Angelica Bergamini – Follow the Thread

Italiano (Italian)

Cross-cultural studies and an interest in philosophy and psychology guide the artistic research of Angelica Bergamini, intersecting aesthetic and ethical values. She considers her work as a visual poem, thus conceiving art as a bridge between contemplation and action and her work as an act of meditation on the quest for balance between the inner and outer worlds. Interested in the world of the archetype and the energy that emanates from it, she questions what lies beyond the conscious mind, living her artistic research as an exploration of the reservoir of knowledge that the unconscious represents and researching the relationship between the personal and collective unconscious. She relies on imagery and practice, rather than theory, to create a connection between the unconscious and the conscious mind, in search of a holistic view of the self and the world. The choice of thread is both technical and conceptual: for “Clouds” she used a material that could evoke the visual presence of the untouchable consistency of the natural element and its mutability in the light.




Medium: Monofilament fishing line

Clouds at Chelsea Market Gallery, during the opening


Angelica Bergamini is an Italian-born visual artist and color therapist based in New York City. She spent academic years in Spain at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Granada and the Museo National Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid, graduating cum laude in Painting from the Fine Arts Academy of Florence (Italy). She has recently concluded her Master’s degree in Partnership studies and Shamanismat the University of Udine (Italy) to deepen aspects of partnership investigations (based on the work ofthe cultural historian Riane Eisler) by acquiring psychological, sociological, and anthropological foundations of traditional Shamanism. She has shown in the US, Europe, and China, including C24Gallery, Tanja Grunert, Lehman College Art Gallery, Ivy Brown, White Box, BRIC Arts Media, Photo NewYork (New York), Torrance Art Museum (Los Angeles), Chelsea Space (London), Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre (Paris), Färgfabriken (Stockholm), Pari&Dispari (Milan and Reggio Emilia) and at Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery (Hong Kong). Her latest solo show was at MuSA, Museum of Sculpture and Architecture, in Pietrasanta (Italy).


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