FRI 7 KL1900- THE MAN WHO STOLE BANKSY WITH CHRISTIAN OMODEO (IT/FR)
Christian Omodeo (IT/FR) is a freelance curator and bookseller based in Paris, where he runs Le Grand Jeu, an agency, bookstore and documentation center devoted to street cultures.
He is co-writer of the 2018 film, The Man Who Stole Banksy and will be introducing an exclusive screening of the film and hosting a post film Q&A.
He worked at the National Institute of History of Art from 2005 to 2010 on the “Directory of Italian paintings in French public collections (XIII-XIX centuries).” In parallel, he prepared a doctoral thesis on the painter Vincenzo Camuccini (1771-1844), supported in 2011 at the Paris-Sorbonne University under the direction of Barthélémy Jobert. From 2010-2012, he taught at the University of Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, before collaborating in 2013 with the Fesch Museum of Ajaccio in the exhibition project “The Roman people of the Republic in the first unit : between myth and history.”
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Mike Watson (UK) (PhD Goldsmiths College) is a theorist, critic and curator who is principally focused on the relation between art, new media and politics.
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Christian Omodeo is a freelance curator and bookseller based in Paris, where he runs Le Grand Jeu, an agency, bookstore and documentation center devoted to street...
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