Art Galleries

Talk with Suad Amiry e Iain Chambers

Within the public program of the exhibition “How Far Should We Go?,” leading figures and intellectuals partecipate on talks and conferences about the central theme of the exhibition. The talk co-curated by Matilde Galletti in dialogue Suad Amiry and Iain Chambers, moderated by Francesco Marilungo, is based on the theme of Mediterranean flows. Exhibiting artists …

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Somewhere in Time

The exhibition celebrates the curiosity and exploration of the four artists Dante Cannatella, Diane Chappalley, White Harris, Soko into both the personal and historical elements.

A Quick Guide to Turin’s Contemporary Art Week

Portuguese artist Diana Policarpo’s practice traverses the various disciplines of history, cultural anthropology, and biogenetics, combining the genre of documentary together with speculative fiction. “Liquid Transfers” is a multichannel audio video installation now on view at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin.

Turin lights up with new exhibitions at major cultural venues as the contemporary art fair Artissima kicks off.

Carolina Cappelli and Roberto Fassone “Possedute”

For the exhibition “How far should we go?” curated by Rossella Farinotti, a public program takes place during the all duration of the exhibition. On November 10 Carolina Cappelli and Roberto Fassone will performance “Possedute” with the participation of Giacomo Raffaelli.

And Now I Gather Soil and Bones

The exhibition mirrors the Jiří Kovanda, Denisa Langrová and Ruta Putramentaite sensibilities towards the distorting effect of human activity on the natural environment.

Amélie Bigard “Dear Shitty Dreams”

On show, thirteen unpublished works created using Amélie Bigard distinctive “icon” technique, a patient painting
process using only tempera on wood.

Myth and Legend

A new group show devoted to the new King Kong Magazine issue which revolves around the topic of myths and legends is presented at Marsèll.