Fine Arts (Art History)Profile:
Bedarida (b. 1979) is a New York based art historian and freelance curator
specializing in 20th century and contemporary European and American
Art. Adjunct professor at Parsons and Mannes College (The New School), he is a
lecturer at MoMA and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Raffaele has co-founded
and curated HSF, a residency program for young artists in Harlem, NY (http://www.harlemstudiony.org).
He is author of a monograph, Bepi
Romagnoni: Il Nuovo Racconto (Cinisello Balsamo: Silvana, 2005) and is
co-editor of the volume, Dennis
Oppenheim: Short-circuit (Silvana, 2007).
publications include: Afro Basaldella. The American Period (Milan: Mondadori / Electa, 2012); Prima che il Gallo Canti (Turin:
Allemandi, 2011); Susanna Pozzoli: On the Block
(Allemandi, 2010); Reuven Israel: Range
of Sorrow (Milan: Montrasio Arte, 2008), "Bourgeois? Never!" Fontana Contended in the Late 1930s (New
York: Andrea Rosen, 2008), Christo &
Jeanne Claude: Veri Cento Metri, Veri Duecento Metri (Montrasioarte, 2007),
Fontana: Attraversando la Materia (Silvana,
2006), Pizzi Cannella: Canto (Milan:
Studio Guastalla, 2005). Raffaele’s articles have appeared in art magazines and scholarly journals, including: Exibart, Arte e Critica, Cahiers
Tristan Tzara, and Oxford Art Journal.