Saturday Oct. 2nd 2010 at 3pm with a reception at 6pm
Hagerty Hall building, at 128 Montrose Avenue at Manhattan Ave, North Brooklyn


MIA's Open Studios will feature the work of:
Lotte Allen, Bob Bellerue, Melinda Beretta, Per Billgren, Alicja Bronk-Zdunowski, Milano Chow, Lior Shvil, Grayson Cox, Kerry Cox, Andrea Galvani, Charlotte Ghiorse, Eric Ramos Guerrero, Isla Hanson, Tim Hyde, Don Leistman, Nadja Marcin, Ray Oglesby, Janice Purvis, Kenya Robinson, Jesse Weiss, Dena Yago


MIA Trinity Project is a special collaboration between the Department of Fine Arts of the Columbia University and the Most Holy Trinity-St. Mary’s Parish in East Williamsburg.


Curated by Patrizia Sandretto Rebaudengo, Luca Massimo Barbero, Eduardo Cicelyn, Alberto Fiz, Anna Mattirolo,Ludovico Pratesi, Gianluca Winkler


Museo ex Centrale Montemartini, Rome, Italy
Opening October 21 2010 6 - 8 pm | running through November 9 th 2010


Featured artists : Giovanni Ozzola, Lorenzo Cassarà, Adele Ceraudo, Manuele Cerutti, Raffaele Crispino, Sabine Delafon, Francesco Fossati, Andrea Galvani, Luca Trevisani, Paolo Pennuti

Opening Saturday September 4th, 2010, 7:00pm
Venue: Studio Tommaseo, via del Monte 2/1, Trieste (Italy)

Curated by Julia Trolp

Artists: Alterazioni Video, Gea Casolaro, Beatrice Catanzaro, Nemanja Cvijanovic, Raphaelle de Groot, Andrea De Stefani, Paola Di Bello, Nico Dockx, Johanna Domke, Andrea Galvani, Stella Geppert, Bernardo Giorgi, Alban Hajdinaj, Luzia Hurzeler, Valentina Miorandi, Ulrike Mohr, Ciprian Muresan, Andrea Nacciarriti, Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh, Giovanni Oberti, Giovanni Ozzola, Alessandro Piangiamore, Cesare Pietroiusti, Wilfredo Prieto, Riccarda Roggan, Martina Sauter, Albrecht Schafer, Marinella Senatore, Heidi Specker, Asli Sungu, Nasan Tur, Enzo Umbaca, Luca Vitone, Driant Zeneli

What could be defined today as unique, incomparable, extraordinary or valuable? Which are the things, the moments and the situations that stand out from the ordinary and increasingly fast flow of our daily life and thus become something exceptional or special? The curator Julia Trolp asked this question to 34 artists who answered with photographs accompanied by short texts. From 4 September to 16 October 2010 Trieste Contemporanea and L’Officina present the answers of these artists in an international exhibition at Studio Tommaseo in Trieste. The original works will not be displayed, but only the prints of the photographs will be, therefore the only work on show and the true protagonist of the exhibition will be an 80 pages publication.
The conceptual resort to the publication expresses the main feature of a photograph, namely that it can be reproduced. At the same time it draws on Walter Benjamin’s thought who wrote in his famous essay of 1936 that “to ask for the ‘authentic’ print makes no sense”.
Therefore, shape and content, reproduction and uniqueness stand in clean-cut contrast and the exhibition is 34 time uniqueness without unique works.

On the Giornata del Contemporaneo AMACI on 9 October the curator will discuss the questions raised by the exhibition together with some artists and the public at 6:30 pm.

duration: September 4th to October 16th, 2010
production: Trieste Contemporanea e L’Officina (Brainwork Project)
in collaboration with Studio Tommaseo
supported by Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia, Provincia di Trieste
with the participation of Casa dell’Arte
opening times Monday to Saturday, 5pm-8pm, admission free

info telephone +39 040 639187 / tscont@tin.it / www.triestecontemporanea.it

the Italian/English publication L’UNICO/THE ONLY ONE is published in 1000 copies 

Curated by Sonia Dutton

Artists: Erik Benson, Alejandro Cartagena, Paul Fusco, Andrea Galvani, Uwe Henneken, Scott Hocking, Shay Kun, Richard Mosse, Lori Nix, Rosario Lopez Parra, Cecelia Phillips, Aleix Plademunt, Ben Rivers, Amy Sacksteder, Adam Schreiber, Xaviera Simmons, Barry Stone, Alexander Ugay, Harvey Wang, Jan Wattjes, Zachary Wollard

"I love above all the sight of vegetation resting upon old ruins; this embrace of nature, coming swiftly to bury the work of man the moment his hand is no longer there to defend it, fills me with deep and ample joy."
-Gustave Flaubert, 19th century

Champion's debut exhibition Interrupted Landscapes looks at depictions of wilderness versus man-made structures and explores tensions of perspective put forth through new drawings, photographs, and installation by international artists.

Champion | 800 Brazos St., Austin TX 78701 USA
Private View Thursday September 16, 5–7 PM
Duration: September 16 – October 16, 2010
Info: T 512 354 1035 F 512 354 7536 | mail@championcontemporary.com

Curated by Daniele Capra and Carlo Sala
Palazzo Piazzoni Parravicini
Opening Tuesday August 31th all 6.30 pm

Elena Arzuffi, Andrea Bianconi, Matteo Fato, Anna Galtarossa, Andrea Galvani, Antonio Guiotto, Jacopo Mazzonelli, Marco Raparelli, Antonio Riello, Alberto Scodro, Michele Spanghero e Nicola Toffolini

Palazzo Piazzoni Parravicini
Via Calcada 14, Vittorio Veneto, Italy
duration: September 1th to October 24th, 2010
opening times: Friday and Saturday, 4pm-7pm, Sunday 10am- 12pm and 4pm-6pm admission free

info: +39 0438 553969 capra@comodamente.it
Press office: Studio ESSECI - Sergio Campagnolo www.studioesseci.net 

Saturday May 29th 2010, 7 PM
Curated by Maria Rosa Sossai

In occasione dell’apertura del Maxxi, Ines Musumeci Greco apre la sua casa al pubblico ospitando un incontro tra Andrea Galvani e Maria Rosa Sossai.
L’evento si costituisce di un atto di carattere perfomativo che è in se stesso una riflessione aperta sulle dinamiche strutturali di cui la Lecture si compone.

CASA MUSUMECI GRECO Via della Mercede, 11 - Roma
I posti in sala sono limitati. Info e prenotazioni: +39 335 6126880

Workspace Artists-in-Residence 2009/2010

125 Maiden Lane, 9th and 14th Floors. NYC
Opening Reception Friday, April 30, 7-9PM


Artists: Elia Alba, Becca Albee, Jonathan Allen, Michael Paul Britto, Brian Clifton, Zachary Fabri, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Andrea Galvani, Asuka Goto, Liz Magic Laser, Deana Lawson, Monica Martinez, Amanda Mathis, Kristine Moran, Justine Reyes, Kenya Robinson, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Daniel Turner, Rebecca Veit and Kathryn Hillier, Claudia Weber.


