The Pieroni Gallery Archive documents the entire activity of the gallery starting from 1975 to 1992. We published online the images of the art works, press releases, many newspaper articles and reviews of the 69 exhibitions realized between Pescara and Rome. The series starts with “Allestimento teatrale” by Luciano Fabro at Bagno Borbonico in Pescara (February 1975) and ends with the personal exhibition by Betrand Lavier at the Pieroni Gallery of Via Panisperna in Rome (May 1992). The entire material has been divided chronologically indicating the name of the exhibition and the participating artists.
Welcome to No Man’s Land
The No Man’s Land Foundation, born under the Honorary Presidency of Yona Friedman, aims at economic/social innovation and regeneration through the vectors of contemporary art and scientific research. It proposes projects in a horizon of ecosystem sustainability to respond flexibly to various sociocultural contexts.
The URBAN SOUND series gathers works realized by the visual artist Luca Resta (1982, IT) through the recording and editing of sound collections. The sixth version Gripia City (2021) comes from the street musicians’ recordings, started in Paris in 2012 and edited as a sound piece for OTO SOUND MUSEUM. It captures melodies and also returns the surrounding soundscape – the frenetic footsteps of passengers, horns, rails, voices […]
Radio3 Suite – Magazine Francesco Antonioni con Dora Stiefelmeier e Claudio Libero Pisano per il volume: IL LIBRO DI ZERYNHIA Di Paolo Edizioni Volume a cura di Dora Stiefelmeier. testi di Dora Stiefelmeier, Graphic design and image processing: Spazio Di Paolo Ci sono Mario Pieroni e Dora Stiefelmeier alla base di Zerynthia, il progetto che […]
La storia di Zerynthia, un esperimento artistico nomade – Alessandra Mammì | su Artribune https://www.artribune.com/editoria/libri/2021/01/libro-storia-zerynthia-roma/