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The UniCredit Art Collection is a living and growing resource with treasures that reflect our Group's pan-European identity. One of the artists present in our collection is Ruth Beraha who spoke to us about her work and the power of imagination beyond the automatisms of perception and the seen. 

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The UniCredit Art Collection is one of the largest corporate collections in Europe, comprising tens of thousands of different assets, from ancient archaeological finds to classical and contemporary works of art. Our Collection is the result of the artistic choices and passion for art that has always characterised UniCredit. 


We have paid special attention to promoting young and emerging artists from the countries where our Group is present, increasing the presence of contemporary works of art in the Collection. 


We want to make art accessible to an ever wider public, so we asked some artists to tell us and explain what art is? What does it represent for them?

Art in general, but specifically my own work, should never provide definite answers but Instead raise questions.

Ruth Beraha

Born in Milan in 1986, Ruth Beraha lives and works in Bologna.  

She graduated in Art History at the State University of Milan and then attended the Bezael Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.

In 2014, she returned to Milan, where she specialised with Nicola Setari in Visual and Curatorial Arts at the NABA.

Ruth is a multidisciplinary artist who analyses the breakdown of the certainties on which we base our experience of the world.  She researches the power of imagination beyond the automatisms of perception and the seen.

Discover more about Ruth Beraha on the UniCredit Art Collection website. Ruth Beraha | UniCredit Art Collection

You can read the previous article on Francesco Jodice here.