An exhibition of "ephemeral works" examines the value of memories staging lighting installations and decorative compositions.
It was June 28, 1973. The last day when space was inhabited. Then only the time passed there.
"Ciò che resta del tempo” (What is left of time) is a research project on the aesthetics of memory: the gaze on a place full of absences.
An exhibition - curated by Alessandra Dalloli, Nemo Monti, Walter Terruso; with photographs by Andrea Martiradonna - who staged, for just one evening, lighting installations and decorative compositions: “aesthetic situations” created by using only the elements that were already present in the abandoned space.
Fragments of memory follow one another in the shape of rooms, furnishings, objects without destiny. In this context of pre-existences, a story of absence is performed: design of the instants.
Conceptual works are created using the remains of the time: fragments of memory that survived the transformations. Rooms, furnishings, structures, fractures, are transformed into elements of a story. Photos, works of light, design of the ephemeral, of the transitory. Domestic archelogy.
Fragments of meaning follow one another through the use of primary elements: the color of light, the use of space, the shape of memory. A project of ephemeral art works inspired by the evocative power of environments uninhibited for 40 years, where discover the many possible fates of a fragmented time. Light installations alternate with elements compositions; testimonies of memory, created to fix some moments of a perpetual becoming.
Andrea Martiradonna intervened to stop time, interpreting the spaces before they were the object of attention.
Reflection extends from physical places to abstract concepts, to the relationship between time, light and space; at the levels of perception of reality. To the relativity of the senses themselves. "Ciò che resta del tempo” (What is left of time) is a path of aesthetic situations, edited by Alessandra Dalloli, Nemo Monti, Walter Terruso. Photographs by Andrea Martiradonna.
December 13th 2017 | Quinto Piano – Via Milazzo 10, Milan
submission date: 12/13/2017
The edition of "Early Works" issued in February 2016 through the Slovak label Slnko Records, brought Ivana Mer's compositions to the international scene. Her songs continue in the cosmopolitan spirit in which they were created and reached various djs and producers around the world. Now this album reborn, full of astonishing and powerful collaborations from intercontinental artists. Japan, Argentina, Australia, Greece, Ukraine, Mexico, Hungary, Slovakia and Uruguay. Fresh visions of her music. Welcome to EARLY WORKS REMIXED EXTENDED EDITION.
Una compilación planetaria
La edición de "Early Works" realizada en febrero de 2016 a través del sello eslovaco Slnko Records, puso a las composiciones de Ivana Mer en la escena internacional. Elegido por diversos medios como uno de los lanzamientos destacados del año, sus canciones siguieron el impulso cosmopolita con el que fueron originadas, y llegaron a los oídos de distintos djs y productores alrededor del mundo. Ahora nace este album con colaboraciones de sorprendentes y poderosos artistas intercontinentales. Desde Japón a Argentina, pasando por Australia, Grecia, Hungría, Ucrania, México, Eslovaquia y Uruguay, se produjeron distintas y novedosas miradas sobre su música. Bienvenidos a EARLY WORKS REMIXED EXTENDED EDITION. read more »
submission date: 12/8/2017
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564), a towering genius in the history of Western art, is the subject of this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition. During his long life, Michelangelo was celebrated for the excellence of his disegno, the power of drawing and invention that provided the foundation for all the arts. For his mastery of drawing, design, sculpture, painting, and architecture, he was called Il Divino ("the divine one") by his contemporaries. His powerful imagery and dazzling technical virtuosity transported viewers and imbued all of his works with a staggering force that continues to enthrall us today.
This exhibition presents a stunning range and number of works by the artist: 133 of his drawings, three of his marble sculptures, his earliest painting, his wood architectural model for a chapel vault, as well as a substantial body of complementary works by other artists for comparison and context. Among the extraordinary international loans are the complete series of masterpiece drawings he created for his friend Tommaso de' Cavalieri and a monumental cartoon for his last fresco in the Vatican Palace. Selected from 50 public and private collections in the United States and Europe, the exhibition examines Michelangelo's rich legacy as a supreme draftsman and designer. read more »
Influenced by cartoon characters and the world of consumption, Ulla Reiter creates impressing mystic sculptures with an abundance of avant-garde and joy of invention using the unconventional material of plastic foam. The artist shapes this material deliberately using a classic scupltural technique: The figures are carved with weaver‘s scissors and dissecting instruments directly from the block. Ulla Reiter lives and works in Bamberg, Bavaria.
