NERO is an international publishing house devoted to art, criticism and contemporary culture. Founded in Rome in 2004, it publishes artists’ books, catalogs, editions and essays.

NERO explores present and future imaginaries beyond any field of specialization, format or code – as visual arts, music, philosophy, politics, aesthetics or fictional narrations – extensively investigating unconventional perspectives and provocative outlooks to decipher the essence of this ever changing reality.

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NERO
Lungotevere degli Artigiani 8/b
00153 – Rome
Italy
+390697271252
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Distribution:

BELGIUM, FRANCE, LUXEMBOURG, SWITZERLAND, CANADA – Les presses du réel
UNITED KINGDOM – Art Data
NETHERLANDS, GERMANY, AUSTRIA AND ALL OTHER COUNTRIES – Idea Books

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Heads of Content:
Valerio Mannucci, Lorenzo Micheli Gigotti

Creative Director:
Francesco de Figueiredo

Editor at large:
Luca Lo Pinto

Editors:
Clara Ciccioni, Carolina Feliziani, Tijana Mamula, Valerio Mattioli, Corrado Melluso

News Editor:
Giulia Crispiani

Designers:
Elisa Chieruzzi, Lorenzo Curatola, Lola Giffard-Bouvier

Administration and Production:
Linda Lazzaro

Distribution:
Davide Francalanci

Dora García

is an artist, teacher and researcher who draws on interactivity and performance in her work, using the exhibition as a platform to investigate the relationship between artwork, audience, and place. Her work deals with issues related to community and individuality in contemporary society, exploring the political potential of marginal positions, paying homage to eccentric characters and antiheroes, such as The Deviant Majority (2010), The Joycean Society (2013) and Segunda Vez (2018). Dora García has participated in numerous international art exhibitions, including Münster Sculpture Projects (2007), Venice Biennial (2011, 2013, 2015), São Paulo Biennial (2010), dOCUMENTA 13 (2012), and others. She is currently working on the film project Amor Rojo, on Marxist feminist Alexandra Kollontai and the impact of her legacy on Third-World, intersectional feminism.

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