“SENTINELLE DI PIETRA” (“SENTINELS OF STONE”) AND “L’OCCUPAZIONE DIMENTICATA” (“THE FORGOTTEN OCCUPATION”)

November 7th, 2017

Paolo Ruffilli, Lisa Bregantin and Denis Vidale mark the centenary of the First World War with the presentation of: Sentinelle di Pietra – I grandi sacrari del primo conflitto mondiale (“Sentinels of stone – the great memorials of the First World War”)... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY KATIA SCOTTI

October 4th, 2017

Buildings, geometric structures, landscapes and figures, sky and water: places of a dreaming that suffers no limits, that clings to the wings of an aeroplane, that scales a skyscraper pushing through clouds, or through the dunes of a desert, that sails over... (more)

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IL FIORE NELLA CREPA (“FLOWER IN THE CRACK”)

September 13th, 2017

Il fiore nella crepa (“Flower in the crack”), an anthology born from the powerful poetry project conducted by Zingonia Zingone in a prison in Rome. The flower of the title is poetry itself, which is able to create new openings and generate... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY ENAS ELKORASHY

August 11th, 2017

The female nude as liberation and pictorial exploration, light and shade capturing the suppleness and softness of a body that dominates the scene with poses celebrating beauty and elegance. The portrait as something that “changes the colour of our skin”, to cross... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY FEDERICO BEVILACQUA

June 22nd, 2017

Curiosity, experimentation and instinct: three descriptions that best sum up Federico Bevilacqua’s approach to photography. In his photographs, the immediacy of images captured as if by chance while walking along the street is juxtaposed with the punctilious technical precision of his studio... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY DE ZANETTI

May 1st, 2017

From figurative imagery to geometric abstraction, with references to surrealism and neoclassicism alike: painting as an experience of elsewhere, a fantastic, arcane terrain of figures and buildings, a place to take refuge, elevating at one moment, the narrative suggestiveness of colour and... (more)

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SAN SECONDO IN ISOLA: STORIA DI UN MONASTERO TRA ARCHITETTURA E ALIMENTAZIONE

April 1st, 2017

Monastero benedettino sin dall’ XI secolo, in seguito domenicano fino alla soppressione del luglio 1806. In epoca napoleonica e austriaca fu trasformato in avamposto militare, assumendo una forma ottagonale. Domenico Codagli, priore, ne descrisse a stampa l’abbondanza di frutta e ortaggi (1609)... (more)

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“LORO” (“THEM”) BY SERGIO ROTINO

March 1st, 2017

With his volume of poetry Loro (“Them”) Sergio Rotino – critic and indefatigable organiser of cultural events in Bologna – presents his own poetic exploration of two dramatically topical themes: violence and oppression. His poetry extends into the struggle of the verse... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY IGOR MOLIN

February 22nd, 2017

Painting as examination-consideration of the contemporary world and the rites of the masses: tourism, crowds, youth, fashion, homogenisation. Photographs that feed into a daily journal, colours that translate into the dynamic fluctuation of painting a shifting, agitated, composite, multi-coloured reality of humanity... (more)

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“LES SEPT MENDIANTS” (FRENCH TRANSLATION BY JEAN BAUMGARTEN, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY SANDRA ZEMOR)

January 21st, 2017

Artist Sandra Zemor divides her time between France, Israel and Venice, the last of which has become something of a home from home. She has published a number of art books, including a collection inspired by the work of Leonard Cohen titled... (more)

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“BACIARSI A VENEZIA” (“KISSING IN VENICE”) – VIRGILIO BOCCARDI

January 9th, 2017

With the originality and lightness of touch we have come to expect, Virgilio Boccardi offers a series of delightful reflections on the art of love as it plays out in Venice, with particular attention to kissing. Even though the mention of Casanova... (more)

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