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Giulia Andreani et al.

What I See New Figurative Art in Italy (group show)
Galleria Civica Trento, The Mart, Trento
15 February – 24 May 2020

Giulia Andreani,
Giulia Andreani, "Nudeltisch (Spaghetti painting)", 2019. Photo: Charles Duprat

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


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Giulia Andreani, Tursic & Mille et al.

Collecting in the 21st Century: of their times (6th edition) (group show)
Collection Lambert, Avignon
14 December 2019 – 15 March 2020

Since 2004 the Association for the International Diffusion of French Art (ADIAF) has been organising an exhibition every three years to represent the latest acquisitions of French members and collectors. This 6th edition, however, extends to acquisitions from the last twenty years, and showcases 182 art works by 142 living artists. Works by Giulia Andreani and Tursic & Mille are included.

Collection Lambert