Giulia Andreani

Giulia Andreani (publication)
Published by Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin | Paris | London / Holzwarth Publications, 2022
Texts by Flavia Frigeri and Erik Verhagen

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This comprehensive monograph shows the full range of Giulia Andreani’s work from 2011 to the present in more than 150 paintings, watercolors, and sculptures. In various shades of Payne’s gray, Andreani translates historical images into compelling representations of women, power, and society. The monograph includes texts by Flavia Frigeri and Erik Verhagen. The book is now available for purchase on the Galerie Max Hetzler publications website. 

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Giulia Andreani

Yala Kisukidi and Giulia Andreani in conversation (talk)
Reid Hall, Paris
6 June 2023, 7 pm

Image: Giulia Andreani, 2022, photo: def image
Image: Giulia Andreani, 2022, photo: def image

Giulia Andreani will be in conversation with philosopher and writer Yala Kisukidi at Reid Hall, Paris, on 6 June 2023. 

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Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Jeremy Demester, Albert Oehlen, Tursic & Mille, Christopher Wool et al.

The Inner Island (group show)
Villa Carmignac, Île de Porquerolles, Hyères
29 April – 5 November 2023

Tursic & Mille, The Blue Landscape, 2019, © Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, courtesy the artists and Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin | Paris | London, photo: def image
Tursic & Mille, The Blue Landscape, 2019, © Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, courtesy the artists and Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin | Paris | London, photo: def image

Works by Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Jeremy Demester, Tursic & Mille and Christopher Wool will be on view in the exhibition The Inner Island, curated by Jean-Marie Gallais. Inspired by the insular location of the Fondation Carmignac’s villa on Porquerolles, a remote island off the French Mediterranean coast in the region of the Côte d’Azur, the exhibition explores the notion of interiority as a powerful driver of creation. Floating outside of known geographies and temporalities, the artists included in this exhibition populate their images with strange and foreign presences – human, animal, hybrid, or supernatural. The result is a distance from reality which encourages an immersion into inner worlds and recesses, giving rise to fictional, mental, or abstract islands. 

Villa Carmignac

Tursic & Mille, The Blue Landscape, 2019, © Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, courtesy the artists and Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin | Paris | London, photo: def image
Tursic & Mille, The Blue Landscape, 2019, © Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, courtesy the artists and Galerie Max Hetzler Berlin | Paris | London, photo: def image

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CHRONORAMA. Photographic Treasures of the 20th Century (group show)
Palazzo Grassi, Venice
12 March 2023 – 7 January 2024

Installation view: Giulia Andreani, Fabulation, 2023, installation view, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, 2023, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Marco Cappelletti, © Palazzo Grassi
Installation view: Giulia Andreani, Fabulation, 2023, installation view, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, 2023, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Marco Cappelletti, © Palazzo Grassi

Giulia Andreani’s monumental triptych Fabulation, 2023, will be on view in CHRONORAMA. Photographic Treasures of the 20th Century – the first major exhibition of masterpieces from the Condé Nast archives, recently acquired in part by the Pinault Collection.

The exhibition presents work from the 1910s to the early 1980s by more than one hundred and fifty international artists,  bringing the twentieth century to life through the events, social phenomena, and illustrious figures that marked it.

This historical selection will be put into perspective with Chronorama Redux, a project offering a contemporary look at these works from the Pinault Collection through the work of four artists: Giulia Andreani, Tarrah Krajnak, Erik N. Mack, and Daniel Spivakov. This installation will be spread over four spaces of the Palazzo Grassi, as interludes in the chronological tour of the main exhibition. Refreshing our gaze, questioning our relationship with time and images, sharing this evidence of the past: these are the challenges for the Pinault Collection, which are embodied in this first new project based on the archives of the legendary Condé Nast.

