Elementi Contrapposti is an exhibition that combines the artworks of Domenico Laterza, Robin Seir and Nicole Voltan, with the aim of proposing a shared dialogue between these young artists who are linked by an aesthetic language that goes beyond the traditional medium of painting.

The show will be inaugurated on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 at 6.30pm and will be accompanied by a brochure containing texts written by the artists about the works on display.

The exhibition in Mucciaccia Contemporary‘s spaces will unfold through the silent and veiled relationships between the different artworks in a path in which the differences will be highlighted, but still characterized by echoes and recalls.

The artists rework common materials through a process of adding, eliminating and layering; actions that express a cheery and laborious creativity in order to bring out a sign language made of visual narratives.

The artists communicate independently and use themes drawn from a deep understanding of their surroundings. The work of Domenico Laterza is marked by the appropriation of everyday materials, while Robin Seir operates cognitively by entering iconic elements, and finally Nicole Voltan deals with subjects such as geography and astrology making them her strong points.

Domenico Laterza (Milan, 1988) presents sculptures taken from the series Small Dancers. The works are composed through the layering of advertising flyers. A common object stolen from the mechanisms of everyday life shaped by the artist into a supple form which unexpectedly reveal its aesthetic potential.

As a dance, the thread-like sculptural silhouette reveals the sensual material of the paper while the vibrant and changing colors capture the viewer’s gaze.

Robin Seir (Gothenburg, Sweden, 1986) exhibits, for the first time in Italy, a group of unpublished works wherein he rewrites a new aesthetic language. Exposed in the exhibition are works born from a meditation on visual elements traditionally involved in the cognitive processes.

Otikira, evokes the aesthetics of an ancient and primordial reality and, together with other works, presents a material stratification in which visual agents taken from the world of modern communication and prehistoric writing are combined.

All areas of his works are perfectly balanced, the brightness and brilliance of the copper and silver colors, reminiscent precious industrial materials, lead to a compositional balance resulting from a slow and procedural creative work realized in phases and layers.

Nicole Voltan (Mestre, 1984) presents unpublished works, created in the wake of profound reflections on astrology, geography and the gravitational states of the planet. Ingiustificato ingigantimento di un distacco minimo di tufo is a site specific work in which the shapes drawn with tuff, cotton threads and needles remain suspended in our view thanks to a perfect balance created by the artist.

Nicole Voltan has the ability to perform branched analysis with a unique aesthetic of rarefied beauty. She draws astral constellations, geographic stratifications of our territory, and Earth’s flat cartography. Every works is a fragment of the immense science where man is the smallest part of the larger cosmos that await discovery.

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Opening Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 at 6.30pm
Elementi Contrapposti. Domenico Laterza, Robin Seir, Domenico Laterza

Opening to the public: 6 December 2018 – 28 February 2019
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10.30am – 7pm; Sunday and Monday closed
Mucciaccia Contemporary, Piazza Borghese 1/A, 00186 Roma

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‘Olympia e le Muse’ exhibition in Roma

Etchings and original engravings from the most important Masters of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism in Europe.

Acqueforti e incisioni originali dei più importanti maestri dell’Impressionismo e Post-Impressionismo in Europa.

Thirty rare Impressionist and Post-Impressionist graphic works by Manet, Renoir, Sisley, Bracquemond, Morisot, Pissarro and many others who used engraving and lithography as an autonomous and original artistic expression.

Trenta rare opere grafiche impressioniste e post-impressioniste di Manet, Renoir, Sisley, Bracquemond, Morisot, Pissarro e molti altri artisti che utilizzarono l’incisione e la litografia come espressione artistica autonoma e originale.


Curated by:
Stefania Minutaglio
Stefano Liberati


For more information

Olympia e le Muse
3rd-24th November 2018
Via dei Coronari, 111
Phone: +39 06 4521 4974
General inquiries: info@11art.gallery

P.O.V. [Point of Views]

Two conceptual artists. A live performance. A point of view: yours. P.O.V. [Point of Views] is a Selection of works by S. Silvestrini and M. Guglielmi Reimmortal, whose installation will be realized on-site in the gallery during the opening of the show.


