Fondazione Marconi is pleased to present the exhibition Giuseppe Uncini:The Conquest of Shadows, dedicated to works from 1968 to 1977 by the Marche artist.The exhibition, in collaboration with Archivio Uncini, comes four years after the 2015 exhibition of Uncini’s drawings and aims to document the evolution of the artist’s long and concentrated study of shadows. […]
Fondazione Marconi, Milan (Italy) from 30 November 2018 to 16 February 2019 “Dear Mario: work, unplug the phone and forget all the troubles of this world. Best regards.” This letter, dated 29 September 1965 and addressed to Mario Schifano, was signed by Giorgio Marconi on the eve of the inaugural exhibition in his first exhibition […]
Inauguration: 20 September 2018 from 18.00 – From 21 September to 10 November 2018 After the summer break the new season at Fondazione Marconi will begin with an exhibition exclusively dedicated to the work of Aldo Spoldi. The project, curated by Patrizia Gillo, a virtual character invented by the artist, was commissioned by the Accademia […]
A large retrospective dedicated to Hsiao Chin presents the Fondazione Marconi’s collection of the Chinese master’s works in its entirety (Exhibition dates: 24 May – 15 September 2017). Born in Shanghai in 1935, Hsiao Chin completed his studies in Taiwan. After founding the first abstract art avant-garde with the Ton-Fan group, he arrived in Europe with […]
Emilio Tadini 1985 – 1997. Refugees, Philosophers, the City and the Night
Fondazione Marconi, Milan, Italy
September 19 – October 31, 2012
Fondazione Marconi is pleased to announce the exhibition Emilio Tadini 1985 – 1997. Refugees, Philosophers, the City and the Night set up on the occasion of the ten years since the death of the milanese artist.
Gianluigi Colin. Mitografie
Fondazione Marconi Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
April, 14th – May, 17th 2012
The Fondazione Marconi is very pleased to announce the exhibition “Mitografie” by Gianluigi Colin.
Gianluigi Colin, an original and independent personality inside the art world, focuses his attention on contemporary symbols, using “the material that the world presents”. The subjects of his works are icons and events of the present, selected from the infinite amount of informations that the media present us. In Colin’s work there is a constant dialogue between images and words, that pays tribute to the most influencial semiologist of the 20th century, Roland Barthes.
Man Ray – Robert Mapplethorpe
24 march – 22 may 2010
On Tuesday 23 March the Fondazione Marconi presents the exhibition entitled “Man Ray–Mapplethorpe”, realized in tandem with the exhibition “Robert Mapplethorpe. The Perfection of Form” (running 12 March to 13 June 2010), organized by the Museo d’Arte in Lugano (Switzerland), and curated by Bruno Corà, in collaboration with the Mapplethorpe Foundation of New York.