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Francesca Pietropaolo

Francesca Pietropaolo is an Italian-born art historian, curator, and critic based in Venice. She is an editor-at-large for the Rail.

In Conversation

ART IS A POLITICAL OPPORTUNITY: Paolo Canevari with Francesca Pietropaolo

On the occasion of his forthcoming exhibition Odi et Amo at Galleria nazionale d’arte moderna e contemporanea in Rome (October 9 – November 7, 2010), Paolo Canevari met with art historian and curator Francesca Pietropaolo to discuss—among other things—art, superheroes, and simplicity.

In Conversation

Giuseppe Penone with Francesca Pietropaolo and Alexis Dahan

On the occasion of the exhibit Giuseppe Penone at Marian Goodman Gallery in New York, which ran from March 9 to April 17, 2021, Rail Editor-at-Large Francesca Pietropaolo and contributor Alexis Dahan held a conversation with Giuseppe Penone, discussing touch, color, the book as physical object, sculpture, poetry, animism, Man’s relationship to Nature, and much more.

In Conversation

Y.Z. KAMI with Francesca Pietropaolo

“The surface is the main thing and I believe that a painter has to invent their own surface.”

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