Palazzo Grassi

Installation view: Giulia Andreani, Fabulation, 2023, installation view, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, 2023, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Marco Cappelletti, © Palazzo Grassi
Installation view: Giulia Andreani, Fabulation, 2023, installation view, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, 2023, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Marco Cappelletti, © Palazzo Grassi

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L’Almanach 23 (group show)
Le Consortium Museum, Dijon
10 March – 17 September 2023

Giulia Andreani, Nudeltisch II (Spaghetti, bitch), 2023, acrylic and oil on canvas, 124 x 183 cm.; 48 7/8 x 72 in., photo: Charles Duprat, © Giulia Andreani
Giulia Andreani, Nudeltisch II (Spaghetti, bitch), 2023, acrylic and oil on canvas, 124 x 183 cm.; 48 7/8 x 72 in., photo: Charles Duprat, © Giulia Andreani

Twelve works representing the past decade of Giulia Andreani's practice are on view at Le Consortium Museum, Dijon as part of the biennial L'Almanach 23. The project brings together artists invited to exhibit according to a simple principle: one room, one artist. Taking place across fourteen distinct spaces, the artists offer a subjective view of international creation through paintings, sculptures, photographs, videos, and installations, presenting a specific vision for today’s contemporary art.

Le Consortium

Giulia Andreani, Nudeltisch II (Spaghetti, bitch), 2023, acrylic and oil on canvas, 124 x 183 cm.; 48 7/8 x 72 in., photo: Charles Duprat, © Giulia Andreani
Giulia Andreani, Nudeltisch II (Spaghetti, bitch), 2023, acrylic and oil on canvas, 124 x 183 cm.; 48 7/8 x 72 in., photo: Charles Duprat, © Giulia Andreani

Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Jeremy Demester, Albert Oehlen, Tursic & Mille, Christopher Wool, Giulia Andreani, Tursic & Mille et al.

Of their time (7) – A look at private collections (group show)
FRAC – Grand Large, Hauts-de-France, Dunkerque
28 January – 23 April 2023

Giulia Andreani, La Jeune et la Vieille Sorcières, 2020 wool, silk, mohair, lurex, circa 227 x 158 cm.; 89 3/8 x 62 1/4 in., edition 5 of 5, plus 1 A, photo: Charles Duprat,  © Giulia Andreani
Giulia Andreani, La Jeune et la Vieille Sorcières, 2020 wool, silk, mohair, lurex, circa 227 x 158 cm.; 89 3/8 x 62 1/4 in., edition 5 of 5, plus 1 A, photo: Charles Duprat, © Giulia Andreani

Giulia Andreani’s large-scale tapestry La Jeune et la Vieille Sorcières, 2020, and a painted engraving by Tursic & Mille, will be on view in Of their time (7) – A look at private collections at the FRAC Grand Large. The exhibition considers interrelated themes which question the nature of the collection itself, its visions of art and society and its relationship  to public institutions. The works on view, representing 111 artists and artists’ collectives as well as 58 private lenders, suggest different ways of relating to our environment and revisit forgotten aspects of art history.

FRAC Grand Large

Giulia Andreani, La Jeune et la Vieille Sorcières, 2020 wool, silk, mohair, lurex, circa 227 x 158 cm.; 89 3/8 x 62 1/4 in., edition 5 of 5, plus 1 A, photo: Charles Duprat,  © Giulia Andreani
Giulia Andreani, La Jeune et la Vieille Sorcières, 2020 wool, silk, mohair, lurex, circa 227 x 158 cm.; 89 3/8 x 62 1/4 in., edition 5 of 5, plus 1 A, photo: Charles Duprat, © Giulia Andreani

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Prix Marcel Duchamp 2022 (group show)
Centre Pompidou, Paris
5 October 2022 – 2 January 2023

Giulia Andreani, Couragemodell(a), 2022,  © Giulia Andreani
Giulia Andreani, Couragemodell(a), 2022, © Giulia Andreani

Giulia Andreani's work, Couragemodelle(a), 2022, will be included in a collective exhibition presenting the four nominees for the 22st edition of the renowned Prix Marcel Duchamp. Andreani is recognised for her compelling narrative references to women grappling with major historical events. The winner of the prize will revealed on 17 October. 

