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  UNTITLED. MIAMI BEACH  2014  Marso Galería | B29 3-7 December 2014

UNTITLED. MIAMI BEACH  2014
Marso Galería | B29
3-7 December 2014

  ARTISSIMA 2014  Artericambi | Main Section, Orange 12 Marso Galería | New Entries Section, Dark Blue 5 7-9 November 2014

ARTISSIMA 2014
Artericambi | Main Section, Orange 12
Marso Galería | New Entries Section, Dark Blue 5
7-9 November 2014


   LA GIOIA: Through the Eyes of Three Italian Collectors   Maison Particuliére Art Center, Brussels 16 October - 21 December 2014 Artists: Mario Airò; Giorgio Andreotta Calò; Stefano Arienti; Vanessa Beecroft; Gianni Berengo Gardin; Antonio Biasiucci; Gianni Caravaggio; Vincenzo Castella; Lucien Clergue; Enrico David; Giovanni De Lazzari; Gabriele De Santis; Rä di Martino; Bruna Esposito; Flavio Favelli; Michael Fliri; Franco Fontana; Giuseppe Gabellone;  Andrea Galvani ; Alberto Garutti; Anna Gaskell; Mario Giacomelli; Damien Hirst; Marc Hosking; Mimmo Jodice; Kcho; Karen Knorr; Gabriel Kuri; Sarah Lucas; Eva Marisaldi; Hugo Markl; Jacopo Mazzonelli; Sabrina Mezzaqui; Ivan Mikhailov; Valentina Miorandi; Tracey Moffatt; Paolo Mussat Sartor; Luigi Ontani; Gabriel Orozco; Giulio Paolini; Martin Parr; Beatrice Pediconi; Vettor Pisani; Paola Pivi; Luca Pozzi; Tobias Rehberger; Sara Rossi; Thomas Ruff; Ferdinando Scianna; Rudolf Stingel; Luca Trevisani; Paolo Ventura; Francesco Vezzoli; Luca Vitone; Andro Wekua.

LA GIOIA: Through the Eyes of Three Italian Collectors
Maison Particuliére Art Center, Brussels
16 October - 21 December 2014
Artists: Mario Airò; Giorgio Andreotta Calò; Stefano Arienti; Vanessa Beecroft; Gianni Berengo Gardin; Antonio Biasiucci; Gianni Caravaggio; Vincenzo Castella; Lucien Clergue; Enrico David; Giovanni De Lazzari; Gabriele De Santis; Rä di Martino; Bruna Esposito; Flavio Favelli; Michael Fliri; Franco Fontana; Giuseppe Gabellone; Andrea Galvani; Alberto Garutti; Anna Gaskell; Mario Giacomelli; Damien Hirst; Marc Hosking; Mimmo Jodice; Kcho; Karen Knorr; Gabriel Kuri; Sarah Lucas; Eva Marisaldi; Hugo Markl; Jacopo Mazzonelli; Sabrina Mezzaqui; Ivan Mikhailov; Valentina Miorandi; Tracey Moffatt; Paolo Mussat Sartor; Luigi Ontani; Gabriel Orozco; Giulio Paolini; Martin Parr; Beatrice Pediconi; Vettor Pisani; Paola Pivi; Luca Pozzi; Tobias Rehberger; Sara Rossi; Thomas Ruff; Ferdinando Scianna; Rudolf Stingel; Luca Trevisani; Paolo Ventura; Francesco Vezzoli; Luca Vitone; Andro Wekua.

   SOFT TARGET   Curated by Phil Chang and Matthew Porter M+B, Los Angeles 26 June - 6 September 2014 Artists: Richard Caldicott, Julie Cockburn, Sara Cwynar, Shannon Ebner,  Andrea Galvani , David Goldes, Peter Holzhauer, Whitney Hubbs, Tim Hyde, Ron Jude, Soo Kim, Anna Kleberg, Barney Kulok, Justine Kurland, Luisa Lambri, Miranda Lichtenstein, Matt Lipps, Sharon Lockhart, Jason Bailer Losh, Marlo Pascual, A. Pilgrim Peterman, Adam Putnam, Michael Queenland, Amanda Ross-Ho, Asha Schechter, Collier Schorr, Dan Torop, Michael Vahrenwald, Sara VanDerBeek and Hannah Whitaker.

