Future is now

Le Parvis, Scène Nationale Tarbes Pyrénées, Tarbes. 15.06 – 05.10.2024

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Parvis Center for Contemporary Art, the exhibition stands as a historical and institutional survey of half a century of cultural policies and exhibitions in France, addressing and evoking various themes through the venue’s archives and recent works by artists who exhibited there from 1974 to 2024.

In this photo:

Franck Scurti, Social Distancing (Tartan), 2020, brass grating, pulp made from cellulose fiber, 99 x 72 x 5 cm


Van Gogh et les Étoiles

Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles. 01.06- 08.09.2024

Curated by Jean de Loisy and Bice Curiger

Van Gogh’s famous “Starry Night,” one of the masterpieces in the Musée d’Orsay’s collection, is in Arles for the first time.

The exhibition will highlight the scholarly work and research carried out by Vincent van Gogh during his lifetime, through a variety of scientific, historical and poetic approaches. In addition, the work of past and present artists will shed new light on Van Gogh’s work, highlighting his legacy and unwavering strength.

A work by Franck Scurti will also be included in this journey to the stars undertaken through the return of “Starry Night” to the banks of the river that inspired it.

In this photo:

Franck Scurti, Misère d’étoiles, 2005, Blue Jeans, Acrylic paint, ink, walnut, wood


Listening differently

Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg. 15.03 – 08.09.2024

Worlds of sound.They are as diverse as our perception. You can hear them, see them or feel them. Participative and integrative, the exhibition opens up to all visitors active approaches to artworks dedicated to this theme. The electronic works of Peter Vogel, for example, react sometimes visually, sometimes acoustically to the actions of the audience.


Aqua Terra

Fondation François Schneider, Wattwiller. 20.04 – 22.09.2024

Curated by Sarah Guilain

The exhibition showcases contemporary ceramics through the sculptural work of some thirty ceramic artists.

Structured in six parts, the exhibition reveals different universes linked to the aquatic world, transporting visitors from the sunny beach to the marine horizon, from the polar regions to the depths of the ocean. The ceramic sculptures evocatively represent the different sources of inspiration of water, conveying its fragility and delicacy as a precious ecosystem.

In questa foto:

Claire Lindner, Gjósa, 2024, glazed stoneware, 80 x 66 x 50 cm


Pansori. A soundscape of 21st Century

Gwangju Biennale 2024.07.09 – 01.12.2024

Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud

For it’s 30th anniversary, the Gwangju Biennale gathers 73 artists from 30 countires. Pansori. A soundscape of 21st Century is an attempt to map the complexity of the contemporary world, Conflictual borders, anti-migration walls, confinement, social distance, segregation policies.

Bruno MunarI

Bruno Munari. Tutto

Fondazione Magnani-Rocca, Mamiano di Traversetolo, Parma. 16.03 – 30.06.2024

Curated by Marco Meneguzzo

Graphics, objects, works of art, Tutto responds to a design method that is becoming more precise over the years. Italy’s largest exhibition on one of the most iconic design and visual communication figures of the 20th century concentrates seventy years of ideas and work in all fields of creativity, from art to design, graphics to pedagogy.

In this photo:

Bruno Munari, Gran bazar spacca tutto, 1962 study for Gianni Rodari’s book l pianeta degli alberi di Natale


Like a soft blanket over my eyes…

super bien! Berlin. 15.03 – 20.04.2024

In her artistic work, Susanne Kutter often deals with the catastrophic relationship between nature and culture. Again and again, themes emerge such as the loss of security, continuity and order. In this context, she also reflects on the changing role of women in Western society and the increasing disappearance of the bourgeois middle class, traditionally characterized by wealth, education and culture.

For the glass house superbien! Berlin she creates a homely idyll of icy cold and poetic beauty.

In this photo:

Susanne Kutter, Like a soft blanket over my eyes, 2024, fornitures, lamps, found pieces, powder sugar

Will cruickshank


All Saints Church, Jesus Lane, Cambridge. 10–24.03.2024

Revival references the cyclical nature of art and architecture, as in recent years artists have looked to reinterpret and appropriate traditional craft techniques for contemporary expression. The exhibition bridges past and present, fostering a kinship with the makers who came before these contemporary artists.


