Société Interludio
Turin, Italy

Société Interludio a contemporary art space located in the heart of Turin, Italy, by Stefania Margiacchi and Paul De Flers.

With a feel of a private flat with its venetian floor and its courtyard, it is our wish to keep this intimate and familiar approach so as to create a parenthesis, an art interval open to the public every day on appointment.

Our program is three exhibitions per year, with a duration of three months each. The aim is to create deeper connections with the artists with the space, allowing them to work site specifically.

We are mainly focused on young artists who can grow with us and create dialogues in order to make Société Interludio a living art space.

Giulio Saverio Rossi / Paolo Inverni

Giulio Saverio Rossi

Paolo Inverni / Sophie Ko

Giulio Saverio Rossi

Paolo Inverni

Sophie Ko

Paolo Inverni
Giulio Saverio Rossi / Paolo Inverni
Société Interludio
Turin, Italy

Société Interludio a contemporary art space located in the heart of Turin, Italy, by Stefania Margiacchi and Paul De Flers.

With a feel of a private flat with its venetian floor and its courtyard, it is our wish to keep this intimate and familiar approach so as to create a parenthesis, an art interval open to the public every day on appointment.

Our program is three exhibitions per year, with a duration of three months each. The aim is to create deeper connections with the artists with the space, allowing them to work site specifically.

We are mainly focused on young artists who can grow with us and create dialogues in order to make Société Interludio a living art space.

Giulio Saverio Rossi

Paolo Inverni / Sophie Ko

Giulio Saverio Rossi

Paolo Inverni

Sophie Ko

Paolo Inverni
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