First Name:Matteo
Last Name:Bertele'
Affiliation:Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Position:Post-doc researcher
Research Interests:
  • Performance Art
  • Action Art
  • Conceptual Art
  • Exhibtion Practice
  • Archives / Archiving
  • Public Art
  • Installation
Important publications:Reaction as an Art Practice. The Art and Life of Valera Cherkashin in the Sixties, in Shared Practices: The Intertwinement of the Arts in the Culture of Socialist Eastern Europe, ed. Anu Allas, “Proceedings of the Art Museum of Estonia”, 6 (11), Tallinn: Art Museum of Estonia, 2016; ZKK Rereading. La nuova arte sovietica: una prospettiva non ufficiale, eds. Matteo Bertelé, Sandra Frimmel, Zürich, Edition Schublade, 2014, ISBN 978-3-906305-00-4; Between Barbarians and Cosmopolitans. Russia in Venice, 1895-1914; From Stateless Pavilion to Abandoned Pavilion. Russia and the Soviet Union in Venice, 1920-1942, in Russian Artists at the Venice Biennale, 1895-2013, edited by Nikolai Molok, Moskva, Stella Art Foundation, 2013, pp. 32-43, pp. 44-53, ISBN 978-5-904652-06-7; Francisco Infante/Nonna Goriunova: Artifacts, ed. Matteo Bertelé, exh. cat. (Ca' Foscari University of Venice, 28 August – 6 October 2012), Crocetta del Montello, Terra Ferma, 2012, ISBN 978-88-6322-187-9; Farewell Lenin – Good Bye Nikolai: Two Attitudes Towards Soviet Heritage in Former East Berlin, in Art and politics: case studies from Eastern Europe, edited by Linara Dovydaityte, “Meno istorija ir kritika - Art History & Criticism”, 2007, n. 3, pp. 192-199, ISSN 1822-4555.