Workspace is LMCC's 9-month studio residency program serving emerging international visual artists and writers working in all media and genres from painting to video, sculpture to photography, poetry to playwriting. Studios are located in unique spaces generously donated by the downtown real estate community.
The events are free and open to the public.  


125 Maiden Lane, 9th and 14th Floors. NYC
Opening Reception Friday, April 30, 7-9PM

8th May 2010 - 22nd August 2010

Curated by: Giorgio Verzotti
Catalogue essay by Hans-Ulrich Obrist
MART Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto

About 80 works – paintings, photographs, sculptures, installations and video – from the AGI Verona Collection, which has always dedicated itself to seeking out new talent, will be exhibited in the Mart’s rooms.
The AGI Verona Collection was founded in 1989 at the behest of five collectors from Verona, who joined together with a shared desire to support contemporary art. Over 500 works have entered the collection so far, made using different artistic languages and techniques, offering varying poetics and provenance, with artists from outside Italy forming the majority. AGI has always focused on buying young and emerging talent; for the most part, the works entered the collection the same year they were made. The young artists and new hopes have represented a continuous challenge, matching a collecting sensitivity that has always sought to capture the new and topical, in order to register the changes and transformations under way in the history of art.

The “Languages and Experimentationss” exhibition, curated by Giorgio Verzotti and with a catalogue essay by Hans-Ulrich Obrist, is part of a cycle of exhibitions the Mart is dedicating to the promotion of private collections of particular worth; new or long-standing, they share an important role in the history of Italian collecting.
About 20 works will remain on long-term loan to the museum and will form part of the Permanent Collection.
Through the lens of the AGI Verona collection, the exhibition enables the visitor to focus on the current complex international artistic scene in Europe, America and Asia as regards young emerging talent. Many of these are now gaining an international reputation but were still ‘emerging’ when acquired by the AGI Verona. Among the artists present are Mircea Cantor, Jeremy Deller, Cyprien Gaillard, Carlos Garaicoa, Django Hernandez, Gabriel Kuri, Jonathan Monk, Anri Sala, Simon Starling, Tomas Saraceno, Tino Sehgal; and from Italy: Francesco Vezzoli, Nico Vascellari, Luca Trevisani, Piero Golia, Anna Galtarossa, Lara Favaretto, Gianni Caravaggio, Luca Pozzi, Emanuele Becheri, Alberto Tadiello and Andrea Galvani. 

Artericambi and Studio la Citta’ together at Art Cologne 2010

Victor Alimpiev, Gabriele Basilico, Nick Cave, Lynn Davis
Arthur Duff, Anna Galtarossa, Andrea Galvani, Jacob Hashimoto, Hiroyuki Masuyama, Giovanni Morbin, Giulio Paolini.

Halle 11.2
Stand E – 005
21 > 25 April 2010 

Curated by Daniela Zangrando

Opening 20th of February 2010, 16.30
Perarolo di Cadore, Belluno, Italy
20.02.2010 - 20.03.2010

From Monday to Friday, 16.00 - 18.00
Saturday and Sunday, 14.00 - 18.00
closed on Tuesdays

For more information please contact:
Info point: Il Covo dei Zater, via Regina Margherita, 3
T 0435 501339


Andrea Galvani is NYU Visiting Artist 2010 and, until next autumn, he will work in the AMS Advanced Media School of the Visual Art Department of New York University; the artist will be given backup by the Barney Building printing laboratories.This appointment follows the Workspace Grant awarded him by the LMCC Lower Manhattan Cultural Council last September.
The authoritative board for the annual American residence programme, which is among most competitive in NYC, has in fact selected his work from more than 900 international candidates.

The artist is supported by the State of New York, the Jerome Foundation and, among others, Trinity Real Estate and Silverstein Properties Inc. He has at his disposal a studio on the tenth floor of 77 Water Street, in the historical area of Wall Street, where he is undertaking a full programme of talks and studio visits. His first Open Studio is planned for next March 2010, concurrently with The Armory Show

IL CIELO IN UNA STANZA / THE SKY IN A ROOM: an eccentric view of the landscape
Opening Friday Luly 17th 2009 7pm
GC. AC - Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone, Italy
Curated by Andrea Bruciati
Artists: Marco Campanini, Marco Citron, Emanuele Colombo, Ettore Favini, Michael Fliri, Linda Fregni Nagler, Christian Frosi, Andrea Galvani, Luigi Ghirri, Claudio Gobbi, Andreas Golinski, Stefano Graziani / Giulia Nomis, Teodoro Lupo, Domenico Mangano, Tancredi Mangano, Margherita Morgantin, Giovanni Ozzola, Andrea Pertoldeo, Daniele Pezzi, Alessandro Piangiamore, Claudia Pozzoli, Antonio Rovaldi, Sara Rossi, Richard Sympson, Nicola Uzunovski, Franco Vaccari.

Quando sei qui con me / questa stanza non ha più pareti / ma alberi, alberi infiniti quando sei qui vicino a me / questo soffitto viola / no, non esiste più.
Io vedo il cielo sopra noi / che restiamo qui / abbandonati / come se non ci fosse più / niente, più niente al mondo.
(Gino Paoli, Mogol, Il cielo in una stanza, 1960).

L’approccio post-romantico al paesaggio, colto e talvolta sottilmente ironico che ha caratterizzato molta della nostra produzione fotografica dagli anni Settanta fino ai primi Novanta, è andato progressivamente trasformandosi e dilatandosi in un sempre più evidente e aggressivo lavoro di documentazione e manifestazione delle mutazioni ambientali, industriali e post-industriali in atto nel nostro Paese. Come ovunque del resto, ricerche sovente proposte in forma di racconto o di raccolta di immagini quasi inaspettatamente obbligavano il pubblico a riflettere, a domandarsi la ragione dei contenuti, e non solo a contemplare gli scatti riprodotti.

Con una selezione fra i più giovani ma già autori della scena fotografica italiana, la rassegna IL CIELO IN UNA STANZA tenta la codificazione di un linguaggio differente, frutto di una ricerca che nasce da un gioco tra continuità e rottura e pertanto volta ad un confronto critico e dialettico con la tradizione. Non vi sono sinergie fra le opere presentate ma una comune capacità di intenti, un dialogo fra inquadrature apparentemente differenti ma concepite su un comune sentire, basate su una rinnovata fiducia nella sintesi della narrazione. A conferma della sua natura aperta, il dialogo si evolve e modifica rispondendo alle varie sollecitazioni: a dispetto dell’attuale crisi vi è la necessità di elaborare una risposta sì perturbativa ma fondativa, che immagini un diverso atteggiamento nei confronti del futuro prossimo.