The paintings of the Swiss artist Florian Fausch are utopian architectural landscapes with a formal language which follows its own laws. These are places as well as „non-places“ at once, circling the concept of the painting. Landscape and interior space are being unfolded and splintered, interlock with each other again and form something entirely new. Dominik Schmitt comes from the deep south of Germany, from a town called Neustadt an der Weinstrasse. His artworks comprise paintings and drawings, but also video art. He manifests his anatomical introspections in a both morbid and ironic way on canvas and thereby addresses subjectivity as well as questions about art and its conception. Despite all modernity Schmitt makes formal use of elements of the Renaissance and christian iconography. read more »
submission date: 11/17/2017
Flavio Pellegrini was born in Brescia italy in 1960.
His technical training does not hinder but stimulates his artistic career.
Since 1999, he has followed a mixed path made of technicalities and harmonies, studies and experiments.
The wood is the predominant element in all his works.
The study of the eighteenth century mathematical methodologies enriches his way of interpreting the stretch.
Grooves and etchings patiently researched and regulated by algorithms alternate balancing the form and expressing themselves with the reflection of light. His own recipes harmonize the visual and tactile perceptions of the user.
He works, studies and researches in Flero Brescia Italy.
Nato a Brescia nel 1960. Ha una formazione tecnica, ma questo non limita la sua estrosa e florida fantasia. Dal 1999 ha seguito un percorso misto fatto di tecnicismi e armonie, di studi e sperimentazioni. Predilige il legno come elemento modellabile e lo caratterizza con giochi geometrici. Sostituisce il tratto generato dal pensiero con incisioni regolamentate da algoritmi matematici. Ricerca costantemente formule matematiche ispirate a metodologie studiate da matematici del XVIII secolo. Modella le grafie generate per dare profondità alla scultura. E' il modo per sintonizzare la percezione visiva e tattile dell'osservatore con le sue sensazioni del creare e del fare. Lavora, studia, ricerca e sperimenta a Flero (Brescia) read more »
submission date: 11/17/2017
BeDifferent Art Show is going to open in the ancient Church of Misericordia, during the finissage of Venezia Biennale. BeDifferent is dedicated to emerging and divergent arts. This year's theme is: "A New Kind of Beauty".
Personal exhibitions: Marco Guglielmi (Reimmortal)
Irreverent and politically incorrect, Marco Guglielmi is a conceptual artist giving life to amazing installations between sculpture, video and performing art.
Re. Mi. died in 2011. He is an outsider in art and in life - who was able to embody a new form of beauty through a bizarre and macabre hyperpsychic painting.
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submission date: 11/3/2017
Elisabetta Pandimiglio is an Italian film director, writer and screenwriter. In almost 20 years of activity she has written and directed over 50 works: a feature film, documentaries, shorts, educational videos and non-profit ads commissioned by the European Union, the City Council of Rome, NGOs and many other institutions. She is one of the founders of the Italian Association Telefono Rosa (fighting against violence on women). She has written and published researches, surveys, essays, inquiries and short stories on feminine condition and social uneasiness, and the novel “Ilia di Notte” (Data News, Rome 2001), and the bio-narrative "Il camoscio e il borraccino" (Limina, Arezzo 2010). On a commission from Nanni Moretti she has made in 2002 the Sacher Diary “Zappaterra”. Her solo films or in co-direction with César Meneghetti have been shown in over 20 countries and have received several recognitions. For her directing work she has won over 50 awards, among them three Nastro D’argento - a special mention by the SNGCI (Italian Cinema Journalists Association) Annual Award. In 2009 she made the feature documentary "L'incontro" and the short "1000 days of Vito" (Official selection atthe Venice Days - 66th Venice Film Festival, winner of several international awards, among them Best Film at the 2nd Italian Cinema Festival of Madrid and another Nastro D'argento in 2010; nominated for the Golden Globes 2011). In 2011 she wrote and directed "Più come un artista" (More as an artist), official selection at the Venice Days - 68th Venice Film Festival. In 2012 she shot the bookciak “TURNING POINTS”, special event at Venice-Days – 69 Venice Film Festival. In 2013 she made the multimedia work entitled “FAME” about the increasing of eating disorders linked to media interests. Latest works: “SBAGLIATE” (wrong women) on the feminine choice of non-maternity, “SCUOLA CALCIO” (80’), LA CENA DI TONI (70’).