Nanni Balestrini: One Thousand and One Voices

ADI Design Museum, Milano. 29.02 – 07.04.2024

Curated by Mario Trimarchi

The exhibition aims to tell the story of the historic collaboration between creativity and industry that has always typified the idea of Made in Italy, attentive to the quest for expressive new poetry while often being independent of the commercial logic behind products.

Following the museum’s intent to promote the excellence of Italian design abroad, the exhibition will arrive in Algeria in November.


Nanni Balestrini: One Thousand and One Voices

CIMA – Center for Italian Moder Art, New York. 22.02 – 22.06.2024

Curated by Marco Scotini

The exhibition focuses on two crucial decades in the career of Neoavantgarde artist Nanni Balestrini, the 1960s and 1970s.

The exhibition draws attention to the dual acoustic and visual levels of Balestrini’s word or, rather, to what Paolo Fabbri has called its “phonic-optical indiscernibility.”

In this photo:

Nanni Balestrini, 65000 Ètudiants, 1972, mixed media on panel. Collezione Emilio Mazzoli, Modena



Centre Jacques Brel, Thionville. 26.01. – 23.03.2024

The exhibition is an invitation to observe, pause, and reflect on a resilient nature: plants colonize old walls, sometimes creep into cracks in asphalt, and can be found here and there in our cities and countryside. Oscillating between the real and the imaginary, ten artists recompose a nature that deserves a fresh look.

In this photo:

Claire Lindner, Turning red, 2023, gres smaltato, 44 x 28 x 26 cm


Una tradición moderna

Fundación BilbaoArte, Bilbao. 27.11.2023 – 28.01.2024

Curated by Javier González de Durana

The exhibition, organized on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Bilbao City Council’s contemporary art production center, Fundación BilbaoArte Fundazioa, includes a group of national and international artists who, after their time at BilbaoArte, have gained recognition in the current contemporary art scene.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Tercer tiempo, 2008, indian ink and enamel on paper, 200 x 200 cm


Maurizio Mochetti. Disegni e Progetti

Spazio Premio Licini, Ascoli Piceno 19.11.2023  – 14.01.2024

Curated by Alessandro Zechini

The exhibition focuses on the drawings and projects that characterized Maurizio Mochetti’s artistic journey from the 1960s to the late 1990s.

In this photo:

Maurizio Mochetti, Camouflage, 1979


Immersion. Les origines: 1949-1969

Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne. 04.11.2023 – 03.03.2024

Curated by Choghakate Kazarian and Camille Lévêque-Claudet

With fourteen immersive environments by a range of artists is the first exhibition to look at an emerging practice that was to become one of the major forms of expression starting in the 1990s.

alain urrutia

Tino Grandío. Correspondencias

Centro Obra Social ABANCA, Santiago de Compostela. 26.10.2023 – 22.06.2024

Curated by Cooperativa Performa

The exhibition pays tribute to painter Tino Grandío, on the occasion of the celebration of the centenary of his birth in 2024.

The exhibition project is organized on the basis of the main artistic genres that run through Grandío’s work throughout his career. His works are in dialogue with artists of different generations and disciplines, as in the case of portraits, in tune with the works of Alain Urrutia.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, The Immortal #4, 2022, oil on canvas on panel, 29,5 x 24,5 cm

alain urrutia

Un mundo nuevo por ver

Museo Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao. 23.10.2023 – 18.02.2024

The museum has welcomed a donation of 110 photographs from the prestigious Ordóñez-Falcón Collection, one of the most important private photography and video creation collections in Europe. The donation includes also Katamalo (2010), the work comprised of twelve charcoal drawings by the artist Alain Urrutia.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Katamalo, 2010, oil on canvas, 105 x 150 cm each

Valentina d’Amaro

Italian Painting Today

La Triennale, Milano. 25.10.2023 – 11.02.2024

Curated by Damiano Gullì

A large group exhibition dedicated to contemporary Italian painting through the work of 120 of the most interesting Italian artists of different generations, born between 1960 and 2000. The exhibition aims to restore the richness and complexity of Italian painting.

