press kit - Artissima


press kit - Artissima
6 – 8 NOVEMBER 2015
12 - 8 PM
5 November 2015: Press Preview, Preview, Opening
6, 7, 8 November 2015: Open to the public
In 2015, Artissima, the International Fair of Contemporary Art, in Turin,
opens its 22nd edition to the public. Directed for the fourth time by Sarah
Cosulich Canarutto, it features 207 galleries from 31 countries the world
Since its establishment in 1994, Artissima has combined presence in
the international market with careful attention to experimentation,
research and the curatorial framework of its choices and proposals.
Three of the fair’s six sections are helmed by boards composed of
curators and museum directors from all over the world. The formats of
these special sections – with a focus spanning performance art to the
rediscovery of the avant-garde – have become standards in the
international art fair scene.
Its precise identity ensures Artissima’s impact is felt beyond its venue,
the Oval glass pavilion, and reverberates throughout the entire city of
Torino. In the words of Le Monde, during Artissima ‘the city transforms
into a giant happening’, drawing in a very high-profile public with
exhibitions and special events in its museums and foundations, and the
network of food and wine culture for which the city is famous.
The fair is organised by Artissima srl, a company owned by the
Fondazione Torino Musei.
207 galleries from 31 countries
67% overseas exhibitors
20,000 m2 of exhibition space
More than 2,000 artworks
Over 50 curators and museum directors on its juries
€50,000 in prizes for artists and galleries
€400,000 in institutional acquisitions (2014)
More than 50,000 visitors (2014)
Partners & Friends
Main Partner: UniCredit
Partner: Aon, CTA, Girard-Perregaux, GTT, illycaffè,
K-Way, Lancia, Lauretana, Leica, Reda, Fondazione Sardi per
l’Arte, Promos Scalo Milano
In-kind sponsor: Artsy, CarloAngela, FR Costruzioni, GL
Events Italia – Lingotto Fiere, Sagat, Zaini Milano
Official Carrier: Gondrand
Media Partner: La Stampa
Opium Den, a fully fledged curatorial project turning the VIP Lounge
into an eclectic and sumptuous space; a visual essay on collecting and
the border between art object and decoration.
Ypsilon St’Art Percorsi in Fiera, a free programme of themed visits
through the fair, conceived in parallel with the Walkie Talkies and Zonarte
workshops, to consolidate Artissima’s commitment to attracting the
general public to contemporary art.
Art Advisory, UniCredit Art Advisory, a free, independent art advisory
service within the fair – the first of its kind in Italy – conceived to
encourage and assist new Italian collectors.
In Mostra, a special exhibition project within Artissima. Created to
provide a showcase for the contemporary art collections and artistic
institutions of Piedmont, in 2015 In Mostra is reinvented as an
independent project, spanning 700 square metres of exhibition space at
the fair.
Artissima is a fair which stands out and challenges major
international art events.
We were the first contemporary art fair to introduce a focus on
the historical avant-garde and the first to give a commercial stage to
performance art. We were also the first fair to reward young artists
with a museum exhibition, the first fair to transform talks into
itinerant conversations throughout the booths, the first fair to
include an exhibition of exceptional institutional collections, and –
starting this year – the first fair to have a VIP Lounge conceived as
a curatorial project.
Artissima acts as a catalyst for Torino’s artistic network of
museums and institutions, an unmissable point of attraction for the
international art scene. More than a metropolis, Torino is an
undisputed capital of contemporary art, with three museums, three
art foundations, new institutions being established, large private
collections and important public art projects such as Luci d'Artista.
If quality is a key ingredient in Artissima’s growth, acquisitions
within the fair are the recipe for continuing to improve quality:
spurring artistic research and the city. With this in mind, this year
we have worked on a project to encourage new collecting,
attracting ever more collectors from all over the world. More than in
any other previous edition, they will be the true protagonists of the
We are proud to be the fair of ‘firsts’ and we hope to continue to
create new paths.
Sarah Cosulich Canarutto, director
Three of Artissima’s six sections are selected by a committee of
international galleries participating in the fair.
The Main Section brings together the most established galleries
representative of the global art scene. This year, 133 have been selected
(of which two thirds are from abroad).
