The gallerist Anna Marra, photo by Sebastiano Luciano
ANNA MARRA GALLERY: AN INTERVIEW WITH ANNA MARRA
The interviews to discover who there’s behind the work of art galleries are going on, and after meeting the Raffaella Cortese Gallery now it’s time to discover the Anna Marra Gallery in Rome.
Anna Marra Gallery, in Rome since 2013
Exhibition view: ANNAMARIA GELMI “Caro Spartaco”, 2019 | Loom Gallery, Milano
CARO SPARTACO, THE PERSONAL EXHIBITION OF ANNAMARIA GELMI
In the vast panorama of contemporary art there are artists such as Annamaria Gelmi who continue, without stopping, a research work.
An international artist but little known to the general public, Annamaria Gelmi is the protagonist of a personal exhibition in Milan, of which Alice Traforti tells us all in this post.
Annamaria Gelmi’s solo show in Milan
Fabio Bix, TYPHOON (2015) – 93 x 65 x 55 cm
FABIO BIX, THE ARTIST WHO WILL SAVE THE WORLD WITH IRONY
Fabio Bix’s aim is to become the greatest sculptor in the world and all time. Will he do?
Only time could answer this question; for the time being the artist is misleading us that poker playing cards are carved by wind and is creating majestic sculptures by using handkerchiefs, playing with proportions.
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LUIGI PERICLE: A REDISCOVERED ARTIST AND A NEW CHAPTER IN HISTORY OF ART TO BE WRITTEN
The story of Luigi Pericle is the story of a forgotten artist, whose works have been discovered by chance and are contributing to the start of a new chapter in history of art.
The first international retrospective exhibition of Luigi Pericle is taking place in Venice and is entitled “Beyond the visible”.
It’s the first leg of a large project aimed at promoting a leading figure of the European painting scenario in the second half of the 20th century, who, at some point in his life, chose to retire from the art world and now, at last, is emerging from oblivion.
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HOTEL MO.MA., AN EXHIBITION BY MONICA MARIONI
Hotel Mo.Ma. is an exhibition by Monica Marioni which is a dialogue between content and container, between the works on display and the exhibition area.
The place chosen for this dialogue is Casa Gallo, at Palazzo Brusarosco-Zaccaria in Vicenza, one of the many amazing works designed by architect Carlo Scarpa.
This building that was once the residence of the Gallo family, who commissioned Scarpa the renovation project in the early 1960s, becomes the home, or rather, the temporary hotel of Monica Marioni’s works.
And that’s how the container becomes the scenery, but also the protagonist of an exhibition where also visitors are an active part of the project.
Monica Marioni converses with Carlo Scarpa