Marco Maiolica is a screenprinter from Rome, Italy. He has been printing for six years after first learning in Forte Prenestino, a famous Roman social centre. In his city from 2012 to 2014 he was involved in various projects, such as 0stile Serigrafia Ribelle (“where art meets anarchism”); MADE IN JAIL (started in 1983 by a team of prisoners from Rebibbia jail who were taught to screenprint and then were able to sell their designs outside the prison, all profits going back into the art project for future groups and giving inmates new skills and training which they could use after their release) and Passepartout Serigrafia Ribelle (a new university-student-led project supporting political causes within Italy). At the end of 2014 he moved to Berlin to try something different and experience something new. Luck, passion and courage landed him in front of one of the city‘s most interesting artists, Txus Parras from the famous KunstHaus Tacheles, icon of street art in Berlin. This chance meeting sparked a creative fire and from that moment Marco and Txus started to collaborate. Marco is still working with Txus as part of the Tacheles Art Akademie, a travelling free-school with an anti-academic teaching method , has ran workshops at Fusion Festival 2015 -2016 and Funkhaus Berlin and exhibited in Berlin Alternative Fashion Week 2015/2016 as well as continuing with his own solo work.
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