• Short Exhibitions

    Matteo Piccioni – L’autoritratto

    February 9/11,  2022

    Works in show:

    Green self-portrait with grimace
    20cmx20cm, oil pastels and gouache on cardboard
    Woman in yellow
    30cmx20cm, oil pastels and gouache on cardboard
    Self-portrait in quarantine
    20cmx17cm, watercolors, Indian ink and colored pencils on writing paper
    Portrait of Giacomo and Simone
    50cmx35cm, oil, oil pastels and tricks on cardboard
    Portrait of Joseph
    30cmx20cm, oil and oil pastels on cardboard
    Comfort zone (self portrait)
    30cmx20cm, oil pastels on cardboard
    30cmx20cm, oil pastels on cardboard
    35cmx25cm, oil pastels and gouache on cardboard
    20cmx15cm, gouache and watercolor pencils on cardboard
    Self-portrait with painting and yellow wall
    35cmx25cm, oil and oil pastels on cardboard
    Portrait of lucas while smoking
    35cmx25cm, oil and oil pastels on cardboard
    Self-portrait with red smock and cigarette
    20cmx15cm, oil on canvas cardboard
    Self-portrait as a yokai
    40cmx50cm, oil on canvas cardboard
    Sketch (self-portrait)
    30cmx20cm, charcoal and gouache on cardboard
    Valeria and I naked
    30cmx20cm, charcoal, gouache, watercolors and acrylics on cardboard
    Muliac buoys
    30cmx20cm, charcoal and oil pastels on cardboard
    Open sky
    70cmx60cm, oil and oil pastels on canvas
    Self-portrait with marching hand
    40cmx50cm, oil on canvas cardboard
    Self-portrait as a yokai (engraving)
    10cmx15cm, linocut
    Self-portrait holding out his hand
    25cmx20cm, watercolor and ink on paper
    Self-portrait with yellow background
    20cmx15cm, oil on canvas cardboard
    Self-portrait with black background
    20cmx15cm, ink and watercolor on paper
    hand (sketch)
    30cmx20cm, charcoal and watercolor on paper
    Self-portrait locked up
    40cmx50cm, oil on canvas cardboard
    Self-portrait from the side
    35cmx50cm, oil pastels and wax pastels on dusting paper
    Portrait of Joseph (unfinished)
    35cmx50cm, oil pastels and wax pastels on dusting paper
    Portrait of Sara
    35cmx50cm, oil pastels and wax pastels on dusting paper
    Self-portrait in Kenya
    30cmx40cm, oil pastels on cardboard


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    Matteo Piccioni (Caglari 199) lives and works in Cagliari.

    Photo credits – Marco Fronteddu

  • Short Exhibitions

    Raffaello Ugo – GIOCO

    February 10-12, 2021

    Works, special thanks for participating in:
    Quentin Metsys (1466-1530): Il cambiavalute e sua moglie
    Jusepe de Ribera (lo Spagnoletto 1591-1652): Lo storpio
    Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610): Ritratto di Fra’ Antonio Martelli
    Antonello da Messina (1430-1479): Ritratto d’uomo
    Piero della Francesca (1417-1492): Federico da Montefeltro
    Gerrit Van Honthorst (Gherardo delle Notti 1592-1656):
    Vecchia che esamina una moneta alla lanterna
    Jacopo de’ Barbari(1460-1516): Ritratto di Luca Pacioli
    Jan Vermeer (1632-1675): Ragazza con l’orecchino di perla
    Georges de La Tour (1593-1652): L’Indovina
    Giovanni Bellini (1433-1516): Madonna col Bambino
    Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610): La Cena in Emmaus
    Maurice Quentin de La Tour (1704-1788): Autoritratto
    Jan Vermeer (1632-1675): L’Astronomo
    Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520): Madonna col Bambino
    Raffaellino del Garbo (1466-1527): Ritratto d’uomo
    Gerrit Van Honthorst (Gherardo delle Notti 1592-1656): Liberazione di San Pietro
    Hans Holbein (1497-1543): Portrait of Sir Thomas More
    Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (1736-1783): L’Uomo Vessato

    Photo credits: Marco Fronteddu

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    Raffaello Ugo (Empoli 1957) lives and works in Monserrato, Sardinia.


  • Short Exhibitions

    The suspended city – Mimmo Caruso e Mauro Rombi

    September 30 -October 2, 2020

    Tecnical sheet: 

    The suspended city, digital print on PVC, 220×50 cm photos by Marco Fronteddu 

    Domenico (Mimmo) Caruso (1954) lives and works in Quartucciu. After graduating from the artistic high school of Cagliari he devoted himself to photography both in the artistic field, exhibiting in various exhibitions, which in the context of visual communication in the area of publishing and advertising. 


    Mauro Rombi (1957) lives and works in Cagliari. He was one of the founders of the “Photo 13” Gallery in Cagliari, the only one in Sardinia specializing in photography, and one of the few in Italy. To his credit several exhibitions and non-fiction publications on photography.

  • Short Exhibitions

    Laura De Stasio – Interion notes

    February 19-21, 2020

    Technical sheet: n.9 collage of fabrics, pins, 20×25 cm, 2019/2020; n.2 blue toile de jouy canvases, pins, cm 37×27 and cm 27×32; n.1 blue toile de jouy stool, cm 35x50x35, 2020; n.1 collage of fabrics, pins, cm 32×25, and doily D cm 140, 2020; n.1 collage of fabrics, pins, cm 50×70, 2019; n.1 panel with fabric, pins, cm 35×120, 2019. 

    photos by Marco Fronteddu

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    Laura De Stasio (Turin 1975), restorer of frescoes and stone, lives and works in Turin. 