IL CIELO IN UNA STANZA . Per una osservazione eccentrica del paesaggio
GC. AC - Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone, Italy

Piazza Cavour 44 Info: +39 0481 494 360 / galleria@comune.monfalcone.go.it / www.galleriamonfalcone.it


Solo Exhibition | Impulse Pulse Prize

Miami Pulse Fair


Artericambi, Booth Number I - 103
December 3, 10am-1pm Press and VIP Private Preview
1pm-8pm Open to the public
December 4-6, 10am-7pm


Andrea Galvani has developed a special project for his solo show for the Impulse section of Pulse investigating the relationship between physical energies and their state of action or inaction.The interaction of natural phenomenon and technology, planetary movement, blindness and ultrasonic frequency, are some of the scientific influences that the Artist has been working with.
The Pulse Prize is a cash grant that is awarded to an emerging artist of distinction featured in the Impluse section of the fair. The recipient is selected by the Pulse Committee based on the artist’s presentation at the fair. The recipient is also given the opportunity to design the next limited-edition Pulse tote bag. Previous winners have worked in a wide variety of mediums and several have gone on to receive critical acclaim.
On Friday, December 4, 2009, the Pulse Prize will be awarded in honor of Adriaan Van der Have, Founder and Director of Torch Gallery, who was an inspiring force in the art world for his dedication to the promotion of emerging artists. The winner will be announced at the Pulse party at Plunge in the Gansevoort South at 9pm.


The Ice Palace
1400 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33136
Media and Entertainment District

ARTISSIMA 16 the international fair of contemporary art in Torino.

The Fair will present a list of exclusive galleries at the height of fame in terms of quality of the works exhibited and the artists they represent.
Artissima is a window on emerging art worldwide and an essential cultural event for lovers of contemporary art.

Galleria Artericambi
Artists: Andrea Galvani, Giovanni Morbin, Nida Sinnokrot, Nawras Shaloub, Ivan Moudov.
Hall: Lightblu
Stand: 6

november 6th-7th-8th 2009:
Open to the public
|| days
2.00 am - 8.00 pm
november 5th 2009:
Press preview
Collectors' preview (by invitation)
Vernissage (by invitation)
Lingotto Fiere via Nizza 280/294I - 10126 Torino


ART FORUM BERLIN – the International Art Show – will be taking place for the fourteenth time from 24 to 27 September 2009.
Artericambi is pleased to announce its partecipation in the focus section.
Artists: Andrea Galvani, Federico Maddalozzo, Giovanni Morbin, Fabio Sandri

Hall 11.2 stand 122

September 24th-27th daily 12 noon un til 7 p.m.
September 23rd 2009: Opening Day 11 am. to 9 p.m.

art forum berlin, Messe Berlin GmbHMessedamm 22, D-14055 Berlin


VIDEORÁMA | Artverona 2009

During the Artverona 2009 Artericambi and Studio La Città present Videoràma a special section dedicated to the videoart.

Among the artists: Adel Abidin, Victor Alimpiev, Eelco Brand, Susanne Burner, Mario Consiglio& Cristiano Cesolari, Christelle Lheureux, Giovanni Morbin, Wael Shawky, Brian Alfred, Beatrice Valentine Amrhein, Carles Congost, Andrea Galvani, Hiroyuki Masuyama, nawras Shalhoub.

Pad 10- Stand A3-B2

September 17th-21st 2009
September 17th from 2.30 p.m. (invitation only)
Verona fair district

Opening Friday 18.09.2009 6 pm
Exhibition 18.09.–18.10.2009
Flemish Arts Center ‘De Brakke Grond’
Nes 45, 1012 KD Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
In collaboration with The Session

Curated by Jan Van Woensel
With Tomas Adolfs, Stephan Balleux, Paulien Barbas, Delphine Bedel, Staffan Björk, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Fia Cielen, Christine Clinckx, Martha Colburn, Orpheu de Jong, Hadassah Emmerich, Fienden, Andrea Galvani, Tony Garifalakis, Joris Ghekiere, ioulex, Experimental Jetset, Gert Jan Kocken, Matthias Kreutzer, Alexandra Leykauf, Jen Liu, Liesbeth Marit, Kalle Mattsson, Oskar Nilsson, Nick Oberthaler, Dear Reader, Rafael Rozendaal, Kalle Runeson, Etta Säfve, Steve Schepens, Jens Schildt, Seher Shah, Helmut Stallaerts, Tarja Szaraniec, Monica Tormell, Dennis Tyfus, Philippe Vandenberg, Filip Vervaet, Chad VanGaalen, Anne Wenzel and Fabio Wuytack.

Jan Van Woensel: Curating with the apocalypse in mind
Saturday 19.09.2009, 4 pm – 6 pm

Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond | Nes 45 | 1012 KD Amsterdam
T kassa (020) 626 68 66 | T info (020) 622 90 14 | info@brakkegrond.nl

Curated by Marianne Hurum and Karin Laansoo

Opening Saturday, April 11, 2009 at 8:00 pm to 3:00 am
1037 Manhattan Avenue #4FR, New York, NY, USA

Featuring Artists: Andrea Galvani, Rä di Martino, Kaeko Mizukoshi
Jennifer Montgomery, Eline Mugaas, Marko Mäetamm, Bjargey Ólafsdóttir
LeRoy Stevens, Anna Særnblom

HomeAlone#3 is the third in a series of special projects in private spaces
Info Phone: +1 646 920 6303

Fotografia italiana oggi

Project curaded by Emma Zanella
Civica Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Gallarate
Opening: 7 March at 6.30 pm 2009
Until 14 June 2009
FeaturingArtists: Luca Andreoni, Andrea Galvani, Armidia Gandini, Tancredi Mangano, Maurizo Montagna, Moira Ricci, Francesca Rivetti, Alessandro Sambini, Marco Signorini, Alessandra Spranzi, Richard Sympson

Curatorial Staff: Walter Guadagnini, Roberta Valtorta, Enrico De Pascale, Emma Zanella, Sergio Uslenghi, Luigi Sandroni
Catalog DAMIANI editions.

GAM_  v.le Milano 21, tel/fax 0331 791266
From tuesday to Sunday: 10.00 am - 12.20 am / 14.30 pm -18.20 pm. Thursday until 9.30pm. Free admission
Premio Nazionale Arti Visive Città di Gallarate tel. 0331 783630 fax 0331 777472

info@premiogallarate.it     www.premiogallarate.it


Andrea Galvani is the winner of Location One 2008 / 2009 and will represent Italy at the International Residency Program in New York.

There are only 12 international artists invited to the program and each one has his institutional nominator: the cultural ministry, cultural foundations and museums of the participating country. Since 2005 Artegiovane Milano is Italy’s home country sponsoring institution and with the contribution of Anima S.G.R.p.A. and the City of Milan, it permits one young Italian artist to participate for six months in the Studio Program in New York. Every year, after a first selection on a national level done by Italian critics and curators chosen by the association Artegiovane, the portfolios of the candidates are examined by an American commission composed by art museum and art review directors, American curators and by the staff of Location One, who elect one single artist-in-residence.At Location One the artist will have a working studio and will be followed by his personal curator.The award is aimed at the divulgation and the promotion of the work of the artists-in-residence through an intensive program of encounters and studio visits with curators and insiders of the contemporary art system of New York. At the end of the residency program, the artist will exhibit the work created in a show in one of Location One’s main galleries or in their project space.

