• Exhibitions

    Alessandra Bonoli – Towers of silence

    October 16-30, 2020

    Tecnical sheet:

    Torri del silenzio – n. 12, waxed papers, cm 39×70, 2020
    Torri del silenzio – n. 5, waxed papers, cm 35×39, 2019-2020
    Torre del silenzio – 1, beeswax and steel, cm 29,5×10,5×22, 2020
    Torre del silenzio – 2, beeswax and steel, cm 22,5×17,5×12,5, 2020
    Torre del silenzio – 3, beeswax and steel, cm 28x5x5, 2020
    Torre del silenzio – 4, beeswax and steel, cm 22,5×16,5×40, 2020
    Torre del silenzio – 5, beeswax and steel, cm 26x10x10, 2020
    Rombo – beeswax and steel, cm 21x37x3,5, 2020
    Runa – beeswax and steel, cm 16,5x16x9, 2020
    Bothros – beeswax and steel, cm 10x28x17, 2020
    Ara – beeswax and steel, cm 20x10x10, 2020
    Soglia – beeswax and steel, cm 24x12x6,5, 2020

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    Alessandra Bonoli (Faenza 1956) lives and works in Faenza, Italy.

    photo credits: Marco Fronteddu

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    Marco Cianciotta – Post coitum omnis artifex semper triste

    September 9/25, 2020

    Tecnical sheet:
    Habeas Corpus (1/5) – pigments on paper, 100×140 cm, 2017
    Senza Titolo (1/2) – gauze and pigments on board, 102×108 cm, 2020
    The per due – golden cardboard and pigments on canvas, 50×50 cm, 2018
    Foglia al vento – pigments and gold leaf on board, 39,4×46,3 cm, 2016
    Senza Titolo – pigments, gauze and gold leaf on board, 120×60 cm, 2020
    Senza Titolo – gauze, pigments and gold leaf on board, 96×47,8 cm, 2020
    (Ancora) Desta in animo suo (Trent’anni dopo) – pigments, gauze, wood and gold leaf on board, 75×42 cm, 2020
    Senza Titolo – pigments and gauze on canvas, 50×50 cm, 2019
    Senza Titolo – pigments, gauze, shaped cardboard and gold leaf on board, 40,2×39,3 cm, 2019
    Osservatorio astronomico – pigments and gold leaf on paper, 140×220 cm, 2020
    Cielo stellato (chiaro) – pigments, paper and gold leaf on board, 39,4×46,3 cm, 2019
    Senza volerlo ho rotto le uova a – gauze, pigments, egg shells and gold leaf on board, 100x30x7cm, 2020
    Oro! Cioccolato! – pigments, gauze and golden cardboard on board, 56×30 cm, 2019
    Cielo stellato (scuro) – pigments, paper  and gold leaf on board, 39-4×46,3 cm, 2019

    photo by Marco Fronteddu

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    Marco Cianciotta (Rome 1959) lives and works between Sassari and Milan. He graduated in 1987 in Painting with Luciano Fabro, and with an experimental thesis on the History of Contemporary Art on the neoconcrete movement in Brazil on the artists Lygia Clark and Helio Oiticica with Tommaso Trini Castelli at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. From 1983 to 1996 he was assistant to Antonio Dias, an internationally recognized artist. From 1985 to 1991 he collaborated with the Casa degli Artisti in Corso Garibaldi, Milan, held by Luciano Fabro, Idetoshi Nagasawa and Jole De Sanna. From 1988 to 1990 he was assistant to the Expert in Decorative Arts of the XIX-XX century. – Sotheby’s Auction House – Milan. From 1990 to 1995 he was a restorer at the Studio Opere Lignee Quartana, Milan. Among the commissions: Superintendence of Artistic and Historical Heritage – Milan; Archbishopric – Milan; Bagatti and Valsecchi Museum – Milan; Poldi Pezzoli Museum – Milan; Brera Art Gallery – Milan. From 1990 to 1995 he was represented by the Bordone Gallery, Milan. Since 1996 he has dedicated himself to teaching. He has taught at the Academies of Sassari, Foggia, Catanzaro, Rome, L’Aquila. Since 2011 he has taught at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. From 2011 to 2013 he collaborated with the CRAB – Research Center of the Brera Academy – for the realization of seminar projects, internships, workshops and meetings. From 2014 to 2015 he was a founding member and artistic director of the cultural association Zone – Studies of Visual Culture Theories and Practices of Art – Milan, curating various exhibitions. From 2016 to 2019 he collaborates and is host of Contemporary – Festival of avant-garde art and music, Donori (Cagliari), curated by Maurizio Coccia and Roberto Follesa. As an artist he has participated in numerous personal and collective exhibitions, in Italy and abroad. He has participated in the international art fairs of Bologna and Basile.

