News / Events

Next exhibition opening on Dec. 12th

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Reopening : Pop-Up - Patty Carroll

The Gallery will be open from November 28, 2020 with the exhibition "Pop Up : Patty Carroll".

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Margaret Lansink - exhibition postponed

The exhibition "(Re)Connexions" of Dutch artist Margaret Lansink has been postponed due to the current situation. Click here to discover a short video about the project.

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Patrizia Mussa - special Editions

Museums and galleries are closed but Artists are more creative than ever! During the last months of this very particular year, we feel that Art is more essential to our lives than ever and we have imagined various special editions for you to collect. The Italian Artist Patrizia Mussa has selected two images from her "Photopastels" series for a limited special edition in a lovely small size. As always with her, the prints are enhanced with pastel. The prints are offered for the attractive price of 150€ each, including VAT and shipping in France.

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Paolo Ventura, Carousel, Torino, Italy, Sept. 17 - Dec. 8, 2020

The exhibition presents about 200 pieces among the most suggestive works of the last fifteen years - from various collections, as well as from the artist’s studio - in a mix of languages that includes drawings, models, sets, papier-mâché masks and theatrical costumes: the exhibit stages all the recurring themes of his poetics, among which the theme of the double and fiction.

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Paolo Ventura, Photographs and Drawings, Silvana Editoriale

This book represents the first extensive monograph dedicated to the work of Paolo Ventura (Milan, 1968). Having established himself in the field of artistic photography, Ventura offered a singular and absolutely original interpretation of staged photography, an art form in which photography is the final product of a creative process which, in his case, involves the preparation of scenarios and mannequins: the latter, together with real characters among which the artist himself often appears, are the protagonists of his stories. In these three-dimensional settings Ventura recreates, and then fixes through photography, a mental space that refers to the atmosphere of “magical realism” and to the fairytale flavor of childhood, generating a deliberately surreal contrast with the depth of some topics involved (such as war, abandonment, memory, identity). The volume offers an overall look at the artist’s fifteen years of activity, showcasing twenty-one series from 2005 to the present time, highlighting the evolution of his language which, in addition to photography, is also expressed through drawings. Silvana Editoriale 512 pages, 430 photographs