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Me, Family

Mudam, Luxembourg Curated by Francesco Bonami, Emanuela Mazzonis and Luigi Alberto Cippini Oct 26 – Mar 21, 2020       Work shown: Riccardo Uncut

Riccardo Uncut at Mudam

Excited that our work “Riccardo Uncut” is part of “Me, Family“, at Mudam, Luxembourg, curated by Francesco Bonami. Drawing inspiration from the iconic exhibition “The Family of Man” by Edward Steichen, “Me, Family” addresses issues that relate to the flow of information and data in our globalized society. The project is intended as a portrait […]

What Has Been Seen

Fondation Phi pour l’art contemporain, Montreal Nov 7, 2019 – Mar 15, 2020                                                                                     […]

“Riccardo Uncut” at Team Gallery

For “Data Doubles” on view Team Gallery, Los Angeles, we are showing for the fist time “Riccardo Uncut”. In October 2017, we posted an open call online: individuals could apply to sell their entire personal archive of smartphone photos for $1,000. The resulting work is a 87 minutes slideshow comprising some 3,000 images and videos; […]

Data Doubles

Team Gallery, Los Angeles May 12 – Jun 23, 2019                                                                               Works shown: Personal Photographs, Ceiling Cat, […]

Whitney Museum of American Art

Artport Commission, Online May 2018 – Present     Work shown: Riccardo Uncut  

This Artist Duo Paid a Man $1,000

Nice article about Riccardo Uncut on Artsy: “This Artist Duo Paid a Man $1,000 for His Smartphone Photos—and Turned Them into an Artwork“, thanks Scott Indrisek!

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New work “Riccardo Uncut” commissioned by the Whitney Museum

Our new piece “Riccardo Uncut”, commissioned by the Whitney Museum, is public!!! It’s the result of a call we posted on social media to buy someone’s phone and turn all photos and videos into an art project – an uncut and uncensored portrait of someone’s life. Thank you Christiane Paul!