A Bigger Splash!
Carlo Bevilacqua, Stefano Cagol, Massimiliano Galliani, Giovanni Guadagnoli, Francesco Nencini.
Opening (on invitation only): June 23, 2016, 7.00 PM.
June 24-Septemeber 15, 2016
Project room TBOE by Stefano Cagol: until July, 30 2016.
By appointment only
Curated by Glenda Cinquegrana.
Glenda Cinquegrana Art Consulting is proud to present A Bigger Splash!, a summer show featuring artists Carlo Bevilacqua, Stefano Cagol, Massimiliano Galliani, Giovanni Guadagnoli and Francesco Nencini. The exhibition is focusing on showcasing some new entries alongside some artists we’ve been collaborating for a long time.
The show title, referring to a film by Luca Guadagnino, alludes to freshness concerning the concept of summer show: by these artists we are pleased to present new works, unedited or freshly executed for the show, or newly edited, which are going to displayed in Zaccaria 4 in an open dialogue with the inner characteristics of the space.
In the kitchen project room, we are presenting an edition taken from Indian Still series by Carlo Bevilacqua, a repeatedly awarded work; another project room displays a video installation by Stefano Cagol taken from The Body of Energy (of the Mind), recently presented at Venice Biennale, which after being financed by RWE Stiftung’s Visit Award, has turned into a one-year travel research throughout Europe, consisting in participation practices hosted by museums such as Bergen Kunsthall Landmark, Bergen, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Madre in Naples, MAXXI in Rome, Museion in Bozen, Kunst Halle in Sankt Gallen, ZKM in Karlsruhe, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa in Venice. Massimiliano Galliani is unveiling some unedited works taken from the series LSDT, Le strade del tempo/Streets of time, an original conceptual and painterly reinterpretation of the concept of time applied to the Monna Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. Giovanni Guadagnoli features ‘Silenzio/Silence’, photographic inquiry on the classical still life issue, interpreted between tradition and a new visual ambiguity. After the success of ‘City Blues’ the show hosted by Cascina Martesana, Francesco Nencini, is showing a group of New York photographs, taken from the ‘Non-Luoghi’ series, about human solitude in urban spaces.