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'LES RITALS' | GALLERIA CONTINUA - PARIS 19/10/2021 — 12/01/2022

CARLA ACCARDI, MAURIZIO CATTELAN, LUCIO FONTANA, FILIPPO TOMMASO MARINETTI, PIERO MANZONI, MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO, ARMANDO TESTA

With the valuable collaboration of: Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto: Michelangelo Pistoletto, Fondazione Armando Testa, Fondazione Piero Manzoni, Hauser & Wirth: Piero Manzoni, Perrotin: Maurizio Cattelan, Tornabuoni Arte: Carla Accardi et Lucio Fontana

https://www.galleriacontinua.com/exhibitions/les-ritals-340 

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Roma, 21 settembre 2021 - Ieri, set di film che hanno contribuito a creare l'immaginario collettivo. Oggi, teatro di interventi di arte contemporanea. La strada della Dolce Vita torna grande protagonista della scena culturale romana, tra arte e cinema. Consacrata dal grande schermo con il capolavoro felliniano, oggi via Veneto si conferma spazio creativo, vivo e vitale, aperto al nuovo, grazie a un ricco calendario di appuntamenti, concepito per valorizzare la sua storia e far scoprire i fermenti del presente, proiettando così il suo scenario, le sue atmosfere, le sue suggestioni nel domani. Ecco allora, dal 25 settembre, “Via Veneto Contemporanea”, esposizione a cielo aperto di opere di Erwin Wurm, artista austriaco di fama internazionale, e, a precederla e introdurla, dal 23, a Casa del Cinema, Via Veneto Ieri e oggi, programma di proiezioni ad hoc che ripercorrono il “mito” della Dolce Vita.

A dialogare, in un'interessante trama di solleciti, sono le memorie  della vita cittadina, l'immaginario alimentato dai film e il nuovo percorso espositivo, che vede l'arte occupare gli spazi pubblici, andando fuori dalle aree ad essa abitualmente deputate, assicurando un'esperienza espositiva dinamica e in assoluta sicurezza. E “sorprendendo” visitatori, appassionati, nonché curiosi e semplici passanti. Obiettivo, offrire “sguardi” inusitati sulla strada e, attraverso di essa, sulla città e invitare i romani a riscoprire la zona, nella forza delle sue memorie, ma anche, ad oggi meno indagata, nell’energia della sua contemporaneità.

Tra “Performative Sculptures”, le cosiddette “Sculture Tascabili”, anche tre grandi figure in bronzo della serie “Sculture a metà” dipinte di rosa, nella tonalità delle gomme da masticare, sono quattordici gli interventi di Erwin Wurm, che, dal 25 settembre al 14 novembre, comporranno il percorso di “Via Veneto Contemporanea”, a cura di Catherine Loeweesposizione gratuita a cielo aperto, nella strada della Dolce Vita, dalle Mura Aureliane fino ai punti più iconici della via.  

La mostra sarà la prima installazione urbana realizzata da Wurm a Roma ed è promossa da Roma Culture, Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali.  

L'arte contemporanea si fa così modo per rileggere scenari noti, tramite inusitate suggestioni che accendono i riflettori sulla città, catturando nuovi sguardi. 

 Non solo. In occasione della mostra, infatti, Casa del Cinema, il 23 settembre, dedicherà uno speciale programma di proiezioni e incontri, a ingresso gratuito, al mito della “Dolce Vita” (accesso libero fino a esaurimento posti). Cuore dell'iniziativa “Via Veneto Ieri e oggi”, la proiezione del capolavoro di Federico Fellini, “La dolce vita” (Italia, 1960, 178’), appunto, preceduta dalla presentazione con Sandra Milo e Pino Strabioli, alle 19.30, al teatro all'aperto Ettore Scola. Nello stesso pomeriggio, anche, alle 16, la proiezione di “Via Veneto”, di Giuseppe Lipartiti (Italia, 1963, 90’), che vede nel cast moltissimi protagonisti del cinema di quegli anni, come Cesare Miceli Picardi, anche nel cast del cult di Federico Fellini e nel successivo “Fellini 8 ½”. Alle 18, inoltre, “Via Veneto Set. La strada, il cinema, la vita” di Italo Moscati (Italia, 2006, 95’), affresco di Roma del cinema tra gli anni Cinquanta e Sessanta. Un vero e proprio percorso introduttivo alla “Dolce Vita” di ieri per riguardare alle suggestioni della strada  e offrire nuovi spunti di lettura sulla zona, dove due giorni dopo sarà inaugurata la mostra di Erwin Wurm. 