SOFT TARGET
Curated by Phil Chang and Matthew Porter
M+B, Los Angeles
26 June - 6 September 2014
Artists: Richard Caldicott, Julie Cockburn, Sara Cwynar, Shannon Ebner, Andrea Galvani, David Goldes, Peter Holzhauer, Whitney Hubbs, Tim Hyde, Ron Jude, Soo Kim, Anna Kleberg, Barney Kulok, Justine Kurland, Luisa Lambri, Miranda Lichtenstein, Matt Lipps, Sharon Lockhart, Jason Bailer Losh, Marlo Pascual, A. Pilgrim Peterman, Adam Putnam, Michael Queenland, Amanda Ross-Ho, Asha Schechter, Collier Schorr, Dan Torop, Michael Vahrenwald, Sara VanDerBeek and Hannah Whitaker.


  LANDSCAPE AS A BRAIN | LECTURE  Andrea Galvani in conversation with Luca Panaro Accademia de Belle Arti di Brera, Milan 28 April 2014, 10 AM - 1 PM    LANDSCAPE AS A BRAIN | WORKSHOP  New Technologies for the Arts, Brera | Room 207-208 29-30 April 2014, 9 AM - 1 PM  and 2 - 6 PM

LANDSCAPE AS A BRAIN | LECTURE
Andrea Galvani in conversation with Luca Panaro
Accademia de Belle Arti di Brera, Milan
28 April 2014, 10 AM - 1 PM


LANDSCAPE AS A BRAIN | WORKSHOP
New Technologies for the Arts, Brera | Room 207-208
29-30 April 2014, 9 AM - 1 PM  and 2 - 6 PM

  IX BIENNALE OF VISUAL ARTS OF NICARAGUA | RECYCLING MEMORY: RECAPTURING THE LOST CITY  Curated by Omar López-Chahoud Centro de Arte FOG-BANPRO | Edificio Málaga, Plaza España, Managua Nicaragua 18 March - 12 April 2014  International Guest Artists: Nadege Quintallet (France); Joaquín Segura (Mexico); Daniel Borins (Canada); Jennifer Marman (Canada);  Andrea Galvani  (Italy - USA); Teresa Margolles (Mexico); Danny Zavaleta (Fuga Alternativa, El Salvador); Victor Rodríguez (Fuga Alternativa,El Salvador); Silvia Zayas (España); Javier Tellez (Venezuela - USA); Irvin Morazan (El Salvador – USA); Victoria Fu (USA); Yeni Mao (USA); La Toya Ruby Frazier (USA); Leah Dixon (USA); Christian Dietkus (USA); Ghislaine Fremaux (USA); Williamson Brasfield (USA). National Guest Artists: Marcos Agudelo; Darwin Andino, Colectivo 23; Fredman Barahona; Carlos Barberena; Ernesto Cardenal; Cristina Cuadra; Alejandro de la Guerra; Espira-Adrede; Milena García; Maruca Gómez; José González; Claudia Gordillo; Ricardo Huezo; Darling López Salinas; Juan Carlos Mendoza,Colectivo 23; José Montealegre, Colectivo 23; Consuelo Mora, Colectivo 23; Moisés Mora, Colectivo 23; Luis MoralesAlonso; Raúl Quintanilla; Ernesto Salmerón; Marisa Tellería; Leonel Vanegas (1942-1989);  Kelton Villavicencio

IX BIENNALE OF VISUAL ARTS OF NICARAGUA | RECYCLING MEMORY: RECAPTURING THE LOST CITY
Curated by Omar López-Chahoud
Centro de Arte FOG-BANPRO | Edificio Málaga, Plaza España, Managua Nicaragua
18 March - 12 April 2014

International Guest Artists: Nadege Quintallet (France); Joaquín Segura (Mexico); Daniel Borins (Canada); Jennifer Marman (Canada); Andrea Galvani (Italy - USA); Teresa Margolles (Mexico); Danny Zavaleta (Fuga Alternativa, El Salvador); Victor Rodríguez (Fuga Alternativa,El Salvador); Silvia Zayas (España); Javier Tellez (Venezuela - USA); Irvin Morazan (El Salvador – USA); Victoria Fu (USA); Yeni Mao (USA); La Toya Ruby Frazier (USA); Leah Dixon (USA); Christian Dietkus (USA); Ghislaine Fremaux (USA); Williamson Brasfield (USA). National Guest Artists: Marcos Agudelo; Darwin Andino, Colectivo 23; Fredman Barahona; Carlos Barberena; Ernesto Cardenal; Cristina Cuadra; Alejandro de la Guerra; Espira-Adrede; Milena García; Maruca Gómez; José González; Claudia Gordillo; Ricardo Huezo; Darling López Salinas; Juan Carlos Mendoza,Colectivo 23; José Montealegre, Colectivo 23; Consuelo Mora, Colectivo 23; Moisés Mora, Colectivo 23; Luis MoralesAlonso; Raúl Quintanilla; Ernesto Salmerón; Marisa Tellería; Leonel Vanegas (1942-1989);  Kelton Villavicencio


