Fondazione In Between Art Film was founded by Beatrice Bulgari in 2019 with a cultural programme focused on the role of contemporary moving images and the support of international artists, institutions, and research centres exploring the dialogue between different disciplines.
The Fondazione investigates the boundaries of time-based media—film, video, performance and installation—through commissioned projects, acquisition programmes, and institutional collaborations.
The permanent research platform STILL – Studies on Moving Images was created to extend our commitment to the field of theory, building a growing archive of texts about the works in the Fondazione’s collection and the artists that we support.
Moving images are an extraordinary tool for understanding the world around us: they move us, rouse us, inform us, and make us think. Fondazione In Between Art Film’s main mission is to support the visions of artists who work across boundaries, creating new languages and overcoming the barriers between disciplines. — Beatrice Bulgari
The Fondazione furthers the work of the production company In Between Art Film which, from 2012–2019, produced video works for dOCUMENTA 14 in Kassel, the Italian Pavilion at the Biennale Arte in 2017 and 2019, Manifesta 12 in Palermo, Serpentine Galleries in London, and the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement in 2016 and 2018 in Geneva. The Fondazione’s commitment to the culture of moving images is also reflected in its support for the film programming of Museo MAXXI in Rome, Tate Modern in London, and Lo schermo dell’arte in Florence.
President: Beatrice Bulgari
Artistic Director: Alessandro Rabottini
Curators: Leonardo Bigazzi, Paola Ugolini
Project Manager: Alessia Carlino
Editor: Bianca Stoppani
Administrative Office: Simona Iandoli
Archive: Chiara Nicolini
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