 

Venuto alla ribalta a fine anni ‘90 con le sue One Minute Sculptures, incentrate sull’interazione tra le opere e il corpo degli spettatori, Wurm, classe 1954, fa di “gioco” e provocazione gli strumenti per indagare e superare i confini materiali e concettuali della scultura. I lavori, irriverenti e di grande impatto, spesso portano in primo piano, in dimensioni monumentali, oggetti di uso comune, coinvolgendo in modo diretto l’osservatore. Ad essere investigati e illustrati sono elementi - e, di rimando, aspetti - intimi del quotidiano, abitualmente confortanti, che, proprio per le grandi e grandissime dimensioni, sembrano incombenti. Sorriso e sorpresa, ma anche malinconia, forse una nota di inquietudine, diventano gli strumenti per sollecitare la riflessione sulla vita e su noi stessi. 

 

Nel percorso, alcune opere iconiche dell’artista. Ecco allora, incorniciata dall'arco di Porta Pinciana, Big Mutter (2015), borsa dell'acqua calda di grandi dimensioni che si regge sulle proprie gambe, omaggio a cura e affetto che le madri dimostrano per i propri figli. Ed ecco Boot, Butter e Boxing Glove (2015-16) nella serie delle Performative Sculptures. Poi, le Sculture Tascabili, serie di borse e valigie su gambe (2017-21). Di opera in opera, ad essere raccontate sono ricerca e filosofia dell’artista, indagate però anche in relazione al luogo e al momento. Così, ad esempio, contemplando Fat House (2003) tornano alla mente eccessi e golosità del cinema felliniano, ma è inevitabile pensare pure al significato di casa, specie in epoca di pandemia, e, ovviamente, al messaggio insito nell'opera che si fa vivace critica alla nostra ossessione per la dieta e per la magrezza. 

 

Via Veneto e, più in generale, Roma, dunque, si rivelano teatro ideale per la riflessione artistica di Wurm. Fuse in alluminio e bronzo e, in questo modo, consacrate all’eternità, le sue Valigie rendono “infinito” l’istante. Oggetti comuni, apparentemente banali, vengono elevati allo status di opere arte. La loro presenza, nel centro storico di Roma, diviene provocazione e invito - ironico ma serio - a meditare su come e quanto si possa dare al quotidiano una dimensione aulica.  La “passeggiata” in via Veneto offre l'occasione, di fatto, per guardarci allo specchio, interrogarci su chi siamo e su come siamo diventati. Magari anche su come vorremmo essere. 

 

Erwin Wurm (Bruck an der Mur, 1954) ha conquistato i riflettori internazionali, a fine anni ‘90 , con le One Minute Sculptures, nelle quali proponeva l’interazione tra le opere e il corpo degli spettatori. Nel tempo, le sue sculture hanno iniziato a prendere fattezze umane. Le sue opere antropomorfe come Big Mutter, Big Coat e le sue Bag, sono appoggiate su gambe con caratteristiche o posture che evocano personalità distinte. Surreale e iperreale allo stesso tempo, il suo lavoro sembra situato in una dimensione esistenzialista a metà tra il piacere e la disperazione. Nella sua serie Verschnittskulpturen di bronzi senza testa costituiti da figure affettate e tagliate a dadini, gli abiti sembrano assumere una vita propria. Wurm ha ricevuto numerosi riconoscimenti: nel 2013, il Gran Premio dallo Stato Austriaco. Nel 2015 è diventato Austriaco dell'anno nella categoria dei Beni Culturali. Ha partecipato due volte alla Biennale di Venezia, la prima alla 54a Biennale di Venezia nel 2011, esponendo la sua installazione Narrow House a Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti nell'ambito dell'evento Glasstress. È tornato a Venezia per la 57a Biennale nel 2017, dove ha rappresentato l'Austria nel padiglione nazionale. 

Il lavoro di Wurm si trova nelle collezioni permanenti di molti musei in tutto il mondo, tra cui MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art di New York, Centre Georges Pompidou di Parigi, Tate Modern di Londra, Museum Ludwig di Colonia, Albertina di Vienna, Baltimore Museum of Art, Kunsthaus Zurich, National Gallery of Victoria a Melbourne, Collezione Peggy Guggenheim di Venezia, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Vancouver Art Gallery e Walker Art Center a Minneapolis.  