   ON WHAT THERE MIGHT NOT BE   Curated by Sofia Mariscal and Polina Stroganova Marso Galería, México City 16 January - 23 March 2013   On What There Might Not Be  features the work of 11 international artists who reflect on the concept of “nothingness,” a complex term which unfolds a variety of notions: zero in mathematics, the vacuum in physics, the void in philosophy, the “uncreated” in theology, infinity in astronomy, silence in music, the absurd in logic, the invisible and intangible in art. The works presented in this exhibition explore ways in which such seemingly trivial concepts are fundamental to our understanding of how life is shaped, and how nothingness is intimately linked to our history and everyday experience.  Artists: Francis Alÿs, Virginia Colwell, Arturo Hernández Alcázar, Zilvinas Kempinas, Daniela Libertad, Adrien Missika, Jakob Mattner, Tony Orrico, Luis Felipe Ortega, Andy Warhol. Special Project:  Andrea Galvani , Artist in Residency, January - March 2014

ON WHAT THERE MIGHT NOT BE
Curated by Sofia Mariscal and Polina Stroganova
Marso Galería, México City
16 January - 23 March 2013

On What There Might Not Be features the work of 11 international artists who reflect on the concept of “nothingness,” a complex term which unfolds a variety of notions: zero in mathematics, the vacuum in physics, the void in philosophy, the “uncreated” in theology, infinity in astronomy, silence in music, the absurd in logic, the invisible and intangible in art. The works presented in this exhibition explore ways in which such seemingly trivial concepts are fundamental to our understanding of how life is shaped, and how nothingness is intimately linked to our history and everyday experience.

Artists: Francis Alÿs, Virginia Colwell, Arturo Hernández Alcázar, Zilvinas Kempinas, Daniela Libertad, Adrien Missika, Jakob Mattner, Tony Orrico, Luis Felipe Ortega, Andy Warhol.
Special Project: Andrea Galvani, Artist in Residency, January - March 2014

  DECEPTOR  Curated by Kessler & Kessler FIFI Projects, México City 5 February - 28 March 2014  Deception is the very thing that forms the human order and separates us from our wild companions. Unlike humans, the animal does not know lying and deceit. Animals don’t make bargains, to be upheld or broken. The capacity to deceive themselves is the superiority of humans over animal, and allows them to escape the knowledge of their own mortality. Though this gap of consciousness elevates us from the wild beast nevertheless we live in the body of an animal.   Artists: Adam Helms,  Andrea Galvani , Jon Naiman, Mark Dion, Nick Payne, Tony Oursler, Bradford Kessler, Carolee Schneemann, Daniel Allegrucci, Dana Sherwood, Dieter Buchhart, Gabriele Stellbaum.

DECEPTOR
Curated by Kessler & Kessler
FIFI Projects, México City
5 February - 28 March 2014

Deception is the very thing that forms the human order and separates us from our wild companions. Unlike humans, the animal does not know lying and deceit. Animals don’t make bargains, to be upheld or broken. The capacity to deceive themselves is the superiority of humans over animal, and allows them to escape the knowledge of their own mortality. Though this gap of consciousness elevates us from the wild beast nevertheless we live in the body of an animal. 

Artists: Adam Helms, Andrea Galvani, Jon Naiman, Mark Dion, Nick Payne, Tony Oursler, Bradford Kessler, Carolee Schneemann, Daniel Allegrucci, Dana Sherwood, Dieter Buchhart, Gabriele Stellbaum.


