Rehang: Archives
March 3 – July 28, 2019

Chantal Joffe, Moll with the Cat, 2014 © the artist / Photo Dario Lasagni

For the first time since the opening of Collezione Maramotti in October 2007, ten rooms on the second floor of the permanent display will be rehung to present some of the projects shown during the first ten years of activity: Enoc Perez (2008), Gert & Uwe Tobias (2009), Jacob Kassay (2010), Krištof Kintera (2017), Jules de Balincourt (2012), Alessandro Pessoli (2011), Evgeny Antufiev (2013), Thomas Scheibitz (2011), Chantal Joffe (2014), Alessandra Ariatti (2014).

 

Chantal Joffe, Left: Magenta Cardigan, 2014 / Right: Bumptious Mansions, 2014, © the artist, Photo Dario Lasagni

Alessandro Pessoli, Testa farfalla su matrice locomotiva, 2011, © the artist / Photo Fredrik Nilsen

Evgeny Antufiev, Left: Untitled, 2012, Right: Untitled, 2012, © and Photo Evgeny Antufiev

Presented in a series of small solo exhibitions, the projects offer an overview, albeit partial, of the sustained work conducted by the Collezione to support Italian and international artists in a pivotal moment of their artistic research, by inviting them to create a new body of works to be displayed and, subsequently, to enter the collection.

 

Alessandra Ariatti, Vilma e Gianfranca, © the artist, Photo Dario Lasagni

Gert & Uwe Tobias, Left: Ohne Titel, 2009, Right: Ohne Titel, 2009, © the artists, Photo Alistair Overbruck

Enoc Perez, Casa Malaparte (Night), 2008 © the artist Photo Carlo Vannini

The new exhibition itinerary reflects an interest in the evolution of the pictorial language, an attention to new forms of expression and in questioning the status quo of the artwork, while striving to offer a vision through which future trends can be acknowledged.

 

Jules de Balincourt, Psychedelic Soldier, 2012, © the artist, Photo Joseph Desler Costa

Jules de Balincourt, Waiting Tree, 2012, © the artist, Photo Joseph Desler Costa

Jacob Kassay, Left: Untitled, 2009, © the artist, Photo Dario Lasagni, Right: Untitled, 2009, © the artist, Photo Ron Amstutz

Krištof Kintera, Systemus Postnaturalis, 2016, detail, © the artist, Photo Dario Lasagni

Thomas Scheibitz, ECLECTICA, 2009, © the artist, Photo Jens Ziehe

Thomas Scheibitz, VT Bühne, 2010, © the artist, Photo Jens Ziehe

The rehang – which is also a moment of reflection on the Collezione and its development – is accompanied by a temporary exhibition on the ground-floor, presenting documents, books and works from the Collezione’s archives and library, living places of knowledge and in-depth study. Through relevant examples, these materials highlight the vitality of the creative process of artworks and the connections between the various groups of elements that form the collection.

 

Rehang: Archives
March 3 – July 28, 2019 / Collezione Maramotti
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