Eugenio Tibaldi, an artist who has always been attracted by the dynamics of marginal areas, has chosen to live and work in Naples.
His works are exhibited in important public and private institutions in Italy and abroad.
Among his most important solo shows, mention should be made of Questione d’appartenenza, curated by Fabrizio Tramontano, MADRE museum, Naples, Archeologia / Contemporanea _02 –, in the Museo Archeologico Statale, Ascoli Piceno, 2013; Transit – 4, State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, 2011; – Project Room MADRE – Museo d’Arte Donnaregina, Naples, 2010. Among group shows are: 4th Tessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art; Tradition – Reversal, curated by Katerina Koskina and Yannis Bolis,Transient Space; The Tourist Syndrome, Bucharest, a curated by Irina Cios, Marina Sorbello, and Antje Weitzel, International Centre of Contemporary Art, Bucharest; Tabula Rasa: 111 days on a long table, a special project of Manifesta7, a cura di Denis Isaia, in collaboration with Raqs Media Collective, Ex Alumix, Bolzano; Laws of Relativity / La legge è relativa per tutti, curated by Anna Colin and Elena Sorokina, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin.
Since 2001 he has collaborated continuously with the Umberto di Marino gallery, Naples.
His complete work has been described in the monograph “Eugenio Tibaldi. Geografie Economiche”, edited by Sabrina Vedovotto, Maretti Editore, 2014.
He followed the advanced course of visual arts (CSAV) at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, with the Visiting Professor Marjetica Potrc; he was awarded an Affiliated Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome.