The renowned Swiss architecture magazine archithese promotes critical debate on architectural concepts, projects and buildings. It forges links between architecture, art, philosophy and science. The 20th century produced countless visions of the future – in books, films and drawings. Architecture – or more precisely blueprints of visionary or utopian worlds – played a pivotal role in exemplifying such projections.
Michael Najjar’s work “final mission” was chosen for the cover picture and the edition features numerous other works from Najjar’s outer space series.
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The exhibition Leidenschaft. Passion - In Focus: Pierre Soulages opening at Museum Art.Plus on 19 February 2017 showcases works by the French painter Pierre Soulages (born in 1919 in Rodez, France).
An internationally renowned abstract artist, Pierre Soulages has been working exclusively in black since the 1970s, producing monochrome black paintings whose densely impastoed surfaces, he structures by means of deeply incised horizontal, diagonal or vertical lines and furrows that allow the paintings to enter into an absorbing dialogue with the light that falls on them. In the exhibition other works, two-dimensional and three-dimensional, by international artists who have worked with the monochrome, including works by Luigi Carboni.
19 February 2017 – 28 January 2018 | Museum Art.Plus, Donaueschingen

Now on sale the photo album dedicated to site-specific installations by Andreco made for the exhibition Back to the Land. Photo albums are a series of stories around the events of the Studio la Città, designed and developed by Michele Alberto Sereni and Beatrice Barbuio. You can also consult the list of the last albums produced on our shows and buy them clicking HERE

The exhibition Hiroyuki Masuyama – Zeitenwanderer will open Thursday, January 26 at three of the most important cultural poles of Greifswald: Caspar David Friedrich Zentrum, Pommersches Landes Museum, Galerie Schwarz & Galerie STP. With this exhibition, the Japanese artist who has always been influenced by the romantic themes of Caspar David Friedrich and Joseph Mallord William Turner, he will be found to exhibit right in the birthplace of the first.
26 January - 17 April, 2017 | C.D.Friedrich Zentrum, Pommersches Landes Museum and Galerie Schwarz & Galerie STP, Greifswald

The exhibition WILD IS THE WIND, l’immagine della musica, in collaboration with Antonio Manca and Dromos Festival, curated by Ivo Serafino Fenu, Antonio Manca and Walter Porcedda, wants to pay tribute to David Bowie, whose music will from the soundtrack to the event, but above all to its hybrid design of arts and the rock universe, which so marked and characterized the culture and lifestyles of the second half of the last century. The exhibition will see the participation of international artists whose path has often fluctuated and is often contaminated with the languages of rock, jazz and blues of the most experimental and most transgressive avant-garde art, among them, also Roberto Pugliese.
23 December 23 2016 - 5 March 5 2017 | Pinacoteca Comunale Carlo Contini, Oristano

Saturday, November 26, 2016, at 11:30 am, opens the exhibition Shaun Gladwell - Skateboarders vs. Minimalism where will be presented the eponymous video, made thanks to the collaboration of three of the world’s top skaters - Hillary Thompson, Jesus Esteban Correa, and Rodney Mullen – was shot in an exhibition area where the skaters ably jumped over copies of sculptures by Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Carl Andre, and other artists who helped the spread of Minimal Art in the 1960s and 1970s.
26 November 2016 - 18 February 2017 | Studio la Città, Verona

On Saturday 26 November 2016 Studio la Città will be inaugurating a solo show of works by Luigi Carboni: La forma, un attimo prima. On show will be new works by the artist with an extremely intricate interweaving of marks that condense and disperse over the surface, to the point of creating perspectival planes and a total absence of traditional space. The large-scale oils and acrylics on canvas are flanked by works of smaller dimensions that allude to three-dimensionality and that use geometric forms held captive by a reticular painting.
26 November 2016 - 18 February 2017 | Studio la Città, Verona

Saturday, November 26, 2016, at 11:30 am, opens the exhibition Back to the Land curated by Andrea Lerda. On show will be presented several works by Italian and international artists: Andreco, Cristian Chironi, Neha Choksi, Andrea Nacciarriti, Giorgia Severi, Francesco Simeti, Julius Von Bismarck. The Back to the Land project that Studio la Città is presenting in its rooms in Verona, is not simply an exhibition but a further step along a virtual path that for some time, at a global level, has singled out contemporary art as a tool for bringing to the fore ecological questions and for stimulating environmental ideas.
26 November 2016 - 4 February 2017 | Studio la Città, Verona