In this photo:

Valentina D’Amaro, Untitled, 2020, Switzerland series, oil on canvas, 105 x 150 cm

ALain urrutia

Framed [Room #10]

Kewenig Galerie, Berlin. October 2023

The exhibition is part of Kewenig Galerie’s monthly program [12 Rooms]. Works by artist Alain Urrutia are displayed in an architecturally unique space adjacent to the gallery.

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Framed, 2023, oil on linen


HEIMATEN. Eine Ausstellung und Umfrage

Freilichtmuseum Molfsee, Molfsee. 15.09.2023 – 21.07.2024

With this exhibition, the Freilichtmuseum Molfsee tackles the concept of “home” and deliberately breaks with classical notions of this emotionally charged topic, which is often controversially discussed and instrumentalized politically and commercially. Home is not (just) a place, but a multifaceted entity that each of us has to negotiate every day. Home is not simply there, but is constantly changing.

In this photo:

Susanne Kutter, Die Zuckerdose, 2010, video 9′ 47″, videoframe



La Galleria Nazionale, Roma. 20.09 – 19.11.2023

Curated by Giuseppe Appella

As part of the celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the birth of Lucanian poet Rocco Scotellaro, the exhibition welcomes 45 artists from seven generations who have had constant relationships with poetry. It is a comparison that aims to highlight the word-image relationship, starting precisely from Scotellaro’s broad interests.

ALberto biasi


Palazzo della Cultura, Catania. 07.09.2023 – 07.01.2024

Curated by Raffaella Bozzini and Giuseppe Stagnizza

More than 130 works by 80 Italian artists, among the most important and significant of the 20th century, who revolutionised international artistic and cultural history. A thematic and immersive journey through the history of Italian art from the early 20th century to the present day.

In this photo:

Alberto Biasi, Dinamica Obliqua, 1966, PVC relief on panel, diagonal 207 x 162 cm


High Spirits

Monopol, Berlin. 13 – 17.09.2023

Curated by Dorothea von Hantelmann

On the occasion of the Berlin Art Week, Alain Urrutia participates in the group show with the recent project Regards sur le regards. The exhibition will take place in the space of the old factory Monopol Berlin.

Will Cruickshank


Arnolfini Arts, Bristol. 08.07 – 01.10.2023

The exhibition featuring 21 contemporary international artists and makers, who use textiles as their chosen medium. Celebrating material and making, these artists use the storytelling power of textiles to connect with past traditions, find commonalities between cultures, time and place, and to ‘breathe stories into materials’.

In this photo:

Will Cruickshank, Wound Frame No. 3, 2022, mixed yarn, wood, grip tape, 77 x 77 x 70 cm

Ugo La Pietra

Attrezzature urbane per la collettività

ADI Design Museum, Milano. 15.06 – 10.09.2023

The exhibition refers to Ugo La Pietra’s research on the relationship between the individual and the environment and in particular the urban collective space. The exhibition is developed through a series of two-dimensional works, furniture, three-dimensional objects, films, a ballot box, and cards for the public.

In this photo:

Ugo La Pietra, Riconversione progettuale Mobilebar, 2016

Foto Tiziano Doria, Courtesy BIANCON 


Lo Spazio, il Vuoto, l’Orizzonte

Fondazione Pino Pascali, Polignano a Mare. 10.06 – 24.09.2023

Curated by Antonio Frugis and Marco Tonelli

The exhibition retraces the milestones of the Roman artist’s career through eight environmental installations conceived and realised between 1974 and 2023. The exhibition highlights the artist’s analysis of certain themes related to space, in relation to the concepts of “emptiness” and “horizon”, developing a peculiar, unprecedented and innovative attitude.

In this photo:

Maurizio Mochetti, Palle, 1988

Photo Giorgio Benni, Courtesy MACRO e Maurizio Mochetti

Claire Lindner

Still Motion

Musée Theodore Deck, Guebwiller. 17.06 – 03.09.2023

The exhibition presents the result of the work undertaken this year by artist Claire Lindner during her research and creation residency at the European Institute of Ceramic Arts (IEAC). A work that fascinates and amazes with the intensity of the colours, the expressiveness of the curves and the dynamism of the shapes inspired by the organic world and its life force.