New Entries is a section reserved for the most interesting young
galleries on the international scene, active for less than five years and
attending Artissima for the first time. The section hosts 24 galleries, of
which 21 are foreign.
Art Editions, inaugurated in 2012, hosts publications, prints and
multiples by contemporary artists from seven galleries.
An international jury awards the Promos Scalo Milano New Entries
Prize of €5,000 to the gallery deemed most deserving in seeking out and
promoting the young artists in this section. One artist from the winning
gallery will be commissioned to make a site specific installation in Scalo
Milano’s exhibition space, currently under construction within the Piazze
d’Artista project, which combines retail and art for the first time in Italy.
The Reda Prize is a new international award open to artists under 35
who are exhibiting at Artissima. It is inaugerated this year with the aim of
supporting a new generation of artists who work with photography. The
winner is given the opportunity to realise a publication with a major
international publisher.
The Fondazione Ettore Fico Prize is awarded to an artist chosen from
all of those participating in Artissima. Established in 2009 by Fondazione
Ettore Fico to promote the work of young practitioners, it supports the
creation of a publication or exhibition by the winner.
Committee for the Main Section, New Entries and Art
Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin
Paola Capata (Monitor), Roma
Guido Costa, Torino
Peter Kilchmann, Zurich
Pedro Mendes (Mendes Wood DM), São Paulo
Gregor Podnar, Berlin
Jocelyn Wolff, Paris
Jury for the Promos Scalo Milano New Entries Prize
Pierre Bal Blanc, Documenta 14, Kassel
Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, critic and curator, São Paulo
Abaseh Mirvali, independent curator, Berlin/Mexico City
Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, collector, Torino
Jury for the Reda Prize
Florian Ebner, Museum Folkwang, Essen
Cristiano Raimondi, NMNM, Munich
Francesco Zanot, Camera – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia,
Philip and Rosella Rolla, collectors, Rolla Foundation,
Jury for the Fondazione Ettore Fico Prize
Andrea Busto, MEF – Museo Ettore Fico, Torino
Letizia Ragaglia, Museion, Bolzano
Alberto Salvadori, Museo Marino Marini, Firenze
Andrea Viliani, MADRE, Napoli
Renato Alpegiani, collector, Torino
Present Future is the section of Artissima dedicated to emerging talent,
selected by a board of young international curators. Artists are presented
by the galleries in a central area of the fair, in a specifically designed
exhibition. Works by the selected artists include new proposals created
ad hoc and projects displayed for the first time in a European and Italian
In 2015 Present Future presents projects by 20 artists presented by 19
foreign galleries and one Italian gallery.
The illy Present Future Prize, supported by illycaffè since 2001, is
awarded to an artist whose work is considered the most interesting, by an
international jury. Since 2012, Artissima and Castello di Rivoli Museo
d’Arte Contemporanea have offered the winner the exceptional
opportunity of presenting a solo exhibition at the museum. The exhibition
coincides with the subsequent edition of the fair.
Thanks to illycaffè’s receptiveness and the active collaboration with
Castello di Rivoli, the illy Present Future Prize gives significant support to
emerging artists, and confirms the innovative role of the museum as an
artistic institution of international repute.
This year the exhibition features the work of Rachel Rose, winner of
the 14th edition of the illy Present Future Prize.
Committee for Present Future
Luigi Fassi, steirischer herbst, Graz
Fatima Hellberg, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart
Lara Khaldi, independent curator, Ramallah and Amsterdam
Natalia Sielewicz, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw
Fatos Üstek, independent curator and writer, London
Jury for the illy Present Future Prize
Daniel Baumann, Kunsthalle Zürich
Dieter Roelstraete, Documenta 14, Kassel
Maurizio Morra Greco, collector, Napoli
Present Future 2015 is an exploration of the global art scene,
focusing on figures who are active mainly in Europe, North America
and the Middle East. Its field research saw a curatorial team
seeking out innovative, complex and multiform artistic proposals
over many months.
