Articoli

CORPUS DEI

Mostra collettiva a cura di Daphnée Thibaud e Giulia Capogna

Vernissage: sabato 26 novembre 2016 dalle h 19.00

Performance di Massimo ScognamiglioRebirth

Live painting di Diamond e Solo

Finissage: 7 gennaio 2017 dalle h 19.00

Beppe Stasi –  Claudia Ducalia – Diamond – Eolo Perfido – Fabio Timpanaro – Francesco Viscuso – Giorgio Finamore – Karl Billaud – Marco Rea – Nicola Alessandrini – Riccardo Mannelli – Saturno Buttò – Selena Leardini – Servadio – Sicioldr – Solo – Valentina Brostean

Nero Gallery è lieta di presentare Corpus Dei, mostra collettiva composta da 17 artisti italiani.

La mostra esplora diversi modi di rappresentare e di utilizzare il corpo nelle opere d’arte. Il corpo nella sua trasformazione e nelle sue molteplici manifestazioni diventa il medium attraverso cui l’artista esprime il proprio concetto di arte. Gli artisti esposti sono tutti italiani ma provenienti da mondi diversi: dalla lowbrow art e dal pop surrealismo, dalla foto-manipolazione, dal fumetto e dall’illustrazione per toccare infine anche la street art. La mostra abbraccia, in questo modo, diverse discipline e molteplici interpretazioni, rispecchiando e riflettendo la varietà espressiva di ogni singolo.

La visione degli artisti mira a reinterpretare la concezione del corpo come mezzo espressivo nell’arte. Il corpo è l’oggetto di tutte le sperimentazioni ed è stato il centro di profondi sconvolgimenti ideologici, politici e culturali: lo ritroviamo nel ritratto, nella fotografia, nel collage, nel disegno, nella pittura, nel tatuaggio. Il corpo è sublimato, venerato, rappresentato come pura poesia dell’estetica ma allo stesso tempo deformato, frammentato, ferito, ibrido e sfigurato. La mostra toccherà vari temi e visioni e il suo allestimento sarà un percorso proibito e celato che svelerà molte opere sorprendenti.

The Passion of Artemisia Gentileschi exhibited at Palazzo Braschi

A major exhibition is about to arrive in Rome: a tribute to the seventeenth-century painter Artemisia Gentileschi. The 90 works from various museums, will be exhibited at Palazzo Braschi in Rome from November 30 until ‘May 8, 2017.

A symbol of the feminist ante-litteram

L ‘interest in the figure of Artemisia Gentileschi (1593-1653) has been turned on since his art was read feminist. His paintings, which depict biblical heroines strong and rebel against the male submission, have been interpreted in the light of the personal lives of Artemisia, who defied the conventions of his time in court citing her rapist. In fact in the various versions of “Judith Slaying Holofernes” or “Jael and Sisaro”, it is a raw emotional charge that is manifested by the murder of the protagonist, in which many have identified Agostino Tassi, in fact the rapist. Artemisia is really the symbol of women committed to achieving their affirmation in a male-dominated field. Manages to get, first of all, the Academy of Arts and Design and have major clients both in Italy and abroad.

 

Giuditta che decapita Oloferne, olio su tela (158,8x125,5 cm) realizzato fra il 1612 e il 1613 dalla pittrice italiana Artemisia Gentileschi

Giuditta che decapita Oloferne, olio su tela (158,8×125,5 cm) realizzato fra il 1612 e il 1613 dalla pittrice italiana Artemisia Gentileschi

However, this would be a simplistic interpretation for a artist who passionately loved his work and was intended to painting and color mixes from an early age in his father’s shop. you can not deny his genius, the realism of his figures, the light and shade, the perfect anatomy and drama of Caravaggio mold. Artemisia Gentileschi‘s painting itself that is in ” self-portrait as an allegory of painting “, a woman inspired by compass following the star in the sky:” Allegory of ‘inclination’, the all-encompassing way of life in ” self-portrait as a martyr “. In Palazzo Braschi, appointment from November 30 to see the soul and sensitivity of this painter.

