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roberto ceccarelli
( Italy )



roberto ceccarelli

Roberto Ceccarelli was born in 1970 in Canneto Sabino, a small town thirty miles from Rome, where he still lives and works.
He follows a high school diploma at the Liceo Scientifico Statale in Poggio Mireto (Italy), and later a degree in architecture from La Sapienza University in Rome.
He has always accompanied the freelance work in architecture, practiced mainly in the suburban area north of Rome, with art activities in various fields.
He fulfills his first artistic experiences with the "Teatro Potlach" of Fara in Sabina (Italy), engaged in the set construction for a lot of artistic events: the TV show "Jeux sans frontières" (1990 in Turin, Italy); the multimedia art project "Invisible Cities" (1991 Fara in Sabina, italy; 1993 Agropoli, Italy; 1993 Liverpool, UK).
In 1991, in the context of "Toscana delle culture"  in Castiglione della Pescaia (Italy), he accomplish the set  design and construction of urban installation (with the architects D. Arcomanno, S. Battista, F. Cannatelli, G. Gentile) .
In 2001 he spent nearly three months around the Syria, as a draftsman in the archaeological mission "Euphrate" of Palermo University  (thanks to his sister Alessandra, archaeologist).
In 2002 he founded the architectural study "Kublai progettisti associati" (with A. Coan and B. Di Giulio), wich  will live for a year, accomplishing in Rome a photo exhibition on archaeological missions in Syria sponsored by the Palermo University  and inaugurated by the ambassador of in Italy.
In the period between 2002 and 2007 he almost suspended the artistic activity, because of intense engagement in freelance activity in construction, interior-design, planning and technical expertise to a government office.
Since 2007 he's overlapping the architectural works with an extensive testing in the photographic techniques and technologies, without despising the use of low-quality tools and methods of cross-processing, in an attempt to produce some new interpretations of subjects, objects and expressive shapes of contemporary reportage.


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