Location One is located at:
26 Greene Street (between Canal and Grand), NY NY, 10013
Subway: A-C-E; N-R-Q-W; 6; J-M-Z to Canal Street

Vol. 1 – Temporary Geometries

Special Armory Event
Curated by Marco Antonini
A project by Andrea Galvani, Isola e Norzi
Opening reception: Thursday, March 5th, 2009 – 6:00pm.
Italian Cultural Institute, 686 Park Avenue, New York City.
March 5th - March 30th, 2009 Info's: 212.879.4242 ext.378

dust jacket
n. A removable paper cover used to protect the binding of a book. Also called dust cover

Dust Jacket is an experimental editorial project, the cover of an open-ended and permeable idea. Curated by Marco Antonini, Temporary Geometries features objects that organize themselves around an invisible structure, taking position in a desperate attempt to overcome the emptiness that surrounds them.
Andrea Galvani and Isola e Norzi’s works are made of small tweaks, temporary actions that are bound to fail but still meaningful to claim their power over the erosion of space and time.
With this project, the Italian Institute of Culture, New York, is launching a series of invitational exhibitions aimed at promoting the work of some of the best Italian artists working in the New York Area.

Curated by Micaela Giovannotti
January 10 - February 17, 2009
Opening Reception January 10, 2009 6-9pm
Affirmation Arts 523 West 37th Street New York, NY

Featuring artists: Janine Antoni, Sebastiaan Bremer, Melissa A. Calderon, Gordon Cheung, Graham Caldwell, Andrea Galvani, Dan Kopp, Ivan Navarro, Lisa Ross, Courtney Smith, Xaviera Simmons, and J. G. Zimmerman.

"Every work of art is the child of its age and, in many cases, the mother of our emotions" (Concerning the Spiritual in Art, W. Kandinsky)

PS: Parsing Spirituality examines the recent resurgence of spirituality in contemporary art. After being neglected for quite some time, spirituality has risen to the surface in contemporary art. Spirituality based on religious belief has been part of art history since the dawn of time. Art has both advertised and glorified religions, but contemporary art has generally distanced itself from the spiritual realm, focusing its lens on formal and conceptual tenets. Not surprisingly, as often happens in times of secular uncertainties and political and economic turmoil, there is currently a resurgence of interest in spirituality, wherein artists are exploring and re-defining themselves in their work with very introspective and personal means and approaches. However, from a different perspective, these new spiritual elements can be interpreted in part as a contemplative reaction. Layered with complexity, these explorations include universal issues that, while external, are nonetheless of primal importance to the self.

Affirmation Arts is a newly renovated arts space located in the Hudson Yards district of New York City.
Gallery hours are Monday- Friday 10am-6pm and Saturdays 11am-5pm.
For more information, please contact Marla Goldwasser at 212-925-0092 or marla@affirmationarts.com.

Curated by Irina Zucca Alessandrelli

Artists: Arlen Austin, Kuba Bakowski,Per Billgren, Nina Canell & Robin Watkins, Aoife Collins, Mark Dion, Andrea Galvani, Jamie Isenstein, Ana Prvacki

Opening Friday 12 December 2008, from 6 to 9 pm
Point B Special Projects
71 North 7th St, Brooklyn, USA

The Influence of Fish Tales on the Breaking Waves derives its name from Jules Verne's novel entitled "The Green Ray" (1882), in which the author describes the disenchantment of the world brought about by the advance of science. In order to stress the importance of the creative thought, Verne chooses the artist, as the captor
of the heroine's heart, rather than the cold and methodical geologist, who is also in love with her. In the end, the artist recommends unsolved research themes, such as "the influence of fish tails on the breaking waves" as a sarcastic answer to the explanation of the green ray as mere optical phenomenon. The author's vision of art emphasizes the emotive component in deciphering life and natural events against scientific arguments.(..)
This group show seeks to stimulate the viewer towards a perception of the resonant aspects of art and its components of wonder. Through a game of associations, the exhibition attempts to underline the artwork’s capacity to reach out, quoting Stephen Greenblatt's words, "beyond formal boundaries to a larger world, to evoke in the viewer the complex, dynamic cultural forces from which it has emerged". A faith in wonder as "an arresting sense of uniqueness", as well as in the object's ability to communicate
and arouse a sense of surprise in the viewer, is the driving engine
of this exhibition.
*This is a travelling project proudly sponsored by Columbia University, the next venue will be the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art in Vaasa, Finland. 

Curated by Renato Miracco
Opening Friday 28 november 2008, 6 pm - Instituto Cultural Cabanas, Guadalajara, Mexico
Openig Sunday 1 february 2009, 11 am - Sant' Ildenfonso Museum, Mexico City, Mexico


Among the invited Artists: Vanessa Beecroft, Mario Merz, Andrea Galvani, Mimmo Paladino, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Sandro Chia, Franco Fontana, Bruno Munari, Alberto Burri, Piero Gilardi, Omar Galliani, Marcello Jori, Lucio Del Pezzo, Renzo Piano, Castiglioni, Renato D’Agostin, Mario Nigro,Achille Perilli, Giuseppe Gallo, Giugiaro, Eliseo Mattiacci, Giuseppe Uncini, Maurizio Mochetti, Alfredo Pirri, Aldo Rossi, Luigi Ontani, Nicola Verlato, Alessandro Zuek Simonetti, Ettore Sottass, Gilberto Zorio


The exhibition, curated by Renato Miracco, Showcases some of the main protagonists of the historical and contemporary italian art scene, active in the international scene.

The works, on loan from collections all around the world, represent the best of the italian production in art and design of the last century. The exhibition has been supported by the ministry of Italian foreign office, aiming to show the excellence Of the historical and cultural artistic production in Italy. The exhibition, which has been conceived as an open traveling exhibition will open on november 28th in Gaudalayara at the Instituto Cultural Cabanas, and then in Mexico city at the Sant' Ildenfonso Museum from 1st to 29th of february.

International conference curated by Gigliola Foschi
Artists presented: Andrea Galvani, Tancredi Mangano, Alessandra Spranzi
9 november 2008 11.00 am
Stredoeurópsky dom fotografie
Bratislava, Slovakia

Central European House of Photography was founded in 2005, it is a branch of FOTOFO Foundation established in 1992. From the very begining the foundation organized the festival - The month of Photography of Bratislava.
The festival is organized each year in November and spans forty exhibitions, mostly the work of photographers from Central and Eastern Europe (Slovakia, Polend, Baltic republics, Austria, Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, Germany, Hungary, etc). Each year is presented one retrospective of some of more popular contemporary artists photographers in the world and some important international conferences about the contemporary photography in Europe.
Since 1995 FOTOFO Foundation is the publisher of the only European magazine devoted to the photography trends in Central and Eastern Europe. The magazine IMAGO is published twice a year in English language.

