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Nicola Farina 

Nicola Farina was born in Monte San Vito in the province of Ancona on 01/07/1964.
He attended the Edgardo Mannucci Art Institute in Ancona and later the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata. He has always carried out an artistic activity and is a teacher of the Figurative Arts department at the Edgardo Mannucci Art School in Ancona. He has exhibited in various solo and group exhibitions. Together with the most recent ones, we remember the Marche Prize and the Salvi Sassoferrato Prize. He has also dedicated himself to competitions and commissions. 

Among the most significant works:
One of his works was acquired in the collection of the State Museum Tactile Omero of Ancona. It is entitled “Lanetarius” and, following the prize awarded by Maestro Michelangelo Pistoletto as part of the national exhibition Arte Insieme, it was designated and exhibited in 2014 at the cultural events room of the Italian Embassy in Lisbon, in collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture of Lisbon, to celebrate the Italian
semester of presidency of the EU Council. The relational work involved the collaboration of many Italian Cultural Institutes in the world. One of his own works of a religious nature commissioned by the Diocese of Ancona in 2018, was authorized by the Pontifical Council for Culture chaired by Cardinal Mons. Gianfranco Ravasi and acquired in the liturgical artistic heritage of the Vatican State. This work is an apsidal cross located in the Church of SS. Crucifix of Ancona. They wrote about it: Father Andrea Dall’Asta, Director of the San Fedele Gallery in Milan His own work entitled “Creatio Ultra Tempus et Spatium” was exhibited in 2018 at the National Archaeological Museum of the Marche in Ancona and at the Romanian Academy in Rome, on the occasion of the Trajan celebrations, and awarded the medal of the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella

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