P.O.V. [Point of Views] is a Selection of works by S. Silvestrini and M. Guglielmi Reimmortal, whose installation will be realized on-site in the gallery during the opening of the show. The artwork will be one of his ‘Walls’, the new concept by Marco Guglielmi Reimmortal after the ‘Sonic Tree’ series, concomitantly exposed in Venice, 16. Biennale Architettura 2018.

His live performance will take place on the Opening day, 06 October, from 11:00 a.m. till dusk.

Marco Guglielmi Reimmortal is a visual artist, performer, sound designer. Here exceptionally coinciding with his participation at the 16th Biennale Architettura in Venice.

Sergio Silvestrini is a photographer and conceptual artist. He plays with double, specularity, appearance, mystification. Reality and duplicates of reality, further duplicated by photographic representation.


For more information

P.O.V. [Point of Views]
6th-31st October 2018
Via dei Coronari, 111
Phone: +39 06 4521 4974
General inquiries: info@11art.gallery

This side up: FRAGILE

Mucciaccia Contemporary is pleased to present This side up: FRAGILE, the solo exhibition dedicated to the artist Shen Shaomin (1956, Heilongjiang province, China).

On the occasion will be exhibited 22 works, recently produced, taken from the series Handle with Care, in which the artist reproduces the masterpieces of modern and contemporary art history covering them with a painted packaging of bubble wrap and scotch.

The exhibition, curated by Giulia Abate, will be inaugurated Wednesday 17th October 2018 from 6.30pm. The show will be accompanied by a trilingual catalogue edited by Carlo Cambi Editore with an unpublished interview of the curator to the artist.

The idea behind the origin of the Handle with Care series, comes from a visit by Shen Shaomin to a warehouse museum. At the sight of carefully packaged art masterpieces, the artist perceived the sense of authority and their power of cultural representation. Hence, the feeling of venerability towards these works, considered like the “classics” masterpiece of Western art history.

Among the works on display, one notices a particular reference to the great artist and major exponent of American Pop Art, Andy Warhol, who used to create his works following an industrial process. “Andy Warhol  – says Shaomin – is one of my favorite artists whose works are constant replication. I replicate his works in his way of replicating works. That’s a consumption of his consumerism.”


Shen Shaomin is well known especially for the series of sculptures that represent in a hyper-realistic way human and animal nature, this works of art wanted to reflect on the theme of the artificiality and the relationship between the real and the imaginary.

On the occasion of the exhibition, Mucciaccia Contemporary’s space, will be set-up with various works from the series dedicated to the reproduction of great masterpieces of modern and contemporary art. The works have the appearance, as if they were wrapped in protective plastic packaging with scotch. The set-up of the gallery’s spaces with Shaomin’s works will simulate an exhibition during the dismantling phase with packaged paintings ready to be shipped to another destination.

There are several exhibitions who Shen Shaomin has participated and his numerous works of art become part of important public and private collections. Among his recent personal exhibitions there are: Keep Upright (2017), held at Klein Sun Gallery, New York, Handle with Care (2015) in the same gallery, There is no problem held at Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art, Guangzhou (Cina). Among the group exhibitions there are: Capital@Art.International (2018), Ost-Stern, a Francoforte e Almost There (2017), Jorge B. Vargas Museum, UP Diliman, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. Shen Shaomin has also participated in numerous art fairs, among the most recent: Art Basel, Hong Kong: Encounters (2017), Busan Biennale, Busan, South Korea (2017 and 2015), Xinjiang Biennale, Urumqi, China (2014).

Opening 17th October h. 6.30 pm
Shen Shaomin. This side up: FRAGILE, Curated by Giulia Abate
Mucciaccia Contemporary, piazza Borghese 1/A,
00186, Roma | T. +39 06 68309404
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Free entry

Shen Shaomin, Handle with Care MoMA No.4, Oil on canvas 116×81.4cm 2017 (Lèger)
Shen Shaomin, Handle With Care Soup Can No.1, Oil on canvas 50.8×40.6cm 2015


La galleria Mucciaccia Contemporary è lieta di annunciare in anteprima la mostra dedicata all’artista Shen Shaomin (1956, Heilongjiang Province, China) che si terrà nei mesi di ottobre-novembre 2018.

