26/05/2022 • 29/07/2022

Magazzino is happy to announce Frangiflutti, the fourth solo exhibition by Alessandro Piangiamore at the gallery. The exhibition follows Quaranta (2016), Testimone di fatti ordinari (2011) and Una questione privata (2007), and features new works realized for the occasion. The title Frangiflutti (Italian for Breakwater) is clearly adherent to Piangiamore‚Äôs poetic, ever oriented in a ‚Äúreparatory‚ÄĚ function of arts, some sort of non-defensive escapism, an evasion (or a filter) from the constant flux of images that the information age feeds us. On the other hand, Piangiamore reaffirms, in his work, the power of imagination as such, its ability to stop, to deviate, to stem the river of stimulations that erode our capacity of analysis. It is interesting how, in his…Continua / More

L’Innominabile, confuso alla Porta dei Leoni

07/04/2022 • 14/05/2022

Magazzino is happy to announce the third solo exhibition by Jorge Peris (1969, Alzira) at the gallery after Diamante in 2007 and Dolmen, Sinfonia nr. 7 in 2015. The exhibition is the ideal completion of a trilogy initiated in 2020 with Dark Man a lomos del paŐĀjaro de fuego (IVAM, Valencia) followed in 2021 by Desembarco en el PaiŐĀs de Nunca JamaŐĀs (Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles). The exhibition at Magazzino will open to the public from April 7 to May 14, 2022.   L‚Äôinnominabile, confuso alla Porta dei Leoni (The Unnamed, confused at the Lion Gate) builds on the tradition, well rooted in Peris‚Äô work, of free associations between seemingly distant elements, collocated in a system of references that goes…Continua / More

Corpo Ligneo Corpo Latteo | 2022

23/02/2022 • 26/03/2022

Magazzino is happy to announce the fifth solo exhibition by Antonio Biasiucci (Dragoni, 1961, lives and works in Naples) at the gallery. The exhibition will focus on two series, Corpo Ligneo (2020-2021) and Corpo Latteo (2017-2021), here presented to the public for the first time.   As always in his work, Biasiucci tends to a serial and fragmentary approach to reality, and its transfiguration through photography. Starting from his first and best known series of the 80s and 90s such as Magma and RES, to the more recent ones from the 2000s (Pani, Volti, Codex), in Biasiucci‚Äôs oeuvre there is a constant attention to the narrative possibilities of photography: often focusing on the particular, the detail, it returns the viewer…Continua / More