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TBT (To Be Titled, Turn Back Time) | Group Show | 2018

21/06/2018 • 28/07/2018

Magazzino is happy to announce the second leg of the group exhibition TBT (To Be Titled, Turn Back Time), that will open Thursday 21 June 2018. The exhibition, begun on May 11th, will be redesigned with the addition of works by Renato Leotta, Yudith Levin, Jorge Peris and Alessandro Piangiamore, renewing the idea of a faceted dialogue between gallery artists (Peris, Piangiamore) and non-represented artist (Leotta, Levin) whose works will integrate with the ones by Massimo Bartolini, Guillermo Galindo, David Schutter, Nicola Martini, Matteo Nasini and Namsal Siedlecki already on show at the gallery.   If the works exhibited in To Be Titled seemed to advance a reflection on their own condition, of being “final” and “finished” objects but still…Continua / More

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TBT (To Be Titled, Turn Back Time) | Group Show | 2018

11/05/2018 • 21/05/2018

Magazzino is happy to announce the new group exhibition TBT (To Be Titled, Turn Back Time), that will connotate the gallery’s spring and summer program. The exhibition will articulate in two parts, the first opening Friday 11 May 2018 and featuring works by Massimo Bartolini, Guillermo Galindo, David Schutter, Nicola Martini, Matteo Nasini e Namsal Siedlecki. To Be Titled stems from the idea of a multi-voice dialogue between the works of three among the gallery’s artists (Bartolini, Galindo, Schutter) and three young Italian artists, not represented by Magazzino (Martini, Nasini, Siedlecki). The spontaneity that led the preparation of this exhibition is already evident from its title, which reveals the typical condition of expectation underlying the act of creation, and expresses within…Continua / More


Pergamena | 2016

24/05/2016 • 24/07/2016

Magazzino is pleased to announce the opening of Pergamena, an exhibition of drawings by the American artist, David Schutter. This is the artist’s first exhibition with the gallery, an occasion that coincides with his first museum show in Italy at the Istituto Centrale per la Grafica in Palazzo Poli.   Pergamena is the Latin word for parchment, a material made from processing animal skins and used in the ancient and medieval worlds as a writing surface. The preparation involves soaking, liming, scraping, and stretching the skins to achieve a uniformity of smooth texture, thinness, and great durability. Used in the manufacture of scrolls and later manuscript production, pergamena succeeded the use of papyrus, and until the popularization of paper and…Continua / More