Paula Metallo | About
Paula Metallo is an Italian American contemporary artist. Born in Syracuse, New York and lives in the Marche Region of Italy.
Italian American, artist, contemporary artist, art, contemporary art, collage, installation, Coldigioco, holes, meet, look twice, rorschach, cover uncover, art and science, take and give, simmetry, drawings
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Paula Metallo


Born in Syracuse, New York and lives in the Marche Region of Italy. She has a BFA from the State University of New York at New Paltz, and graduate studies at the Accademia delle Belle Arti, Urbino, Italy. Co-founder, of the Geological Observatory of Coldigioco, Italy, where the International Big History Association (IBHA) was established on August 20, 2010. Teacher of The Science of Aesthetics, in a 12 week Environmental Studies Program with (Associated Colleges of the Midwest) Her exhibitions include Rimanere Colpiti (Awstruck) at a Penrose Conference on climate history in Ancona (Italy). (UN)Measuring The World, with the Humboldt Museum of Natural History in Berlin. Impact Art at the Reiskrater-Museum in Nördlingen (Germany); and Aspettando Il Prossimo (Waiting for the Next One) about Italians and earthquakes, curated by Achile Bonito Oliva, Gibellina, Sicily.

In 2018 the new work is presented in a brochure for the  Big History Conference at Villanova University in Pennsylvania, titled Take and Give, it addresses North American environmental history.


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