- Andrea Fogli

Andrea Fogli was born in Rome on December 25, 1959. He pursued classical studies and in 1983 graduated in Philosophy from “La Sapienza” University with a thesis on Alberto Savinio’s philosophy of art. He began exhibiting in 1985 with the Ugo Ferranti Gallery in Rome, with which he worked for more than 20 years.


He has had personal exhibitions Rupertinum-Museum Moderner Kunst in Salzburg (2000), at the Galleria d’Arte Moderna in Bologna (2002), both curated by Peter Weiermair, and in 2006, at the invitation of Jan Hoet, at MARTA in Herford, Germany. In 2013 an extensive anthology of his works was exhibited at the Casino dei Principi, Museums of Villa Torlonia in Rome, curated by Claudia Terenzi. In 2019 he collected works inspired by the dialogue with nature, including the drawings of the Erbario Planetario, at the MLAC in Lissone in the personal exhibition Effemeridi del Giardino” curated by Aberto Zanchetta. In 2023 he presented the entire cycle of the “Diario delle 365 figure” (2019/2022) at the Naples National Museum of Ceramics Duca di Martina in an exhibition curated by Marta Ragozzino.


Major group exhibitions in recent years include Heretics Art and Life at MART Rovereto curated by Denis Isaia (2022/23), and Disturbing Narrativies, Parkview Museum, Singapore (2019/20), Intriguing Uncertainties, Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne (2016) and Parkview Museum, Beijing (2018/19), all exhibitions curated by Lorand Hegyi. In 2013 he exhibited at the MACRO in Rome in the exhibition Portrait of a City. Art in Rome 1960-2001 and in Belgium at Middle Gate Geel ’13, the last major exhibition curated by Jan Hoet.


His works are in the Collections of various Italian and European Museums: MART, Rovereto; Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna; MARTA, Herford; MACRO, Rome; Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraicthal; Parkview Museum, Beijing/Singapore.