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16th ART QUADRIENNALE

Altri tempi, altri miti

Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy

13 October 2016 ‒ 8 January 2017

The Art Quadriennale is the only institutional exhibition devoted to contemporary Italian art.After eight years it is back at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome with the title Altri tempi, altri miti [Other times, other myths].

This year’s exhibition aims to map out contemporary visual arts in Italy and is promoted and organized by the Fondazione La Quadriennale di Roma and the Azienda Speciale Palaexpo. It will feature ten exhibition sections developed by eleven curators and ninety-nine artists, with one hundred and fifty artworks produced especially for the event or of recent production.

It enjoys the support of the Minister for Cultural Assets and Activities, Dario Franceschini, and has been renewed by the Chairman of the Fondazione La Quadriennale di Roma, Franco Bernabè. For the first time this year the curators were selected by an external interdisciplinary panel on the basis of a call for projects: Simone Ciglia and Luigia Lonardelli, Michele D’Aurizio, Luigi Fassi, Simone Frangi, Luca Lo Pinto, Matteo Lucchetti, Marta Papini, Cristiana Perrella, Domenico Quaranta, Denis Viva. Although they all have different educational and professional backgrounds, they have all influenced the contemporary cultural debate in some way. A programme of fringe events arranged by museums, foundations and private galleries around the capital will unfold alongside the Art Quadriennale.

The title draws inspiration from the collection Un weekend postmoderno. Cronache dagli anni Ottanta by the writer Pier Vittorio Tondelli (1955‒91), deemed to be a cult work, which offers a fragmented narrative of Italy through a dizzying sarabande of journeys around the peninsula. Similarly, the 16th Quadriennale is conceived as a changing map of artistic and cultural production in contemporary Italy and is divided into ten exhibition sections, each entrusted to a different curator (or two curators in one case) and each exploring a specific theme, method, approach or genealogy that connotes the art projects.

In I would prefer not to/Preferirei di no, Simone Ciglia and Luigia Lonardelli present a selection of artists who illustrate a widespread approach to art today, which can be traced back to a withdrawal and a resistance to codes of  identification. With Ehi, voi!, Michele D’Aurizio presents portrait art as a language that can be used to explore the most recent events in our art because of its ability to convey a combination of the individual and social sphere. Luigi Fassi presents La democrazia in America, inviting us to examine certain aspects of contemporary Italian history by re-reading the thoughts of Tocqueville. In Orestiade italiana  Simone Frangi turns his eye to the cultural, political and economic aspects of Italy, with an analogical and choral rewriting of certain parts of a film by Pasolini. Luca Lo Pinto probes the subjects of time, identity and memory in A occhi chiusi, gli occhi sono straordinariamente aperti interpreting them in constant metamorphosis within the relationship between the individual and society. In De Rerum  Rurale Matteo Lucchetti focuses on rurality as a real and speculative space in which to describe and reimagine the system of relationships between the natural and man-made environment, even in its historic depth. Marta Papini proposes an installation in progress in Lo stato delle cose  in which the rotation of highly diverse artists establishes a dialectic space between the individual studies and between them and the public. In La seconda volta Cristiana Perrella identifies a group of artists brought together by an interest in the use of materials packed with past histories, which they reinterpret in unexpected combinations, in keeping with an ethos of transformation. In Cyphoria Domenico Quaranta analyses the impact of digital media on various aspects of life, experience, imagination and story-telling. Lastly, in Periferiche  Denis Viva identifies polycentrism as an original structural condition of the Italian territory, which also permeates our visual culture.

The 16th Quadriennale marks the start of a new form of public-private collaboration, building partnerships based on specific ad hoc projects.

