28th October 2022 – January 2023
We are pleased to present “Tutti Pazzi,” a solo exhibition of American artist Cali Dewitt. This show marks Dewitt’s first collaboration with the gallery. The works designed specifically for the spaces of Noire Gallery, reflect an apocalyptic mood that is something that has become very real in today’s world. A world that looks more and more like his dystopian collages.
In an open letter published earlier this week, Shirin Neshat, Ali Abassi and Bahman Ghodabi invited people around the world to further echo the rallying cries of Iranians for freedom. WOMAN LIFE FREEDOM serves as a strong and symbolic accompaniment to the slogan being voiced across Iran. A time limited edition print by Neshat is available to purchase on Circa.art with 50% of the proceeds being donated to Human Rights Watch
Throughout the twelve Sale delle Arti exhibition rooms, digital canvases by great video game masters interact with renowned masterpieces from the past and the present, encouraging us to reflect on the new aesthetics, cultures, languages, policies and economies of the 21st century. Amongst the many masters exhibited, featuring the show are also AES+F with Warriors 1 and 3.
.ЯƎ is an exhibition by the Federico II Foundation which aims to open the doors, in the virtual age, to reflections on “real reality” for a collective rebirth. SIXTEEN artists, SIXTEEN different cultural personalities of contemporary art who, from the 1960s to today, have become interpreters of our era. The exhibition through October 31 features Alberto Burri, Saint Clair Cemin, Tony Cragg, Zhang Hong Mei, Anselm Kiefer, Jeff Koons, Sol LeWitt, Emil Lukas, Mimmo Paladino, Claudio Parmiggiani, Giuseppe Penone, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Tania Pistone, Andres Serrano, Ai Wewei e Gilberto Zorio.
DAN GRAHAM x NOIRE EDITION
We would like to remember Dan Graham, best known for his integral role in beginnings of Conceptual Art during the 1960s. Incorporating writing, photography, and performance, Graham employs the aesthetics of music magazines, suburban houses, corporate offices, and malls, as a means to introduce subversive ideas into people’s daily lives.
After several “standard” basketball courts, Truly has brought their experimentation forward conceiving a deconstructed and metaphysical court.
Layup is a 360° contamination between basketball and anamorphosis which goes beyond the sole floor, involving walls and furnishings. A project in collaboration with Adidas Originals and Footlocker.
The title refers to the disappearance of the ‘real body’ in favor of the ‘body of the spectacle’: from the Glorified Body – the body of awareness, of rebellion, of otherness – to the Contemporary Body – intended on the one hand as the body of our spectacle-based society, and on the other in its most poetic forms of exodus, of work, of the silent multitude.
NOIRE GALLERY @ ARTISSIMA 2021
We are pleased to present our brand new concept – Back to the New School, which will be showcased for the first time at our booth in Artissima. Come visit us at White 13/Purple 14
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.
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”