Scope Art Fair
March 5 - 8, 2020
Booth 041 with a group presentation with:
Dylan Gebbia Richards
Alberto Di Fabio
Meguru Yamaguchi - Yoon Hyup
Pulse Miami Beach
GR Gallery is pleased to announce its participation to PULSE Miami Beach Art Fair, with a double presentation of new works by MEGURU YAMAGUCHI and YOON HYUP.
LOCATION: Booth 415 + PULSE Projects section.
INDIAN BEACH PARK 4601 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FL 33140 (Collins Avenue and 46th Street with direct access from the beach and the boardwalk).
DATES & HOURS:
Thursday, December 5 | 1PM – 7PM
Friday, December 6 | 10AM – 7PM
Saturday, December 7 | 10AM – 7PM
Sunday, December 8 | 10AM – 5PM
The presentation will show the latest series of artworks conceived by the artists appositely for this occasion.
Yoon Hyup will reveal a new body of works executed on shaped canvases, together with his first 3-D edition sculpture.
Meguru Yamaguchi will unveil a variant of his signature “Split Horizon” series enforced with new color gradients, together with a gigantic 13 x 13 ft. artwork, exhibited in the “Project” section.
Solo Presentation of artist JOAN CORNELLA’
Showcasing new Prints/Merchandise and original artworks on Canvas and paper.
The artist will be attending the Art fair. Booth B-19
801 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tuesday, December 3 4pm – 8pm
Wednesday, December 4 11am – 8pm
Thursday, December 5 11am – 8pm
Friday, December 6 11am – 8pm
Saturday, December 7 11am – 8pm
Sunday, December 8
a solo exhibition by Catalan artist Joan Cornella’.
The exhibition will showcase 25 pieces, including works on canvas and paper, prints and the artist signature merchandise. Beside some of his classical iconic pieces the artist will reveal a completely new body of works, especially linked to this occasion and environment and will release two brand new screen prints.
Joan Cornella’ (1981, Barcelona). Is an artist illustrator and a cartoonist, well-known for his dark and quirky humour, often described as disturbing and outrageous. With his own visual code, which is minimalist and unusual, Joan Cornellà uses satire to denounce the grim and dark part of the human nature. He raises awareness on our hypocrisy and our obsession with many topics of our everyday lives. The colors of the sets and the perturbingly stillness of his characters reminds the spectator of the 1950’s advertisements, however, a morbid atmosphere hides behind this happy, yet cynical, faces. Cornellà does not hesitate to mock taboos. His artworks are bold and direct, and describe our daily routine scenes. Since no topic is “off limit” for Joan, some people might feel offended by his work, but once the viewer get deepen into his cynical and direct approach the appreciation grows exponentially. Honest and incredibly entertaining, Cornellà’s work sends a true signal: he puts us in front of our own failings, masked behind an obvious humour. Besides having collaborated with a lot of major magazines such as: La cultura del Duodeno, El Periódico, Ara the The New York Times, he exhibited his artworks in galleries and public venues all over the world.
Nothing Else, Museum solo exhibition
In esposizione 30 opere di Tommaso Bet che compongono una personale che attraversa gli ultimi anni del giovane Maestro sacilese, con particolare rilevanza ai cicli dei paesaggi acquorei, dei ritratti celebri e delle composizioni antropomorfiche. Dalla formidabile capacità di questo artista – che non ha ancora toccato i 40 anni – nel coniugare visionarietà, violenza espressiva e radicamento nel suo tempo, scaturiscono prove di straordinaria originalità e di grande forza evocativa.
December 4 - 9, 2018 Miami Beach
GR gallery is pleased to announce its participation at Scope Art Fair 2018 in Miami Beach with a solo show featuring Japanese artist Meguru Yamaguchi.
December 4 – 9, 2018.
Miami Beach Pavillon, 801 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL. Booth D07
MARCO CASENTINI Reggia Di Caserta
a cura di Luca Palermo
REGGIA DI CASERTA.
