Beatrice Sacco, Overlaps, 2020
Authored Articles
Federica Patera & Andrea Sbra Perego
A Double Interview
With our work, we aim to shape the creative process: what is represented is not the content of the...
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Nan Goldin: This Will Not End Well
Various Engagements / 2023–2026
Nan Goldin is known not only for her talent and visionary career, but also for her uncompromising social commitment....
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Ana Cavagna Martinez
An Interview
I could not create what I create without the constant presence of my past (my parents, family, Italy and...
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Luisa Papotti
An Interview
Art has always used new technologies making the most of their potential. These technologies bring art into an immaterial dimension.
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Rebeca Romero / A Conversation
Winner OGR Award 2023
"When you work with artefacts it is impossible not to wonder about the life they once had, the context in which they were made...
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Beatrice Sacco
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Beatrice Sacco is an artist based in Turin, Italy. After two degrees in sculpture, she decided to explore photography on her own, working with both analog and digital photography. She has also worked with engraving techniques and many different media, trying to work on sculpture unconstrained by any one material. Her practice wants to deal with the contrasts and contradictions, showing the fine line between opposites, and their intertwined connection, exploring the role of memory and the impact of violence in past and contemporary society. She has exhibited her projects and has taken part to residencies throughout Italy and Europe.

She is currently working as Associate Art Director for Artpil.

Beatrice Sacco, Overlaps, 2020
Beatrice Sacco
Artist / Art Director

Beatrice Sacco is an artist based in Turin, Italy. After two degrees in sculpture, she decided to explore photography on her own, working with both analog and digital photography. She has also worked with engraving techniques and many different media, trying to work on sculpture unconstrained by any one material. Her practice wants to deal with the contrasts and contradictions, showing the fine line between opposites, and their intertwined connection, exploring the role of memory and the impact of violence in past and contemporary society. She has exhibited her projects and has taken part to residencies throughout Italy and Europe.

She is currently working as Associate Art Director for Artpil.

Authored Articles
Federica Patera & Andrea Sbra Perego
A Double Interview
With our work, we aim to shape the creative process: what is represented is not the content of the...
+
Nan Goldin: This Will Not End Well
Various Engagements / 2023–2026
Nan Goldin is known not only for her talent and visionary career, but also for her uncompromising social commitment....
+
Ana Cavagna Martinez
An Interview
I could not create what I create without the constant presence of my past (my parents, family, Italy and...
+
Luisa Papotti
An Interview
Art has always used new technologies making the most of their potential. These technologies bring art into an immaterial dimension.
+
Rebeca Romero / A Conversation
Winner OGR Award 2023
"When you work with artefacts it is impossible not to wonder about the life they once had, the context in which they were made...
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