Now on sale the brochure of the exhibition Back to the Land with essays by Andrea Lerda, the curator, and Serenella Iovino, Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Turin.
Inside you can find some installation views taken by Michele Alberto Sereni and Beatrice Barbuio of the works by Andreco, Cristian Chironi, Neha Choksi, Andrea Nacciarriti, Giorgia Severi, Francesco Simeti, Julius von Bismarck.
You can also consult the list of the catalogs on our group shows and buy them clicking HERE

The third stage of the exhibition organized on the occasion of the VAF Foundation Prize is held at the Kunstsammlungen (Chemnitz). Roberto Pugliese, together with other young Italian artists, exhibited some of his most representative works: Critici ostinati ritmici (2010) and Quintetto (2016).
Foto: VII Premio Fondazione VAF, installation view Stadtgalerie Kiel, foto Frank Peter
November 5, 2016 - February 12, 2017 | Kunstsammlungen, Chemnitz

Find the video of the exhibition outer space by Michael Najjar on and in Artist of the month section. Michael Najjar utilises photography and video to focus on the key elements of our society, one guided and "controlled" by information technology and information. His work is shown in museums, galleries and bienniales around the globe. Najjar demonstrates the potential of photographic images that can make visible what is usually invisible to the human eye. His work visualises what often goes beyond the limits of our perception and reveals what is hidden beneath the surface of what he calls the "telecommunication society". To view the video click here.

After a six-year long period of restoration, there will be reopened the rooms of the Kaiser Wilhelm Museum, one of the three buildings of the prestigious group of museums in Krefeld. For this occasion, the renovated building will be hosting an important exhibition, The Adventure of Our Collection I, curated by the director Martin Hentschel: a journey through the museum’s collections from 1945 until today. The installation of the show will be unconventional and will juxtapose modern and contemporary art. In this context, Herbert Hamak has the honour of seeing his works side by side with famous paintings by Claude Monet, from his London Parliament series, thus relating his use of colour and light to the experiments of the master of Impressionism.
2 July 2016 – February 2017 | Kaiser Wilhelm Museum, Krefeld

For the twelfth edition of ArtVerona, ASLC progetti per l’arte presents, within the historical setting of the church of San Francesco al Corso – Museum of Frescoes, the site-specific installation of the sound artist Roberto Pugliese Roberto Pugliese, curated by Valerio Dehò. The intervention, created in collaboration with the Museums of Art and Monuments of the Municipality of Verona, Veronafiere and Studio la Città, is one of the collateral events promoted in town by the fair every year during ArtVerona. This year’s theme will be linked to the life and works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
15 October - 15 January 2017 | Church of San Francesco al Corso – Museum of Frescoes, Verona

Marco Meneguzzo explains the exhibition “iononrappresentonullaiodipingo”, held in my gallery in 1973, which was perhaps the first in which was revealed the kind of thinking about painting that today is known as “Analytical Painting”, and that then also had the names of “New Painting” or “Pittura pittura”.
Visit the page dedicated to the painting of the 1970s

Now on sale the catalogue of David Simpson, entitled David Simpson, Works 1965-2015. Published by Radius Books and printed by Editorial Bortolazzi - Stei , it contains the essays by Louis Grachos, Jonathon Keats, Kenneth Baker and David Simpson in English. The catalogue is an explanatory summary of the artist's works created between 1965 and 2015 and exhibited in major galleries and private collections. To purchase click here

Nick Cave is one of the protagonists of the exhibition Tra Arte e Moda (Across Art and Fashion), promoted and organized by Fondazione Ferragamo and Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, which open on 18th May 2016 and reflects the complex relationship between art and style.
May 19, 2016 – April 7, 2017 | Museo Salvatore Ferragamo (Florence)

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Saturday March 5, 2016, at 11:30 am, will open the exhibition Tribute to Hema Upadhyay - "Where the bees suck, there suck I" in which a selection of photos by Michele Alberto Sereni - titled Hema, la principessa indiana - tell the work of the artist recently died. In fact, dominating the gallery’s main room will be one of her most representative works: Where the bees suck, there suck I, the great bucket above a myriad of tiny, multi-coloured shacks, exhibited at the Rome MACRO in 2008; Studio la Città and the Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, in 2010; and the Tennis Museum, Helsinki, in 2011.

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