Tagged Exhibition

Massimo Torrigiani for the Centre for contemporary art and culture, Bari: Sussi e Biribissi, sculptures and drawings by Diego Perrone

Bari’s new centre for contemporary art and culture, a project wanted by the Municipality and directed by Fantom’s Massimo Torrigiani, comes to its second project with an exhibition dedicated to the most recent work of Diego Perrone (Asti, Italy, 1970), amongst the most significant and appreciated Italian artists of the international contemporary art scene.

Codice di avviamento fantastico at Palazzo Reale, Milan

We are happy to announce the exhibition Codice di avviamento fantastico (Fantasy Access Code), the second show in a cycle curated by Davide Quadrio and Fantom’s Massimo Torrigiani, commissioned and produced by Alcantara with the Municipality of Milan and Palazzo Reale.

Ho visto un re at Shanghai Gallery of Art, Shanghai

The exhibition Ho visto un re (The King And I), curated by Fantom’s Massimo Torrigiani and Davide Quadrio, produced by Alcantara and first presented in the Apartment of the Prince of Palazzo Reale, Milan, from September 20th to October 23rd, 2016, is travelling to the Shanghai Gallery of Art from January 10th to February 9th, 2017. 

Ho visto un re at Palazzo Reale, Milan

We are happy to announce the exhibition Ho visto un re (The King And I), curated by Fantom co-founder Massimo Torrigiani and Davide Quadrio, commissioned and produced by Alcantara with the Municipality of Milan and Palazzo Reale.

Tim Cullmann,
The Leitmotiv Issue

Metronom, in collaboration with THC architecture Modena, presents a selection of works by Tim Cullmann, winner of the portfolio review during the 2015 edition of Fotopub Festival. The Leitmotiv Issue is a complete exploration based on new body of works and reflections belonging to different series: METRONOM_fuorimappa hosts Summer Collection. Cropped & Reloaded, a research on the…

Beatrice Pediconi, Alien/Alieno

Beatrice Pediconi’s exhibition Alien/Alieno is currently on view at Sepia Eye in New York, until June 18th. Beatrice Pediconi’s work challenges the realm of traditional painting by exploring the water’s reaction to the immersion of different materials, such as ink, acrylic, powder, organic matter and, in the case of this exhibition, oil paint. The melting…

Lukas Wassmann’s Amici at Riviera

The temporary bookshop Riviera has animated the Istituto Svizzero in Milan since February 2016, hosting a variety of events dedicated to visual arts and publishing. Directed by Caterina Riva and Dallas (Creative Direction & Graphic Design Studio founded by Francesco Valtolina and Kevin Pedron), Riviera focuses on the book both as an object and a…

Inferno – The Movie in Viasaterna, Milan

In collaboration with Cineteca di Bologna and within the exhibition Your Silent Face – Luca Andreoni and Zhou Siwei – the third exhibition of the two-year programme curated by Fantom for Viasaterna –, we are happy to announce the showing of the film Inferno (Italy, 1911), which inspired the exhibited work by Luca Andreoni.

Paul Graham, The Whiteness of the Whale

«Let us try. But in a matter like this, subtlety appeals to subtlety, and without imagination no man can follow another into these halls.» H. Melville, Moby Dick Published contextually to Paul Graham’s current major retrospective at Pier 24 – the first solo show held at the beautiful exhibition space in San Francisco, open since 2010 –, The…

Alessandro Calabrese at Foam Talent 2015

Each Spring, Foam organises an Open Call – among the most coveted of the photographic field – to identify international talents under the age of 35. From a total of 1208 submissions from 67 different countries in 2015, 21 photographers were selected to be featured in the annual Foam Magazine Talent Issue, launched in September contextually to Unseen Photo Fair…

Lele Saveri at MoMA’s New Photography 2015

On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, MoMA’s longstanding exhibition series New Photography is expanding to 19 artists and artist collectives from 14 countries, and includes works made specifically for this exhibition. Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015 will be on view from November 7, 2015 to March 20, 2016, throughout the entirety of the Museum’s Edward…

The Mapmaker’s Dream at Haines Gallery

 Opening on November 5th, Haines Gallery is hosting The Mapmaker’s Dream, an exhibition which brings together five artist whose works propose inventive and visually compelling ways to map the world around us. The show will feature Recipe for Tuesday Sunsets (2015) by Marius Bercea – a large-scale artwork depicting an abstract and fantastic vision of the neighborhoods of Los Angeles –,…

TEMPO AL TEMPO. ART FROM ANNO DOMINI TO RONI HORN

TEMPO AL TEMPO. ART FROM ANNO DOMINI TO RONI HORN, curated by Italian artist Domingo Milella and antiques specialist Bruno Botticelli, is opening on November 5 at the newly refurbished exhibition space of Roman Road in London. The show is born out of the roots of Milella’s practice, from his interest in time and its shapes, from antiques, and also…

Joachim Schmid, Souvenirs

Please note: Exhibition extended up to December 19, 2015 The first solo show in Italy by the German artist Joachim Schmid (Balingen, 1955) is on view at P420 Gallery until November 14, 2015. Active on the German scene since 1980 as a photography critic, essayist and publisher, in 1982 Schmid founded Fotokritik, a completely self-produced magazine that…

Do Ho Suh at MOCA Cleveland

This exhibition surveys recent work by internationally-renowned artist Do Ho Suh (Seoul, 1962). Suh creates architecturally scaled, fabric installations informed by his personal experiences, that recreate specific domestic spaces where he has lived, including his childhood home (a traditional hanok-style Korean house), a house in Rhode Island where he lived as a student, and his…

Andreas Gursky at Museum Frieder Burda

Andreas Gursky captures the burning issues of modern life and global reality with an objective and precise eye. His overall compositions are technical and pictorial masterpieces, and have long since inscribed themselves on the art world’s collective memory. Gursky’s typical forms of expression are digitally processed images and extremely large-scale formats. The works of the…