MARGHERITA MOSCARDINI is an Italian artist who investigates the relationships between transformational processes in the urban, social and natural orders of specific geographies. Her practice favours long-term projects developed through large-scale works, drawings, writings, scale models, and video-documents.
Her projects include Istanbul City Hills_On the Natural History ofDispersion and States of Aggregation which was carried out in Turkey during 2013; 1XUnknown (1942-2018, to Fortress Europe with Love), developed between 2012 and 2018 across the European Atlantic coast and The Fountains of Za’atari (2016, ongoing) starting from Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan.

Her work has been presented through lectures and exhibitions in different venues such as Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University New York; ISCP and SVA, New York (USA); SongEun ArtSpace and MMCA, Seoul (South Korea); Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia; MAMbo museum, Bologna; Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, MAXXI museum and MACRO museum, Roma; MADRE museum Napoli (Italy).

Margherita Moscardini obtained a BA, Academy Fine Arts Bologna, Italy and she attended the XIV ACVA Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, with Yona Friedman. She has been research fellow 2015, Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University, New York, USA.


Artist Portfolio (PDF)