THE SCENOGRAPHER presents
A monograph dedicated to the set designer MARGHERITA PALLI, curated by the theatrical critic,
artistic director and theatrical organizer ANTONIO CALBI.
Margherita Palli collaborates with Luca Ronconi since 1984, creating sets for many of his shows and following him nationally and internationally in his work, from the Venice Biennial to Milan’s Piccolo and Scala theatre, from the Rome Theater to the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Salzburg Festival, Bruxelles Monnaie, Zurich, Greek Theater in Siracusa and Tokyo’s NNT… She has collaborates with directors: Mauro Avogadro, Andrea Barzini, Franco Branciaroli, Henning Brockhaus, Liliana Cavani, Daniel Ezarlow, Cesare Lievi,Valter Malosti, Mario Martone, Molteni-Marelli, Leo Muscato, Yang Jiang, Carmelo Rifici, Aleksandr Sokurov.
Implements and designs art exhibitions and installations in collaboration with Italo Rota and Luca Ronconi. Upon graduating from Brera Art Academy, she works in installation and theater with Alik Cavaliere and Gae Aulenti. She has won many prizes, among which – for six times – the Ubu., Abbiati, Gassman and ETI Prizes, the Theater Olympics, the National Association of Theater Critics Prize. In 2007 she entered the Guinness of Records by creating the largest wall of screens in the world.
Teaching since 1991; she is Director of the Set Design Triennium at the New Academy of Fine Arts Milan (NABA) and Professor at IUAV University, Venice in the Art and Design faculty.
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