Prometeogallery di Ida Pisani
Prometeogallery by Ida Pisani moves to Miami and opens Passing, a collective and temporary exhibition that gives structure to an anthropology of different generations and cultural contexts with: Maria José Arjona, Filippo Berta, Fabrizio Cotognini, Regina José Galindo, Omar Hassan, Hiwa K, Iva Lulashi, Edson Luli, Maria Evelia Marmolejo, Ruben Montini, Rosanna Rossi, Dim Sampaio, Mario Santizo, Santiago Sierra, Giuseppe Stampone, Nina Surel, Driant Zeneli and Mary Zygouri.
Opening 14.11.2019 at 7.00 pm
15.11.2019 - 10.01.2020
Milano: Via G. Ventura 6
ARCADIA E APOCALISSE
Italian landscapes in 150 years of art, photography, video and installations
8 December 2019 | 26 April 2020
Concept and curated by Daniela Fonti and Filippo Bacci di Capaci
Promoted by the Pontedera Cultural Foundation, the Municipality of Pontedera, the Pisa Foundation, with the patronage and contribution of the Tuscany Region. The exhibition, which will continue until April 26, 2020, aims to investigate the way in which the landscape was perceived and represented artistically from 1850 to the present day, highlighting the changes in the field of aesthetics and of representative codes and at the same time trying to raise awareness among visitors about environmental degradation.
PALP Palazzo Pretorio Pontedera
8 December 2019 – 26 April 2020
23.11.2019 | Casa Blu Olivetti
Ivrea, Turin | 10 - 20
Starting from the collaboration between two archives, different but complementary, that preserve two collections related to video art (Careof) and to corporate cinema (Archivio Nazionale Cinema Impresa), BEYOND ARCHIVE, curated by Martina Angelotti, was born with the intent to develop a social, political and cultural research. It investigates the modernist utopia from multifaceted perspectives, starting from the industrial heritage left by the figure of Adriano Olivetti.
New artistic productions, an exhibition and an international conference.
6 November – 8 December 2019
ÜBERMAUER, THE EXHIBITION
curated by Merz Foundation
This takes the form of an exhibition project spread throughout the city of Palermo bringing together historical and unpublished works by established international artists like Shilpa Gupta, Alfredo Jaar, Emily Jacir, Zena el Khalil, Shirin Neshat, Damián Ortega, Michal Rovner, Driant Zeneli.,