Elisabetta Pandimiglio, regista, autrice, scrittrice. Ha scritto e diretto oltre cinquanta lavori: lungometraggi di finzione, documentari, corti narrativi, video e spot educativi per conto di Unione Europea, Comune di Roma, Telefono Rosa, Regione Lazio. È una delle fondatrici di Telefono Rosa (Associazione Nazionale contro la violenza sommersa). Ha pubblicato indagini, denunce, inchieste, saggi, racconti su condizione femminile e disagio sociale, il romanzo “Ilia di Notte” (Data News 2001). Su commissione di Nanni Moretti, ha realizzato nel 2002 il Diario Sacher “Zappaterra”. I suoi film sono stati esibiti in oltre venti paesi. Come regista ha ricevuto numerosi premi e riconoscimenti tra cui tre menzioni speciali ai Nastri d’Argento. I suoi lavori più recenti: nel 2009 ha scritto e diretto il lungometraggio “L’Incontro” e il cortometraggio “Mille giorni di Vito” (selezione ufficiale Giornate degli autori - 66 Mostra d’arte cinematografica di Venezia, vincitore di numerosi premi nazionali e internazionali tra cui Miglior film al Festival del Cinema Italiano a Madrid 2009; cinquina finalista e menzione speciale ai Nastri d’argento 2010; nomination Globi d’oro 2011). Nel 2010 ha scritto il libro “Il camoscio e il borraccino” (Limina 2010) edito con il documentario “Taccone- fuga in salita”. Nel 2011 ha scritto e diretto “Più come un artista” (selezione ufficiale Giornate degli autori - 68 Mostra d’arte cinematografica di Venezia). Nel 2012 realizza il bookciak “SVOLTE”, evento speciale alle Giornate degli Autori – 69 Mostra d’arte cinematografica di Venezia. Nel 2013 realizza l’opera multimediale “FAME” sulla diffusione dei disturbi alimentari. I suoi ultimi lavori: SBAGLIATE (70’) sulla scelta femminile della non maternità ( selezione ufficiale 11° Biografilm festival - Concorso Italia Bologna giugno 2015 22° Libero Bizzarri – Italia doc selezione ufficiale luglio 2015 - 2° Via EmiliaDoc Fest 2015 Modena novembre 2015 - 37° Festival Internazionale di Cinema e donne Firenze novembre 2015 - 10° Italia Doc - Casa del Cinema 2015 Roma marzo 2016 - Rassegna Centro Doc donna Modena - Udi Carpi marzo 2016- 23° Sguardi altrove - Women’s Film Festival Milano marzo 2016 - Cinema Lumière Bologna aprile 2016 Rassegna Libreria delle Donne Milano aprile 2016 - Cinema Lumière Bologna aprile 2016 - Rassegna Libreria delle Donne Milano aprile 2016- Centro di Psicanalisi Italiana Roma maggio 2016 - Biblioteca Comunale di Monterotondo - Roma giugno 2016- MonFilmFest 14 edizione Casale Monferrato (Al) luglio 2016 – Saronno- Rassegna “Stelle del cinema italiano indipendente”edizione agosto 2016 (dove ha ricevuto un premio per la regia di una serie di lavori) - Alla Dogana di Milano - Cassero LGBT Center di Bologna - Casa Internazionale delle donne Roma gennaio 2017 - Teatro Cantelli – Vignola (Mo) marzo 2017 - Circolo ARCI San Vito di Leguzzano (Vi) marzo 2017 – Bari – 6° edizione Festival delle Donne e dei saperi di genere/ Casa donne del Mediterraneo Aprile 2017- Lugano 7° Other Movie Lugano Film Festival Evento Speciale. “SCUOLA CALCIO” (80’) del collettivo Mina di cui ha curato scrittura, riprese, direzione artistica. LA CENA DI TONI (70’) documentario su una vita segnata dall’irruzione di un evento imprevedibile (Evento speciale Molise film Festival 2017 - Premio speciale giuria Mediterraneo Video festival 2017). read more »
submission date: 10/9/2017
As a result of the exchange between Slovakian singer and songwriter Ivana Mer and Japanese producer Ugh Yoing (member of Poncho+Casino Tart), appears this powerful remix of "Mereus". The original song is the first single from "Early Works" [2016, Slnko Records], the debut of Ivana.