L’artista cinese è noto al pubblico soprattutto per la serie di sculture che rappresentano in maniera iperrealistica la natura umana e animale e che riflettono sul tema dell’artificialità e il rapporto tra il reale e l’immaginario.

In occasione della mostra allestita negli spazi della galleria Mucciaccia Contemporary, saranno esposte diverse opere tratte dalla serie dedicata alla riproduzione di grandi capolavori dell’arte moderna e contemporanea, ma sulle cui superfici pittoriche sono dipinte velature di pluriball e scotch. L’accurato allestimento degli spazi della galleria con le opere di Shaomin simuleranno una mostra in fase di smontaggio con opere pittoriche impacchettate e pronte per essere spedite verso un’altra destinazione.

La mostra  verrà accompagnata da un catalogo con dei testi critici che forniranno alcuni spunti di riflessione su importanti tematiche dell’arte contemporanea come la sua mimesi, mercificazione, fruizione e museificazione.  

Sono diverse le mostre a cui Shen Shaomin ha partecipato e numerose le opere che sono entrate a far parte di importanti collezioni pubbliche e private.  Tra le sue recenti mostre personali sono da ricordare: Keep Upright (2017), presso la Klein Sun Gallery, di New York, Handle with Care (2015) presso la stessa galleria e There is no problem presso Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art, Guangzhou (Cina). Tra le collettive si ricordano: Capital@Art.International (2018), Ost-Stern, a Francoforte e Almost There (2017), Jorge B. Vargas Museum, UP Diliman, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, nelle Filippine. Shen Shaomin ha preso parte anche numerose fiere d’arte, tra le più recenti: Art Basel, Hong Kong: Encounters (2017), Busan Biennale, Busan, South Korea nel 2017 e  nel 2015 e Xinjiang Biennale, Urumqi, Cina (2014).

Opening 17th October h. 6.30 pm
Shen Shaomin. This side up: FRAGILE, Curated by Giulia Abate
Mucciaccia Contemporary, piazza Borghese 1/A,
00186, Roma | T. +39 06 68309404
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Entrata Libera

Marco Guglielmi Reimmortal

Marco Guglielmi Reimmortal è sound designer, visual artist e performer. La sua carriera inizia dedicandosi alla sintesi sonora, pionieristica in Italia negli anni Ottanta. La ricerca lo porta a presentare il progetto Sonicmandala: un approccio alchemico alla materia sonora atto a stimolare visioni. Il progetto riceve alla Sala Santa Rita e alla Factory del MACRO il patrocinio del Comune di Roma e di Zetema cultura.

Le sue grandi installazioni concettuali cominciano a imporsi sulla scena artistica internazionale: espone a Berlino, Barcellona, Basilea, Parigi, New York. Contemporaneamente la sua ricerca sperimentale sul suono evocativo lo conduce a collaborare con noti musicisti internazionali in progetti di jazz avantgard, come solista in ‘Mono+1’ e come duo con ‘DualUnitOrgasm’.

Nel 2017 la sua prima grande retrospettiva viene allestita nella Chiesa dell’Abbazia della Misericordia durante il finissage della 57° Biennale di Venezia.
All’inizio del 2018 inaugura al Castello di Marostica il nuovo progetto TSP (Trance Sonic Painting), un istallazione performativa in cui l’artista effettua una trasposizione del vettore sonoro alla bidimensionalità della tela. Nello stesso anno, la sua installazione ‘Albero Sonico Destrutturato’ diventa il simbolo di ‘Borghi of Italy – No (F)earthquake’, evento collaterale ufficiale della 16°Biennale Architettura a Venezia, ospitato  negli spazi  del Concilio Europeo dell’Arte ai Giardini della Biennale.

