Sara Bonaventura

Bonaventura earned a degree on Preservation of Cultural Heritage, and a Master in Art History at Venice Ca’ Foscari University.  She teaches at Peggy Guggenheim Collection, in Venice.

Her solo exhibition “Noli Me Tangere” was curated by Kubo, and presented at the Gallery Nikola I – Museum JU, Niksic. In 2017 , she presented “Come se il colore stesse a guardarti”, curated by Ester Grossi, and presented at Adiacenze Gallery, in Bologna.

Bonaventura also participated in the Unseen Festival, the Fem Tour Truck, Festival Itinerante de Videoarte Feminista, and the Video Art Maiden Festival.


Chronoscope” by Sara Bonaventura for the #MNMF2018

Sara brings “Chronoscope” to the #MNMF2018. It is a 3 minutes video inspired by the sentence: “There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it’s going to be a butterfly”. by R. Buckminster Fuller. The main trigger for the idea was the concept behind the degrowth, focusing on sustainability. Chronoscope is apparently an entropic way to see the past, but what if the past tells us more about the future than we usually think?

Follow Sara Bonaventura on social media: @bonaventurasara


As part of the Curatorial Program #3, “Chronoscope”, by Sara Bonaventura will be at the following venues: 

 Paseo Wynwood (Miami, Oct. 10)

Concrete Space (Miami, Nov. 10-Jan. 15)

Macro Asilo, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma (Rome. Nov. 2–4)

Librería Mamey (Santo Domingo, Nov. 8)

Rome Art Week – Final Party Borgo Ripa (Rome, Oct. 27, 8pm)