Rosetta Messori

Born in Modena in 1960, she lives and works in Rome. She began her career as a still photographer on numerous film sets. She worked as a free-lance for FAO Photo Library in Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Morocco, Egypt, Tunis, Turkey, and Algeria. She attended some photography courses at the Fine Arts Academy in Rome and at the ICP in N.Y. She began her research on the movement from 1988. Main exhibitions: Contemporary Art Ruhr Fair; Berlin Art Week; Milan, Royal Palace; Rome, RIF, Suburban Museum; Rome, Macro Asilo Museum; Istanbul, Tuyap’s Fair;  Pretoria, National Theatre; Genoa, Palazzo Rosso; Milan, Lattuada Gallery, Photo Festival 2016; Rome, MIBAC; Milan, Macs Mazda; Calais, Trans photographiques off 5; Rome, UnescoItalian Cultural Institute inSophia / Stockholm / Frankfurt / Malta / Cairo/ Alexandria / Damascus/ Aleppo. Rome, Farnesina, Italian Art  XXI sec; Rome, Parco della Musica; New York, Long Island University; Rome, GNAM; Main group exhibitions: Pordenone, Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery; Rome, MLAC, La Sapienza University; Beijing, National Art Museum of China; Verona, Scavi Scaligeri; Athens, Byzantine and Christian Museum; Damascus, EU Commission; Rome, Municipal Contemporary Art GalleryRai 3 tv presented her book: Mediterraneo by Skira. 
The New York Times  by Phyllis Braff  wrote : “..She seems particularly drawn to the challenges of water, trying to make its rhythms, crescendos and turbulence synchronize with the energy…”