Events & Projects
Matteo Giampaglia exclusively for Flair, one of a kind contemporary sculptural art combining natural and synthetic elements such as recycled layered paper, acrylics, plaster and PVC, each piece created with unique compositions, texture and depth.
Monica Gasperini for Flair introduces ‘‘LaRoue’’ and ‘‘LeMoulinet’’ one of a kind sculptural cabinets. Each piece presents bold geometric forms and colours using materials such as high gloss lacquers, vintage fabrics selected by Flair, suede and brass details.
Contemporary skateboard exhibition by Paolo Brenzini, Jean Blanchaert, Marco Petrus, Stefano Cerioli only to mention a few artists
New exhibition of skateboards 2019 at Via Brera 2 Milano
20th and 21st century italian design collection showing at Via della Spiga 32 Milano
From June 20 to September 21, 2019 Dep Art Gallery in Milan (Via Comelico 40) hosts a solo show by Pino Pinelli (Catania, 1938) who presents a series of works made between 1973 and 1976, a time when the artist devoted himself to exploring themes related to monochromes and the potentials of color. The exhibition, titled Pino Pinelli. Monochrome (1973-1976) Color as Destiny and as Prophecy , curated by Francesco Tedeschi, presents 13 works, including diptychs, triptychs, and a polyptych, based on the use of primary colors and in some cases complementary ones, and a critical interpretation of the shape-painting, that is, bypassing the picture’s limit, intended as the canvas and stretcher, as a whole. These works already indicate what would become his practice, the “breakup of the painting” and subsequently its “dissemination,” both from 1976. A monograph (Dep Art Gallery), edited by Francesco Tedeschi, accompanies the exhibition and catalogues a part of the works Pinelli made during those years.
Contemporary Fine art collection at Ludwigstraße 7, Munich Germany
Sponsored by ArtOrigo ™ Jeremiah Brent, Nate Berkus, Whitney Robinson, Steven Gambrel Photo credit : Matteo Prandoni/BFA.com
Lichterloh Kunsthandel - selection of Mid Century treasures by Dagmar Moser owner of the Gallery