top 10 photographs for l’EXPRESS, from the 2017 edition of Paris Photos and Fotofever includes Simona Rota’s work / Les 10 meilleurs clichés de Guillaume Crouzet pour l’EXPRESS, de cette saison de Paris Photo et de Fotofever, incluent le travail de Simona Rota:
“J’ai beaucoup aimé aussi le travail de Simona Rota. Son portfolio Instant Village vaut le coup d’oeil, mais il y avait aussi ce petit format (13X18) à seulement 200€ , qui résume bien son talent de cadrage.” ( “ I loved Simona Rota’s work too. Her series Instant Village is worth to look at and there was also this small frames (13 x 18) at only 200 €, which show well her composition talent”)
Taking part at the 2017 edition of Fotofever Paris, in
Art Deal Project’s booth number 309, 10-11.11.2017
Simona Rota‘s photos from her survey on Soviet Modernism in the ex-Sovietic Republics are included in this book, published by Park Books (716 pages, ISBN 978-3-03860-075-6). The book is the catalog of upcoming exhibition “SOS Brutalism. Save the Concrete Monsters!” , the first-ever global survey of the Brutalist architecture of the 1950s to 1970s to be opened at Deutsches Architekturmuseum on November 8, 2017, at 7pm
Factoría Cultural Matadero Madrid, designed by Ángel Borrego Cubero, is featured in On Diseño #365/2017, on the cover and interior pages.
Today, April 6 through May 14, 2017, at
Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, opens the exhibition “Salto de página. El libro de artista en el siglo XXI”, which includes “Ostalgia” by Simona Rota, published in 2013 by Fabulatorio and Sala Kursala.
On February 23, 2017, lecture by Simona Rota, at Escuela de Arquitectura de Valencia, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, within AULAhna.
Factoría Cultural Matadero Madrid designed by Ángel Borrego Cubero, is featured Bauwelt #35, 09-10/2016 “Die Produktive Stadt” p. 62-63, with photos by Simona Rota.
Instant Village by Simona Rota is part of the group exhibition “Satellites and Aliens. Exploding Cities” at Centro de Arte Contemporaneo de Quito, Ecuador.
Dates: 29 sept – 23 oct 2016, curated by Anke Schluensen-Rico.
Works by: Alejandro Olivares (Chile, photo); Anderson Barbosa (Brazil, photo); Gonzalo Vargas (Ecuador, photo), Manuela Conti (Italy, photo), Miguel Ferraz (Germany, photo), Nuno Cera (Portugal, photo), Peter Bauza (Germany, photo), Renaud Guillonnet (France, photo), Roman Bxzjak (Slovenia, photo), Simona Rota (Romania, photo), Ogino Knauss: Manuela Conti y Lorenzo Tripodi (Italy, vídeo), Urban-Think Tank PRO (Switzerland, vídeo), Francesco Jodice (Italy, vídeo), Nadav Kander (UK, documentary)
One photograph from the series “Big Exit” by Simona Rota is the image of the exhibition titled:
“Am Ende: Architektur. Zeitreisen 1959 – 2019 // In the End: Architecture. Journeys through Time 1959 – 2019” to be held between 06.10.2016 – 20.03.2017 at the Az W Architekturzentrum Wien
Photo by Simona Rota from the series Big Exit
Photo by Simona Rota on the cover of the Italian magazine
AREA, July-Aug/2016. The building is the Church in La Laguna designed by architect Fernando Menis
Photo by Simona Rota on the cover of AREA