The section is not structured according to a theme or narrative,
and its nature is not defined by any ideological focal points or preestablished conceptual models. Instead, its architecture is formed
by the strength of the projects presented, which do not only bear
witness to an uncompromising critical urgency but also raise
questions and inspire reflections on the current state of geopolitics
Luigi Fassi, coordinator of Present Future
Back to the Future is the section of Artissima dedicated to the rediscovery
of historic artworks, featuring solo exhibitions by great pioneers of
contemporary art. Created with a focus on the 1960s, 70s and 80s, in
2015 for the first time it is concentrating on the decade 1975–85.
The section, now in its sixth year, aims to highlight international artists
who played a key role in the history of art and whose work has influenced
contemporary practice. Back to the Future offers the public at large a
unique opportunity to view significant works from those years in dialogue
with contemporary experimentation.
In 2015, 25 artists participate in Back to the Future, presented by 28
galleries (8 Italian, 20 from abroad).
During Artissima, an international jury awards the Sardi per l’Arte Back
to the Future Prize, run in partnership with Fondazione Sardi per l’Arte
and at a value of €5,000, to the gallery with the most deserving project in
terms of historical relevance and booth presentation.
Committee for Back to the Future
Eva Fabbris, independent curator, Milano
João Fernandes, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofìa,
Elena Filipovic, Kunsthalle Basel
Beatrix Ruf, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Jury for the Sardi per L’Arte Back to the Future Prize
Sabine Breitwieser, Museum der Moderne Salzburg
Christine Macel, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre
Pompidou, Paris
María Inés Rodríguez, CAPC, Bordeaux
Lorenzo Paini, Collezione Enea Righi, Bologna
Back to the Future has reconfirmed its position as a research-driven
section this year by presenting a very clear chronological focus.
The decade 1975–85 was chosen because it represents a true
creative environment in a state of transition. In Back to the Future
this year, significant movements and practices of the first half of the
1970s, such as Conceptual Art and the performative body, are
radicalised; painting comes both to contain and re-launch its
seemingly pop heritage, blending it with the possible stimuli of a
culture about to become globalised and globalising; photography’s
ability to represent diverse power structures is explored, alongside
its relation to the field of fashion, its reinvention of the theme of
portraiture and its becoming the driving force for a new awareness
of gender representation.
Back to the Future 1975–85 represents strong core themes and
particular sensibilities that preluded the art to come, from a vital
moment that is yet to be historicised.
Eva Fabbris, coordinator of Back to the Future
Launched by Artissima in 2014, Per4m is the first ever section on the
international art fair scene devoted exclusively to performance art. It is
both an artistic and commercial showcase, in which performance art is
considered as a medium alongside the others presented in the fair, taking
full advantage of the framework dedicated to it.
The 2015 edition of Per4m hosts works by 12 artists represented by 13
galleries (four Italian, nine foreign), and presented on a dedicated stage
within the fair and in shared locations throughout the Oval.
Per4m is accompanied by the Prix K-Way Per4m of €10,000, which will
be given to the most significant artwork presented in the section. The
award reflects not only the importance of Per4m, but also the special
attention paid to this form of experimentation by our partner K-Way.
Committee for Per4m
Simone Menegoi, independent curator, Milano
Sophie Goltz, Stadtkuratorin, Hamburg
Chris Sharp, independent curator, Mexico DF
Jury for the Prix K-Way Per4m
Marie de Brugerolle, independent curator and writer, Lyon
Silvia Fanti, Xing, Bologna
Ana Janevski, Department of Media and Performance Art,
MoMA, New York
Giorgio Fasol, collector, Verona
Now in its second year, Per4m continues to offer compelling insight
into current performance art in all its variety and complexity, starting
from its relationship with time, space and the public.
Some actions gather spectators together in the space dedicated
to Per4m at Artissima, while others take them by surprise,
happening unannounced in the shared spaces of the fair. Short
performance pieces with a beginning, a middle and an end are
countered by a static ‘installation with figures’, which can be visited
at any time. Some performances will invite the audience to interact,
and others offer them a theatrical relationship to the event taking
place before them.
In contrast to last year, less weight is given to the spoken word
in favour of gesture, music and the image. Furthermore, the
emphasis on emerging artists, many of whom have never exhibited
in Italy before, is even stronger.
Simone Menegoi, coordinator of Per4m
VIP Lounge
For the 2015 edition, Artissima has redesigned the VIP Lounge,
transforming it from a purely functional space into an art installation.