In "About Early Works" she says that "the lyrics and the music came together in one moment in Prague, in 2008 I think, when I recorded it alone with the computer. It speaks about the mythological creature, which is Mereus, the king of the seas. He is calling you by sirens so that you can see your soul in his mirror. All of a sudden the lyrics appeared and I did not really understand their meaning. And then gradually, through this mythological story, I realized that it was about the deeper inward immersion."
About his work, Ugh tells "we added an accompaniment of images that were suitable for the voices and that were different from the original song. I started adding a chord progression, a base, different from the original. Then I added a beat that fits good, the melody and then appears other. All the work was done in one week. We released a new double album through Nunulaxnulan, Japanese label, containing recent works, collaborations and remixes. Mereus is included, we like it a lot."
Filmed in 10 cities of 6 countries (Banská Bystrica, Bátovce, Banská Štiavnica, Bratislava and Zvolen [Slovakia], Venice [Italy], Ibiza [Spain], Prague [Czech Republic] ), the clip was produced and edited by Cristian Estrella. His work was focused on "connecting with water in all its forms and states, seas, rivers, fish ponds, snow ... most of the shots were made with a mobile phone and the macro lens. Amazing shapes appeared. We are made of water. More than half of our body belongs to it. Ivana's martial attitude adds an amusing and dynamic component." The remix is part of "Early Works REMIXED vol.1" along with works of djs and producers from Argentina, Uruguay, Greece, and Australia. The track will be also included in the second volume that will be released in the physical format during the following months. Musicians from Mexico, Slovakia, Argentina, Uruguay, and Hungary already confirmed their participation. read more »
submission date: 9/24/2017
“What can you teach? Not art.
Contrary to the common view, art can’t be taught.
I believe that a piece of art comes out naturally from a human being. Just like a human being comes out from another“.
Kazuo Ohno, “What can you teach? Not art.”
11HellHeaven firmly believes that art is a natural process like life itself, and that has to be shared for the growth of the whole mankind. 11HellHeaven is a cultural symposium, an experimental circle of arts and ideas with a strong focus on innovation and contemporaneity. beyond the limit of “average”. With respect to our artists we act as a nomadic Gallery, opening to unconventional locations and pooling knowledge and experience.
Our logo is two arrows moving upwards and downwards, to represent the continuous shifting between opposite poles. Our motto is: “In Media non stat virtus”, whose translation from latin is: “there is no virtue in the middle”. Mediocrity is not a value. At the same time, “there is no truth in the media” and that is why we deliberately misspelled the latin motto (middle = media). For us, art represents the last bulwark against the flattening of consciousness in the media society.
Informal, conceptual, performing arts and videoart are 11Hellheaven’s core. We produce visions, performances and ideas. Everyone is welcomed to share his/her art and vision. It’s our contribution to increase the global level of awareness of the planet. read more »
submission date: 9/17/2017
In his youth, he was fascinated with cameras and started taking photographs with a Voigtlander SLR and teaching himself photography. He uses 35mm Nikon, medium format Hasselblad, Large Format Toyo 45 and Wista Folding. His work covers a wide variety of events that can be seen on this site: portraits, glamour, fashion, reportage, fine art nudes and large format Polaroid film. Unique fine art Polaroid image transfer and emulsion lift. Available for personal - fine art portraits, portfolio developement, model comp cards, promotional material for artists and performers. His published work has appeared in a number of magazines.