 

16th Art quadriennale Exhibition sections

I Would Prefer Not to / Preferirei di no
Esercizi di sottrazione nell’ultima arte italiana
Curated by Simone Ciglia and Luigia Lonardelli

ARTISTS
Mario Airò
(Born in Pavia in 1961. Lives and works in Milan)
Rosa Barba
(Born in Agrigento in 1972. Lives and works in Berlin)
Massimo Bartolini
(Born in Cecina, Livorno,in 1962. Lives and works in Cecina)
Gianfranco Baruchello
(Born in Livorno in 1924. Lives and works in Roma and Paris)
Claire Fontaine
(A Paris-based collective founded in 2004)
Matteo Fato
(Born in Pescara in 1979. Lives and works in Pescara)
Anna Franceschini
(Born in Pavia in 1979. Lives and works in Milan)
Chiara Fumai
(Born in Rome in 1978. Lives and works in Milan)
Invernomuto
(Group founded in 2003 by Simone Bertuzzi, born in Piacenza in 1983, and Simone Trabucchi, born in Piacenza in 1982. Live and work in Milan and Vernasca)
Cesare Pietroiusti
(Born in Rome in 1955. Lives and works in Rome)
Nicola Samorì
(Born in Forlì in 1977. Lives and works in Bagnacavallo)
Luca Trevisani
(Born in Verona in 1979. Lives and works in Berlin)
Luca Vitone
(Born in Genoa in 1964. Lives and works in Berlin)


Ehi, voi!
Curated by Michele D’Aurizio

ARTISTS
Alessandro Agudio
(Born in Milano in 1982. Lives in Milan)
Francesco Cagnin
(Born in Zero Branco, Treviso, in 1988. Lives in Losanna)
Costanza Candeloro
(Born in Bologna in 1990. Lives in Geneva)
DER Sabina (Sabina Grasso)
(Born in Genoa in 1975. Lives in Milan)
Gasconade
(founded in 2011 in Milan)
Alberto Garutti
(Born in Galbiate, Lecco, in 1948. Lives in Milan)
Massimo Grimaldi
(Born in Taranto in 1974. Lives in Milan)
Dario Guccio
(Born in Milan in 1988. Lives in Milan)
Corrado Levi
(Born in Turin in 1936. Lives in Milan)
Marcello Maloberti
(Born in Codogno, Lodi, in 1966. Lives in Milan)
Michele Manfellotto
(Born in Rome in 1977. Lives in Rome)
Beatrice Marchi
(Born in Gallarate, Varese in 1986. Lives in Hamburg)
Diego Marcon
(Born in Busto Arsizio, Varese in 1985. Lives in Milan)
Momentum
(founded in 2015 in Milan)
Francesco Nazardo
(Born in Milan in 1985. Lives in Milan)
Giulia Piscitelli
(Born in Naples in 1965. Lives in Naples)
Carol Rama
(Turin, 1918-2015)
Andrea Romano
(Born in Milan in 1984. Lives in Milan)
Davide Stucchi
(Born in Milan in 1988. Lives in Milan)
Patrick Tuttofuoco
(Born in Milan in 1974. Lives in Berlin)
Francesco Vezzoli
(Born in Brescia in 1971. Lives in Milan)
Italo Zuffi
(Born in Imola, Bologna in 1969. Lives in Milan)


La democrazia in America
Curated by Luigi Fassi

ARTISTS
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck
(Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1972. Lives and works in Berlin).
Nicolò Degiorgis
(Born in Bozen in 1985. Lives and works in Bozen)
Gianluca and Massimiliano De Serio
(Born in Turin in 1978. Live and work in Turin)
Adelita Husni-Bey
(Born in Milan in 1985. Lives and works in New York).
Renato Leotta
(Born in Turin in 1982. Lives and works in Turin)