Le installazioni Marco Guglielmi Reimmortal sono caratterizzate dalla confluenza di tutti i media e da una forte attitudine sperimentale.
Il suono è la fonte principale della sua ispirazione, ed è integrato nella sua visione dell’universo come sistema di corpi sonori in risonanza.
Prima di essere un artista visivo, Marco è un sound designer: la profonda connessione tra scultura, suono e video rende uniche le sue opere, concepite come moduli multimediali che generano suoni e proiettano immagini in uno spazio vivibile che il pubblico può abitare. In quello spazio, lo spettatore vive l’esperienza di una profonda connessione con la natura, attraverso il linguaggio emozionale dello stupore e della meraviglia.

Marco Guglielmi ReImmortal is a performer and a visual artist deeply involved in sound research during the last thirty years. He is the author of many projects for theatre and contemporary dance, art exhibitions and avantgarde performances.
In the last decade Marco focuses on performative and visual arts, creating sculptures and installations marked by the confluence of all media and by a strong experimental attitude. He has now a leading role in the italian avantgarde scene.

Marco creates sculptures and installations marked by the confluence of all media and by a strong experimental attitude. Sound is the main source of Marco’s inspiration, and is fully integrated to vision. In 2013 he created SonicMandala as an alchemical approach to sound stimulating the vision through resonance by esaphonics: a technique developed by the artist himself to create a sonic bubble inside which the vision is generated.
Before being a visual artist, Marco was a sound designer and videomaker: so the deep integration between sculpture, sound and video, between mechanical and biological elements makes the originality and uniqueness of his artworks.

“I always conceive my artworks as fully-equipped multi-media modules generating sounds and projecting images in a livable space the audience can inhabit.”

11 [HellHeaven] Art Gallery
Via Dobbiaco 195 Roma, Italia
Show Room: Via Giuia, 103A Roma, Italia

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Nicole Voltan – Mucciaccia Contemporary

About one year after the opening, Mucciaccia Contemporary gallery is pleased to dedicate a Focus On to the artist Nicole Voltan. Nicole Voltan was born in Mestre in 1984 and she graduated at Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and after she began her career as artist. During the entire her artistic production emerges the desire to focus the attention on issues that link art and science.

Starting from this node, Nicole Voltan will examine complex issues with a scientific methodology. The artistic practice of Nicole Voltan can be red as a route between different levels of understanding the nature. Along which art and science provide numerous and different representations of a knowledge that gradually increases and changes, to reach understanding. Nicole’s art shifts attention to a new sensibility towards the elements of the celestial nature linked to the memory of man and to do that she decides to weave her cosmos, capturing the shapes of the sky and the stars. Through the historical and mythological elements (embroidery, the use of silk) and the concept of universal Entanglement, for which everything in the universe is connected to others. Also the association to the spider as a symbol of the creation of the cosmos, Nicole Voltan unveils the dynamism and expansion of the universe, breaking that thin border between man and celestial space.

Mucciaccia Contemporary gallery, coherently with the artistic direction, which tends to work with young and emerging artists, has dedicated to Nicole Voltan the exhibition titled Piano Cielo / Piano Terra which is born from a site-specific project entirely conceived by Nicole Voltan and curated by Gianluca Marziani . The 34 works of arts created by the artist for the gallery spaces are sculptures, paintings, site-specific installations and they express her multidisciplinary creativity. Despite the young age she is able to reflect on philosophically complex themes for theoretical issues and creative processes.

The artistic story of Nicole Votan is in continuous evolution, as evidenced by her last performance Fields of Attractions about the themes of separation and the fear of detachment. During the performance held at the IQOS Embassy in Rome, the artist wore a black dress, covered with hundreds of small round magnets, and needles were placed on this surface. With this dress she wandered on the notes of electronic music composed by Emptyset, in search of a physical contact with the public. All the actions performed during the performance wanted to reveal the rules of attraction and repulsion through a series of magnetic and ritual gestures, as a paradigm of the emotional sensations that accompany the moods of the emotional connection.



Nicole Voltan,88 trame – 346 AC 39 / L’ angolo degli animali, 132,5 x 77 x 7 cm, 2017, aghi, filo argenteo, malta micacea, legno, luce led, ph. credit Simon D’Exea

A circa un anno dall’apertura, la galleria Mucciaccia Contemporary è lieta di dedicare un Focus On all’artista Nicole Voltan. Nicole Voltan è nata a Mestre nel 1984 e dopo essersi laureata presso l’Accademia di belle Arti di Venezia inizia la sua carriera da artista autodidatta. Sin dalla sua prima produzione artistica emerge il desiderio di focalizzare l’attenzione su tematiche che legano l’arte alla scienza.

