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Linee forti
Dibujando la provocación


Espacio Sin Título. Cano Estudio Art Gallery
Alameda 3, 28014 Madrid

Inauguración: 21 de diciembre a las 21:00 horas

 

 

Comisario: Antonio de Falco

Artistas: Danilo Buccella Anna Turina Gilberto Giovagnoli Organizan: Drawing Room Madrid Espacio Sin Título

Concebida como el proyecto faro del programa dedicado al dibujo italiano de la segunda edición de la feria Drawing Room Madrid, Linee forti. Dibujando la provocación es una muestra colectiva que sigue el rastro a la actualidad de las producciones de tres artistas italianos con una práctica muy relevante de dibujo contemporáneo: Anna Turina (Lecco, 1973), Danilo Buccella (Liestel, 1974) y Gilberto Giovagnoli (San Marino, 1954). El proyecto ha sido encargado por las entidades organizadoras, la feria de dibujo contemporáneo Drawing Room y la galería del Estudio Cano, Espacio Sin Título, al comisario y gestor cultural boloñés Antonio de Falco, que ha contado con la colaboración de tres prestigiosas galerías: Federico Luger Gallery (Milán), Martina's Gallery (Monza) y D406 fedeli alla línea (Módena). Esta reducida pero muy ejemplar selección de obras y artistas se presenta en el Estudio Cano como un conjunto aparentemente dishomogeneo pero capaz de delinear las conotaciones mas diversas del dibujo y la obra sobre papel en general y prolongará la presencia del arte italiano en Madrid, una vez que concluya la feria.

 

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NAUTILUS - PART 1

MISHKA HENNER, MALAXA ( ALICIA MERSY & TABITA REZAIRE ),

LUCA POZZI, ELENA RADICE, CLEMENT VALLA AND GUAN XIAO/


CURATED BY ZOE DE LUCA


Opening 8th FEBRUARY 2017, 7 - 9 PM

UNTIL 3RD MARCH 2017

“Captain Nemo,” I told my host, who had just stretched out on a couch, “this is a library that would do credit to more than one continental palace, and I truly marvel to think it can go with you into the deepest seas.” “Where could one find greater silence or solitude, professor?” Captain Nemo replied. “Did your study at the museum afford you such a perfect retreat?”

“No, sir, and I might add that it’s quite a humble one next to yours. You own 6,000 or 7,000 volumes here...” “12,000, Professor Aronnax. They’re my sole remaining ties with dry land. But I was done with the shore the day my Nautilus submerged for the first time under the waters. That day I purchased my last volumes, my last pamphlets, my last newspapers, and ever since I’ve chosen to believe that humanity no longer thinks or writes. In any event, professor, these books are at your disposal, and you may use them freely.”

This dialogue from Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea was a reference point in Georges Perec's Brief Notes on the Art and Manner of Arranging One's Books, in a chapter dedicated to the challenge of keeping a limited number of volumes in one’s library. According to the author, the dilemma is about how to maintain the selection of books not to miss recent publications of interest, neither to loose essential publications from the past: clearly, the only solution is a constant update of the library, an endless struggle for a satisfying balance. Perec’s book was published in 1985, three years after his death and many years before the evolution of the web as a common research and archive tool.

Back to Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Captain Nemo was not only a character relating with the topic of the ultimate archive, but his motivation to travel the world on board of the Nautilus - seeking revenge for oppressed and forgotten communities - leads us to globalization, another issue of culture in recent times.

Thinking of transformation not as a transition but as a stable, unavoidable condition, Nautilus - Part 1 aims to display this idea of fruition-driven necessary compromise: a - obviously limited - number of artists and artworks dealing with the contemporary notion of tradition and memory, world history record and reconstruction, fruition through linear time.

http://www.marselleria.org/nautilus.html

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Danilo Buccella, Allegoria, 2016 Mattite colorate su carta, 23 x 17 cm

A Spazio 22 Galleria Pack e FL Gallery presentano un'ampia selezione di opere su carta da Gustav Klimt a oggi.

Saranno presenti opere di:
Adalberto Abbate
Mattia Barbieri
Alessandro Bazan
Hernan Pitto Bellocchio
Abdelkader Benchamma
Thomas Berra
Alighiero Boetti
James Brooks
Danilo Buccella
Danilo Bucchi
Adele Ceraudo
Gabriele Di Matteo
Marcel Dzama
Igor Eskinja
Franklin Evans
Neil Farber
Fausto Gilberti
Robert Gligorov
Agnese Guido
Jacob Hashimoto
Diango Hernandez
Debora Hirsch
Michael Kalmbach
Gustav Klimt
Ivan Malerba
Rafael Megall
Bartolomeo Migliore
Andrei Molodkin
Ignazio Moncada
Jonathan Monk
Marco Neri
Pino Pascali
Pavel Pepperstein
Gianni Politi
Luca Pozzi
Kris Ruhs
Laboratorio Saccardi
Vito Stassi
Luigi Serafini
Matilde Solbiati
Andrea Stepkova
Robert W. O. Stone
Attila Szucs
Renato Tosini
Cy Twombly

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