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    June 10 – 19, 2020

    Ruggiero Baragliu

    – n. 8 pieces, oil and pastel on paper, cm 21×26, 2020
    beyond, inside, mdf acrylic oil and acrylic resin, cm 21×30, 2019

    Andrea Colombu
    form space time, n. 4 pieces, paper iron and plastic, D cm 20, 2020

    Efrem (Igino) Panzino
    – n. 6 projects on cardboard, cm 47×32, 2020
    – n. 5 designs for sculptures on cardboard, cm 24×17, 2006

    photo Andrea Colombu

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    IDEM Studio – Pastiche

    March 6 – May 22, 2020


    Ruggero Baragliu – pastiche # – n. 35 pieces; mdf, acrylic color, two-component resin, dimensions: max 22x12x7 cm, min 4x2x2 cm, 2020.

    Samuele Pigliapochi – pastiche% – n. 35 pieces; chalk, acrylic colors, fluorescent vinyl colors, beeswax, dimensions: max 6×3.4×6 cm, min 3.4×3.4×3.4 cm, 2020.

    Angelo Spatola – pastiche * – n. 35 pieces; marble, sectioned canvas, industrial enamel, iridescent film, plaster, acrylic paint, dimensions: max 8,5×8,5×1,5 cm, min 4x8x2 cm, 2020.

    The last project by Idem Studio, Pastiche, stems from and within a party game, as well as a play of exchanges and contaminations. It stands as anironical and mocking homage to social mores, as well as to the dominant market laws of the art world.

    The artworks of the Turin-based trio offer themselves to the eyes, with an overtly blatant attitude: they are like precious cameos, resembling eatable candies, alluring and seductive, and lonely like solitaire diamonds.

    In search of complicity and submissive consensus, gaudy yet ambiguous, such artworks hunt for a new home and master. They eventually offer the one and only commodity being produced and put up for sale, yet that no nobody can ever really buy: imagination.

    photos by Marco Fronteddu

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    IDEM Studio was born in 2015 from the sharing of research by the three artists Ruggero Baragliu, Samuele Pigliapochi and Angelo Spatola.

    IDEM Studio is located in via Vincenzo Lancia 4 in Turin; the three artists periodically presents to the public the result of the synergic designs in part of laboratory, 40 sqm adibited as exhibition space .


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    Rachele Sotgiu – Fake surface

    January 22 – February 7, 2020

    Tecnical sheet:

    19 canvas, oil on linen:

    Fake surface 1, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 cm, 2017; 

    Fake surface 22, oil on linen, 24 x 30 cm, 2017; 

    Fake surface 3, oil on linen, 24 x 30 cm, 2017; 

    Fake surface 5, oil on linen, 24 x 30 cm, 2017; 

    Fake surface 14, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 15, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 16, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 6, oil on linen, 30 x 40 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 32, oil on linen, 30 x 40 cm, 2017; 

    Fake surface 11, oil on linen, 30 x 40 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 12, oil on linen, 30 x 40 cm, 2018; 

    Fake surface 54, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 55, oil on linen, 40 x 50 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 56, oil on linen, 30 x 40 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 13, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 cm, 2018; 

    Fake surface 20, oil on canvas, 24 x 30 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 66, oil on linen, 30 x 40 cm, 2019; 

    Fake surface 77, oil on linen, 24 x 30, 2019; 

    Fake surface 23, oil on linen, 24 x 30, 2019

    2 terracotta sculptures:

    Fake surface 17, terracotta sculpture, variable dimensions, 2019;

    Fake surface 18, terracotta sculpture, variable dimensions, 2019

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    Rachele Sotgiu (Nuoro 1984) vive e lavora a Nuoro

    photos by Marco Fronteddu

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    A gift from the artists

    December 27-30, 2019

    Tecnical sheet:

    Marco Cianciotta senza titolo, gold leaf gauze pigments on canvas , cm50x35, 2019

    Ruggero Baragliu senza titolo, oil and acrylic on cotton canvas, cm100x120, 2017

    Rachele Sotgiu everythink flowed in the the water, quickly, oil on canvas, cm30x24, 2017

    Elio Ticca frammenti #2 (Redentore), oil on canvas, cm70x50, 2017

    Carlo Spiga and Carolina Casula Dissoneddas by Carlo Spiga, launeddas, 27.12.2019 at18,30

    Marco Pittau Insolitaria by Marco Pittau, 2 trumpets, percussion, arco a bocca 28.12.2019 at 18.00

    photo by Marco Fronteddu

    A gift from the artist is the annual appointment that begins immediately after the Christmas holidays and ends on the last day of the year. This year, from the 27th to the 30th of December, seven artists will offer you a moment of their poetic research.

    Ruggero Baragliu, Marco Cianciotta, Rachele Sotgiu, Elio Ticca, with their pictures, Carlo Spiga and Carolina Casula on December 27th – from 6.30pm – with launeddas and voice will play Dissoneddas by Carlo Spiga, and Marco Pittau on December 28th – from 6.00pm – with trumpet play his music track Insolitaria.