RETROSTANZE APPARTAMENTO SETTECENTESCO
13 gennaio – 13 febbraio 2018
Il 13 gennaio 2018 alle ore 17.00 si inaugurerà, presso le retrostanze dell’appartamento settecentesco delle Reggia di Caserta, la mostra Drive In di Marco Casentini. Tale mostra, a cura di Luca Palermo, rappresenta la tappa conclusiva di un percorso espositivo portato avanti dall’artista a partire dal 2017 e che ha coinvolto musei ed istituzioni italiane ed estere: dall’agosto all’ottobre del 2017 la mostra è stata, infatti, ospitata dal MOAH, Museum of Art and History di Lancaster in California; dal novembre al dicembre del 2017 è stata la Bocconi Art Gallery di Milano a farne da palcoscenico.
La tappa casertana, realizzata in collaborazione con la Galleria Nicola Pedana Arte Contemporanea, sarà supportata da Gobbetto – Special Resins, Polin e Sikkens.
La ricerca di Marco Casentini affonda le sue radici in qualcosa di molto simile a quanto sostenuto da Piet Mondrian: semplificare le forme secondo l’ordine della geometria e dello spazio al fine di ricreare, con elementi minimi, quello stesso spazio nel quale viviamo e con il quale costantemente ci si confronta. Quella di Casentini è una vera e propria geometria dello spazio, dunque, nella quale le forme sono solo un punto di partenza, un pretesto necessario per l’esplorazione e la riproposizione di luoghi che, in qualche modo, sono diventati parti integranti del suo “viaggio” artistico. Gli elementi che compongo le sue immagini, l’essenzialità, quasi minimalista, delle forme e del colore, dematerializzano lo spazio rappresentato introducendo lo spettatore in un non-luogo mentale emotivamente rilevante, la cui fisicità si lascia solo intuire. La pittura di Marco Casentini è una pittura architettonicamente intesa, in grado, cioè, di trasmettere impressioni e suggestioni di un paesaggio urbano e naturale svincolato dalla sua immagine reale, ma che, in qualche modo, ad essa rimanda.
La mostra sarà visitabile tutti i giorni dal 13 gennaio 2018 al 13 febbraio 2018 secondo gli orari di apertura e di chiusura della struttura ospitante.
Mara Fabbro - Marcello De Angelis
Archaeological Museum - Mantua
Dal 10 gennaio al 12 febbraio 2018 si terrà al Museo Archeologico di Mantova, già Antico Teatro di Palazzo Ducale, la mostra “Marcello De Angelis, Mara Fabbro, i progetti della natura”, a cura di Giovanni Granzotto e Leonardo Conti.
Marcello De Angelis e Mara Fabbro sono due giovani artisti che in questi anni stanno riscuotendo apprezzamenti a livello nazionale e internazionale con la presenza nelle grandi Fiere, nei musei, nelle gallerie e nelle committenze europee ed americane.
A Mantova si confrontano, attraverso le loro opere più significative, lungo la traccia del rapporto tra progettualità mentale e fascinazioni naturalistiche.
La mostra, infatti, conduce lo spettatore fra i meandri della concezione ideale della bellezza di Marcello De Angelis e della concezione emozionale e fisica della stessa bellezza di Mara Fabbro.
Exhibition at Bocconi University
A Trip with Marco Casentini to Bocconi Art Gallery 2017
THE SEVENTH EDITION OF BAG INCLUDES ‘DRIVE IN’, A PERSONAL EXHIBITION OF TWELVE PAINTINGS AND A 30METER WALL PAINTING BY THE ARTIST, CELEBRATING THE THEME OF THE JOURNEY
A journey into the art of Marco Casentini, but also a journey into the theme of the journey. In the seventh edition of Bocconi Art Gallery, which will be inaugurated on November 13, there will be a personal exhibition of the artist curated by the critic Federico Sardella. The exhibition, which will remain in Bocconi until December 22, exhibits a large wall painting of thirty meters plus twelve paintings. It represents the second stage of an exhibition tour that began in August at the Museum of Art and History in Lancaster (California) will end in February at the Reggia di Caserta, curated by Luca Palermo.