Opium Den, a project conceived and curated by Maurizio Vetrugno, is a
welcoming space that is eclectic and sumptuous, immersive and
The balcony overlooking the Oval becomes stage set bedecked with
textiles inspired by the Orientalist style of Torino’s Villa della Regina,
furniture from Sumatra and Java and collections of ceramics and
enamelled metal. The floors are covered in rugs, designed by artist
Scarlett Rouge, in which eclectic symbologies reference the history of
The contrast between ancient craftsmanship and the practice of
appropriation art, between Piedmont Orientalism and Chinese enamelled
works depicting European Arcadian scenes, brings into crisis any notion
of this as a purely decorative space. Opium Den welcomes guests of the
fair like an organic sculpture. It is a visual essay that probes the
boundaries between artwork and object, inhabited space and installation.
Opium Den is created in collaboration with MAO Museo d’Arte
Orientale di Torino.
Ypilon St’Art Itineraries
2015 sees the inauguration of the Ypilon St’Art Itineraries, a
programme of guided tours through the booths and the special sections,
designed to offer the general public insights and new interpretations and
bringing them into the world of contemporary art.
The Itineraries will be led by young mediators, and will concentrate on
specific works, techniques, themes and expressive languages.
Participation in the tours is free, but reservations are required.
Walkie Talkies
One of the most successful public events at Artissima, the
Walkie Talkies feature a series of informal conversations that move
freely through the spaces of the fair.
Pairs of exceptional guides accompany visitors on themed
explorations of the gallery booths, discovering works, artists or
specific themes. The Walkie Talkies are short dialogues: interludes
that provide the opportunity to get to know and discuss the various
artistic aspects covered by Artissima. This year, as part of a wider
effort to frame the role of collecting as a driving force in artistic
research, each conversation features a curator in discussion with a
The programme is composed of 12 visits, four per day, led by 24
curators and international collectors. The programme is available at
the fair and on
Unicredit Art Advisory
Collecting is one of the main themes of Artissima 2015. While its
important contribution to Italy’s economic and cultural life is rarely
acknowledged, collecting in the country often reaches international
standards of excellence .
Unicredit Art Advisory is a free, independent advisory service,
offered to collectors as well as to visitors who are passionate about
art but who would like guidance with navigating the fair, or with the
legal, tax and insurance aspects of collecting. Expert advisors are
available, by appointment, in the UniCredit space at the fair.
Con/TEXT, a section introduced in 2012, is a large and welcoming
area of the pavilion for reading, discovering unusual art magazines and
books, and discussing and sharing ideas.
Con/TEXT is home to the Artissima Bookshop, by Librerie Corraini,
containing the most important magazines in the sector as well as Art
Editions. It also contains the Book Corner, a space dedicated to
presenting books, catalogues and special projects by institutions,
galleries and publishers. The Book Corner programme involves artists,
museum directors, curators, critics and collectors from all over the world.
Starting in 2015, Con/TEXT will host the new Artissima Live space, a
live editorial process where online contemporary art publications
dialogue and collaborate, creating content linked to the weekend of the
fair. Artissima Live is coordinated by Elena Bordignon, founder of ATP
In parallel with Artissima Live, the fair has also launched a new version
of its website – – which has been redesigned to
accompany visitors to Artissima via social media and smartphones
(design by Eggers 2.0).
Meeting Point by La Stampa
A special area within the fair dedicated to the presentation of
projects, events, conversations and debates relating to the
fundamental topics of contemporary art. The talks are promoted
and curated by museums, institutions and art professionals and
provide a unique opportunity for encountering and exchanging
ideas with some of the leading figures on the contemporary art
Once again, in 2015 the Education Departments of the Zonarte
network offer visitors to Artissima a key to accessing the world of
contemporary art, featuring workshops, laboratories, meetings and
discussions – all of which are open to young people, families and
The workshop programme is available on
In Mostra
In Mostra is a special exhibition taking place within Artissima. A section of
the fair inspired originally by the desire to showcase Piedmont’s
contemporary art collections and artistic institutions, in 2015 Artissima
called on Stefano Collicelli Cagol to reinvent In Mostra as an independent
show, with works by 30 artists displayed across 700 square metres of
exhibition space.
