Mario Dondero, un uomo un racconto

until 29 April 2018

Museo Lechi, via Martiri della Libertà 33, Montichiari (Brescia) – IT

Opening hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10am – 1pm and 2.30 – 6 pm, Sunday 3 – 7 pm.

 

Mario Dondero, Nouveau Roman, 1959

 

Photosensibile curated by Maria Fratelli and Massimo Minini

opening Tuesday 10 April – until 13 May 2018

Studio Museo Francesco Messina, via san Sisto 4/A, Milan – IT

PhotosensibileAt Studio Museo Francesco Messina Massimo Minini shows  valuable sculptures, from Adolfo Wildt to Vanessa Beecroft, chosen from his personal collection and compared to the pictures taken by himself.

So the gallerist becomes artist, with the same sensibility he used to choose national and international artists.

Dialoguing with the sculptures by Francesco Messina, artworks by Ghada Amer, Letizia Cariello, Hans Peter Feldmann, Paolo Icaro, Bertrand Lavier, Giacomo Manzù, Mathieu Mercier, Ariel Schlesinger, Vittorio Tavernari and Armando Andrade Tudela.

Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 6pm. Free entrance.

 

Teaser from the short film which documents the work of our artful artist.

Production by Raspberry&Jam, music by Lori Goldston.
See moreover at Cereal Magazine

Untitled,2017, dye on canvas, 147x118cm_72dpi

ICON DESIGN Talks

Thursday 19 April, 12 am

Microsoft House, viale Pasubio 21, Milano – IT

Letizia Cariello in conversation with Francesca Molteni

Common Past – A talk about the values of archives as tools for the future across different perspectives; creative direction and design, artistic practice and film making.

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Programma completo: Icon Design Talks 2018_17-22 aprile_Palinsesto eventi

 

Betty Woodman. House and Universe

opening Monday 19 March – until 17 June 2018

Chi K11 Art Museum, Shanghai – CN

Rose room,2008_72dpiHouse and Universe, the first solo exhibition in Asia dedicated to the work of Betty Woodman (1930-2018), will focus on a variety of Woodman’s mixed media works from the past decade, including sculptures, triptych vases, large installations, and canvas pieces in addition to some of her earlier works.
Betty Woodman’s artistic earthenware creations are a vast departure from the daily functionality typically associated with pottery. She managed to break away from the inevitable connection between household containers and domestic life, in turn redefining people’s impressions of women and their traditional roles within the home. Woodman’s works leverage the spirit of the regional cultures of multiple historical eras through the use of clay.

 

 

 

Betty Woodman, Rose Room, 2008

© Galleria Massimo Minini

Letizia Cariello – Joie de vivre

until Monday 12 March 2018

MIA PHOTO Fair, The Mall, Piazza Lina Bo Bardi 1, Milano- IT

Stand 14, corridoio B 

Letizia Cariello wins the reward BNL Gruppo BNP Paribas of MIA PHOTO Fair with the project Joie de Vivre, presented by Galleria Massimo Minini .

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Letizia Cariello

Joie de vivre, zero, 2017

c-print e filato di lana

12.5 x 18 cm

Group exhibition: The San Patrignano collection. Work in progress

opening Thursday 15 March – until 2 April 2018

Triennale, Viale Alemagna 6, Milano – IT

The exhibition presents a collection of works by contemporary artists donated to the rehab community by private collectors, galleries and by the authors themselves in the 40th year since the community foundation in 1978. A contemporary anthology with a huge artistic value, looking to the future through contemporary art reshaping the relationship between art, social work, and the surrounding territory.

For more information see the following link: Triennale. Work in progress

Staccando l'Ombra da Terra_1998_300dpi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mario Airò

Staccando l’ombra da terra, 1998

plexiglass, branches, kite

70x220x140 cm

© Galleria Massimo Minini

Group exhibition: Carta Bianca. Capodimonte Imaginaire

until 17 June 2018

Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, via Miano 2, 80131 Napoli- IT

Ten rooms of the museum set up by famous artists interpreting the historical

collections according to their sensibilities and their visions of museum and art.

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BAR_013 72dpiGroup exhibition: Living with gods. Peoples, places and worlds beyond

until 8 April2018

British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG – UK

Beliefs in spiritual beings and worlds beyond nature are characteristic of all human societies. By looking at how people believe through everyday objects of faith, this exhibition provides a perspective on what makes believing a vital part of human behaviour. Seeing how people believe, rather than considering what they believe, suggests that humans might be naturally inclined to believe in transcendent worlds and beings. Stories, objects, images, prayers, meditation and rituals can provide ways for people to cope with anxieties about the world, and help form strong social bonds. This in turn helps to make our lives well-ordered and understandable.

For more information see the following link: Living with gods. British Museum