A partire da questo nodo Nicole Voltan sviscera tematiche complesse con una metodologia scientifica. La pratica artistica di Nicole Voltan può essere letta come un cammino tra diversi livelli di comprensione della natura, lungo il quale arte e scienza non fanno altro che fornire tante e diverse rappresentazioni di una conoscenza che man mano si amplia e si modifica per giungere alla comprensione. L’arte di Nicole sposta l’attenzione su una nuova sensibilità verso gli elementi della natura celeste legati alla memoria dell’uomo e per farlo decide di tessere il suo cosmo, catturando le forme del cielo e delle stelle. Attraverso elementi desunti dalla storia e dalla mitologia (il ricamo, l’utilizzo della seta), dal concetto di Entanglement universale, per il quale ogni cosa nell’universo è collegato ad altri e l’associazione al ragno come simbolo della creazione del cosmo, Nicole Voltan svela il dinamismo e l’espansione dell’universo, rompendo quel sottile confine tra l’uomo e lo spazio celeste.

La galleria Mucciaccia Contemporary, coerentemente con la direzione artistica, che tende a lavorare e valorizzare artisti giovani ed emergenti ha dedicato a Nicole Voltan la mostra Piano Cielo / Piano Terra nata da un progetto site-specific interamente ideato da Nicole Voltan e curato da Gianluca Marziani. L’artista ha creato 34 opere che hanno mostrato una complessità teorica rara e multidisciplinare (scultura, pittura, installazione site-specifc) dimostrando la sua capacità di toccare temi filosoficamente complessi per istanze teoriche e processi creativi.

La vicenda artistica di Nicole Votan è in una continua evoluzione, come lo dimostra la sua ultima performance Fields of Attractions sul tema della separazione e la paura del distacco. Durante la performance tenutasi presso l’IQOS Embassy di Roma, l’artista ha indossato un abito nero ricoperto da centinaia di piccoli magneti rotondi, sulla cui superficie sono adagiati degli aghi sottili. Con questo abito lei ha vagato sulle note della band elettronica Emptyset, alla ricerca di un contatto fisico con i fruitori. Tutte le azione eseguite durante la performance  hanno voluto rivelare le regole dell’attrazione e della repulsione attraverso una serie di gesti magnetici e rituali, a paradigma delle sensazioni emotive che accompagnano gli stati d’animo del legame affettivo.


Nicole Voltan, Installation view Piano Terra, Mucciaccia Contemporary, Piano Cielo / Piano Terra, 2017,
ph. credit Simon D’Exea

Mucciaccia Contemporary, piazza Borghese 1/A,
00186, Roma | T. +39 06 68309404
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Artrooms Fair opens its doors in Korea

After London and Rome, the Artrooms Fairs open a new edition in Seoul, South Korea, from the 26th to the 28th of October 2018. The fair will be organised in collaboration with IACO Korea and will take place at the Riviera Hotel, in the very famous area of the Gangnam District.
What makes this fair so interesting is the diversity of the artists and their work. Away from the daunting walls of the wh
ite cube ideology of the gallery space, both visitors and artists feel more comfortable in engaging with one another, which enables artists to not only sell their work but to share their vision and practice in a very distinctive way.
Artists go through a very hard selection process and each year they face a different Selection Committee, whose members are experts of the Industry, comprising some of the most relevant names in the art world. These have included in the past editions Sotheby’s S2 Gallery Director Fru Tholstrup, Palazzo Strozzi’s Director Arturo Galansino, Star-Architect Marco Piva, Christies’ Victoria Wolcough and Tabish Khan from The Londonist, just to name a few.
Less than 100 out of approx. 2000 artists pass the selections, turning the Artrooms Fair into an hunting ground for art galleries, curators, and collectors to interact in an intimate setting and discover new trends and unrepresented talented artists.

