Flavio Favelli (Florence, 1967), after graduating in Eastern History at the University of Bologna, takes part in the Link Project (1995-2001).
He has exhibited with personal projects at MAXXI in Rome, at the Pecci Art Center in Prato, at the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin, at the Maison Rouge in Paris and at the 176 Projectspace in London. He took part in the Italics exhibition at Palazzo Grassi in 2008 and at two Venice Biennials: the 50th (Clandestini, curated by F. Bonami) and the 55th (Italian Pavilion curated by B. Pietromarchi). In 2008 he created the Waiting Room, a permanent environment in the Monumental Cemetery of the Certosa di Bologna that welcomes the celebration of secular funerals. In 2015, the opera Gli Angeli degli Eroi was chosen by the Quirinale to commemorate the soldiers who fell on the anniversary of 4 November. In 2017, the Imperial Series project won the second edition of the Italian Council call. In 2019 he holds the personal exhibition “Il inverse beauty” at Ca ’Rezzonico, one of the museums of the Fondazione Musei Civici in Venice, and artist book Bologna la Rossa published by Corraini Edizioni is published.
He has been writing for La Repubblica for the Bologna edition since 2014.