Artemisia Gentileschi e il Volterrano Data1615 - 1616 Tecnica olio su tela Dimensioni 152×61 cm Ubicazione Casa Buonarroti, Firenze

Artemisia Gentileschi – “Allegoria dell’inclinazione”
Data 1615 – 1616
Tecnica olio su tela
Dimensioni 152×61 cm
Ubicazione Casa Buonarroti, Firenze

When:

 

From November 30, 2016 al May 8, 2017

From Tuesday to Sunday at 10:00 to 19:00.
24 and December 31 at 10:00 to 14:00
Closing days: Monday, December 25, January 1, May 1
The ticket office closes one hour earlier

Price:

11 € full price, 9 € reduced

Where:

Palazzo Braschi, Museo di Roma, Piazza di San Pantaleo 10, Roma

Other info:

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At the Bramante’s Cloister love in contemporary art

The Bramante’s Cloister is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of its activities with an exhibition of international level. And an absolute must-see cultural proposal that brings Rome to the levels of estimated world realities. The initiative is named “Love. Contemporary art meets the love “, and it is an emotional journey of modern artists through different facets of Eros.

Yoyoi Kusama is present with his The Eternal Love I have for the Pupkins, which projects the viewer into a psychedelic world, consists of strange figures like bright yellow pumpkins endlessly reproduced by mirrors; Robert Indiana with the famous four-letter icon in the word LOVE; Andy Warhol’s Marilyn One Multicoloured, image pop art most publicized in the world, this just to name a few.

Yayoi Kusama All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins 2016, eventi roma

Yayoi Kusama All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins 2016 Legno, specchio, plastica, acrilico, LED, 292,4x415x415 cm Edizione di 3 prove più 1 dell’artista Courtesy: Kusama Enterprise, Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo / Singapore and Victoria Miro, London © Yayoi Kusama. Photography by Thierry Bal

 

Robert Indiana Love 1966-1999, eventi roma

Robert Indiana Love 1966-1999 Scultura, alluminio policromo (red and gold), 91,5×91,5×45,75 cm. AP 3/4. Courtesy: Galleria d’Arte Maggiore, G.A.M., Bologna, Italia. © Robert Indiana by SIAE 2016

 

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Andy Warhol One Multicoloured Marilyn (Reversal Series) 1979-1986 Acrilico, polimeri sintetici e serigrafia su tela, 50,8×40,7 cm Courtesy: Collezione privata (VR) © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Inc. by SIAE 2016

 

Tom Wesselmann Smoker 1971 , eventi roma

Tom Wesselmann Smoker 1971 Vinile colorato su pannello, 144×160 cm Courtesy: Flora Bigai Arte Contemporanea. © Tom Wesselmann by SIAE 2016

Sensory involvement to 360 °

The exhibition goes beyond the concept of the museum: the public lives in a company, and through the official hashtag #chiostrolove photographer, shares, track its presence on dedicated spaces and allow capture of corridors and rooms. Also you can choose from five audio-guide characters with distinct characteristics that accompany virtually in the story of the various compositions and nell’apprezzarne emotions.

Info Show Bramante’s Cloister

+39 069151941 #chiostrolove http://www.chiostrodelbramante.it/

At your place:

The exhibition will present Love up to February 19, 2017 Monday, October 31 special event Pumpkins Night 2016, admission to the exhibition with extended hours, special night to live among fluorescent pumpkins, giant papier-mache flowers, endless links and messages of love neon.

Timetables:

Monday 31 October: 10:00 to 00:00 (extended opening hours) Every day from 10.00 to 20.00 Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 to 21.00 (ticket office closes one hour earlier)

Where:

Bramante’s Cloister, Via Arco della Pace 5, Rome