The exhibition, titled ‘Inclinazioni’, revolves around the concept of
‘inclination’: an internal tendency towards something (we speak of artistic,
political and personal inclination, for example), but the metaphor implicit
in the term seems to suggest an alternative and oblique geometry in
contrasts with the traditional static condition of orthogonality.
Exploring the theme with a gaze that is sometimes ironic and
sometime grotesque – unlike the orthogonal nature of the ‘straightest city
in Italy’ – ‘Inclinazioni’ inhabits a contradictory space, further emphasised
by the commercial role of the fair in relation to non-profit institutions and
Artists / Participating Institutions:
Anonimous / Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti
Lupo Borgonovo / Cripta747
Brouly Bouabrè / ArteGiovane
James Lee Byars, Maria Nordman / Castello di Rivoli Museo
d’Arte Contemporanea
Felice Casorati, Bruno Munari, Tancredi / GAM Galleria Civica
d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
Gianni Colombo / Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e
Contemporanea CRT
Giorgio Cugno / Resò
Andrea De Stefani / Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte
Elmgreen&Dragset, David Hammons, Monica Sosnowska /
Collezione La Gaia
Hans Peter Feldmann, Urs Fischer, Andro Wekua / Fondazione
Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
Piero Gilardi, Ugo La Pietra / PAV Parco d’Arte Vivente
Daniella Isamit Morales / CeSAC Centro Sperimentale per le
Arti Contemporanee
Jack Kerouac illustrated by Ed Ruscha / Pinacoteca Giovanni e
Marella Agnelli
Marisa Merz, Mario Merz. Laurence Weiner / Fondazione Merz
Photographic Material – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia
Gyan Panchal / FRAC
Dino Pedriali / Fondazione 107
Michelangelo Pistoletto / cittadellarte/Fondazione Pistoletto
Carol Rama / Fondazione Sardi per l’Arte
Philipp Timischl / Barriera
Sarah Cosulich Canarutto
Sarah Cosulich Canarutto (b.1974) has been the director of Artissima
since 2012.
She started her career alongside Francesco Bonami at the 50th Venice
Biennale, working with artists such as Fischli/Weiss, Matthew Barney and
Rudolf Stingel.
She was later curator of the Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art,
working on shows and special projects by Carsten Hoeller, Pawel
Althamer, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Gabriel Orozco, Damian Ortega and Tomas
Saraceno, among others.
While att Cardi Black Box gallery she curated a major exhibition by
Thomas Bayrle. Her writing includes monographs on Jeff Koons (2006)
and Gabriel Orozco (2008).
In her three years at Artissima, the fair has widened both its
international scope as well as its experimental identity, pioneering new
ways to involve curators and collectors and adding a new innovative
performance section. In 2014 she invited Maurizio Cattelan to curate the
acclaimed exhibition ‘SHIT AND DIE’ as part of Artissima’s cultural
Created in 2006 as the ice stadium for the Torino Winter Olympics,
the Oval is a glass pavilion in the heart of Lingotto, the historical
industrial district reconverted for the city by Renzo Piano. The Oval,
with its naturally illuminated 20,000 square metres of space, has
hosted Artissima since 2010.
Artissima srl
Artissima is a brand of Regione Piemonte, Provincia di Torino and
Città di Torino. On behalf of these three authorities, it is promoted
by Fondazione Torino Musei. The 22nd edition of Artissima is being
held with the support of the three brand-owning authorities, jointly
with Fondazione per l’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea CRT,
Compagnia di San Paolo and Camera di commercio di Torino. The
organisation of Artissima is overseen by Artissima srl, a company
formed in 2008 to manage the fair’s artistic and commercial
Fondazione Torino Musei
Fondazione Torino Musei curates and manages the historic and
artistic heritage of the city of Torino. Its mission is to protect this
heritage, carry out research, and exhibit and communicate its art
collections and historical monuments in order to make them more
accessible to the public, thereby serving the community and its
The museums that comprise the foundation are GAM - Galleria
Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Palazzo Madama-Museo
Civico d'Arte Antica, MAO - Museo d'Arte Orientale and Rocca e il
Borgo Medievale.