   THAW   Curated by Jill Conner Dorosky Curatorial Programs, New York 19 January - 6 April 2014  Artists: Janet Biggs, Michele Brody, Blane De St. Croix, Vicki DaSilva, Elise Engler, Phyllis Ewen,  Andrea Galvani , Elizabeth Jordan, Itty Neuhaus, Alexis Rockman, and Scott Walden

THAW
Curated by Jill Conner
Dorosky Curatorial Programs, New York
19 January - 6 April 2014

Artists: Janet Biggs, Michele Brody, Blane De St. Croix, Vicki DaSilva, Elise Engler, Phyllis Ewen, Andrea Galvani, Elizabeth Jordan, Itty Neuhaus, Alexis Rockman, and Scott Walden

  UNTITLED. MIAMI BEACH  2013  Marso Galería | B05 4-8 December 2013  Artists: Virginia Colwell,  Andrea Galvani,  Daniela Libertad, Jacqueline Lozano, Tony Orrico, Luis Felipe Ortega, Tim Hyde

UNTITLED. MIAMI BEACH  2013
Marso Galería | B05
4-8 December 2013

Artists: Virginia Colwell, Andrea Galvani, Daniela Libertad, Jacqueline Lozano, Tony Orrico, Luis Felipe Ortega, Tim Hyde


  ARTISSIMA 2013  Artericambi | Dark Blue, Booth 13 7-10 November 2013  Artists: Crystal Z Campbell, Helen Dowling,  Andrea Galvani , Giovanni Morbin, Fabio Sandri, Christian Manuel Zanon

ARTISSIMA 2013
Artericambi | Dark Blue, Booth 13
7-10 November 2013

Artists: Crystal Z Campbell, Helen Dowling, Andrea Galvani, Giovanni Morbin, Fabio Sandri, Christian Manuel Zanon

  EXPO CHICAGO 2013  Aperture Foundation | Booth 101 19-22 September 2013  Artists: Jason Evans,  Andrea Galvani , Richard Mosse, and James Welling

EXPO CHICAGO 2013
Aperture Foundation | Booth 101
19-22 September 2013

Artists: Jason Evans, Andrea Galvani, Richard Mosse, and James Welling


  LANDSCAPE AS A BRAIN  A Conversation between Jovana Stokic,  Andrea Galvani , and Mathias Kessler Y Gallery, New York 4 October 2013, 7-8 PM

LANDSCAPE AS A BRAIN
A Conversation between Jovana Stokic, Andrea Galvani, and Mathias Kessler
Y Gallery, New York
4 October 2013, 7-8 PM

  FRAMMENTI DI UN DISCORSO AMOROSO  4 Museums for 4 Collectors Curated by Andrea Bruciati Museo Lapidario Maggeiano, Verona 5 October - 10 November 2013  Artists: Pierre Bismuth, Alberto Garutti, Diango Hernandez, Anri Sala, Shilpa Gupta, Elad Lassry, Steven Pippin, Tobias Putrih,  Andrea Galvani , Giovanni Ozzola, Luca Pozzi, Luca Trevisani, Vanessa Safavi, Wilfredo Prieto, Runo Lagomarsino, Jesse Ash

FRAMMENTI DI UN DISCORSO AMOROSO
4 Museums for 4 Collectors
Curated by Andrea Bruciati
Museo Lapidario Maggeiano, Verona
5 October - 10 November 2013

Artists: Pierre Bismuth, Alberto Garutti, Diango Hernandez, Anri Sala, Shilpa Gupta, Elad Lassry, Steven Pippin, Tobias Putrih, Andrea Galvani, Giovanni Ozzola, Luca Pozzi, Luca Trevisani, Vanessa Safavi, Wilfredo Prieto, Runo Lagomarsino, Jesse Ash

  IN COLD BLOOD: ANDREA GALVANI AND MATHIAS KESSLER  Curated by Cecilia Jurado Y Gallery, New York 11 September - 6 October 2013  Where does the landscape start? Where are its borders? In the work of  Andrea Galvani  and Mathias Kessler, the landscape manifests itself as an extension of memory and the body. The two artists have traveled to the coldest regions of the planet where they confronted nature;s overwhelming grandiosity. By illuminating icy landscapes, they tried to conquer an otherwise unreachable place. 

IN COLD BLOOD: ANDREA GALVANI AND MATHIAS KESSLER
Curated by Cecilia Jurado
Y Gallery, New York
11 September - 6 October 2013

Where does the landscape start? Where are its borders? In the work of Andrea Galvani and Mathias Kessler, the landscape manifests itself as an extension of memory and the body. The two artists have traveled to the coldest regions of the planet where they confronted nature;s overwhelming grandiosity. By illuminating icy landscapes, they tried to conquer an otherwise unreachable place. 

