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Artwork of the Month / November 2022

Listening to the Moon Glenda León Installation view at the Aichi Triennale 2022 ©︎ Aichi Triennale Organizing Committee, Photo: ToLoLo studio Courtesy of Estudio Glenda León 2020 Drums: leather, wood 31 x 15,5 x 9 cm; 31 x 15,5 x 9 cm; 31 x 19 x 9 cm; 31 x 23 x 9 cm; 31… (read more)

Artwork of the Month / May 2021

The Pillars of the Earth Virginia Zanetti 2021 print on Canson Baryta 100 cm x 150 cm Edition of 5 + 1 print in 180 cm x 270 cm Virginia Zanetti’s photo “The Pillars of the Earth” is part of an ongoing series with the same name, started in 2016 in India. As in other… (read more)

Märztage (March days) – A Fukushima Memorial as Video-Performance

11 – 24 March 2021 (still available) www.maerztage2011.org On 11th March 2011, a triple catastrophe stroke Japan: First, the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in Japan had shaken the region of Tōhoku, followed by a terrible tsunami. The huge waves met the six reactors of the nuclear power plant of Fukushima. Subsequently nuclear meltdown took… (read more)

2020 revisited

  The year 2020 was also in the cultural sector very different from all the other years. After a traditional start in January and February, exhibitions, art fairs and many other art events had been postponed, cancelled or relocated into the virtual space. Still, there were some real exhibitions. Moreover, we presented artist books and… (read more)

Artwork of the Month / May 2020

Au Coucher du soleil – At Sunset (short version) Patricia Jacomella Bonola 2018 Video (Single-channel digital, colour, sound) 10’ 07’’ Courtesy of the artist   Patricia Jacomella Bonola’s video “Au Coucher du soleil” (At Sunset) is the time lapse version of a film with the same name, with a duration of 1 hour, 9 minutes… (read more)

Exhibition: Moataz Nasr – Paradise Lost

Galleria Continua Via del Castello 11, San Gimignano https://galleriacontinua.com 28 September 2019 – 6 January 2020   The solo exhibition “Paradise Lost” by Moataz Nasr, curated by Simon Njami carries us into an oriental world in a transition stage between tradition and modernity. Composed by oeuvres in different media, it shows the large range of… (read more)

Exhibition: Mondi Migliori (Better Worlds)

Agnese Purgatorio & Francesco Di Giovanni   MLB Maria Livia Brunelli Gallery Corso Ercole I d’Este 3, Ferrara, Italy www.mlbgallery.com in cooperation with Podbielski Contemporary (Milan) www.podbielskicontemporary.com 4 October – 16 November 2019   For the double personal exhibition “Mondi Migliori” the MLB Home Gallery and Podbielski Contemporary has selected two artists, who questioned earlier… (read more)

Exhibition: Christian Jankowski – Where do we go from here?

Galleria Enrico Astuni Via Iacopo Barozzi 3, Bologna www.galleriaastuni.net 25 May – 28 September 2019 Summer break in August In his solo exhibition, Where do we go from here? in the Bolognese Galleria Enrico Astuni, Christian Jankowski questions about the relation between artist and audience, both, in the traditional physical contact and the virtual way… (read more)

Exhibition: Irene Fenara “Se il cielo fugge”

28 April – 17 May 2016 Adiacenze Vicolo Spirito Santo 1/B 40123 – Bologna www.adiacenze.it Last week the association Adiacenze opened its new exhibition space with the site specific installation “Se il cielo fugge” (If the sky flees) by Irene Fenara. On view are two videos and a wall painting by the artist. Francesco Privato… (read more)

OPENTOUR: E lo fecero a pezzi

Giulia Carpentieri, Irene Fenara, Giulio Maulini and Andrea Parenti Curated by Teresa Serra and Pietro Cortona 10 – 25 June 2015 ADIACENZE Piazza San Martino 4D Bologna Andrea Parenti: [Show slideshow]