Prepoštská 4 P.O.BOX 290
814 99 Bratislava Slovakia

Lovely Daze Special collaboration with Talents
Curated by Joanna Chevalier
and Charwei Tsai
Artists: John Armleder, Cai Guo-Qiang, Andrea Galvani, Butt Johnson, Liliane Phung, Nicolas Pol, Cristina Rodriguez, and Virginie Yassef.

Opening October 23 at 6.00 pm
Third New York Art Book Fair

October 24-26, 2008
Phillips de Pury & Company
450 West 15th Street at 10th Avenue, 3rd Floor, NYC, NY
FRIENDLY FIRE is a curated section of the Fair featuring
thirty-one artists and art collectives in three galleries, including a video room programmed by Deep Dish TV, Paper Tiger Television and Not an Alternative. 

The International Fair of Contemporary Art in Turin,
Lingotto Fiere from 7 to 9 november 2008
Galleria Artericambi: light blue corridor, booth 13
Artists: Carles Congost, Andrea Galvani, Shilpa Gupta, Iman Issa, Christelle Lheureux, Federico Maddalozzo, Ivan Moudov, Giovanni Morbin 

Andrea Galvani

Text by Maria Rosa Sossai
Special project inside 045 OPEN SPACE
site specific installations at Castelvecchio Museum
by Anna Galtarossa, Andrea Galvani, Luca Trevisani
curated by Gabi Scardi, Maria Rosa Sossai and Camilla Bertoni
Opening 15 october 2008 at 8:00 p.m.
Castelvecchio Museum, Verona , Italy
Press info: Press office and Public relations Valeria Merighi
Marketing and Comunication tel.+39 045 8013546/8015852
mobile +39 347 9389704 – email: valeria@merighi.org

Andrea Galvani’s Triade di Bichat III, the third and last part of his trilogy The Intelligence of Evil, 2006-2008, is a sitespecific work developed almost as a challenge to the splendid architecture of the Castelvecchio museum in Verona. The artist has intervened in the central part of the tall Torre del Mastio, the castle keep dating from 1375 that, on one side acts as the entrance to the Scaligero bridge over the river Adige and, on the other, to the upper Weapons room or Sala delle Armi. It presents just one element, a cross-like key, the projected image of which, with quiet magnificence, is slowly consumed like a lament until it disappears at the point of the upper level of the medieval coffer. 

16 > 20 october 2007

Preview thursday October 16 at 2:00 p.m. (by invitation only)
Opening for public from 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Exihibiton Grounds VeronaFiere, Verona ,Italy
Artericambi stand L13 presents Andrea Galvani

Aletti Bank sponsors this prize and its goal is to single out and award new talents and the galleries where their works are shown. The prize consists of the purchase of a work of art by an artist under the age of 35, with the artist being selected from those proposed by galleries at the exhibition. The jury is composed of well-known names from art and culture, along with economists and institutional experts.
Through this initiative, Banca Aletti – one of the principal private banks in Italy and the principal sponsor of Art(Verona – supports young artists in acknowledgement of the fact that contemporary art is the liveliest and most interesting expression of energy in our society. 

Visualising Information in Graphic Design
Edited by Robert Klanten, Nicolas Bourquin, Sven Ehmann, Thibaud Tissot
Design: Onlab, Thibaud Tissot
Text editor and foreword: Ferdi van Heerden
Cover photography: Andrea Galvani

Published by: Gestalten, Berlin 2008
256 pages, 24 x 30 cm, full colour, hardcover; English text 

Curated by Camilla Boemio
collective Videoart exhibition
Spazio 01, Luigi Mari Museum space, Piazza della Libertà, Tolentino
Artistic direction by Assessorato Comune di Tolentino and the journalist Maurizio Costanzo
Opening: 12 July from 09:30 p.m.
Until 16 July from 06:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Artists: Kourtney Roy, Riccardo Arena, Stefano Ronci, Franceschetti & Carloni, Sabine Delafon, Guido Affini, Susanne Neumann, Lucia Uni, Christian Reiner, Karin Andersen, Andrea Galvani, Marc Giloux, Franco Angeloni, Anders Weberg

"We will arrive to a point where the idea of reality will not exist anymore. Cinema will become a part of a mental life and communications will evolve in a metaphisical dimesion."
The title and the idea of the exhibition - curated by Camilla Boemio - draws on the the theoretic foundations of the cult work "Expanded Cinema", written in 1970 by Gene Youngblood - and in which the connections between cinematic experimentation and video research are analysed.
It is a pioneering text on the necessary exchanges among the several arts of our century; it talks about a creativity which is able to use the sinergy among science, art and technology, free from narrow models.The videoartists presented, some of the most intereresting ones at the moment, refer to Camilla Boemio's idea: their works provide a multifaceted cross-section of videoart expressive languages, complementary and antithetical at the same time.

Organization marketing: Fabrizio Orsini +39 3287187678
Info line secretary: +39/0733.969797

22-25 may 2008, Bolzano
Galleria Artericambi stand n.56
Artists: Carles Congost, Andrea Galvani, Iman Issa, Federico Maddalozzo
Giovanni Morbin, Fabio Sandri

An art discussions magazine
Presentation on Wednesday march 26th 2008 at 17.00
Venezia, Università IUAV, Sede delle Terese, Aula B

Editor in chief : Giacinto Di Pietrantonio
Managing editor : Daniela Zangrando
Have contributed for the n. 0 : Lewis Baltz, Dara Birnbaum,
Dan Cameron, Andrea Galvani, Adrian Paci, Ralph Rugoff, Philippe van Cauteren

Perché NO? Because art is only dead when the world ends.

After a few years rest Perchè/? (art discussions magazine) is back, not to talk about itself, but, as usual, to make others speak. What's new: from now it's not printed anymore, but on-line. In this new version also the name has changed, going from the paper version Perchè/?, to the on-line one Perchè no? But apart from a slight change in the name, and the passage, that is still a huge step, from the physical form to the unphysical, Perchè no? maintains the structure of a magazine built only upon discussions, a series of round tables, a place where the Think Thank on art and on its problems takes place. Here's the connection between the people and the formula of our publication, a lab of thoughts that through art become a part of our life and of our world. However also something else has changed in the on-line version, adding to the old archive and to the discussions, that we'll now find in each release, links and references that reconnect each encounter with other wider and unpredictable systems.   