Informazioni per il pubblico: 060608 (tutti i giorni, ore 9-19) 

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21.09 | Gianfranco Baruchello | MASSIMODECARLO Pièce Unique

FIGURE DELLA NOTTE (Byebye Flexor) GIANFRANCO BARUCHELLO

FROM TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21st, 2021

MASSIMODECARLO Pièce Unique is delighted to announce its upcoming presentation: Figure della notte (Byebye Flexor), a painting by Gianfranco Baruchello produced between 1997 and 1998.

In resonance with this presentation, Gianfranco Baruchello will present Psicoenciclopedia Possibile at the Kandinsky Library of the Center Pompidou in Paris (September 25 - October 24).

Psicoenciclopedia Possibile will be available for consultation at MASSIMODECARLO Pièce Unique.

MASSIMODECARLO Pièce Unique 57, Rue de Turenne 75003 Paris, France pieceunique@massimodecarlo.com www.massimodecarlopieceunique.fr

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Honoré d’O for PASS 2021

https://www.pass2021.be/honor-do

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Delinquent DLQ825 —- Solidarity project by Honoré d’O for PASS2021

Visitors are invited to drive the artist's car during the exhibition. A visitor can pick up the car key at the PASS2021 reception, Huiseplein, opposite the church in Huise. He/she can travel unlimited kilometers. 1 guest/passenger is allowed. Drive calmly, drive safely. Refuel, if necessary or out of sportsmanship. Use the yellow logbook, write down the date and mileage, leave your email address, take notes. We live in a amazing world that permanently and abundantly expresses its miraculous nature. The participants are asked to share as many photos and videos of their trip as possible.

On 11/08/2021 my Renault Kangoo DLQ825 had driven 495,776 km. It is now aiming for 500,000 km!!!!!, with the help of the public!!!!! Astonishing observation: the circumference of the earth is 40000 km, if DLQ825 reaches the glorious goal of  500,000 km, it will have circled the earth 12.5 times. 12.5 x around the world!!!!!!!!!!!!. Imagine.

Delinquent DLQ825 is a solidarity project in the landcape of a global responsability.

Gent, 11/08/2021, Honoré δ'O

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Aesthetics of Silence | Wei-Ling Contemporary, Malaysia 11/08-28/09/2021

https://weiling-gallery.com/contemporary/portfolio-item/aesthetics-of-silence-11-august-28-september-2021-press-release/

Wei-Ling Contemporary is pleased to present Aesthetics of Silence. Through this curated project, the gallery will be working with a critically acclaimed lineup of international artists from around the world including Arin Rungjang (Thailand), H.H. Lim (Italy), Heather Dewey-Hagborg (USA), Ivan Lam (Malaysia), Melati Suryodarmo (Indonesia), Rajinder Singh (UK/Malaysia), Robert Schaberl (Austria), Roger Ballen (South Africa). The title of the show borrows Susan Sontag’s first essay from her famous oeuvre, Styles of Radical Will (1969), in which she examines how silence mediates the role of art as a form of spirituality, particularly in a globalised world.

In this essay, Sontag wrote, “Every era has to reinvent the project of “spirituality” for itself,” and that “in the modern era, one of the most active metaphors for spiritual projects is art.” To her, art is a form of mystification of the secular culture that characterises the modern times; although its practice could be a form of consciousness, it is also an antidote to consciousness. In an increasingly complex, and noisy world, Sontag believes in “the mind’s need or capacity of self-etrangement”. As the world demands so much from us, and information travels synchronously from all directions, do we give enough precedence to silence? It is at such times that the pursuit of silence is needed, as a space of reflection, or what Sontag calls “a zone of meditation.”

The exhibition focuses on this concept of silence during a timely moment, in which simultaneously worldwide, we are forced to live remotely. All of a sudden, we have been given the space to isolate, sit with ourselves, and unlearn things; a chance to look at what we crave “beyond knowledge” and “beyond speech”, as Sontag terms it. While the exhibition takes Sontag’s essay as an entry point, it offers secondhand interpretations by the featured artists, through their own explorations on the metaphorical notion of silence. And yet, as Sontag points out, silence itself is relational; while it may be the intention of the artist, the audience may have a different perception to their work. “Silence doesn’t exist in a literal sense, however, as the experience of an audience.” Thus, the exhibition interrogates the idea of an individual consciousness through the audience’s participatory experience, and challenges how it could be interconnected through a shared space.

Altogether, the collective exhibition explores how silence could be interpreted through different languages of art, starting from performance, installation, video art, photography, and the written word. In the Aesthetics of Silence, artists commemorate the concept of silence as a state of flux instead of a definitive event or subject, seeing it as a medium to access different notions: social injustice, truth, identity, reality, trauma, fragility, and the human psyche.