Eva Fabbris
Coordinator of Back to the Future
Eva Fabbris is an independent curator and art historian. She lives in
Milano. In 2015, together with Cristiano Raimondi, she co-curated an
exhibition by Fausto Melotti at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco.
She is currently curating two projects by Alessandro Pessoli and Paul
Sietsema at the same museum.
Fabbris was part of the research team for ‘Arts&Foods’, curated by
Germano Celant at the Triennale di Milano during EXPO 2015. She is
curating the ‘Pre-post Alphabet’ series of exhibitions at Fondazione Morra
in Napoli, 2015–16.
Luigi Fassi
Coordinator of Present Future
Since 2012, Luigi Fassi has been the curator of visual arts at the
steirischer herbst festival in Graz, Austria. A Helena Rubinstein
Curatorial Fellow at the Whitney Museum ISP in New York in 2009,
he was director of the ar/ge kunst Galerie Museum in Bolzano
(2009–12), where he organised group and solo exhibitions for
artists including Runo Lagomarsino, Chto Delat?, Katarina Zdjelar,
Alejandro Cesarco and William E. Jones.
Together with G. Di Salvatore, he is the author of Clement
Greenberg. L’avventura del modernismo (Johan & Levi, 2011) and
Time Out of Joint: Recall and Evocation in Recent Art (Yale
University Press, 2009).
Simone Menegoi
Coordinator of Per4m
Simone Menegoi is a critic and curator who lives in Milano and Verona.
He teaches at the Istituto Europeo del Design, in Roma, and regularly
writes for the website From 2012 to 2014, together with
Cecilia Canziani, he curated contemporary art projects for the
Ermenegildo Zegna Group; in 2012–13 he was a curator at CSAV –
Artists’ Research Laboratory by the Fondazione Ratti (Como),
collaborating visiting artists Matt Mullican and Tacita Dean.
Maurizio Vetrugno
Curator of Opium Den
Maurizio Vetrugno, an artist and writer, lives and works in Torino and Bali.
He has had solo exhibitions at Blum & Poe, in Los Angeles, Fondazione
Merz and the Accademia delle Belle Arti, both in Torino. His most recent
group exhibitions include: ‘SHIT AND DIE’, Palazzo Cavour, Torino;
‘Relax The Brain’, Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi – Berlin; ‘Il racconto
del filo: Ricamo e cucito nell’arte contemporanea’, MART, Trento and
Rovereto; ‘Soggetto Soggetto’, Castello di Rivoli, Torino.
Stefano Collicelli Cagol
Curator of In Mostra
Stefano Collicelli Cagol is curator at large at the Trondheim
Kunstmuseum, Trondheim, Norway. In 2014 he completed a PhD in
Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art, London. He
has collaborated with various Italian institutions such as
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino; GAM – Galleria
d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Torino and Museo Marino
Marini, Firenze.
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Opening: 5 November 2015
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Pinksummer, Genova; PM8, Vigo; Podbielski Contemporary, Berlin;
Gregor Podnar, Berlin; Jérôme Poggi, Paris; Polansky, Prague; Anca
Poterasu, Bucharest; Produzentengalerie Hamburg, Hamburg; Profile,
Warsaw; prometeogallery, Milan, Lucca; Proyectos Monclova, Mexico
City; PSM, Berlin; Repetto, London; Rizomi_art brut, Turin; Rotwand,
Zurich; Lia Rumma, Milan, Naples; Studio Sales di Norberto Ruggeri,
Rome; Richard Saltoun, London; Side 2, Tokyo; SMAC, Stellenbosch,
Cape Town; Sommer, Tel Aviv; SpazioA, Pistoia; Sprovieri, London;
Michaela Stock, Vienna; Sultana, Paris; Svit, Prague; Taik Persons,
Berlin; Joseph Tang, Paris; Timothy Taylor, London; The Gallery Apart,
