Andrea d’Amore was born in Livorno. He graduated in Literature and Philosophy in Florence, at the same time he did different experiences of cooking and making art. His practice today fuses experiences of dialogue, sharing, hospitality, cooking and convivio to create atmospheres.
Among the various exhibitions: EX3 Center for Contemporary Art, Florence; Luigi Pecci Contemporary Art Center, Prato; Villa Romana, Florence; Carico Massimo, Livorno; Macn, Monsummano Terme; Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan; Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, Berlin. Among other publications: Videoart Yearbook 2010. Among the various festivals: Kinotavr, Sochi, Russia; Fabbrica Europa, Florence; Exhibitalia, Art Basel, Miami and Mahalla Biennial Festival of Istanbul. He participated in the art residences: Traffic Festival delle anime gentili, S. Lorenzo in Campo (PU); Sponz festival, Calitri (AV); Guilmi Art Project,(CH).
#thanksforsmelling, experiental art work. Balon border, Torino.
Performance with and for Jeremiah Day in his If It’s For The People, It Needs To Be Beautiful, She Said. Villa Romana Firenze.
cooking a place, On Air, curate by Massimo Ricciardo, Montenero, LI.
cooking a place, On Air, curate by Massimo Ricciardo, Casentino, AR.
There are several different houses, performance with and for Jeremiah Day, PARC performance art research centre, Firenze.
Spontanea, experiential art work. Cantiere Toscana, Centro Pecci Prato.
Spontanea, experiential art work. Cantiere Toscana, Fondazione Jorio Vivarelli, La casa di Gello Agrabah, Pistoia.
Detrito, lecture, “Arte e design. Al confine tra opera e oggetto”, curated by Francesca Tosi and Giacomo Bazzani, Designe Campus Firenze.
Ventre e fuoco, experiential art work, Traffic. Festival delle anime gentili, San Lorenzo in Campo (Pesaro-Urbino).
Gli assi cartesiani cartesiani e il fuoco, lecture performance with Andrea Calzolari, Villa Romana, Firenze.
Focolaio, Appendice d’artista #9 (Uriel Orlow), Villa Romana Firenze.