“In ‘Drive In’ there is the memory of the journey,” says Marco Casentini. “It’s a way to enter my art and follow the outlines and feelings, the exhibition space becomes the place where the spectator can perceive the emotions I shared. But at the same time, since all my works refer to places or travel experiences, ‘Drive In’ is also a metaphorical reflection on the subject of being in another place. ”
In each of the venues where it is set up, “the show develops with different exhibition criteria dictated by each space, holding as a common denominator the on-site realization of a mural painting that deals with the works exhibited. In the case of the exhibition in Caserta, there is also of a floor colored with resins, made in an exhibition hall, “continues Casentini.
At Lancaster, where the show was curated by MOAH’s director, Andi Campognone, the artist modified a Fiat 500 with his typical colorful pattern and exhibited paintings done on reflecting metal that resemble the ca’s body. “For BAG, a large 30-meter wall painting will be realized and there will be 7 paintings in acrylic and perspex on canvas plus 5 paintings on perspex and aluminum.”
Alberto Biasi, Sara Campesan e gli amici di Verifica 8+1
Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa
GR gallery is proud to announce the participation of
Claudio Rotta Loria
to Venice 57th Biennale in the occasion of ‘Alberto Biasi, Sara Campesan, Bruno Munari e gli amici di Verifica 8+1’, ongoing from July 28 to October 8 at Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa in Venice.
On July 2oth from 6:00 to 9:00 GR gallery will celebrate the exhibition “Interstellaris”, with a closing event and the presentation of the exhibition catalogue.
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Contemporary Art Fair - Bologna - January 26-30
GR gallery will exhibit at the Contemporary Art Fair ARTEFIERA di Bologna.
January 26-30 2017, quartiere Fieristico di Bologna, entrance Ovest Costituzione.
“Main Section”, Booth B69, Hall 25
Carlos Cruz Diez
Julio Le Parc
David R. Prentice
First solo exhibition on Optical and Kinetic artist Sandi Renko at GR gallery – Italy. Viale Zancanaro 44 – 33077 Sacile PN
Opening on December 17 2016 and running until February 10 2017 this show is featuring 40 Artworks from the late 60’s till nowadays.
Renko’s modus operandi is usually to set up a work surface of corrugated cardboard that has been treated with acrylic colors, using solid geometric structures with seemingly elementary patterns based on a cube motif. The modular development of space is treated with methodological rigor, offering the viewer variable sequences that are reduced to essential visual elements, where vertical lines, legible from several angles, bring life to the images.
The works of Sandi Renko use simple lines that vary in length and thickness, creating volumetric effects that take on kinesthetic characteristics when observed from different viewpoints. As happens in nature, the subjects become modulated phenomena of geometric structures that change according to elementary patterns. Adhering to the neo-avante-garde spirit that developed in Italy in the 1960s, Sandi Renki elaborates his personal visual and architectural lexicon, experimenting with perceptive and multisensory variables, and diversifying light effects.
Arte Padova - 2016
Contemporary Art Fair in Padua - Italy
GR gallery is proud to announce its participation to the 27th Edition of Arte Padova – 2016
Booth 196 – Pav. 7
Via Niccolò Tommaseo ENTRANCE TO PAV. 7 and 1
Park Nord Via Rismondo, Gate L: ENTRANCE TO PAV. 8
November 11 – 13 10.00 to 8.00
Monday Nov. 14 – 10.00 to 1.00
November 10 6:00 to 9:00
Berliner Liste 2016 - Contemporary Art Fair
15 - 18 Sept 2016, Kraftwerk, Köpenicker Straße 70, Berlin
GR gallery is pleased to announce its participation to Berliner Liste Art Fair.
We will be located at booth G25, with an exhibition project dedicated to artists Tommaso Bet, Marcello De Angelis, Mara Fabbro and Pierluigi Slis.
