Michael Rocco Ruglio-Misurell is a Berlin based artist with a BFA from
The Art Institute of Boston and an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and was born in Newark, NJ.
In 2009, Ruglio-Misurell received a Fulbright Fellowship to research the history of informal architecture in Berlin since 1989.
Past residencies include Vermont Studio Center (2016),
Skowhegan (2011) and Ox-Bow (2008) and exhibitions include a solo show at Gallery 400 in Chicago (2009) and a two person show at LVL3 in Chicago (2016).
Along with Carrick Bell, Ruglio-Misurell co-runs HFPA in Berlin-Neukölln. HPFA is an artist-run project space an with the aim of providing artists, curators, and other project spaces the opportunity to extend or act outside of their existing practices.
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