In this photo:

Claire Lindner, Envol n°2, 2023, grés chamotté et ailes de bécasse, 36 x 26 x 18 cm

Alain Urrutia

La distancia que hay entre A y B es la misma que entre B y A

Museo Municipal de Arte Contemporaneo Conde Duque, Madrid. 08.06.2023 – 08.06.2024

The exhibition opens a dialogue between the Madrid City Council’s Municipal Collection of Contemporary Art and the Mariano Yera Collection, creating a dialogue between different ways of collecting, between public and private collecting, between the idea of geometry and replication, between figurative and abstract, between genres and generations, between seeing and looking. The exhibition revolves around that diatribe, that process full of dilemmas and undertakings where the thought becomes an idea, where the idea becomes an image and where the image generates a message

In this photo:

Alain Urrutia, Judith VIII, 2012, oil on canvas, 130 x 160 cm

Andrea Branzi

Racconti di design

CSAC – Abbazia di Valserena, Parma. 27.05 – 01.10.2023

The exhibition offers a journey through the investigation of design through different media conducted by Andrea Branzi, an undisputed protagonist of the reflection on contemporaneity and the role of design as a field of experimentation.

Ugo La Pietra

Abitare la città. Opere 1969-2022

Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera – Ex Chiesa di San Carpoforo, Milano. 22.05 – 17.06.2023

The exhibition brings together Ugo La Pietra’s most significant works from the 1960s to the present day on the theme of Inhabiting the City.

Franck Scurti

L’Argent dans l’art

Monnaie de Paris, Paris. 30.03 – 24.09.2023

The exhibition traces more than 20 centuries of art history on the theme of the complex relationship between Art and Money, from antiquity and its myths to the present day, presenting around one hundred and fifty pieces from different horizons of art history.

In this photo:

Franck Scurti, Lux-vision, 2021-2022, Murano glass, lead, painted steel, 40 x 40 x 3 cm


Momentum – Die Kunst des Augenblicks

Neues Museum, Nürnberg. 26.05 – 24.09.2023

The notion of “momentum” is highly topical, becoming key to descriptions of our current times. Twelve artists were invited to engage with this abstract, elusive moment, contrasting it with sensory experience and visualization, with works ranging from photography to cinema, from performances to installations.

In this photo:

Susanne Kutter, Less Home n. 3, 2023, lightbox, 25 x 33,5 x 54,5 cm, detail

Franck Scurti

Family tree

Boghossian Foundation, Bruxelles. 02.03 – 28.05.2023

The Boghossian Foundation presents the works of twenty contemporary artists who, through a multiplicity of narrative forms, create a path of personal and group experiences on the theme of the family.

In this photo:

Franck Scurti, Family tree, 2014, charcoal, scrapers, burnt matches, matchboxes

Alberto Biasi in the exhibition "Salto nel vuoto. Arte al di là della materia" at GAMeC in Bergamo, curated by Lorenzo Giusti and Domenico Quaranta.

Alberto Biasi, Dinamica ottica, 1962-67, PVC and wood

Alberto Biasi

Salto nel vuoto. Arte al di là della materia

GAMeC, Bergamo. 03.02 – 28.05.2023

Curated by Lorenzo Giusti and Domenico Quaranta

Specifically, looks at those artists who, at different times, have investigated the dimension of the void in relation to the theme of matter – thus denying it in substance or identifying it as a mere ideal or imaginative dimension – or whose work has proved capable of reflecting epochal changes in the perception of the material dimension and in material culture itself, introduced by the emergence of the paradigms of software and computerization, as well as by the digital revolution and its social absorption.

In this photo:

Alberto Biasi, Dinamica ottica, 1962-67, PVC and wood

Claire Lindner for the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize at the Noguchi Museum, New York

Claire Lindner, Buisson n°2, 2021, glazed stoneware

claire lindner

Loewe Foundation Craft Prize

Noguchi Museum, New York. 17.05 – 18.06.2023

The Loewe Foundation Handicraft Prize selected 30 finalists from 16 different countries, chosen for their technical skills, artistic vision and mastery of materials, from over 2,700 submitted works. Among the finalists is Claire Lindner’s work, a dynamic sculptural object vibrant in form and colour. The finalists’ works will be exhibited at the Noguchi Museum in New York.