   IL MONDO DEGLI OGGETTI   UniCredit Contemporary Art Collection UniCredit Art Gallery, Verona June 2013   Il Mondo degli Oggetti  ["The World of Objects"] features a selection of contemporary works from the UniCredit Art Collection that present us with new perspectives on everyday objects.These pieces by two Italian and four international artists challenge us to rethink how we represent, incorporate or interact with various objects in our daily lives. For Handan Börüteçene, objects give voice to the history of places. To Giuseppe Penone, objects are a bridge between humans and substance, while Robin Rhode displays them as a creative dialogue. But whether objects are the mysterious or unexpected presences of  Andrea Galvani , accumulations of Maria Friberg or complex assemblages of Michael Johansson, the exhibition shows that objects interact with our spaces and with us, and speak to our time and history.

IL MONDO DEGLI OGGETTI
UniCredit Contemporary Art Collection
UniCredit Art Gallery, Verona
June 2013

Il Mondo degli Oggetti ["The World of Objects"] features a selection of contemporary works from the UniCredit Art Collection that present us with new perspectives on everyday objects.These pieces by two Italian and four international artists challenge us to rethink how we represent, incorporate or interact with various objects in our daily lives. For Handan Börüteçene, objects give voice to the history of places. To Giuseppe Penone, objects are a bridge between humans and substance, while Robin Rhode displays them as a creative dialogue. But whether objects are the mysterious or unexpected presences of Andrea Galvani, accumulations of Maria Friberg or complex assemblages of Michael Johansson, the exhibition shows that objects interact with our spaces and with us, and speak to our time and history.

   LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA: NELL'ACQUA CAPISCO   Curated by Claudio Libero Pisano Ateno Veneto / Procuratie Vecchie 29 May - 29 September 2013  Water is protagonist of this project, it tells us the relations, communications, feelings and aspirations that move through this element as a vehicle to express a mood. Water is the common feature of all works exhibited, its roaming sound attempts to hide feelings of distress, diving into water can be a way to recover the outside world. Furthermore, water means sharing, interpreting inclusive messages, water gives us the possibility to reconvert a common good into more productive elements. All this is told through the works of artists who were able to create an original dialogue with water, sometimes joyful, often painful, but always thoughtful. Artists: Gregorio Botta, Simone Cametti, Paolo Canevari, Davide D’Elia, Alberto Di Fabio, Bruna Esposito,  Andrea Galvani , Laurel Holloman, Regina José Galindo, Donatella Landi, Marina Paris, Simone Pellegrini, Gioacchino Pontrelli, Annie Ratti, Barbara Salvucci, Donatella Spaziani, Francesco Vaccari

LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA: NELL'ACQUA CAPISCO
Curated by Claudio Libero Pisano
Ateno Veneto / Procuratie Vecchie
29 May - 29 September 2013

Water is protagonist of this project, it tells us the relations, communications, feelings and aspirations that move through this element as a vehicle to express a mood. Water is the common feature of all works exhibited, its roaming sound attempts to hide feelings of distress, diving into water can be a way to recover the outside world. Furthermore, water means sharing, interpreting inclusive messages, water gives us the possibility to reconvert a common good into more productive elements. All this is told through the works of artists who were able to create an original dialogue with water, sometimes joyful, often painful, but always thoughtful. Artists: Gregorio Botta, Simone Cametti, Paolo Canevari, Davide D’Elia, Alberto Di Fabio, Bruna Esposito, Andrea Galvani, Laurel Holloman, Regina José Galindo, Donatella Landi, Marina Paris, Simone Pellegrini, Gioacchino Pontrelli, Annie Ratti, Barbara Salvucci, Donatella Spaziani, Francesco Vaccari

   HIGGS OCEAN: FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA   Curated by Marinella Paderni 3 May - 16 June 2013   "Una volta trafitto il cielo e raggiunto l’ultimo strato della ionosfera, una qualsiasi fonte di luce a cui venga imposta una direzione è in grado di viaggiare per sempre verso le profondità più remote dello spazio."  Con questa dichiarazione si apriva  Higgs Ocean  di  Andrea Galvani , progetto esposto nel 2011 alla Biennale di Mosca e a numerose mostre internazionali, che viene ora per la prima volta riunito in uno spazio Istituzionale Italiano. La mostra a cura di Marinella Paderni fa parte del ciclo di personali ospitate da Fotografia Europea nella splendida cornice dei Chiostri di San Pietro. Per l’edizione 2013, che si svolgerà tra maggio e giugno, con tre giornate inaugurali dal 3 al 5 maggio, il tema scelto è  Cambiare. Fotografia e responsabilità.  Trattandosi di una riflessione a tutto campo sull’immagine contemporanea, si confrontano sul tema non solo fotografi ma anche intellettuali, artisti, filosofi e scrittori. Il punto di partenza è l’insegnamento di Luigi Ghirri: la possibilità, attraverso l’immagine, di guardare al mondo come non lo si è mai fatto prima.

