Basque Artist Program, 2015 – 19

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao. 08.07 – 06.09.2022

Curated by Lucía Agirre and Geaninne Gutiérrez-Guimarães

This exhibition brings together artworks by ten artists who participated in the Basque Artist Program, a joint initiative of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Memento, 2021 – ongoing, oil on linen, wood, mirror, linen and vintage offset prints



MAN, Nuoro. 08.07 – 30.10.2022

Curated by Chiara Gatti and Tiziana Cipelletti

SENSORAMA adopts the model of the Museum of Illusions in a cultured and original way. With their works, contemporary artists and videomakers explore the relationship between Vision and Perception. The aim is to show the complexity of cognitive phenomena and the “pleasure” of being deceived.


Summer Exhibition 2022

Stockholm. 23.05 – 11.09.2022

Curated by Frida Cornell

Now in its fifth edition, the exhibition takes place in conjunction with the Living Stockholm project, in pedestrian streets, squares and pop-up parks.

In this photo:

Axel Lieber, Take Away, 2022 – Gubbängstorget, Stockholm

Claire lindner

Against Nature

MOCO, Montpellier. 21.05 – 04.09.2022

Curated by Caroline Chabrand

Against Nature is an exhibition inhabited by insolent, hybrid shapes made of clay and ename, grotesque creatures that compose a luxuriant, original, mysterious, troubling. The works gathered concern ceramics less as folklore than as modeling and alchemy, technique, and magic.

In this photo:

Claire Lindner, Enchevêtrement Vertical, 2022, glazed stoneware, 120 x 100 cm

Roberto almagno

Plasmare il disegno

Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Roma 05.05 – 28.06.2022

Roberto Almagno’s exhibition presents his most recent artistic production through a site-specific installation created for the museum.

In this photo:

Roberto Almagno, Senza titolo 1, 2022, wood

Photo by Roberto Almagno

Alain Urrutia

Una historia del arte reciente (1960-2020) II

Museu Fundación Juan March, Palma de Mallorca, 09.03 – 09.07.2022

The Juan March Foundation and DKV Seguros present a group exhibition that traces the recent history of Spanish art performed between the second half of the Twentieth Century and the first two decades of the Twenty-First Century.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Aktionismus, 2008

Susanne Kutter

Stille im Auge des Zyklons

Marburger Kunstverein, Marburg. 08.10 – 18.11.2021

Susanne Kutter presents new multidisciplinary installations designed specifically for the exhibition.

In this photo:

Susanne Kutter, Der Wald steht schwarz und schweiget (The Forest Stands Dark and Silent), 2021, ball with brocken mirror shards, motor, wooden leftovers, poured cement

Music: a young woman sings the german song “Abendlied (Evening song)

3:20 min.

Photo by Christian Stein


The Pescara’s recording

Fondazione Zimei, Montesilvano. 09.10.2021 – 15.01.2022

Curated by Massimiliano Scuderi

A specific project that comes from a research operated on the site and starts from the artist’s idea of narrating the city buzz; which is the background noise – consisting of fragments of materials and building waste – that ‘plays’ plastically in a constant manner inside the urban space and is peculiar of every place.

In this photo:

Franck Scurti, Packaged noise #3, 2021, wood, copper, 90 x 70 x 140 cm


Studiolo. Una mirada a la colección de Candela Álvarez Soldevilla

Museo Lazaro Galdiano, Madrid. 20.10.2021 – 30.01.2022

Curated by Alicia Ventura

The Lázaro Galdiano Museum presents Studiolo. Una mirada a la colección de Candela Álvarez Soldevilla. More than a hundred works having a link in common: the representation of the head as a container of thought.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Alienation III, 2014, oil on canvas, 35 x 35 cm

Ugo la pietra

Abitare è essere ovunque a casa propria

Fondazione Zimei, Montesilvano. 02.07 – 02.09.2021

Curated by Massimiliano Scuderi

The relationship between the interior and exterior of man-made environments, and the many implications that govern our way of inhabiting contemporary towns and cities, is the main theme of the retrospective exhibition dedicated to Ugo La Pietra. 

In this photo:

Ugo La Pietra, Interno-Esterno. Casetta, 1982

Photo by Massimo Camplone


Una historia del arte reciente (1960-2020)

Museo de Arte Abstracto Español, Cuenca. 22.06.2021 – 16.01.2022

The Juan March Foundation and DKV Seguros present a group exhibition that traces the recent history of Spanish art performed between the second half of the Twentieth Century and the first two decades of the Twenty-First Century.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Beheaded Hans IV, 2012, oil on canvas. DKV Collection


Pintura. Renovación permanente

Patio Herreriano. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Español, Valladolid. 06.03 – 05.09.2021

Curated by Mariano Navarro

The exhibition seeks to shed light on two moments of great importance in the context of Spain’s contemporary painting. These are, on the one hand, the years between the late 60’s and the decade of the1970’s, and on the other, the final years of the Nineties and the beginning of the New Century.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, PANDO, 2018-2019, oil on linen, 21 x 15 cm

nanni balestrini

La violència illustrada

La Virreina, Barcelona. 19.03 – 23.05.2021

The first Spanish solo show of Nanni Balestrini. The exhibition is organised in collaboration with the Soprintendenza archivistica e bibliografica of Lazio.

In this photo:

Nanni Balestrini, La Polizia, 1972

ALberto Biasi

Tra realtà e immaginazione

Palazzo Ferro Fini, Venezia. 07.05 – 18.07.2019

On the occasion of the 58th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, Palazzo Ferro Fini present the exhibition Tra realtà e immaginazione, promoted by the regional Council of Veneto in close collaboration with the Alberto Biasi Archive and the Alberto Peruzzo Foundation.


Hocus Pocus

MAC – Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Lissone. 04.05 – 21.07.2019

Curated by Alberto Zanchetta

Four contemporary artists, Vincent Beaurin, Oren Pinhassi, Felix Schramm e Marco Tirelli, discuss the theme of the disappearance/reappearance of the object and the crossing of surfaces.

In this photo:

Hocus Pocus, exhibition view, MAC 2019

Photo by Mattia Mognetti


Gli ambienti

Fondazione Palazzo Pretorio, Cittadella. 29.05 – 06.11.2016

Curated by Guido Bartorelli

For the first time the sequence of all AlbertoBiasi’s environments, created since the starting of his artistic career, is presented in a big solo exhibition.

Photo by Mauro Magliani