Music plays in the distance, melancholic Latin music; someone has passed by this house, we aren’t meant to know who, perhaps because time doesn’t exist down there. The presences are dreamlike, unconscious, they’re stories that continue in an undefined area between past and present.
With the exhibition of Marco Ceroni GALLLERIAPIÙ turns itself into an exploded urban space where decontextualized and manipulated objects and fragments of reality amplify the imaginative potential of seemingly inert details of everyday life. Interacting with semantic vacuum gaps that show the artificiality of our environment,
Ginevra Grigolo’s Studio G7 gallery opens on October 13, 1973 in a receptive and bursting Bologna, not yet aligned, above all at the institutional level, with the most up-to-date contemporary debate that at that time found space only in big cities and in a limited number of magazines difficult to find even for the insiders.
The long and successful collaboration between Ann Veronica Janssens and the IAC, gives voice to the actual exhibition, curated by the director Nathalie Ergino, opening-up, during the time of the exhibition, to the theoretical-artistic debate with interest in discussing the psycho-perceptive experience of the human in relation to the cosmos, such as for space L’Espace […]
Trajectory is the title chosen for Yorgos Stamkopoulos (1983 Katerini, Greece) solo exhibition, a site specific, unique and unrepeatable installation designed and made exclusively for Mario Iannelli Gallery in Rome. A work in which the viewer, at first greeted by pleasant tones,
Among the most important European sculptors of his generation but still not adequately known in our country, Peter Buggenhout (Dendermonde, 1963) arrives in Bologna with The Blind Leading the Blind, his first Italian solo show promoted by Banca di Bologna and curated by Simone Menegoi.
Breakers suspended in a synthetic horizon. This could be one of the possible definitions of Situations, the first exhibition of Kisho Suga made outside Japan, in the spaces of Pirelli HangarBicocca, in Milan. Here, organic and artificial contrast and blend with the immense industrial space, where we feel all the roughness of Post-Minimalism crossed by […]
Janet Echelman is an American artist, her environmental sculptures respond to the natural forces – wind, water and electricity – often becoming focal points for civic life. In the exploration of the potential of different materials, from fishing nets to atomized water particles, Echelman combines ancient know-how with the new technologies.