“Arte del processo, inconscio tecnologico e occultamento dell’artista”
Franco Vaccari, Andrea Galvani and Marinella Paderni talking
Presentation on March13, 2008 at 10.00 a.m
Arti Visive’s room, Accademia Carrara di Belle Arti of Bergamo
Piazza G.Carrara 82/A, 24121 Bergamo, infoline +39 035399667

Curtated by Giorgio Verzotti
Inauguration Thursday 14th February, by invitation only 6:30 pm
From Friday 15th February to Monday 24th March 2008
Fotografia Italiana Arte Contemporanea, St. Moritz
Via Serlas, 22, 7500 St. Moritz Dorf
Info : Valentina Romen

Artists: Marco Campanini, Mario Cresci, Franco Fontana, Andrea Galvani, Francesco Pignatelli, Alessandra Spranzi, Pio Tarantini, Silvio Wolf

What is “white space”?
It is a figment of the imagination and not part of nature. Although it is not a tribute to the winter Engadine, it is inspired by its snowy landscape. Space becomes white because it loses its characteristic connotations, namely those which are immediately identified by the senses, and it becomes perceptible only through our thoughts. White as the colour that contains all colours, as the absolute dimension where all practicable dimensions converge.
In the work of photographers, particularly those gathered and presented in this exhibition, white space is a metaphorical place where all images converge, disappear and simultaneously reappear as inextinguishable entities. Photography is a threshold between the two possibilities.  

Curated by Gigliola Foschi and Andrea Dall’Asta
Opening thursday 14th February at 6:30 pm
From 15th February to 20 th April 2008
Fondazione Culturale San Fedele
Via Hoepli 3A/B 20121 Milano

Artists: Shoja Azari, Luca Barzaghi, Guido Bertagna S.I., Jean-Christian Bourcart, Marco Caboni, Francesco del Cairo, Diabol21, Luigi Erba, Michelangelo Galliani, Andrea Galvani, Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, Allan Graham, Diego Lombardi, Oswaldo Losa, Marcello Mondazzi, Crazy-Horse, Gabriele Pesci, Ivo Saglietti, Nicola Samorì, Jari Silomäki, Skaliber, Dima Valentin, Devis Venturelli, Manolio Vincenzo, Silvio Wolf 

International Exhibition of Contemporary Art

The Italian appointment for the art, 24 - 28 january 2008, Bologna, Italy

ARTEFIERA ART FIRST The 32nd edition of Arte Fiera Art First, will be an unmissable appointment for the international modern and contemporary art world. Arte Fiera Art First is devoting special attention to young galleries with a broad picture of contemporary artwork and the latest research through a meticulous selection of the most interesting and innovative proposals.

Galleria Biagiotti : Pad. 22 Stand A/36
Artists: Alessandro Casati, Ericalcane, Andrea Facco, Andrea Galvani, Andrea Mastrovito, Nicola Toffolini, Francesca Woodman

Otto Gallery : Pad. 21 Stand A/49
Artist: Per Barclay, Domenico Bianchi, Luigi Carboni, Andrea Galvani , Giovanni Manfredini, Eliseo Mattiacci, Nunzio, Giuseppe Spagnulo  

curated by Anna Daneri
Opening Saturday 17th November 2007 at 6 pm
20th November 2007 – 16th February 2008
Special Bac! project : Saturday 1th December at 11 am
Galleria Artericambi, via A.Cesari 10 Verona, Italy


In the project N⁻¹, the second part of the trilogy “the intelligence of evil”, Andrea Galvani seems to operate through subtraction, orchestrating the slow disappearance of the subject.

Creatures which become penultimate, absorbed by mist or by darkness, like the damned in Beckett, they stand in silhouette, waiting for the end. But it is a process which is open, a mathematical function whose equilateral curve plunges downwards without reaching zero.
It is an intensity directed at exhaustion which divides and changes each time.
In the video installation «La triade di Bichat II», developed with the technical colaboration of Paolo Berto Durante, a series of objects is projected life-size onto the wall. At different times and in different ways, these objects are subject to a sudden process of disagregation, being sublimated and losing themselves in the space. In the photographic images, the landscape draws on gradients through which it dissolves.
A group of rabbits let loose in the middle of a 3,400m high glacier collaborate in the staging of a change. Like a cloud which breaks apart, a feed-back of light in the dilated pupils of the animals at night, the limit is not found in terms of infinity, but is found anywhere, bouncing from one to the other so much that it forms them.  

BAC! 07

Opening 26th November 2007 until 20th December 2007
 “…nowadays, cities no longer correspond to what they were thought to be in the last centuries. In the 21st century urban centers have become overwhelming and undefined beings, containers of religions, races and cultures. It is all about a riddle that has turned out to be a recurrent main subject and material framework in the contemporary artistic activity. Factors, such as socio-cultural fusions, art, music, fashion, new technologies, gastronomy, or even inherent situations, such as the loneliness or the alienation of an impersonalized society, play a decisive role both to the expansion and the explosion of big cities.
Drawing upon the ancient idea of Babylon as a centre of human progress, BAC! Festival 2007 establishes parallelisms among the huge diversity of cultures that emerged in ancient times and what is known today as the contemporary multiculturalism, a fruit of global migration movements. In BAC! 07 artists by all fields will offer their critical vision on this reality, redefining the concept of contemporary culture and allowing for the construction of a more active and compromised cultural consciousness.”

The international fair of contemporary Art in Turin, 9- 10-11 november 2007, lingotto fiere, Torino, Italia.
Galleria Artericambi Corridor green A, stand 7
Artists: Carles Congost, Andrea Galvani, Christelle Lheureux, Giovanni Morbin, Darren Murray, Steven John Pippin, Federico Maddalozzo. 

curated by Helga Marsala
opening november 5th, 2007 h. 18:00

Galleria dell’Arco, via Siracusa 9, Palermo, Italy
Margherita Morgantin, Sara Rossi, Andrea Galvani, Eli Sterz

"May their wishes come true,
may they believe in them and laugh of their passions;
for what we call passion is not spiritual energy
but just the clash between the soul and the world outside"
(from Stalker, by Andrej Tarkovski, 1979)

Palermo's Galleria dell'Arco presents the first of a series of exhibits dedicated to the theme of landscape in art: four of the protagonists of the national and international artistic arena - Margherita Morgantin, Sara Rossi, Eli Stetrz , Andrea Galvani - exhibit their video and photographic works (forms of languages closely connected to the imagery of cinema) and give voice to their sentimental and intellectual interpretation of landscape.
The works in which the exposition is articulated, are meant to establish an intimate, strongly evocative relation with landscape, with the exclusion of documentary and realistic styles. The natural as well as the urban landscape, transfigured with dreamlike, poetical, literary, and scientific reference here become mindscape or dreamscape. As a result, it assumes an estranging, almost surrealistic spirit, traceable to the artist's observing eye as well as to the places observed - places pulsating with subterranean energies.
The Stalker Effect of the title is a quote from Stalker, the acclaimed science fiction film of Andrej Tarkovski, in which the two main characters, a writer and a scientist, take a trip to an obscure place, named the Zone, an alien territory, mysteriously shaped by weird cosmic entities, where the realization of the most intimate desire becomes possible: a 'stalker' - despite its name - is their expert guide in this journey.

cureted by Alberto Zanchetta
Otto Gallery Arte Contemporanea, Via D’Azeglio 55, Bologna, Italy
Opening saturday 10th march 2007, at 18.30 pm. On show until sunday 29 of april 2007.