HIGGS OCEAN: FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA
Curated by Marinella Paderni
3 May - 16 June 2013

"Una volta trafitto il cielo e raggiunto l’ultimo strato della ionosfera, una qualsiasi fonte di luce a cui venga imposta una direzione è in grado di viaggiare per sempre verso le profondità più remote dello spazio." Con questa dichiarazione si apriva Higgs Ocean di Andrea Galvani, progetto esposto nel 2011 alla Biennale di Mosca e a numerose mostre internazionali, che viene ora per la prima volta riunito in uno spazio Istituzionale Italiano. La mostra a cura di Marinella Paderni fa parte del ciclo di personali ospitate da Fotografia Europea nella splendida cornice dei Chiostri di San Pietro. Per l’edizione 2013, che si svolgerà tra maggio e giugno, con tre giornate inaugurali dal 3 al 5 maggio, il tema scelto è Cambiare. Fotografia e responsabilità. Trattandosi di una riflessione a tutto campo sull’immagine contemporanea, si confrontano sul tema non solo fotografi ma anche intellettuali, artisti, filosofi e scrittori. Il punto di partenza è l’insegnamento di Luigi Ghirri: la possibilità, attraverso l’immagine, di guardare al mondo come non lo si è mai fatto prima.

  PGH Photo Fair 2013  Space Corners 18-19 May 2013   Artists:   Andrea Galvani , Ed Panar, Charlotte Dumas.

PGH Photo Fair 2013
Space Corners
18-19 May 2013

Artists: Andrea Galvani, Ed Panar, Charlotte Dumas.

   IL PRIMO LUSTRO   Curated by Luca Panaro and Marcello Sparaventi Centrale Fotografia, Fano 8-9 June 2013  L’immagine fotografica torna ad essere protagonista nel centro storico di Fano con la V Edizione di Centrale Fotografia, rassegna annuale di eventi sulla fotografia e l’arte contemporanea. Quest’anno la manifestazione festeggia il suo primo “lustro”, cinque anni di intensa attività all’insegna dell’immagine analizzata nelle sue infinite declinazioni. L’intento della manifestazione è infatti quello di fare una radiografia dell’attuale panorama artistico italiano, attraverso incontri con gli autori, mostre, conferenze, tavole rotonde, eventi collaterali, momenti di riflessione sulla fotografia e l’arte attuale, oltre ad offrire l’opportunità di scoprire bellissimi luoghi della città, come la Rocca Malatestiana, dove quest’anno si svolgono i principali appuntamenti di Centrale Fotografia.  Negli anni precedenti la rassegna ha ricordato la Scuola Fotografica Marchigiana: Mario Giacomelli, Giuseppe Cavalli e Luigi Crocenzi (2009), in seguito ha ospitato importanti artisti come Franco Vaccari e Olivo Barbieri (2010), Mario Cresci e Paola Di Bello (2011), Alessandra Spranzi e Paolo Ventura (2012). Gli ospiti d’onore di quest’anno sono due altrettanto affermati artisti internazionali contemporanei:  Andrea Galvani  e Paola De Pietri. Come tradizione si raccontano al pubblico in una conferenza dal taglio retrospettivo, capace di trasmettere il senso e l’evoluzione della loro produzione nel tempo. Gli incontri con gli ospiti d’onore sono accompagnati da proiezioni d’immagini e arricchiti dal dibattito col pubblico, alimentando il dialogo e favorendo la comprensione di una ricerca visiva spesso complessa e articolata.

IL PRIMO LUSTRO
Curated by Luca Panaro and Marcello Sparaventi
Centrale Fotografia, Fano
8-9 June 2013

L’immagine fotografica torna ad essere protagonista nel centro storico di Fano con la V Edizione di Centrale Fotografia, rassegna annuale di eventi sulla fotografia e l’arte contemporanea. Quest’anno la manifestazione festeggia il suo primo “lustro”, cinque anni di intensa attività all’insegna dell’immagine analizzata nelle sue infinite declinazioni. L’intento della manifestazione è infatti quello di fare una radiografia dell’attuale panorama artistico italiano, attraverso incontri con gli autori, mostre, conferenze, tavole rotonde, eventi collaterali, momenti di riflessione sulla fotografia e l’arte attuale, oltre ad offrire l’opportunità di scoprire bellissimi luoghi della città, come la Rocca Malatestiana, dove quest’anno si svolgono i principali appuntamenti di Centrale Fotografia.

