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. […]
Maimeri Foundation presents the photographic exhibition by artist Monica Silva – a prominent Brazilian photographer, great portraitist and versatile artist – “Sacro & Profano” will take place in Milan at the MAC, Culture, Music and Art space (Piazza Tito Lucrezio Caro, 1) from September 17th to 21st, 2019. The body of work, consists of a […]
The Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro opens 2019 with the inauguration of a new cycle of Project Rooms on 13 March entrusted to the guest curator Cloé Perrone.Continuing with the renewal path that began in 2016, the Foundation’s Scientific Board– comprising Lorenzo Respi (Head of Production of the FMAV – Fondazione Modena Arti Visive), Andrea Viliani (General […]
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 […]
UNA is pleased to present the solo show by Simone Monsi: New Blabs on Clouds and Planes, the second appointment in the annual exhibition program in collaboration with Spazio Leonardo, the new space of Leonardo Assicurazioni—Generali Milano Liberazione. The site-specific project developed by Monsi for the Gallery at Spazio Leonardo sets out from the observation […]
After the great success of Bill Viola’s exhibition, the Crypt of Leonard hosts a new suggestive exhibition: Michelangelo at the Crypt of Leonard. This exhibition displays “The gaze of Michelangelo” (Lo sguardo di Michelangelo), that is the latest short movie made by the great director Michelangelo Antonioni (1912-2007). This short movie provides the renowned director […]
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 […]
On the occasion of EXPO 2015, on May 12th at 07:00 p.m., “TRIBUTE TO ROBERTO PAOLINI”, exhibition dedicated to the multifaceted figure of artist and chef Roberto Paolini, will inaugurate at Galleria Bianconi in Milan. According to international collective imagination, Italy, its culture and its identity have always been associated with the Culture of “Doing” […]
When we go into a dark place from a bright one we live a kind of disorientation, our eyes struggle for the first minutes to get used to the dark. With every passing minute, slowly, thanks to the residual light that filters under a door, or maybe from a street lamp far away, reality begins […]
26.10.2012 – 03.02.2013
Tomás Saraceno (b. San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina, 1973) is an artist and architect internationally known for his visionary and surprising installations accessible to the public and able to modify the perception of architectural spaces. His oeuvre, inspired by the tradition of 20th-century utopian architecture, stems from the desire to create aerial structures that can be inhabited by people, are self-sufficient and have a low environmental impact.
Giò Marconi Gallery, Milan
16 November – 26 January 2013
Giò Marconi Gallery is very pleased to announce Günther Förg’s first solo exhibition “Closer” at the gallery.
Förg is a well-known figure in the 1980s and a key member of an influential generation of German artists including Martin Kippenberger, Georg Herold and Albert Oehlen. His distinct investigations into Modernism take painterly issues into the realms of architecture, sculpture, and photography to reflect on both individual experience and historical memory.