the idea of the Amazon as a natural horizon, centering this territory as the origin of industrial modernity. (more…)

  • Camilo Godoy: renacemos a cada instante
    Jan 1 – Feb 29, 2024
    New Museum
    New York, USA

    As the New Museum’s 2023–24 Artist-in-Residence, Camilo Godoy will create a performance exploring movement, breathing, and mourning practices. The title of his residency is borrowed from an embroidered work made by the queer Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión in 1995, the year before he died of AIDS-related complications. Godoy adjusts Centurión’s title Renazco a cada instante (I am reborn at every moment) to renacemos a cada instante (we are reborn at every moment) to emphasize collective celebrations of life and death. (more…)

  • Emilio Prini: …E Prini
    Oct 27, 2023 – Mar 31, 2024
    Rome, Italy

    …E Prini is the most extensive exhibition ever dedicated to the work of Emilio Prini (Stresa, 1943 – Rome, 2016). Comprising of over 250 works, the exhibition project, realized in collaboration with the Archivio Emilio Prini, is conceived according to a chronological path which spans fifty years, from 1966 to 2016, to reconstruct the work of one of Italy’s most complex and enigmatic artistic figures from the recent past, whose work has not been fully surveyed to this day. (more…)