Since this year, the Organisers have been launching a new Gallery Affiliation Programme offering art galleries the opportunity to liaise to a new network and scout for artists; among new affiliated Contini Contemporary, Mucciaccia Contemporary, Ransom Art and Bel Air Fine Art, 11[HellHeaven] Art Gallery, Ufofabrik, Zari Gallery. For the new editions, Artrooms Fairs will also open to Cultural Partners, in volving Museums and Foundations to give artists new exciting opportunities. The fair is unique in its kind: “One room at no cost to the artist”.
It is set on 4-star luxury hotels where every room is turned into an exhibition space, and it is also the only fair inviting independent artists to exhibit and sell their works without paying a fee. The venues are the Meliá White House in London, The Church Palace in Rome and the Riviera Hotel in Seoul.

The Artrooms Fairs offer an extraordinary platform to support and nurture the artist’s career and an extensive programme to all visitors, with workshops, interviews such as “In bed with the artists”, the Focus on Section dedicated to a Country, Art Projects and installations, Sculpture Park and Video Art.
For further information, visit http://www.artroomsfairs.com/

Artrooms Fairs shows
Seoul, October 26 -28, 2018
London, January 11-13, 2019
Roma, Coming soon
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The Group Show at Mucciaccia Contemporary

Francesco Cervelli, Mauro Di Silvestre, Brigita Huemer,
Daniel Jouseff, Francesca Matarazzo, Lorenzo Modica, Angelica Romeo,
Maurizio Savini, Nicole Voltan


Mucciaccia Contemporary is pleased to present The Group Show, the exhibition that show the works of the artists who collaborated with the gallery, from the moment of its opening. The gallery space has been set up to restate a critical journey that will accompany the visitor on a memorable path that will take place in the entire gallery space.
In this exhibition there are several artistic researches connected: the complex painting of Francesco Cervelli and Mauro Di Silvestre, the particular works by Daniel Jouseff, Lorenzo Modica, Maurizio Savini and Nicole Voltan. Until the harmonious plexiglass by Birigita Huemer which dialogue with the material and graphic paintings by Angelica Romeo and Francesca Matarazzo.
The exhibition which celebrate the opening of the gallery is Nel fondo del tempo, it was dedicated to Francesco Cervelli and Mauro Di Silvestre, who both were confronted whit the themes of the flow of the time and human memory. Francesco Cervelli has a conceptual approach and his works there are citations taken from the collective history in order to capture the viewer’s attention to bring it back to the most representative places of the history of art. Otherwise, Mauro Di Silvestre’s works are the result of a pictorial language which has source of inspiration in the personal memory: in his works we can see objects, scenes of life that overlap with decorative patterns.
The artistic research of Nicole Voltan, who was the protagonist of the site-specific exhibition entitled Piano CIELO / Piano TERRA, develops following different artistic mediums like fiber art, painting and sculpture. Each works conceal a theoretical complexity that can be read as a journey between different levels of understanding the nature, along which art and science provide different representations of a knowledge that expands and changes, with the aim of understand the man in its complexity.
Among the young emerging artists appears the work of Lorenzo Modica, who explores themes such as images, languages, the chance and the relationship with the architectural space. On this occasion the work exposed was made after an artistic residency held in 2015 in Belgrade.
In the show there is also the artist Maurizio Savini, well known for his creations made with chewing gum and with its works of art give a critical interpretation of the contemporary society.
The exhibition continues with the works of Francesca Matarazzo, which were exhibited at the show called Ipergrafie. Matarazzo’s works are characterized by a material transcription of graphic signs that derive from a compositional process about a reflection on the themes of time, the unconscious and the identity.
For the artist Daniel Jouseff are exposed works born from the FLAGS series, which reflect on the iconography of the flag as a symbol of identity and cultural belonging. The “borderline” artist, born in Sweden but of Palestinian origin, focuses his artistic production on identity research, and associating the irrational and the rational, the belonging to a place and the search for it.
At the end of the exhibition are exposed the works of the two artists, Brigita Huemer and Angelica Romeo, who were recently protagonists of the retrospective titled EMOTIVA, in which both highlighted the analysis of the ego and the complexity of the human being and the his emotions. The geometric and monochromatic painting on plexiglass by Brigita Huemer tending to capture the fluid material through the pictorial gesture, enters into a dialogue with the gestural painting of Angelica Romeo.