Sin dalla giovane età, iniziò a scattare fotografie con una Reflex Voigtlander VSL, attivando contemporaneamente un percorso autodidattico. Utilizza preferibilmente fotocamere manuali, luce naturale e stampa personalmente le sue immagini. Nikon 35mm, medio formato Hasselblad, grande formato Wista Folding e Toyo 45 sono i suoi strumenti di ripresa. Il suo lavoro comprende numerosi generi: ritratto, glamour, fashion, reportage, nudo artistico, compreso il trasferimento di emulsione/distacco con materiale Polaroid grande formato. Disponibile per ritratti personali artistici, sviluppo / aggiornamento portfolio, composit, materiale promozionale per artisti. Pubblicato su numerose riviste del settore.
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submission date: 7/26/2017
Adam "BixbyKnolls" Roose, A Bixby Knolls (Uptown Long Beach) California Native born May 3rd 1987, hence the alias "Mr. May 3hird", is a melodic threat to those who underestimate him. His music consists of a pure original and versatile sound allowing Adam to create a refreshing twist to current Hip Hop. Influenced by the likes of artists as timeless as The Isley Brothers to current artists like The Weeknd, he creates a sound that allows the audience to bite their tongues before proclaiming the absence of originality in Long Beach. He also provides the rare combination of skills that would make any A & R think twice.
When he's not displaying his flow, he's probably producing or composing the very music he's writing to, not to mention working with the melodic gift of serenity he also possesses. When singing he delivers a very soulful and warming tone that can bend and fit virtually any style of music. "Consider my music the postcard for Long Beach, CA". Adam Roose refers to his music as the representation that is never displayed through music in his hometown. "I feel the options available for music being represented by Long Beach is good and I support all of them, but my sound is long beyond what people actually have to offer and doesn't need to be hidden or free any longer. People pay for music of this quality." A confident and proud individual is the self-proclaimed "Dean" and CEO/Founder of the illustrious "University". Open your minds and ears to what the "University" and Adam Roose have to offer.
A new film shot in ultra HD 4K, based on the much anticipated exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace
In cinemas nationwide from 26th September 2017
Directed by David Bickerstaff
Co-written by David Bickerstaff and Phil Grabsky
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN open its fifth season with Canaletto & the Art of Venice, an immersive journey into the life and art of Venice’s famous view-painter.
No artist better captures the essence and allure of Venice than Giovanni Antonio Canal, better known as Canaletto. Despite Canaletto’s close relationship with the city in which he lived and died, the world’s largest collection of his works resides not in his native Italy, but in Britain as part of the Royal Collection. In 1762, George III purchased almost the entire collection amassed by Joseph Smith,British Consul in Venice and Canaletto’s principal agent.
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN’s latest release will grant unique access to the Royal Collection’s exceptional holdings of Canaletto's work, much of which is on display as part of the exhibition Canaletto & the Art of Venice at The Queen’s Gallery (19 May - 12 November).
The remarkable group of over 200 paintings, drawings and prints on display offer unparalleled insight into the artistry ofCanaletto and his contemporaries, and the city he became a master at capturing. The film also offers the chance to step inside two official royal residences - Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle - to learn more about the artist, and Joseph Smith, the man who introduced Canaletto to Britain.
From London, Canaletto & the Art of Venice will travel to the great Italian city to explore the origins of Canaletto’s art. Whilst appearing to be faithful representations of the city, Canaletto's skill came from his manipulation of reality. He moved buildings around or opened up vistas to create the perfectcomposition, and his paintings of Venice were highly sought after by Grand Tourists. His playful imagination extended into a new genre in which he excelled. The 'capriccio' combined real and fantasy architecture into imagined views. In this sense, Canaletto is more than a topographical artist - he is a master storyteller.
Cinema-goers will embark on their very own 21st century Grand Tour, visiting the sites enjoyed by their 18th century counterparts and immortalised in Canaletto’s views - from the Rialto Bridge to the Piazza San Marco, and the Palazzo Ducale to the Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo. Guided by RoyalCollection Trust curators and the world’s leading experts in Venetian history, the film is not only a wonderful way to see the exhibition, but an opportunity to get closer to Canaletto and the city that inspired him.
ABOUT EXHIBITION ON SCREEN
Working with top international museums and galleries, EXHIBITION ON SCREEN create films which offer a cinematic immersion into the world’s best loved art, accompanied by insights from the world's leading historians and arts critics. Since launching in 2011, EXHIBITION ON SCREEN have released 16 films which have been shown in over 50 countries worldwide.
Submission date: 7/17/2017