Negli anni precedenti la rassegna ha ricordato la Scuola Fotografica Marchigiana: Mario Giacomelli, Giuseppe Cavalli e Luigi Crocenzi (2009), in seguito ha ospitato importanti artisti come Franco Vaccari e Olivo Barbieri (2010), Mario Cresci e Paola Di Bello (2011), Alessandra Spranzi e Paolo Ventura (2012). Gli ospiti d’onore di quest’anno sono due altrettanto affermati artisti internazionali contemporanei: Andrea Galvani e Paola De Pietri. Come tradizione si raccontano al pubblico in una conferenza dal taglio retrospettivo, capace di trasmettere il senso e l’evoluzione della loro produzione nel tempo. Gli incontri con gli ospiti d’onore sono accompagnati da proiezioni d’immagini e arricchiti dal dibattito col pubblico, alimentando il dialogo e favorendo la comprensione di una ricerca visiva spesso complessa e articolata.

   CONVERSAZIONI SULL'IMMAGINE    BOOK LAUNCH  Centro Arti Visive Pescheria, Pesaro 14 April 2013, 5 PM  Eight conversations between Luca Panaro and artists of different approaches but nonetheless interpreters of the strictest contemporaneity. Their chosen medium is photography but their cultural field is art. Reflection on the image and its most recent use makes this brief collection of interviews a handy tool for decoding the present.

CONVERSAZIONI SULL'IMMAGINE BOOK LAUNCH
Centro Arti Visive Pescheria, Pesaro
14 April 2013, 5 PM

Eight conversations between Luca Panaro and artists of different approaches but nonetheless interpreters of the strictest contemporaneity. Their chosen medium is photography but their cultural field is art. Reflection on the image and its most recent use makes this brief collection of interviews a handy tool for decoding the present.

   TERRARIUM: ANDREA GALVANI AND TIM HYDE    Marso Galería, Mexico City 9 April - 26 May 2013   Terrarium  is a conversation in five rooms taking place simultaneously. The historical architecture of the gallery is used by the artists to enclose a dialog between separate geographic explorations of time and memory. The exhibition itself is alive and in flux, featuring a collaboratively-built modular sculpture that is continuously reconfigured to enable conversations and actions with artists and curators in Mexico City. The show includes more than 25 works of photography, collage, drawing, video, and sculpture. New works are combined with projects that have been exhibited internationally at venues that include the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Moscow Biennale, the Ar/ge Kunst Galerie Museum in Bolzano Italy, the Poznan Biennale in Poland, and the Whitney Museum of Art in New York. Terrarium marks the first exhibition by both artists in Mexico.  In addition to the exhibition at Marso Gallery, the artists will present a special installation at Zona Maco 2013, derived from their ongoing collaborative project, The Skull Sessions.  The Skull Sessions  are conversations rendered as form. Each Session is a dialogue recorded and reshaped into experimental publications, objects, images, and installations.

TERRARIUM: ANDREA GALVANI AND TIM HYDE
Marso Galería, Mexico City
9 April - 26 May 2013

Terrarium is a conversation in five rooms taking place simultaneously. The historical architecture of the gallery is used by the artists to enclose a dialog between separate geographic explorations of time and memory. The exhibition itself is alive and in flux, featuring a collaboratively-built modular sculpture that is continuously reconfigured to enable conversations and actions with artists and curators in Mexico City. The show includes more than 25 works of photography, collage, drawing, video, and sculpture. New works are combined with projects that have been exhibited internationally at venues that include the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Moscow Biennale, the Ar/ge Kunst Galerie Museum in Bolzano Italy, the Poznan Biennale in Poland, and the Whitney Museum of Art in New York. Terrarium marks the first exhibition by both artists in Mexico.

In addition to the exhibition at Marso Gallery, the artists will present a special installation at Zona Maco 2013, derived from their ongoing collaborative project, The Skull Sessions. The Skull Sessions are conversations rendered as form. Each Session is a dialogue recorded and reshaped into experimental publications, objects, images, and installations.

