We are pleased to present our latest artist book by Sarah Morris – War of Roses.
The phrase “War of Roses” refers to a series of fifteenth-century English civil wars for control of the throne of England, a 1989 Hollywood film, the title of a large-scale “Sound Graph” painting by Morris, and a phrase spoken by Kluge to Morris in explaining the contradictory nature of love itself.
Curated by Giulia Theodoli
We are to pleased to announce the solo exhibition of American artist Mel Bochner, in coincidence with the presentation of his artist book Language Is Not Transparent (Noire Edition, 2020). This show marks Bochner’s second collaboration with the gallery, which begun in 2019 with a site-specific installation in the Noire Chapel in San Sebastiano.
MAGAZZINO ITALIAN ART – MEL BOCHNER IN CONVERSATION WITH TENLEY BICK & LANGUAGE IS NOT TRANSPARENT (BABBLE) BOOK LAUNCH
On friday January 29 2021, Mel Bochner was in conversation with art historian and former Magazzino Scholar-in-Residence Tenley Bick (Assistant Professor of Global Contemporary Art, Florida State University) as they discussed the “odd resonances” Bochner found between his work, American art, and Italian art of the 1960s and 1970s that are captured in Bochner, Boetti, Fontana as well as Bochner’s new artist book Language Is Not Transparent (Babble), Noireditore, 2020.
“Promemoria” the latest artist book by Giulio Paolini produced by Noire Edition features in his latest exhibition at Castello di Rivoli “Le Chef-d’oeuvre inconnu”. A personal retrospective, closely developped with the artist, aimed at showcasing an original walk-through on more than sixty years of Paolini’s work.
This fall, Magazzino Italian Art opens a special exhibition examining the formal, conceptual, and procedural affinities in the work of Mel Bochner, Alighiero Boetti, and Lucio Fontana. Curated by Bochner in collaboration with Magazzino, the exhibition marks the first presentation to consider the American artist’s extensive, yet overlooked, engagement with the practices of Fontana and Boetti, as well as with Italian art at large.
“BODY OF TRUTH” A DOCUMENTATRY ABOUT 4 WOMEN ARTISTS INLCUDING SHIRIN NESHAT IS NOW OUT IN THEATRES IN GERMANY
Artists Marina Abramovic, Sigalit Landau, Shirin Neshat & Katharina Sieverding have been politicized by experiences with war, violence and suppression and integrated them into their work, using the most personal feature available: their own bodies. The film accompanies them on an emotional journey, reexperiencing the conflicts that have shaped their consciousness.
Tang Contemporary Art presents What Came to Pass, an exhibition for artists group AES+F, at Tang Contemporary Art’s 1st Gallery Space in Beijing on May 20, 2020. For their first solo exhibition in China in a decade, titled What Came to Pass, the artists present two projects consisting of large scale video installations and digital collages—Allegoria Sacra (2011-2013) and Inverso Mundus (2015-2017).
PUSH THE LIMITS is a project that investigates how art takes itself to the limit to move the horizon of thinking, perception and speech ever further in order to introduce new elements; to say yes or no when “normality” falters; to highlight what is proposed in the present and to prevent a situation of merely treading water.
Element is pleased to present Social Boom, Woc’s latest exhibition project, created for the gallery spaces and on show through July 14, 2020, vistable by appointment.
In an effort to help contain the situation and prioritizing the safety of our staff, artists and local community, Noire Gallery will temporarily close and suspend operations at our location in Tokyo.
We will continue to evaluate the situation as it develops and communicate further updates as the situation changes.
LITERARY PHARMACY & TWO BOOKS
MEDITATION ON THE THEOREM OF PYTHAGORAS
Noire Gallery is delighted to announce the collaboration with American artist Mel Bochner with the site-specific project Meditation on the Theorem of Pythagoras (1972-1991) which will be presented at the Chapel of San Sebastiano, a location that represents the artistic tradition of Noire Gallery.
24 OCTOBER 2019 – 31 JANUARY 2020
We are delighted to announce the second solo show by David Tremlett at Noire Gallery, displaying sixty-three works by the artist, realised with colourful pastels, illuminating and filling the gallery walls with colour, so reinterpreting the space.
SO INDOLENT SO SNEAKY
24 OCTOBER 2019 – 31 JANUARY 2020
Element is pleased to announce “So indolent so sneaky”, a two-person show featuring works by Swiss artist Valentin Carron and Tokyo-based Norwegian artist Gardar Eide Einarsson, curated by Domenico de Chirico.
Carte Noire documents the intense publishing work by Noire Edition: refined artist books, drawings and manifold prints.
Paolo Icaro opens the expositive season in Turin with two shows: a major retrospective at the GAM-Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea and SCOSE (UNTHINGS), a solo exhibition specifically realised for the Noire Gallery spaces.
LEONARDO MOSSO & BRH+
Noire Edition, always focused on the interdisciplinary nature that characterizes the contemporary culture and on enhancing the territory, is pleased to host in its venue in Via Piossasco, ALFABETA – Strutture-Scritture: Spazio Tempo Architettura.
OPEN SPACE FOR RELAIS SAN MAURIZIO
On occasion of the 400 years of Relais San Maurizio, British Artist David Tremlett created the site-specific project “Wall Drawing in Pastel for Open Space San Maurizio”
After over forty years of friendship and professional collaborations between Giulio Paolini and Marco Noire, the artist presents his latest book Promemoria (2017) at Noire Gallery, together with a selection of works purposefully selected for the exhibition.
Inspired by a multidisciplinary research on the artefacts that compose the surrounding world and using pre-existing and imaginary stories, Neelova’s installations are often made out of architectural elements taken from everyday places.
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