Artists: Bertozzi&Casoni, Mauro Ceolin, Federico Del Vecchio, Andrea Galvani, Stefano Mandracchia, Carla Mattii, Laura Pugno

Seven artists' works will be exposed around the traditional theme of the "landscape", in order to reflect on the territorial alterations and on how much of natural is still surviving in the ambient, not only in the border of the human intervention.
During the last years our planet has been hurt with wild deforestations, absurd and extreme urbanistic invasion, serious perturbations that have produced ecological unbalances and that have threatened animal species. When one speaks about the landscape one usually thinks about the nature, but the nature that we know has lost its purity, because the horizon we know is by now, the urban horizon. In 20th Century the vegetal world has been contaminated by residues that during the years have been integrated in this scenery, extreme antropocentric selfishness that moves against the nature, frazzling and destabilizing the earth. 

Discovering the Latest Trends in International Art

Arte Fiera Bologna Jan 26-29, 2007, Bologna, Italy
ARTEFIERA ART FIRST the 31st edition of the pre-eminent Italian exhibition of contemporary and modern art. Is a unique event where visitors can explore the latest trends in the world of modern and contemporary art through the proposals of more than 200 leading international galleries.

Galleria Artericambi: Pad.22 Stand B/87
Artists: Andrea Galvani, Federico Maddalozzo, Giovanni Morbin, Darren Murray, Steven Pippin, Fabio Sandri

Galleria Biagiotti: Pad.22 Stand A/66
Artist:Alessandro Casati, Marco Cingolani,Ericailcane, Andrea Facco,
Andrea Galvani,Andrea Mastrovito, Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh, Andreas Senoner, Sissi, Sandra Tomboloni 

ARTISSIMA 13, The international fair of contemporary Art in Turin, 10-11-12 november 2006, lingotto fiere, Torino, Italia
Galleria Artericambi Artists: Carles Congost, Andrea Galvani, Giovanni Morbin, Steven John Pippin, Didier Rittener. Special project Present Future: Carles Congost

When I Am Alone, Everything Is So Surreal

Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria New York, NY
Breakout Session: Artists Event Series.Book Launch and Performances
Wednesday, October 18 2006, 6:30-9:30pm

Lovely Daze is a collection of artists writings and artwork published twice
a year in limited editions by artist Charwei Tsai.
Andrea Galvani, Rita Ackermann, AA Bronson, Kelly Carmena, Santiago Cucullu, David Kennedy-Cutler, N.S. Harsha, Federico Herrero, James Hoff, Jungil Hong, Lee Mingwei, Justin Lowe, Lesley Ma, Jean-Lou Majerus, Cristina Rodriguez, Julian Seidl, Sabrina Shaffer, Eyeam Soreel, and Su-Mei Tse.
Breakout Sessions
This series reflects the diverse ways in which contemporary artists engage
and present visual culture. As a departure from conventional formats,
Breakout Sessions invites artists to present work, performances, and ideas
that comprise the constellation of influences informing their overall
creative practice. Promoting an "open studio" format, the series provides
rare access to artists' visual inspirations ranging from works of fellow
artists to interdisciplinary elements of pop culture.

Cover by Andrea Galvani

Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria
120 Park Avenue at 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
(917) 663-25510 

18 - 22 October 2007
Preview thursday October 18 at 2:00 pm. (by invitation only)
Opening for public from 3:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
Exhibition Grounds Verona Fiere, Verona ,Italy
OTTO Gallery – P 7 stand G7 presented Andrea Galvani

Aletti Bank sponsors this prize and its goal is to single out and award new talents and the galleries where their works are shown. The prize consists of the purchase of a work of art by an artist under the age of 35, with the artist being selected from those proposed by galleries at the exhibition. The jury is composed of well-known names from art and culture, along with economists and institutional experts.
Through this initiative, Banca Aletti – one of the principal private banks in Italy and the principal sponsor of Art(Verona – supports young artists in acknowledgement of the fact that contemporary art is the liveliest and most interesting expression of energy in our society.

Curated by Anna Longo and Francesco Pandian
Opening Saturday 30th June 2007 at 9 pm
4th July – 30th September 2007

On the occasion of 52nd International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Artericambi Gallery presents Untitled, a selection of works by:
Steven Pippin, Andrea Galvani, Carles Congost, Giovanni Morbin, Didier Rittener, Fabio Sandri

“Untitled” is a group exhibition developing and existing on formal, aesthetic and conceptual rebounds between the exhibited works. It’s a music with no score, freely playing like different voices harmonizing in a choir. If each artist creates a world, the meaning of an exhibition lies in the fact that makes these worlds meet without fencing them into a granted intent.
The chosen artists have been working with Artericambi for a long time. Their research follows independent and original developments, nevertheless we can’t deny that the identity of an art gallery develops, each time, through the dynamics emerging from inner energies and synergies leading the expansion of this small universe to a recognizable direction. Crossing and suspending on itself, the gallery shows its own image in a combination of plural tensions like an expression appearing on a face which suddenly discloses the persistence of a unique personality.

The Flat / Villa Noris, Villa Fontana, Verona, Italy. Opening Saturday 20th of May 2006 at 06.30pm, in permanenza sino al 24 settembre.
Artists: Gianluca di Pasquale, Guido Bagini, Paola De Pietri, Stefan Ettlingers, Andrea Galvani, Matthias Meyer, Marco Neri, Sara Rossi, Paolo Vaccari.
The theme of the show affects contemporary Architectures and Landscapes in the works of young artists using photography and painting.A special attention is bended to the idea of absence and presence of the human within visual's form of representation (from figuration to abstraction).The purpose is to identify a supposed point of view in the observer, trough the elements of the artist's psyche.
The evidences of contemporary existence, with its rituals, the renovation and manipulation of reality conducted by the artist to establish a different order of rules, through the process of observation.
Works selected will offer also a vision or a manifestation of perceptions, in which "things" appear far away from what they really are or simply appear in their disenchanted dimension. 

SS 9, curated by Chiara Pilati, Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea di Castel San Pietro, Cassero di Castel San Pietro, Museo di San Domenico, Imola, Italy.
Opening 5 maggio 2006 ore 16.30, in permanenza sino al 28 maggio.
Artists: Cristian Chironi, Flavio De Marco, Flavio Favelli, Andrea Galvani, Andrea Nacciarriti, Sara Rossi, Alessandra Spranzi, Davide Tranchina.
Catalogo Damiani Editore

DECOSTRUZIONE DI UNA MONTAGNA e LA MORTE DI UN’IMMAGINE, curated by Marinella Paderni, Solo Show, Galleria Artopia, Milano, Italy.
Opening 1 December 2005, 06:00pm. On show until 24th February 2006.
“Decostruzione di una montagna e la morte di un'immagine” is a project of redefinition of the physic confines of representation in which obscure mechanisms of disorder are embedded.
Transfiguring the typical analysis system of the scientific graphic, and empathizing the didalistic and divulgative character, the artist elaborates a fake net of semantic interconnection.
The classic iconography of the landscape, like and implant of the eighteenth portrait, physically blends with outside elements – elementary geometric units that proliferate that mimic at the center of the photogram.