Centre Pompidou

Giulia Andreani, Couragemodell(a), 2022,  © Giulia Andreani
Giulia Andreani, Couragemodell(a), 2022, © Giulia Andreani

Darren Almond, Giulia Andreani, Jeremy Demester, Albert Oehlen, Tursic & Mille, Christopher Wool, Giulia Andreani, Tursic & Mille, Giulia Andreani, Carroll Dunham et al.

The Drawing Centre Show (group show)
Le Consortium, Dijon
1 July 2022 – 22 January 2023

Installation view: The Drawing Centre Show, Le Consortium Museum, Dijon, 2022, photo: Rebecca Fanuele © Consortium Museum
Installation view: The Drawing Centre Show, Le Consortium Museum, Dijon, 2022, photo: Rebecca Fanuele © Consortium Museum

Works by Giulia Andreani and Carroll Dunham are included in the group exhibition The Drawing Centre Show, on view at Le Consortium, Dijon from 1 July, 2022 until 22 January, 2023. The exhibition, organised by curators Seungduk Kim and Franck Gautherot, and artists Tobias Pils and Joe Bradley, features drawings from over 60 artists. 


Le Consortium

Installation view: The Drawing Centre Show, Le Consortium Museum, Dijon, 2022, photo: Rebecca Fanuele © Consortium Museum
Installation view: The Drawing Centre Show, Le Consortium Museum, Dijon, 2022, photo: Rebecca Fanuele © Consortium Museum

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The 16th Lyon Biennale: Manifesto of Fragility (group show)
Various venues, Lyon
14 September – 31 December 2022

Image: Giulia Andreani, La promessa sposa, 2021, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Charles Duprat
Image: Giulia Andreani, La promessa sposa, 2021, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Charles Duprat

Giulia Andreani will participate in the 16th edition of the Lyon Biennial, Manifesto of Fragility. Conceived by curators Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, the Biennial positions fragility at the heart of a generative form of resistance that is emboldened by the past, responsive to the present, and primed for the future. Seeking opportunities for dialogue across historical, geographical and socio-political distances, Manifesto of Fragility will facilitate innovative, multidirectional possibilities for creative cooperation. These collaborative processes, which will already begin to unfold in the months leading up to the Biennale’s September 2022 opening in Lyon, will yield 50 new artistic commissions and productions within a decentralized program that will materialize across numerous sites. Many works will be adapted to the unique architectural contexts in which they will be shown, including several large-scale immersive installations. The Biennale will expand beyond its customary venues in Lyon into locations throughout the city in order to welcome the participation of the broadest possible public.

Lyon Biennale

Image: Giulia Andreani, La promessa sposa, 2021, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Charles Duprat
Image: Giulia Andreani, La promessa sposa, 2021, © Giulia Andreani, photo: Charles Duprat

Giulia Andreani

nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2022

Giulia Andreani, photo: Holger Niehaus
Giulia Andreani, photo: Holger Niehaus

We are delighted to announce that Giulia Andreani has been nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2022, along with Iván Argote, Philippe Decrauzat and Mimosa Echard. Named after the influential artist Marcel Duchamp, this annual award distinguishes the most significant and pioneering young artists of the French art scene. The winner will be announced on 17 October 2022. A selection of works by nominated artists will be presented in a group exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, opening 4 October 2022.

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Giulia Andreani, photo: Holger Niehaus
Giulia Andreani, photo: Holger Niehaus

Giulia Andreani

Antifascisti, 2017 now part of the collection of the Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration

Image: Giulia Andreani, Antifascisti, 2017, photo: Charles Duprat
Image: Giulia Andreani, Antifascisti, 2017, photo: Charles Duprat

We are pleased to announce that Giulia Andreani’s painting Antifascisti from 2017 is now part of the collection of the Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration.

Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration

Image: Giulia Andreani, Antifascisti, 2017, photo: Charles Duprat
Image: Giulia Andreani, Antifascisti, 2017, photo: Charles Duprat