The Group Show
Mucciaccia Contemporary, piazza Borghese 1/A,
00186, Roma | T. +39 06 68309404
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Monday – Friday, 10.30 am – 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday closed
Free entry

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Borghi of Italy – #NO(F)EARTHQUAKE”  

Concilio Europeo dell’Arte | InParadiso Art Gallery
Giardini della Biennale

26 May — 25 November 2018


“Borghi of Italy – #NO(F)EARTHQUAKE” is a Collateral Event of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. The exhibition, promoted by Concilio Europeo dell’Arte, is concerned on the seismic prevention and safety of our artistic heritage, and on the revitalization of those sites that are highly representative of our architectural tradition.

Symbol of the energy and commitment in safeguarding the historical and cultural heritage of Italian hamlets is the installation ‘Albero Sonico’ by the italian artist Marco Guglielmi Reimmortal inside Concilio Europeo dell’Arte gallery space (InParadiso Art Gallery) at the entrance to Giardini della Biennale.

Also the artwork suspended to the ceiling (‘Operazione Dimmi Amatrice’) is dedicated to the ancient village of Amatrice in Lazio, destroyed by the earthquake in 2016. This project is the result of the artist’s collaboration with the municipality of Amatrice and the Department of History, Representation and Restoration of Architecture of Università di Roma La Sapienza.

Curator for ‘Albero Sonico’, ‘Operazione Dimmi Amatrice’ is Stefania Minutaglio.
Courtesy by 11 [HellHeaven] Art Gallery.

Promoted by: Concilio Europeo dell’Arte.
In collaboration with: Università di Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum, Università IUAV Venezia, Comune di Amatrice, Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Fondazione Dino ed Ernesta Santarelli, Associazione Horto Culturale Amatrice Onlus.

The artist
Marco Guglielmi Reimmortal is sound designer, visual artist and performer. He has over thirty-five years of experience in the experimental research on sound and video.
Marco acquires notoriety for his harmonic vision of sonic bodies characterizing his huge conceptual installations, such as ‘SonicMandala’and ‘ComPUSters’.In 2017 in IX Biennial of Florence he wins the 5th Award ‘Lorenzo il Magnifico’. During the 57th Biennale di Venezia, he has his first retrospective exhibition inside the Church of Abbazia della Misericordia in Venice.
In 2018 Marco announces his new project called ‘TSP Trance Sonic Painting’: a series of installations and performances where the sound is transposed to the two-dimensional canvas.
His upcoming programs include the expansion of the concept ‘Albero Sonico’ and ’Operazione Dimmi’ in natural and site-specific environements.

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Sarah Emily Porter finalist for Broomhill National Sculpture Park Prize

The Broomhill Art and Sculpture Foundation launched, in 2009, the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize (NSP) with an annual prize fund of £15,000 to provide an exciting challenge for new and emerging UK based sculptors.

Each year ten short-listed sculptors selected by a panel of judges receive £1,000 each to create their proposed sculpture which is then exhibited at the Broomhill Sculpture Park in an annual NSP summer Exhibition.

The competition is open to UK based artists, currently studying (or within 10 years of graduation) an art-related course at a recognised School of Art.

The ten shortlisted artists in the 2018 Broomhill National Sculpture Prize are Nathan Caldecott, Jack Cheetham, Rob Good, Bea Haines, Hannah Honeywill, Naomi Kirk-Smith, Alla Malova, Rosie Sherwood, Darren Ray and Sarah Emily Porter, one of Artrooms Fair Roma 2018’s selected artists.

As the successful finalists begin to create their artworks, the public can follow the progress of each sculpture through the NSP Blog.

The judges’ winner receives £3,500. This piece becomes part of the Broomhill Art and Sculpture Foundation collection.

The ‘Public Speaks’ winner receives £1,500. This title is given to the sculpture that receives the most public votes during the exhibition period. Voting takes place at Broomhill and online