Giulia Andreani et al.
What I See New Figurative Art in Italy (group show)
Galleria Civica Trento, The Mart, Trento
15 February – 1 November 2020
Armed with in-depth technical expertise, many contemporary artists choose painting as a means to represent reality as faithfully as possible. With its selection of fourteen artists, the Galleria Civica Trento is exhibiting some of the most important examples of contemporary figurative art in Italy today. People and everyday objects populate these paintings, immersed in surreal, sensual and fairytale-like atmospheres that both surprise viewers and invite them to get lost in the details.
The exhibition features works by Giulia Andreani, Elisa Anfuso, Annalisa Avancini, Romina Bassu, Thomas Braida, Manuele Cerutti, Vania Comoretti, Patrizio Di Massimo, Fulvio Di Piazza, Andrea Fontanari, Giulio Frigo, Oscar Giaconia, Iva Lulashi and Margherita Manzelli.
The Mart Museum
ARTIST TALK: Giulia Andreani in conversation with Flavia Frigeri
Online event: Thursday, 24 September, 6.30pm (BST) on Zoom
Giulia Andreani will be in conversation with Art Historian and Curator Flavia Frigeri on the occasion of her solo exhibition Pigs and Old Lace at Galerie Max Hetzler, London on Thursday, 24 September, at 6.30pm (BST).
The event will take place on Zoom.
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Giulia Andreani et al.
Avec un parfum d'aventure [With a Hint of Adventure] (group show)
Musée d'art contemporain, Lyon
7 October 2020 – 3 January 2021
Avec un parfum d’aventure [With a Hint of Adventure] is an exhibition directly inspired by the recent collective, worldwide experience of confinement, which was imposed more or less simultaneously for health reasons on the majority of people on the planet. Its main thrust is an exploration of the question of travel, whether impeded or imposed, voluntary or provoked, individually or in a group, and the consequences of it for those affected. It takes the form of an investigation across history, drawing on the collections of the Lyon Musée des Beaux-Arts and the Musée d’Art Contemporain (macLYON). Alongside these works, the exhibition juxtaposes works borrowed or specifically created by artists living in France, not to say geographically close to macLYON. The experience of moving through the exhibition and viewing the works is designed to encourage visitors to reflect on the links between political ideologies, economic systems, climate change and migration flows.
This new collaboration between macLYON and the Musée des Beaux-Arts is one of a series of initiatives by the Lyon Art Museums in active support of the French art scene.
Musée d'Art Contemporain