About the Artworks Through his 7-channel video work Ravisara (2019), Arin Rungjang explores how memories can be expressed through performative gestures and physical presence without requiring verbal speech. Using text inserts, Rungjang reveals accounts of diasporic Thai women’s experiences of migration, violence, discimination, loss, and abuse of power.

H.H. Lim evokes the power of unspoken words through the neon light installation somanywonderfulsecrets (2021). The piece is accompanied by his two-channel video work Enter the Parallel World (2001/2006), which features himself conducting silent performative acts as metaphors of the life wisdoms he was brought up with.

How do you see me (2019) is Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s attempt to get closer to ‘the other’ that is watching us in silence. “We live in a world where we are constantly being looked at, studied, and analysed.” Two videos (Detection and Recognition) investigate how facial recognition is giving technology the authority and power over our identities.

Ivan Lam takes on performance art through Breathe (2021), a series of video works made on Tik Tok. The work features the artist simply sitting and breathing as an antithesis to the noise of social media. As an extension to his performance piece Human Experiences 66:66:66 (2017), the artist will be conducting a guided breathing session open to visitors.

Melati Suryodarmo’s single-channel film, The Dusk (2010), tangentially reflects upon her upbringing in a culture of silence. While silence is conventionally understood as nothingness or void, The Dusk reveals the elements of psychology and trauma, through abstract moments of silence and movements, or what she conceives as ‘poetical actions’.

During the lockdowns, Rajinder Singh channeled his introspectives into poetry, giving birth to his first poetry book entitled Trapping Silence (2021). Raw and personal, his poems explore human’s fragility in facing difficult times, dealing with isolation, and remembering the past; words that bear witness of a life.

Robert Schaberl continuously challenges himself to discover a perfect combination of materials and forms that engender a meditative feeling and vibration. His circular surfaces initiate transitions of colours when seen through different angles. Therefore to Schaberl, it is only through the experience of the viewer that his artwork is fully realised.

Photographed in Johannesburg between 2015 and 2020, Roger Ballen created and documented a part-human, part-rat creature who lives an isolated life outside of the mainstream society. In the series of photos and videos Roger the Rat, we witness the absurd aspects of human existence and psyche.

Aesthetics of Silence‘ is featured at Wei-Ling Contemporary from 11 August to 28 September 2021.

Wei-Ling Contemporary is located at RT01, Sixth Floor, The Gardens Mall, 59200, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Admission hours are Tuesday – Sunday 11am-7pm.

Exhibition is open by appointment only. For appointments and further assistance, please contact +60322828323 or email weilinggallery.amanda@gmail.com

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“Luce di Pescara” su RADIOARTE 21/06/21 - ore 17.30 www.radioarte.it * - ASCOLTA LA REGISTRAZIONE  MarioPieroni_LuceDiPescara_suRADIOARTE_210621

[embed]https://www.radioartemobile.it/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/MarioPieroni_LuceDiPescara_suRADIOARTE_210621.mp3[/embed]   Le Persone con Mario Pieroni
Pensare alla luminosità di un luogo, di Pescara e descriverla, descrivendo insieme ciò che continua a produrre creativamente un tipo di atmosfera. Adriatico su Pescara è il confine che non esiste, a onde e in aria con le nuvole, un’antica pazienza apre il sorriso dell’azzurro. Una sensibilità che continua a esprimersi con l’arte, una città che ne custodisce molta. “Luce di Pescara”
Pensare alla luminosità di un luogo, di Pescara e descriverla, descrivendo insieme ciò che continua a produrre creativamente un tipo di atmosfera. Adriatico su Pescara è il confine che non esiste, a onde e in aria con le nuvole, un’antica pazienza apre il sorriso dell’azzurro. Una sensibilità che continua a esprimersi con l’arte, una città che ne custodisce molta. 
Le Persone con Mario Pieroni

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'LES RITALS' | GALLERIA CONTINUA - PARIS 19/10/2021 — 12/01/2022

CARLA ACCARDI, MAURIZIO CATTELAN, LUCIO FONTANA, FILIPPO TOMMASO MARINETTI, PIERO MANZONI, MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO, ARMANDO TESTA

With the valuable collaboration of: Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto: Michelangelo Pistoletto, Fondazione Armando Testa, Fondazione Piero Manzoni, Hauser & Wirth: Piero Manzoni, Perrotin: Maurizio Cattelan, Tornabuoni Arte: Carla Accardi et Lucio Fontana

https://www.galleriacontinua.com/exhibitions/les-ritals-340 

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