Rome; Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck; Caterina Tognon,
Venice; Torri, Paris; Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice; Vartai, Vilnius; Federico
Vavassori, Milan; Vistamare, Pescara; Waldburger Wouters, Brussels;
Wilkinson, London; Jocelyn Wolff, Paris; Leo Xu, Shanghai; Zak |
Branicka, Berlin
New Entries
Allen, Paris; Rolando Anselmi, Berlin; Piero Atchugarry, Pueblo
Garzon; Balzer Projects, Basel; Laurence Bernard, Geneva; Central,
Sao Paulo; Cinnnamon, Rotterdam; Bianca D'Alessandro, Copenhagen;
Feuer/Mesler, New York; Giorgio Galotti, Turin; Hester, New York;
Michael Jon, Miami, Detroit; knoerle & baettig, Winterthur; Alexander
Levy, Berlin; Laurent Mueller, Paris; Operativa, Rome; Ornis A.,
Amsterdam; Berthold Pott, Cologne; Proyecto Paralelo, Mexico City;
Rizzutogallery, Palermo; Deborah Schamoni, Munich; Tomorrow, New
Present Future
Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme: Carroll/Fletcher, London; Rachal
Bradley: Gregor Staiger, Zurich; Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin:
Lisson, London, Milan, New York; Alina Chaiderov: Antoine Levi, Paris;
Danilo Correale: Raucci/Santamaria, Naples; Kit Craig: Arcade, London;
Daiga Grantina: Joseph Tang, Paris; Hazem Harb: Athr, Jeddah; Ewa
Juszkiewicz: lokal_30, Warsaw; Hayv Kahraman: The Third Line, Dubai;
Yazan Khalili: Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai; Ingrid Luche: Air De Paris, Paris;
Elena Nemkova: Galerie Sisso, Paris; Marzena Nowak: Gregor Podnar,
Berlin; Katie Paterson: Parafin, London; Hannah Perry: Seventeen,
London; Rodel Tapaya: Arndt, Berlin, Singapore; Iza Tarasewicz: BWA
Warszawa, Warsaw; Dena Yago: High Art, Paris; Nate Young:
moniquemeloche, Chicago
Back to the Future
3NOS3: Jaqueline Martins, Sao Paulo; Vincenzo Agnetti: Zero..., Milan;
Josef Bauer: unttld, Vienna; Chu Enoki: White Rainbow, London; Clegg
& Guttmann: Mirko Mayer, Cologne; Raymundo Colares: Bergamin &
Gomide, Sao Paulo; Peter Dreher: Koenig & Clinton, New York; Lili
Dujourie: Micheline Szwajcer, Brussels; Concha Jerez: Aural, Alicante;
Richard Kern: Guidi&Schoen, Genova; Pierre Klossowski: Isabella
Bortolozzi, Berlin + Cabinet, London; Július Koller: gb agency, Paris;
Maurizio Mochetti: Furini, Arezzo + Giovanni Bonelli, Milan; Alice Neel:
Aurel Scheibler, Berlin; Leticia Parente: Jaqueline Martins, Sao Paulo;
Maria Pininska-Beres: Monopol, Warsaw; Vettor Pisani: Cardelli &
Fontana, Sarzana; Hassan Sharif: Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai;
Michael Smith: Ellen De Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam + Dan Gunn,
Berlin; Aldo Spoldi: Antonio Battaglia, Milan; Supports/Surfaces:
Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg, Paris, Geneva, Saint-Etienne; Amikam
Toren: Anthony Reynolds, London; Nanda Vigo: Cà Di Frà, Milan /
Allegra Ravizza, Lugano; Franco Vimercati: Raffaella Cortese, Milan;
Alison Wilding: Karsten Schubert, London
Julie Béna: Joseph Tang, Paris; Julien Bismuth: Emanuel Layr, Vienna;
Christian Falsnaes: PSM, Berlin; Flavio Favelli: Francesca Minini, Milan
+ Studio Sales di Norberto Ruggeri, Rome; Kasia Fudakowski: Chert,
Berlin; Chiara Fumai: APalazzo, Brescia; Massimo Grimaldi: Zero…,
Milan; William
Produzentengalerie Hamburg, Hamburg; Francesco Pedraglio: Norma
Mangione, Turin; Oscar Santillan: Copperfield, London; Iza Tarasewicz:
Bwa Warszawa, Warsaw
Art editions
Colophonarte, Belluno; Editalia, Rome; El Astillero, Barcelona;
L'Arengario S.B., Gussago; Giorgio Maffei, Turin; Danilo Montanari,
Ravenna; s.t. Foto Libreria Galleria, Rome

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