Exhibition Venue: Kraftwerk Berlin, Köpenicker Straße 70, 10179 Berlin
Exhibition dates and Opening Hours: Thursday, September 15th to Sunday, September 18th, 2016
Opening: Wednesday, September 14th 2016, 6 pm. Thursday – Saturday: 1 pm to 9 pm
Sunday, September 18th: 11 am to 7 pm
Harmony Runs On A Thread
New York, 7/12/16 – GR gallery is pleased to present “Emilio Cavallini: Harmony Runs On A Thread”, artist Emilio Cavallini’s first solo show at GR gallery. Given the artist’s fame as an innovator in fashion design, the exhibition will start on September 8 2016 in conjunction with the beginning of New York Fashion Week. Spanning over three decades of his career, the retrospective will feature twenty-five of his works, including his best known series Attuale-Infinito, Biforcazioni, Frattali and Diagrammi.
The exhibition is curated by GR gallery’s founder Giovanni Granzotto and its director, Alberto Pasini. The exhibition’s fully illustrated catalogue presents an essay by Giovanni Granzotto.
Throughout his creatively innovative career, Emilio Cavallini has seamlessly weaved fashion and fine art together, two worlds that have in turn benefitted greatly from his contributions. Beginning in 1970 with his founding of Stilnovo, a fashion company that has made a lasting effect on the textile industry, Cavallini unleashed his creative expression with thread, printed fabrics, and textiles through his art as well as through his journey in the fashion world.
Only a few years ago in 2010, Emilio decided to dedicate himself solely to his art.
In February 2011, at the Triennale Expo in Milan, Emilio showed his work to the public for the first time.
Cavallini comments: “At the age of sixty, the time had come to make up lost time (let me be clear: I never waste my time but during the years of the great “tra la la” with fashion, I had limited it, circumscribed it within the sphere of pure family and entrepreneurial duty).”
Cavallini’s artwork is characterized by free experimentation under the influence of op and kinetic art, abstract constructivism, and spatialism. His thread and fabrics are the uniting force of his artistic output. Through his use of unconventional materials (designed and produced by the artist throughout the years) like thread over a mannequin leg and yarn spools, he journeys to discover relationships between chaos/disorder and organization and placement. In his own words, “I was breaking down barriers, going beyond the limits of censorship.” His geometric patterns (squares, circles, rectangles, dots, lines, etc.) accurately present as though put together through precise calculations in a process of experimentation and organized disorder. The combination of brilliant colors, dizzying patterns, and repetitive rhythm almost paradoxically create great unity. With thread and printed fabric stretched over yarn spools in complex arrangements, we are struck not only by intricate designs and shapes but also by the beautiful tension of thread, a subtle force that comes through in all his works. His art is rife with metaphors of weaving, pushing, and pulling- the literal weaving of thread and the conceptual weaving of art and design. His rhythmic push and pull of fabric not only catches but holds the eye.
Opening reception: Thursday September 8, 2016, 6:00pm 9:00pm
(Exhibition Dates: September 8 – October 9, 2016)
Last Chance "Franco Costalonga: Revolution" at GR gallery
New York, 7/11/2016 – LAST CHANCE -GR gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of the Italian artist and kinetic and op art innovator Franco Costalonga. On view, thirty of his works from the Seventies until today, including his best known series “Oggetti Cromocinetici”, “Riflex”, “Gradienti di Luminosità” and “Mokubi”. The exhibition will focus on the artist’s most kinetic works, powered by motors and illuminated by light bulbs, such as “Riflex” and “Oggetti Cromocinetici”.
(Exhibition Dates: May 27– July 17, 2016)
About the artist: Franco Costalonga (b.Venice, 1933). In 1965 he joined the Dialettica delle Tendenze group and started employing different materials in the attempt to create new surfaces that could generate three-dimensional forms. His research brought him to Bruno Munari‘s Sette-Veneto group (linked to Brescia’s Centro Operativo Sincron). Costalonga was thus able to thoroughly develop his interest in kinetic and visual effects. In 1969 Peggy Guggenheim acquired for her collection Costalonga’s work Sphere, made of Perspex and chromium metal. The artist has been the recipient of many awards for his work in the fields of furnishings and design and has taken part in many national and international art shows among which: the 1966 Quadriennale of Rome, the itinerant exhibition of The Arts Council of Great Britain, the 1970 Venice Biennale, the exhibition Grands et Jeunes d’aujourd’hui – Art cinetique Peinture-Sculpture at the Grand Palais of Paris in 1972, the Internationale Kunstmesse-Art5, Base in1974l. In 1978 he founded the group Verifica 8+1, focusing on concrete and structural art. In the 1980s and 1990s he took part in several Venice Biennales. The artist currently lives in Venice.