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laura.d.stasio

  • Short Exhibitions

    Alessandra Serra – rékuiem

    September 25-27, 2019

    Technical data sheet: installation of room size with 1300 single-use probes for tracheobronchial aspiration with points with distant and lateral holes, 2600 steel nails; white chipboard cabinet, white rectangular basin filled with green cleaning liquid, a white porcelain plate with a silver-decorated edge, dragonfly, 21×15 cm framed hat.
    Requiem / ‹rèkuiem› is the winning project of the competition: “CONTEMPORANEA @ Spazio E_EMME” edition 2018/2019, an action of the Piano delle Arti of the Liceo Artistico “G.Brotzu” of Quartu S. Elena in collaboration with Spazio E_EMME via Mameli 187, Cagliari.
    CONTEMPORANEA is a project carried out online by the G. Brotzu High School, Comune di Quartu S. Elena, Artists, Gallery owners, Performing Arts Festival, Film Festival, Curators, Exhibition Spaces.
    The Mission: to offer students fertile ground that favors the creation of works of art also through the use of new languages of contemporary art and is able to favor exchange and reflection, a laboratory in which the school opens to the territory, to the places assigned to the use of the Art but also to “other” spaces that allow a spread of Contemporary Art among the common people.

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    Alessandra Serra (Cagliari 1998)


  • Short Exhibitions

    Andrea Colombu – Shadow lines

    February 27 –  march 1, 2019

    Technical sheet: 24 sheets of black paper, crackling and white pen.
    Along the entire wall of the gallery 24 shadows follow one another the same except for the white pencil marks located in the head.
    We do not know if we are looking at the shadow of ourselves or our comrades, acquaintances, strangers met by chance.

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    Andrea Colombu, was born in Cagliari in 1973 where, still today, he lives and works. During his adolescence he enrolled at the “Foiso Fois” State High School in Cagliari.
    He graduated in the mid-1990s and moved to Perugia, where he attended the “Pietro Vannucci” Academy of Fine Arts. The first works are from that decade, and the initial themes that characterize them are strongly influenced by the gestural painting, and refer to artistic movements such as Informal Art.
    While formal research pushes him into the study of purer geometries, the contamination of conceptual art leads him to marry the idea of symbolic content.
    The last years of the decade see him in full experimentation with materials. Paper, stone, iron, coal, chalk and ink.
    After completing his academic studies, in 2000 he completely abandoned the use of the subject to face new techniques and compositional processes, such as photography and vector graphics, often supported by drawing.
    Daily processes that take on a meditative and introspective character, in the observation of contemporary society.


    Photos by Marco Fronteddu, Andrea Colombu

  • Short Exhibitions

    Nicola Cioglia – CATWORLD

    January 31 – February 2, 2019

    Tecnical sheet

    12 oils on paper, size 50x70cm executed between 2018 and January 2019.


    Untitled, T vs T, My loving cat Tiger, Yellow Tiger, Blue Tiger, Red Tiger 2, Self Portrait with Tiger together very angry, Tiger on crocodile, Red Tiger 1, Untitled, Toxic World, Self-Portrait cuddling Tiger

    Nicola Cioglia (Cagliari 1998) attends the last year of the Foiso Fois Artistic Lyceum in Cagliari.


    At least since the last century, painting has ceased to be a way of looking at the world, becoming instead a massive synaesthesia. In the absence of predetermined boundaries, painting has wandered through the senses, uniting everything it could unite. Whatever the subject, the language of reference or the styles used, the act of painting today thrives on a melting pot of stimuli: it is matter, color, composition, but also lived emotion, memory; post-figurative and post-media, it plays on many fields, intertwining the visibility of everyday life with the artificial dimension of reality.

    In short, if complexity is the original sin of contemporary painting, it is clear that even a small exhibition like this one by Nicola, which is almost monothematic, offers a multiplicity of ideas and possible paths. You can use it as a map of the linguistic evolutions of the last decade or as a field research for the figurative references that lurk in its patterns; one can lose oneself in the evocative power of color, follow the material stratification of surfaces, or be inspired by its narrative suggestions. In any case, at some point, you will realize that you lost your objective, because the contamination tension of the elaborations does not allow a singular and directional development. It is therefore normal that, in the end, we’re stuck with the cat.

    P.S. For the record, the cat really exists and it is an integral part of the family.

    Gianni Murtas

  • Short Exhibitions

    Fabrizio Ortu – Mumble

    3-5 October 2018

    Technical sheet: n.13 acrylic, enamel and felt-tip pen on paper, 7 acrylics on canvas, 1 chalk sculpture and inserts of enamelled acetate.

    In this short exibition, we will talk about writing,  the most abstract art that exists par excellance.

    In fact, only the obligation of a long discipline, i.e. school education, gives us the image of a dog, when we read these curved lines that are sometimes interrupted, and allows us the vision of abstract concepts such as prudence or perseverance.

    We can even see the ”broken“ dog, that is the d, o, g, and without any correspondence to the parts of the same, legs, nose, snout, but as to weave and combine reeds.

    So what do the figures of Fabrizio Ortu tell us, these elaborations of graphic signs imagined as alien writing where colors and signs develop according to rules unknown to us?

    But above all, do we really want norms and explanations that reveal the enigma, depriving us, at the same time, of the fascination of mystery and mortifying our imagination and our intellectual efforts?

    I have always wondered if the annoyance that we experience when someone reveals the name of the murderer prematurely is not the same one that dwells in the art when you simplify the work of an artist in a simplified way, attributing it for example to an artistic current, depriving the viewer of the originality of the discovery.

    Biography: Fabrizio Ortu (Nuoro 1977) lives and works in Nuoro.