In this photo:

Claire Lindner, Buisson n°2, 2021, glazed stoneware

Franck Scurti's work in the exhibition "Flags", at the Boghossian Foundation, Bruxelles

Franck Scurti, I love you = Uno, 2019

Franck Scurti


Boghossian Foundation, Bruxelles. 29.09.2022 – 22.01.2023

Curated by Alfred Pacquement

With this exhibition, the Boghossian Foundation explores the question of territory, multiple identities and intercultural dialogue, seeking to bring together the uses of the flag in modern and contemporary art in a transnational path of exchange and comparison.

In this photo:

Franck Scurti, I love you = Uno, 2019

Photo by Lola Pertsowsky

Christian Megert in the exhibition "Epoche ZERO - Die Sammlung Lenz Schönberg zu Gast", at the Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Ahlen


Epoche ZERO – Die Sammlung Lenz Schönberg zu Gast

Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Ahlen. 06.11.2022 – 12.02. 2023

The Lenz Schönberg Private Collection, collected over many decades by Gerhard and Anna Lenz out of a passion for art and in friendly dialogue with artists, is now on display at the Kunstmuseum Ahlen. What special quality does ZERO develop today, in the age of digitalisation? What individual experiences are revealed in silent contemplation, in focusing? The exhibition is an invitation to perceive and discover.

Claire Lindner in the exhibition "Formes vivantes", at the Manufacturee et Musée Nationaux in Sèvres.

Claire Lindner, Blue Flow n°4, 2019, glazed stoneware, 37 x 38 x 36 cm

Claire LIndner

Formes vivantes

Manufacturee et Musée Nationaux, Sèvres. 09.11.2022 – 07.05.2023

With almost 350 works, from Renaissance ceramics to the present day, set against paintings, pieces of silverware or scientific objects with which they are put into perspective, the exhibition questions our relationship with living beings and highlights the links between the mineral world, which comes from the earth, and the living world, the organic, animal and plant world.

In this photo:

Claire Lindner, Blue Flow n°4, 2019, glazed stoneware, 37 x 38 x 36 cm

Piero Gilardi in the exhibition "Tutto ciò che è, è nella natura" at the Museo della Città in Livorno.

Piero gilardi

Tutto ciò che è, è nella natura

Museo della Città, Livorno. 28.05.2022 – 08.01.2023

The anthological exhibition comprehensively covers the entire half-century of the Turin artist’s activity, ranging from the works of the 1960s, to the design objects, to the drawings, posters and masks, culminating in the works of the new millennium.

Piero Gilardi'solo show "Gilardi: Tappeto-Natura" at Magazzino Italian Art in New York, curated by Elena Re.

Piero Gilardi

Gilardi: Tappeto-Natura

Magazzino Italian Art, New York. 07.05.2022 – 09.01.2023
Curated by Elena Re

Through an ample selection of works, the exhibition seeks to recount and illuminate the experience of a pioneering artist who, at the height of the 1960s, opened a dialogue between Italy and the United States, and who remains committed to investing in the formation of an international artistic community that embodies the tie between art and life.

Benjamin Cohen in the exhibition "Studio Response #3" at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

Benjamin Cohen, plastic monastic, 2021, stainless steel, bio resin, plastic, silicone, birch plywood, UV glazed archival image, steel bolts, 130,5 x 76,5 x 15,5 cm

Benjamin cohen

Studio Response #3

Saatchi Gallery, London. 22.10.2022 – 05.12.2022

With the Studio Response #3 project Saatchi Gallery collaborates with various curators to select works direct from the studios of artists in order to present a diverse and experimental range of artworks.

In this photo:

Benjamin Cohen, plastic monastic, 2021, stainless steel, bio resin, plastic, silicone, birch plywood, UV glazed archival image, steel bolts, 130,5 x 76,5 x 15,5 cm

Alberto Biasi in the exhibition "L'occhio in gioco" at Palazzo del Monte di Pietà, in Padova. The exhibition is curated by Massimo Grassi, Giovanni Galfano, Guido Bartorelli e Andrea Bobbio.

