Andrea Cozzi studied Fine Arts and Stage Design at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. His recent works as stage designer are Don Pasquale at Opéra Montpellier (2019), Turandot, Un ballo in Maschera at Staatstheater Darmstadt (2018), Julie und Jean at Neue Oper Wien (2018), Cosí fan tutte at Kammmeroper Wien (2018), Secondhand-Zeit at Thalia Theater Hamburg (2017), The impossible Vastness at Kampnagel Hamburg (2017), Digging at National Theatre of Macedonia Skopje (2017), My personal Tschernobyl at Festival 86 Slavutych (2017), Gianni Schicchi / Goyescas at Theatre Regensburg (2016), Bluebeard´s Castle at German National Theatre Weimar (2013), Le Grand Macabre at Neue Oper Wien (2012) and Giuditta at Neue Studiobühne Wien (2011).
2017 he won, together with Director Valentin Schwarz, the main prize and five special awards during the international competition for Opera Stage Direction and Stage Design Ring Award in Graz.
Recent public presentation of his video work and performances include screenings and exhibitions at Triennale di Milano (2017); Museum of Applied Arts Vienna (2016); La Biennale di Venezia (2016); Galleria Massimodeluca Venice (2016), Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro Milan (2016), Slade School of Fine Arts London (2015), Thalia Theater, Hamburg and Imperial Hofburg, Innsbruck (2015); Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2014); and Sím Gallery, Reykjavík (2012). He lives and works in Vienna.
Engagements in Bayreuth
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