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Thursday 04 October 2018 — Thursday 04 October 2018

Belli Talk #2 Chiara Figone from Archive Books

Talking about  graphic design with the people that make it alive

Guest of this Talk: Chiara Figone from Archive Books, Berlin

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Chiara Figone was born in 1976 in Genoa. She is a Berlin-based editor, researcher, agitator, cultural producer, and editorial designer. She is the founder and artistic director of Archive – a publishing house and non-profit organization for cultural research and production – she is editor in chief of Archive Journal and associated editor of No order magazine. Since 2007 she is professor of Art Publishing and design at NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan. Among others, she has collaborated in different forms with organizations such as Arsenal Cinema, Akademie der Kunst, Arge/kunst, Dak’Art Biennale, DEPO, District, documenta 14, Cinenova, Casco, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Savvy contemporary, The Showroom, Steirischer herbst, and Tate Modern.

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About Belli Talk

“Belli Talk” is a series of events focused on contemporary graphic design, hosted and curated by Belli Gallery. With the aim of creating a direct dialogue within the design scene, we set a series of meetings that will run in parallel with the gallery exhibitions.

Talking about the field and the people that make it alive, we’ll try to figure out what’s going on in graphic design and what’s going to happen in the upcoming future. A lot of questions and just few answers about the role of the graphic designer today and its life beyond the job. Internationally known guests are invited the share their experiences, stories and secrets, from a professional, artistic and human point of view.

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