    Dedicated to my mother

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    Elio Ticca – BLOODY CHEQUE

    December 4 -20, 2019

    Tecnical sheet


    1. Kinderszen – childhood game # 1 (Marie Antoinette). Oil on canvas, 80 x 60 x 3.8 cm

    2. Kinderszen – child game # 2 (Ludwig II). Oil on canvas, 80 x 60 x 3.8 cm

    3. Kinderszen – child game # 3 (Nicholas II). Oil on canvas, 80 x 60 x 3.8 cm

    4. Kinderszen – child game # 4 (Sissi). Oil on canvas, 80 x 60 x 3.8 cm

    5. Kinderszen – child game # 5 (Henry IV). Oil on canvas, 80 x 60 x 3.8 cm

    Installations and sculptures

    1. Santiago. Shell, stucco, oil on canvas. 9.5 x 11 x 1.8 cm

    2. The sword in the rock. Steel sword, Shower set, 95 x 20 x 5 cm

    3. APelle. Steel wire, polyurethane foam, cotton, arrows. Variable dimensions

    photo by Marco Fronteddu

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    Elio Ticca (Nuoro, 1988) lives and works in Brussels.

    Graduated at IUAV University of Venice and at University of Leeds, in the UK, the artist explores the relationships between historical and contemporary artistic languages. By referencing preliminary sources, his pieces are meant to be unpredictable, sometimes ironical visual dialogues. His work also reinterprets conceptual milestones such as authorship and autography, through a meditated process of camouflage and invention. The red thread of his work is the study on the representation of emotional states, mixing art-historical sources with contemporary artistic languages.

    www.candidecitoalice.com    www.arcadia-now.com

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    Salvatore Esposito – inside the painting

    October 9/25, 2019

    Works on display (crayons on paper):

    a capo marrargiu, cm 82×61, 1966
    a capo marrargiu, cm 87×66, 2001
    a capo marrargiu con de Filippi, cm 94×64, 1971
    a capo marrargiu con Trotta, cm 82×72, 1973
    a capo marrargiu con Staccioli, cm 98×68, 1973
    verso capo marrargiu, cm 94×64, 1975
    verso capo marrargiu, cm 100×70, 1973
    nel sole subacqueo, cm 94×69, 2010
    momento subacqueo, graphite on paper, cm 94×65, 1964
    alle vasche con Marina, cm 99×68, 1988
    subacquea, cm 90×70, 1966
    subacquea, cm 91×70, 1969
    subacquea, cm 100×71, 1969
    subacquea, cm 90×65, 1984
    subacquea, cm 100×70, 1994
    subacquea, cm 80×60, 1999

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    Salvatore Esposito (Gallipoli 1937) lives and works in Milan and Alghero.

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    Linda Schrank – Swoop

    June 14 – July 5, 2019

    Tecnical sheet:

    Gallegiante series # 1, collage, cm25,4×25,4, 2018

    Gallegiante series # 2, collage, cm25,4×25,4, 2018

    Gallegiante series # 3, collage, cm25,4×25,4, 2018

    Gallegiante series # 5, collage, cm23x18, 2019

    Swoop, oil and acrylic on paper, cm51x51, 2018

    Swerve, oil and acrylic on paper, cm51x51, 2019

    Swing, oil and shellac ink on paper, cm51x51, 2018

    Skew, oil and acrylic on paper, cm51x51, 2019

    Tilt, oil and acrylic on linen, cm94x94, 2019

    Time is a Circle, oil and acrylic on linen, cm94x94, 2019

    Topple, oil and acrylic on linen, cm94x94, 2019

    Thinking of T , oil and acrylic on linen, cm94x94,2019

    “Looking at Linda Schrank’s paintings is a complex visual experience. In this exhibition, she presents both paintings and collages where she works with oil, acrylic, inks and other drawing materials to create lightness, a floating world, breathing made visible. Material and gestural, emotional and analytical, her painting emerges from diverse, sometimes opposing,origins. What Schrank is searching for is to engage and expand the viewer’s perception over time. On first encounter, her paintings are a conversation among materials, but after spending time with them, they express the balance and tension between coming together and falling apart.”

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    Linda Schrank has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1978.
    Her work is included in major private, corporate and public collections, among them the Brooklyn Museum; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Boston Public Library; Houghton Library, Harvard University; Library of Congress; Rose Art Museum,Brandeis University; Princeton University; Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Museum of Ceramics,Torgiano, Italy; Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Italy; Pratt Institute; Rochester Institute of Technology; American University, Washington, DC ; The International Museum of the Woman in Art, Abruzzo, Italy; The Morgan Library and Museum; The New York Public Library; University of Houston; University of Iowa; Smith College Museum of Art.


    Photos by Barbara Pau