Orestiade italiana
Curated by Simone Frangi

ARTISTS
Riccardo Arena
(Born in Milan in 1979. Lives and works in Milan)
Blauer Hase
(founded in 2007, Venice)
Danilo Correale
(Born in Naples in 1982. Lives and works in New York)
Curandi Katz on Masako Matsushita
(Valentina Curandi, born in Cattolica, Rimini in 1980; Nathaniel Katz, born in Woodstock (CA) in 1975. Live and work in Düsseldorf)
(Masako Matsushita, born in Pesaro in 1986. Lives and works in Pesaro)
Nicolò Degiorgis
(Born in Bozen in 1985. Lives and works in Bozen)
Alessandra Ferrini
(Born in Bagno a Ripoli, Florence in 1984. Lives and works in London)
Francesco Fonassi
(Born in Brescia in 1986. Lives and works in Brescia)
Invernomuto
(Group founded in 2003 by Simone Bertuzzi, born in Piacenza in 1983, and Simone Trabucchi, born in Piacenza in 1982. Live and work in Milan and Vernasca)
Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo
(Maria Iorio, Born in Lausanne in 1975; Raphaël Cuomo, born in Delémont, Switzerland in 1976. Live and work in Berlin)
Vincenzo Latronico and Armin Linke
(Vincenzo Latronico, born in Rome in 1984. Lives and works in Turin;
Armin Linke, born in Milan in 1966. Lives and works in Berlin)
Giovanni Morbin
(Born in Valdagno, Vicenza in 1956. Lives and works in Cornedo Vicentino)
Giulio Squillacciotti and Camilla Insom
(Giulio Squillacciotti, born in Rome in 1982. Lives and works in Milan; Camilla Insom, born in Rome in 1983. Lives and works in Rome)
Carlo Gabriele Tribbioli and Federico Lodoli
(Carlo Gabriele Tribbioli, born in Rome in 1982. Lives and works in Rome; Federico Lodoli, 1982, lives and works in Paris)
Diego Tonus
(Born in Pordenone in 1984. Lives and works in Amsterdam and London)


A occhi chiusi, gli occhi sono straordinariamente aperti
Curated by Luca Lo Pinto

ARTISTS
Giorgio Andreotta Calò
(Born in Venice in 1979. Lives and works in Venice and Amsterdam
Roberto Cuoghi
(Born in Modena in 1973. Lives and works in Milan)
Rä di Martino
(Born in Rome in 1975. Lives and works in Rome and Turin)
Martino Gamper
(Born in Merano, Bozen in 1971. Lives and works in London)
Nicola Martini
(Born in Florence in 1984. Lives and works in Paris)
Stargate (aka Lorenzo Senni)
(Born in Cesena in 1983. Lives and works in Milan)
Emilio Villa
(Milan, 1914 – Rieti, 2003)


De Rerum Rurale
Curated by Matteo Lucchetti

ARTISTS
Nico Angiuli
(Born in Adelfia, Bari in 1981. Lives and works in Bari and Tirana)
Rossella Biscotti
(Born in Molfetta, Bari in 1978. Lives and works in Amsterdam and Bruxelles)
Beatrice Catanzaro
(Born in San Donato Milanese, Milan in 1975. Lives and works in Milan)
Leone Contini
(Born in Florence in 1976. Lives and works in Tuscany)
Michelangelo Consani
(Born in Livorno, 1971. Lives and works in Castell’Anselmo)
Luigi Coppola
(Born in Lecce in 1972. Lives and works in Bruxelles and in Salento, Apulia)
Danilo Correale
(Born in Naples in 1982. Lives and works in New York)
Riccardo Giacconi with Andrea Morbio
(Born in San Severino Marche, Macerata in 1985. Lives and works in Milan)
(Born in Montichiari, Brescia, in 1984. Lives and works in Paris)
Adelita Husni-Bey
(Born in Milan in 1985. Lives and works in New York)
Marzia Migliora
(Born in Alessandria in 1972. Lives and works in Turin)
Moira Ricci
(Born in Orbetello, Grosseto in 1977. Lives and works in Italy)
Anna Scalfi Eghenter
(Born in Trento in 1965. Lives and works in Trento)
Marinella Senatore
(born in Cava de’Tirreni, Salerno in 1977. Lives and works in Paris and London)
Valentina Vetturi
(born in Reggio Calabria in 1979. Lives and works in Geneva and Bruxelles)