About GR gallery:
Founded in the mid-seventies by Italian art critic Giovanni Granzotto in Sacile, Italy, Studio d’Arte GR has been specializing in Kinetic, Op and Programmed Art; its US branch, GR gallery, continues its mission in North America.
Visitor Information: Tue- Sat 12:00pm – 7:00pm;
Contact/ Press enquiries: Eva Zanardi at GR gallery firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: Franco Costalonga “Lente Cromocinetica” , 1970, ø 100 cm, 39.37 in.
The Solo Project, Contemporary Art Fair, Basel 13 - 18
Alberto Biasi - Jorrit Tornquist
GR gallery is pleased to announce its participation to The Solo Project Art Fair.
Presenting the work of artist Alberto Biasi and Jorrit Tornquist in booth A 20
Preview: Mon, June 13, 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm
Public vernissage: Mon, June 13, 3.00 to 7.00 pm
Tue, June 14 to Sat, June 18, 2016, 10.00 am to 8.00 pm
Dreispitzhalle, Helsinki-Strasse 5, Basel/Münchenstein (Dreispitz-Areal)
e altre geometrie del colore
Group exhibition running from February 6 to April 3 in Museum of Villa Brandolini, located at Piazza Libertà n. 7, Pieve di Soligo, Italy. The show is focused on artist Jorrit Tornquist and displays 40 artworks from the early sixties to nowadays. Furthermore the exhibition shows works from 6 other artists that dedicated their research to the color: Josef Albers, Max Bill, Hugo Demarco, Kuno Gonschior, Ulrich Erben and Marco Casentini
Marcello De Angelis - Claudio Rotta Loria
Marcello De Angelis and Claudio Rotta Loria “double” personal exhibition, opening on the 12 of December and running through February 6 2016 at Studio d’Arte Gr, Viale Zancanaro 44 – Sacile – Italy
Curated by Giovanno Granzotto and Alberto Pasini the exhibitions displays over 40 artworks, from the late ’60s to nowadays; it is mainly focused on the latest production of Marcello de Angelis and on the series superfici ad interferenza luminosa and spazializzazioni di forme elementari by Claudio Rotta Loria catalogue available at the gallery
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Franco Costalonga solo exhibition, opening on the 13 of September and running through November 15 at Studio d’Arte Gr, Viale Zancanaro 44 – Sacile – Italy
Curated by Giovanno Granzotto the show displays 32 artworks from the late ’60s to nowadays, including the most representative series of the artist: Oggetti Cromocinetici, Oggetti Quadro and Riflex, focusing on the “Boîtes”, artworks animated by engine and light.
catalogue available at the gallery
the orphic series
August 23 – September 20, the exhibition takes place in the refined Museum of Villa Brandolini, Piazza libertà 7, Pieve di Soligo – Italy. Curated by Giovanni Granzotto and Alberto Pasini, catalogue edited by Vianello Publishing. Opening event: August 22nd at 6:30 pm.
This show put together about 40 artworks among paintings and installations. The exhibition is divided into three parts , each one displays a different series of artworks brought on by Tommaso Bet from 2008 till nowadays. The first one exhibits a series of portraits, the second a group of creative contamination of immaginary animals and post industrial machinery, and the third one a series of semi-abstract paintings nicknamed “Landscapes”.
NADIA COSTANTINI - RINO SERNAGLIA
the perfection of light
This exhibition, held at Gr Gallery Italy, put on show over 40 artworks among paintings, sculptures and installation, conceived by historical optical artists Nadia Costantini and Rino Sernaglia. What brings together the creativity of these artists is a particular research based on the unicity of the light. The viewer will have the chance to admire two different ways to interpret artistically the light .
ALBERTO BIASI and JORRIT TORNQUIST
MAC, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago de Chile
March 19 – May 31