With its Design Galleries, Art Design, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Fashion Luxury, Hair Styles and Restaurants. For some years now, the Maroncelli District creating an interesting and stimulating exhibition itinerary.
The itinerary begins at Via Maroncelli 2 with Officina Antiquaria showcases a special setup in via Maroncelli 2, with a selection of midcentury pieces, whose authors have contributed to making Italian design an icon in the world. The gallery tells, through a diversified and constantly evolving collection, of historical eras, artistic movements, excellent craftsmanship and timeless aesthetics.
DVO at 5 Maroncelli Street , presents the theme through which the company presents itself in this revolves around sustainability and green. The installation created in the showroom focuses on the idea of the “return to nature”, with the intention of involving guests in an “experiential” atmosphere different from the usual and decisively launching on the market this strong and exclusive theme that characterizes the brand.
Galleria Rossella Colombari at 10 Maroncelli street, celebrate its 40 years of activity with an exhibition dedicated to the original book on the history of the Gallery. The Gallery’s showcases becomes libraries where the volumes are exhibited, while inside, visitors will find a selection of furnitures in line with the Gallery’s over 40-year journey. The same emotions of the book and the history of the Gallery will be felt by the visitors inside this show.
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Galleria Maroncelli 12, located at 12 Maroncelli street, presents the exhibition “Do you see what I see?” Visionary, extravagant, the portraits on display look at us with the eyes of their authors. The silent and alienated faces of Agostino Goldani; the winking Mona Lisa by Davide Cicolani; Franca Settembrini’s piercing-eyes girls; the primary and minimal faces of Shaul Knaz; pensive and solitary the faces of Mauro Gottardo.
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The new Alessia Paladini Gallery presents “Passages”. Writer, poet, journalist, Tina Cosmai approaches photography in 2006. Tina Cosmai’s photographs take the viewer into a world that takes different but complementary aspects.
ETEL at 13 Maroncelli street presents the exhibition COLORI unfolds its narrative through colour, to create a dialogue between y esterday’s creations, such as works by Joaquim Tenreiro, Daciano da Costa, Jorge Zalszupin, Lina Bo Bardi, Oscar Niemeyer and Jose Zanine Caldas, and the latest ones, designed by Patricia Urquiola. ETEL is supported by Brazilian Furniture Project, ABIMÓVEL and Apex-Brasil.
The Galleria Paola Colombari, located in the courtyard at 13 Maroncelli street inaugurates the group exhibition entitled “2021 Art Design & Contemporary Art” curated in collaboration with Neia Paz. Paola Colombari trendsetter in Art Design, presents some pieces of the new contemporary trend by Brazilian designers Ronald Sasson, Leo Capote, Alê Jordão, Adriana Fortunato and Caterina Fumagalli with the Fibra Research brand and Italians Antonio Cagianelli and Alessandra Roveda.
The exhibition also includes works by Brazilian artists such as Andrea de Carvalho and Monica Silva, German photographer Uli Weber, American photographer Tom Vack and artist, writer and filmmaker Marilù S. Manzini.
Galleria BIANCHIZARDIN located at 14 Maroncelli street, presents the solo exhibition by Federico Clapis SPAZIO MENTALE = AMBIENTE with text and curatorship by Marco Tagliafierro.
The selection made by the art critic Marco Tagliafierro regarding a conspicuous production focuses on object forms, sign concretions that oscillate between being a series of mirabilia, memorabilia, prescience, that still fluctuate between appearing to be relics of an Atlantean technology and a post atomic prediction. They are sedimentations of ceramics, cement, vintage or heritage objects. Concretions of glyphs, archaeologies of the future or avant-gardes of the past, utopias or retrotopias. Between them there are continuous reverberations and resonances that demonstrate one of Federico Clapis’ natures, that of being a necessary disturber or accelerator of meaning in a mental space that is environment.
At 25 Quadrio street LIBRIBIANCHI presents INFINITY, the new Bookshop/Sculpture created by Ktiptonite & LibriBianchi. The LibriBianchi are the expression of a personal artistic research by Lorenzo and Simona Perrone that has been developing for over twenty years, that explores the world of books and strongly establishes the binomial book/culture as a synonym for civilization.
Lorenzo and Simona use real books on which they treat with water, glue and plaster, thus obtaining a raw material on which they intervene with various apparently foreign materials such as barbed wire, glass, stones, woods and white paint. In the end, covered in white, each book becomes an Archetype, a symbol of Culture and Knowledge and screams in silence to be read otherwise.
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