   NEXT STOP: ITALY   Curated by Renato Miracco Phillips Collection, Washington DC 20 March - 28 April 2013  The new world that is taking shape demands to be explored by a wide range of artistic languages, with the aim of closely confronting the new frontiers of reality. As with other countries in the past, photography in Italy seems, more than ever, to be in harmony with the times, capable of integrating the dominant characteristics of the present era. The photographic composition involves a process of intensification and actualization of reality, a synthesis, exactly as poetry distills concepts with essential, perfectly balanced words, without there being a single superfluous one. The gift of the image and the brevity of verse are places from which to observe our own soul and to see precisely what it is doing, thinking, or feeling. In 2013, Year of Italian Culture in the United States, contemporary Italian photography and poetry verse join together as protagonists to show America the special, all-Italian relationship between tradition and renewal, past and future. Artists: Gabriele Basilico, Gianni Berengo Gardin, Mario Cresci,  Andrea Galvani , Luigi Ghirri, Mimmo Jodice, Franco Vaccari, Nino Migliori, Renato D'Agostin, Francesco Nonino, Paolo Ventura

NEXT STOP: ITALY
Curated by Renato Miracco
Phillips Collection, Washington DC
20 March - 28 April 2013

The new world that is taking shape demands to be explored by a wide range of artistic languages, with the aim of closely confronting the new frontiers of reality. As with other countries in the past, photography in Italy seems, more than ever, to be in harmony with the times, capable of integrating the dominant characteristics of the present era. The photographic composition involves a process of intensification and actualization of reality, a synthesis, exactly as poetry distills concepts with essential, perfectly balanced words, without there being a single superfluous one. The gift of the image and the brevity of verse are places from which to observe our own soul and to see precisely what it is doing, thinking, or feeling. In 2013, Year of Italian Culture in the United States, contemporary Italian photography and poetry verse join together as protagonists to show America the special, all-Italian relationship between tradition and renewal, past and future. Artists: Gabriele Basilico, Gianni Berengo Gardin, Mario Cresci, Andrea Galvani, Luigi Ghirri, Mimmo Jodice, Franco Vaccari, Nino Migliori, Renato D'Agostin, Francesco Nonino, Paolo Ventura

  THE ARMORY SHOW 2013  Aperture Foundation | Booth 827 Spaces Corners | Booth 821 7-10 March 2013  Aperture Foundation  Artists: Rinko Kawauchi, Enrique Metinides, Richard Misrach,  Andrea Galvani , Doug Rickard, and James Welling  Space Corners Artists:    Andrea Galvani , Tim Hyde, and Ed Panar

THE ARMORY SHOW 2013
Aperture Foundation | Booth 827
Spaces Corners | Booth 821
7-10 March 2013

Aperture Foundation  Artists: Rinko Kawauchi, Enrique Metinides, Richard Misrach, Andrea Galvani, Doug Rickard, and James Welling

Space Corners Artists: Andrea Galvani, Tim Hyde, and Ed Panar

  UNTITLED. ART FAIR MIAMI BEACH 2012  Curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud 3-9 December 2012   Andrea Galvani  and   Tim Hyde   and have been invited by curator Omar Lopez-Chahoud to present a version of their collaborative project   The Skull Sessions   as one of seven Special Projects that will be included in Untitled, the first curated art fair in Miami. The artists are constructing a modular space to contain an exploded view of Skull Sessions No.01 and 02, long-form conversations with Saul Melman and Alice Miceli. Over the course of the event, The space will incorporate a series of public talks and actions talks that revolve around radiation, invisibility, and geometry.

UNTITLED. ART FAIR MIAMI BEACH 2012
Curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud
3-9 December 2012

Andrea Galvani and Tim Hyde and have been invited by curator Omar Lopez-Chahoud to present a version of their collaborative project The Skull Sessions as one of seven Special Projects that will be included in Untitled, the first curated art fair in Miami. The artists are constructing a modular space to contain an exploded view of Skull Sessions No.01 and 02, long-form conversations with Saul Melman and Alice Miceli. Over the course of the event, The space will incorporate a series of public talks and actions talks that revolve around radiation, invisibility, and geometry.

  CONTEMPORARY ISTANBUL ART FAIR  22-25 November 2012   

CONTEMPORARY ISTANBUL ART FAIR
22-25 November 2012

 

  ARTISSIMA 2012  Artericambi | Violet Hall, Booth 12 8-11 November 2012  Artists: Carles Congost, Helen Dowling,  Andrea Galvani,  Anna Hughes, Giovanni Morbin, Fabio Sandri, Wael Shawky

ARTISSIMA 2012
Artericambi | Violet Hall, Booth 12
8-11 November 2012

Artists: Carles Congost, Helen Dowling, Andrea Galvani, Anna Hughes, Giovanni Morbin, Fabio Sandri, Wael Shawky