In this photo:

Alberto Biasi, Visione dinamica, 1964, cardboard and methacrylate, 50 x 50 cm

ALberto biasi

L’occhio in gioco

Palazzo del Monte di Pietà, Padova. 24.09.2022 – 26.02.2023

Curated by Massimo Grassi, Giovanni Galfano, Guido Bartorelli e Andrea Bobbio

The exhibition, organised as part of the celebrations for the 800th anniversary of the University of Padua’s history and activities, provides an opportunity to engage with art, photography, miniature art, sculpture and technology, in the pursuit of investigating the relationship between art and science.

In this photo:

Alberto Biasi, Visione dinamica, 1964, cardboard and methacrylate, 50 x 50 cm, detail

Alberto Biasi and Christian Megert in the exhibition "Lejos del vacío. ZERO y el arte de posguerra en Europa" at IVAM in Valencia, curated by Bartomeo Marí.


Lejos del vacío. ZERO y el arte de posguerra en Europa

IVAM, Valencia. 30.09.2022 – 12.02.2023

Curated by Bartomeo Marí

Reflecting on ZERO and the contemporary groups that shared this spirit, the exhibition brings together over one hundred works by more than thirty artists, as well as numerous documents and archives, who shared the ambition of ‘starting from scratch’ for a new way of making and enjoying art.

Alberto Biasi and Christian Megert at the exhibition "Mouvement. Hommage à Denise Renè" at Bonisson Art Center in Rognes, curated by Denis Kilian.


Mouvement. Hommage à Denise Renè

Bonisson Art Center, Rognes. 08.10.2022 – 08.01.2023

Curated by Denis Kilian

The exhibition presents more than fifty works by forty artists and offers an overview of Kinetic Art, one of the major movements in 20th century art.

Claire Lindner in the exhibition "Toucher terre" at Fondation Villa D'Atris, L’Isle sur la Sorgue.

Claire Lindner, The Fall, 2021, glazed stoneware


Toucher terre

Fondation Villa D’Atris, L’Isle sur la Sorgue. 27.05 – 01.11.2022

The Foundation explores the art of ceramic sculpture by bringing together more than 130 works by 100 historical, contemporary and emerging French and international artists who question social and environmental issues in their work.

In this photo:

Claire Lindner, The Fall, 2021, glazed stoneware

Christian Megert in the exhibition "Reflections - Spiegelwelten" at Museum für Konkrete Kunst in Ingolstadt.


Reflections – Spiegelwelten

Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt. 09.10.2022 – 05.03.2023

The Museum für Konkrete Kunst presents large-scale sculptures, paintings, photographs and installations by almost 30 artists, including pioneering figures from Concrete and Kinetic Art as well as contemporary artists, made with reflective elements and materials, focusing on the principle of reflection.

Alain Urrutia for the Basque Artist Program, 2015-19 at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, curated by Lucía Agirre and Geaninne Gutiérrez-Guimarães.

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


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

Alberto Biasi in the exhibition "Sensorama" at
MAN in Nuoro, curated by Chiara Gatti and Tiziana Cipelletti.



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.

Axel Lieber for the Summer Exhibition 2022 in
Stockholm, curated by  Frida Cornell.

Axel Lieber, Take Away, 2022 - Gubbängstorget, Stockholm


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 in the exhibition "Against Nature" at MOCO in Montpellier, curated by Caroline Chabrand.

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

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 in the exhibition "Plasmare il disegno" at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Roma.

Roberto Almagno, Senza titolo 1, 2022, wood

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 in the exhibition "Una historia del arte reciente (1960-2020) II" at Museu Fundación Juan March, Palma de Mallorca.

Alain Urrutia, Aktionismus, 2008

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 in the exhibition "Stille im Auge des Zyklons" at Marburger Kunstverein, Marburg.

Susanne Kutter, Der Wald steht schwarz und schweiget (The Forest Stands Dark and Silent), 2021

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