Alterazioni e trasfigurazioni del corpo nell’arte contemporanea 

Saturday 2 December, 3.30 pm

Sala Grande, Palazzo Martinengo delle palle, via San Martino della Battaglia 18, Brescia


Massimo Minini in conversation with Anna Detheridge and Nicola Fornoni


Abramovic skeleton

Group exhibition: Kunst Heilt Medizin

opening 22 November 2017, 5 pm – until March 2018

Catholic Theology Faculty, University of Graz, Universitatplatz 3, Graz

Letizia Cariello takes part in the show with the work Polittico-bambino.

Letizia Cariello, Polittico-Bambino, 2015, ph. Claudia Trianni


Aldo Grazzi/Maurizio Donzelli. Giardini cosmici

until 4 February 2018

LaGalleria, Complesso Museale Palazzo Ducale di Mantova, Palazzo del Capitano, piazza Sordello 42A, Mantova

curated by Peter Assmann and Renata Casarin

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Maurizio Donzelli

Giardino, 2012

Arazzo, tessitura con telaio Jacquard, 136×196 cm

© Galleria Massimo Minini

JMonk @ VoxJonathan Monk. Exhibit Model Three

opening 16 November 2017, 5 pm – until 20 January 2018

VOX Centre de l’image contemporaine, 2 rue Ste-Catherine Est, espace 401, Montréal – QC

The work of British artist Jonathan Monk stands out for its Conceptualist and humorous approach, referencing everything from canonical works of art history to actions and statements by famous artists to personal stories. His books, sculptures, paintings and photographs, often presented as installations, offer a desanctified vision of art, the artist and the creative process. You should not expect to see any of these works at VOX, however: for this retrospective exhibition, Monk has chosen to leave the gallery empty of material objects…


For more informations see the following link: centrevox

Paolo Icaro & Luigi Ghirri – Le pietre del cielo

opening friday 10 november 2017, 18 pm – until 28 january 2018

Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Area Carlo Scarpa, Venezia– IT

Curated by Chiara Bertola and Giuliano Sergio, in collaboration with Galleria Massimo Minini and Galleria P240

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Sheila Hicks – Free Threads, textile and its pre-columbian roots, 1954-2017

until 2 april 2018

Museo Amparo, 2 Sur 708, 72000 Puebla, Mexico

Without being a retrospective, this exhibition proposes a vast panorama of Sheila Hicks’ work. From one of her first paintings from 1954 to an installation designed for the Museum’s Lobby, proposing a thematic, non-chronological tour that delves into the artist’s concerns while highlighting her Latin American roots and influences. Although she lived in Mexico between 1959 and 1964, this is the artist’s first exhibition in the country since a collaboration with Antonio Souza Gallery in 1961.

Along the tour, great attention has been paid to the search for works that are not among the artist’s best known of and some of which have never been exposed, for at least several decades.

For more info see the following link: Museo Amparo


schlesinger tel avivGroup exhibition: Current Affairs

opening thursday 7 december 2017, 8 pm

Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 6 Tarsat Blvd, Tel Aviv, Israel

The exhibition offers an observation of the way in which art can capture something of the current, contemporary Zeitgeist. It centers on six large-scale murals created in the gallery, alongside works in diverse media by artists of various generations as well as archive photographs. The exhibition is accompanied by discussions with artists about the way in which their art faces current affairs.

Participating artists: Walid Abu Shakra, Yaron Atar, Avner Ben-Gal, Werner Braun, Yossi Breger, Yael Efrati, Asaf Elkalai, Maayan Elyakim, Moshe Gershuni, Tsibi Geva, Michal Helfman, Irit Hemmo, Omry Keren, Yehudit Levin, Oscar Miestchaninoff, Karam Natur, Gilad Ratman, Ariel Reichman, Reuven Rubin, Ariel Schlesinger, Otte Wallish, Sharon Yaari.

Jm and ArielJonathan Monk & Ariel Schlesinger – Related things unrelated things related…

opening sunday 5 november 2017, 10 am – 13

Associazione Barriera,via Crescentino 25, Torino – IT

The artists decided not to consult each other when working towards this exhibition and would only actually see each others works when the installation commences. The hope is that connections might be found and even if there aren’t any obvious references the unrelated will be encouraged or forced to relate when placed side by side…

A project by Galleria Massimo Minini in collaboration with Barriera and Fondazione CRT.

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Jonathan Monk, Ariel Schelsinger

Bits & Pieces Put Together to Present a Semblance of a Whole (twice), 2017

© Galleria Massimo Minini


Sheila Hicks in Voyage d’Hiver, Chateau de Versailles

until 7 January 2018

Chateau de Versailles, Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles – FR

On the occasion of its 10th exhibition of contemporary art, the Chateau de Versailles presents a discovery trail through the groves: Voyage d’hiver, curated by the Palais de Tokyo. In what is one of the largest open-air sculpture museums in the world, 17 contemporary artists are adding their own works to those originally commissioned by Louis XIV. Among them, Sheila Hicks with Proserpine en Chrysalyde located in the Colonnade Grove, Versailles.

For more info see the following link: 

Sheila Hicks Versailles