Mucho Mas!
Artist-run Space / Turin

Mucho Mas! is an artist-run space in Turin, founded by Luca Vianello and Silvia Mangosio. Mucho Mas! exhibits emerging Italian and international artists, who undertake research into the role of the contemporary image. The aim of the gallery, together with artists and gallery founders is to exhibit a broad, transversal and critical view on how photography and its profound significance is changing today and how it has lost some of its original connotations, yet contextually it has acquired others that are much more pervasive.

Luca Vianello was born in 1990 in north west Italy. At the age of 18 he finished the Art institute “Pinot Gallizio”. After the high school he won the scholarship of the European Institute of Design. While studying he worked as a photography assistant. He graduated cum laude in 2012. After the degree he becomes collaborator of the collective Cesura and assistant of Alex Majoli, Magnum Photo Photographer. Until august 2015 he has devoted himself in the archive arrangement, printing and post-production of Alex Majoli’s work. In the beginning of 2018 he set up Mucho Mas! Artist Run Space. He’s working as a freelance and continuing his research in Turin.

Silvia Mangosio was born in Italy, in 1988. After studying photography and anthropology in Turin, she joined a master class at Fondazione Fotografia in Modena, where she developed a project titled Memoriamatic, that won the second prize of the Premio Cassa di Risparmio. She took part to several collective exhibitions and residencies. In 2013 and 2016 she was shortlisted for the exhibition of Premio Francesco Fabbri per le Arti Contemporanee. In 2018 she has exhibited her new project Chronotope in the collective exhibition Memories at Phos, Turin. She actually lives and works in Turin.

Alexander Gehring

Angelo Vignali, How to Raise a Hand / Installation view. Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Achille Filipponi / Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Luca Baioni

Alice Faloretti, Soglie / Images by Silvia Mangosio & Luca Vianello

Massimiliano Tommaso Rezza, Epicentro (Psalm)

Eva Kreuger, Exploring The Living Studio / Installation view. Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Michele Sibiloni

Alexander Binder, Medium. Meditation. Modularität./ Installation view. Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Giulia Parlato, Diachronicles

Camille Lévêque / Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio
Alexander Gehring
Mucho Mas!
Artist-run Space / Turin

Mucho Mas! is an artist-run space in Turin, founded by Luca Vianello and Silvia Mangosio. Mucho Mas! exhibits emerging Italian and international artists, who undertake research into the role of the contemporary image. The aim of the gallery, together with artists and gallery founders is to exhibit a broad, transversal and critical view on how photography and its profound significance is changing today and how it has lost some of its original connotations, yet contextually it has acquired others that are much more pervasive.

Luca Vianello was born in 1990 in north west Italy. At the age of 18 he finished the Art institute “Pinot Gallizio”. After the high school he won the scholarship of the European Institute of Design. While studying he worked as a photography assistant. He graduated cum laude in 2012. After the degree he becomes collaborator of the collective Cesura and assistant of Alex Majoli, Magnum Photo Photographer. Until august 2015 he has devoted himself in the archive arrangement, printing and post-production of Alex Majoli’s work. In the beginning of 2018 he set up Mucho Mas! Artist Run Space. He’s working as a freelance and continuing his research in Turin.

Silvia Mangosio was born in Italy, in 1988. After studying photography and anthropology in Turin, she joined a master class at Fondazione Fotografia in Modena, where she developed a project titled Memoriamatic, that won the second prize of the Premio Cassa di Risparmio. She took part to several collective exhibitions and residencies. In 2013 and 2016 she was shortlisted for the exhibition of Premio Francesco Fabbri per le Arti Contemporanee. In 2018 she has exhibited her new project Chronotope in the collective exhibition Memories at Phos, Turin. She actually lives and works in Turin.

Angelo Vignali, How to Raise a Hand / Installation view. Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Achille Filipponi / Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Luca Baioni

Alice Faloretti, Soglie / Images by Silvia Mangosio & Luca Vianello

Massimiliano Tommaso Rezza, Epicentro (Psalm)

Eva Kreuger, Exploring The Living Studio / Installation view. Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Michele Sibiloni

Alexander Binder, Medium. Meditation. Modularität./ Installation view. Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio

Giulia Parlato, Diachronicles

Camille Lévêque / Images by Luca Vianello & Silvia Mangosio
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