In “Morte di un'immagine #1” a white intimate is invaded by the explosive of perspective of hundreds of helium inflated black balloons, anchored on the rocks. In a simple and direct way the artist manages to force the perception of the landscape that vanishes gradually eclipsed by the roundness of the balloons, trespassed by the black volume that censures and changes the image.
In this occasion Galvani uses objects from the standardized culture of fun – inflated balloons, smoke-producing, colored cards, technique sports materials – that erupt from the landscape scene as elements of deconstruction of the image in a form of activation of new meanings.
This re-elaboration by Andrea Galvani, according to precise projective order, is the universal idea of organism. 

ON AIR. Video in onda dall'Italia
curated by Andrea Bruciati, Antonella Crippa
Care Of, Milan, Italy.

90 video, italiani realizzati tra il 2000 e il 2003.
Artists: Sergia Avveduti, Davide Bertocchi, Bianco - Valente, Botto & Bruno, Stefano Cagol, Christian Caliandro, Cane Capovolto, Daniela Carati, Francesco Carone, Gea Casolaro, Alex Cecchetti, Paolo Chiasera, Sarah Ciracì, Valentina Coccetti, Michelangelo Consani, Andrea Contin, Marco De Luca, Alberto Di Gennaro, Elastic Group of Artistic Research, Theo Eshetu, Paolo Fabiani, Agnese Faulisi e Valentina Romé, Lara Favaretto, Valentina Ferrarese, Michael Fliri, Luca Francesconi, Christian Frosi, Marina Fulgeri, Letizia Galli, Andrea Galvani, Daniele Geminiani, Fausto Gilberti, Stanislao di Giugno, Nicola Gobbetto, Davide Grassi e Igor Stomajer, Massimo Grimaldi, Alice Guareschi, Thorsten Kirchhoff, Dario Lazzaretto, Deborah Ligorio, Sergio Limonta, Armin Linke, Marcello Maloberti, Domenico Mangano, Delfina Marcello, Eva Marisaldi, Annamaria Martena, Rä di Martino, Fabio Mauri, Andrea Melloni, Maurizio Mercuri, Sabrina Mezzaqui, Marzia Migliora, Ottonella Mocellin e Nicola Pellegrini, Margherita Morgantin, Nark Bkb, Sandrine Nicoletta, Adrian Paci, Fabio Palmieri, Daniele Pario Perra, Chiara Passa, Robert Pettena, Roberta Piccioni, Cesare Pietroiusti, Klaus Pobitzer, Massimo Poldelmengo, Riccardo Previdi, Daniele Puppi, Letizia Renzini, Jaqueline Riva + Geoff Lowe, Mario Rizzi, Sara Rossi, Antonio Rovaldi, Jacopo Rovida, Corrado Sassi, Susanna Scarpa, Marinella Senatore, Marcello Simeone, Sissi, Carola Spadoni, Alessandra Spranzi, Samon Takahashi, Cosimo Terlizzi, Sabrina Torelli, Patrick Tuttofuoco, Tu m', Marcella Vanzo, Nico Vascellari, Sisley Xhafa, Italo Zuffi
Catalogo edito da Silvana editoriale 

curated by Marinella Paderni,
Palazzo della Pretura, Castell’Arquato, Piacenza,Italy
Text by di Marinella Paderni e Marco Enrico Giacomelli
Opening 18 setember 2005 11 a.m.
Artists: Flavio De Marco, Andrea Galvani, Andrea Nacciarriti,
Debora Romei, Anna Rossi, Fabio Torre.
“Lo spazio del nulla” sul ripensamento del concetto di spazio e della sua rappresentazione simbolica-concettuale in relazione all’eccessiva estetizzazione del mondo odierno 

Andrea Galvani solo show, text by Luigi Fassi and Alfredo Sigolo.
Galleria Artericambi, Verona , Italy
Opening 5 june 2004, 21:00 p.m.

A due anni esatti dalla sua ultima personale alla Galleria Arte e Ricambi, Andrea Galvani presenta un nuovo e complesso progetto.
E’ la mappatura di un universo parallelo, del tutto simbolico e astratto;in esso convergono le idee di connessione, territorialità, equilibrio, informazione, secondo rigorose geometrie e visioni metonimiche.
In una pratica radicale di dubbio e decostruzione, l’artista rintraccia finzioni e violenze percettive che si insinuano mediaticamente nel nostro rapporto con il reale. Utilizzando un complesso vocabolario di sinonimi visivi Galvani individua le coordinate di un sistema matematico fissando precisi intenti concettuali.
La deviazione allude alla necessità effettiva di esercitare una scelta all’interno di un percorso prestabilito. 

D.V.Drops, video artisti tra Italia e Cina
curated by Stefano Coletto, Marinella Paderni, Ellen Pau. Opening july 28 2005, 20:00 pm
Artists: AMAE artgroup, Raffaella Crispino, Paola di Bello, Elisa Fabris, Andrea Galvani, Rita Hui, Roberta Inchini, Hung Kenug, Jamsem Law, Armin Linke, Lorenza Lucchi Basili, Phoebe Man, Stefano Mandracchia, Amedeo Martegani, Timea Anita Oravecz, Massimo Premuda, Natasa Radovic, Gaston Ramirez Feltrin, Antonio Rovaldi, Eric Siu, Stella So, Ries Straver, Pun Tak Shu, Sabrina Torelli, Mathias Woo, Diego Zuelli.
Attraverso una selezione dell'ultima generazione di artisti italiani e cinesi si è voluto operare un confronto tra due culture focalizzando l’attenzione sul linguaggio delle nuove tecnologie ed il rapporto tra tempo e spazio. 

curated by Milovan Farronato, Gabi Scardi
VIA FARINI, Milan, Italy
21 june 2005 18:00 pm
Artists: Giona Bernardi, Davide Bertocchi, Sergio Breviario, Valerio Carrubba, Nemanja Cvijanovic, Giovanni De Lazzari, Elenia Depedrio, Andrea Galvani, Nicola Gobbetto, Paul Griffiths, Giovanni Kronenberg, Gino Lucente, Fabio Palmieri, Cesare Pietroiusti, Paolo Piscitelli, Marinella Senatore, Matteo Tontini.
“Archivio Aperto” si inaugura con una presentazione al pubblico dell'Archivio Careof & Viafarini e del suo funzionamento 

Thin Line #4
curated by Milovan Farronato, VIA FARINI, Milan, Italy
Vernissage :26 may 2005. 18:00 – 24:00 pm
“Avrei voluto veder accadere cose nella mia vita. Sapevo che niente era come sembrava, ma non riuscivo a trovarne una prova.”
David Lynch
Artists: Sergio Breviario, Andrea Galvani, Gino Lucente,
Marinella Senatore, Matteo Tontini
Critic text by: Andrea Viliani; Daniela Lotta; Marco Tagliafierro;Ilaria Bonacossa; Andrea Lissoni