Lo stato delle cose
Curated by Marta Papini

ARTISTS
Yuri Ancarani
(Born in Ravenna, 1972. Lives and works in Milan)
Giorgio Andreotta Calò
(Born in Venice in 1979. Lives and works in Amsterdam and Venice)
Cristian Chironi
(Born in Nuoro in 1974. Lives and works in Italy)
Adelita Husni-Bey
(Born in Milan in 1985. Lives and works in New York)
Elena Mazzi and Sara Tirelli
(Elena Mazzi born in Reggio Emilia in 1984. Lives and works in Venice)
(Sara Tirelli born in Gorizia in 1979. Lives and works in Venice)
Margherita Moscardini
(Born in Donoratico in 1981. Lives in Tuscany)
Alberto Tadiello
(Born in Montecchio Maggiore, Vicenza in 1983. Lives and works in a former bakery at the bottom of the Dolomites)


La seconda volta
Curated by Cristiana Perrella

ARTISTS
Lara Favaretto
(Born in Treviso in 1973. Lives in Turin)
Martino Gamper
(Born in Merano, Bozen in 1971. Lives in London)
Marcello Maloberti
(Born in Codogno, Lodi in 1966. Lives in Milan)
Alek O.
(Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1981. Lives in Milan)
Francesco Vezzoli
(Born in Brescia in 1971. Lives in Milan)


Cyphoria
Curated by Domenico Quaranta

ARTISTS
Alterazioni Video
(Collective founded in Milan in 2004, works in Milan, New York and Berlin. Members: Paololuca Barbieri Marchi, Alberto Caffarelli, Matteo Erenbourg, Andrea Masu, Giacomo Porfiri)
Enrico Boccioletti
(Born in Pesaro in 1984. Lives and works in Milan)
Mara Oscar Cassiani
(Born in Pesaro in 1981. Lives and works in Gradara)
Paolo Cirio
(Born in Turin in 1979. Lives and works in New York)
Roberto Fassone
(Born in Asti in 1986. Lives and works in Asti)
Giovanni Fredi
(Born in Brescia in 1984. Lives and works in Brescia)
Elisa Giardina Papa
(Born in Medicina, Bologna in 1979. Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York)
Kamilia Kard
(Born in Milan in 1981. Lives and works in Milan)
Eva and Franco Mattes
(Born in Brescia in 1976. Live and work in New York)
Simone Monsi
(Born in Fiorenzuola d’Arda, Piacenza in 1988. Lives and works in London)
Quayola
(Born in Rome in 1982. Lives and works in London)
Federico Solmi
(Born in Bologna in 1973. Lives and works in New York)
Marco Strappato
(Born in Porto San Giorgio, Fermo in 1982. Lives and works in London)
Natalia Trejbalova
(Born in Košice, Slovakia in 1989. Lives and works in Milan)


Periferiche
Curated by Denis Viva

ARTISTS
Emanuele Becheri
(Born in Prato in 1973. Lives and works in Vaiano)
Paolo Gioli
(Born in Sarzano, Rovigo in 1942. Lives and works in Lendinara)
Carlo Guaita
(Born in Palermo in 1954. Lives and works in Florence)
Paolo Icaro
(Born in Turin in 1936. Lives and works in Tavullia)
Christiane Löhr
(Born in Wiesbaden in 1965. Lives and works in Vernio and Cologne)
Maria Elisabetta Novello
(Born in Vicenza in 1974. Lives and works in Udine)
Giulia Piscitelli
(Born in Naples in 1965. Lives and works in Naples)
Michele Spanghero
(Born in Gorizia in 1979. Lives and works in Monfalcone)

 
 

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