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Agnese Reginaldo (after Franco Pinna)
Untitled from Franco Pinna's Prostitute al Mandrione, Roma 1956 (contract sheets) 
Eco solvent ink print on aluminium back polyester
70 x 50cm (unframed)

Edition of 10 + 1AP, numbered and signed by the artist

Copyright Archivio Franco Pinna, Roma, 2021

Agnese Reginaldo is a researcher, curator and art educator whose work focuses on the intersection between art and social sciences. She works in collaboration with artists, academics, and galleries as well as with bigger organizations, with the aim of creating a more effective connection between the audience and contemporary art through workshops, writings and other types of public engagement activities.

Agnese holds a degree in history of art from the University Federico II in Naples, between 2012 and 2019 she has lived and worked in London and currently is based in Germany

Her recent works include: Losing touch and Sex work through the ages, both written for Wellcome Collection (2021, London). Here, she also led workshops such as Love for sale and Dance of dead tour (2020, London). She has been guest lecturing at Chelsea College of Art to talk about how to curate public engagement (2019, London). In addition, Agnese curated the public programme for the exhibition Blood and Bones: Living with cancer at the UCHL (2018, London).

Agnese won the Fideuram Research Fellowship at CASTRO.

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