Bruno Munari (Milan 1907-1998) was one of the international leaders of the renewal of the visual and material culture of the 20th century. His artistic path was versatile and seminal, not only for the variety of his references to the world of art and culture, but also because he was able early on to link together sculpture, industrial design, painting, cinema, animation, publishing, graphic design, and teaching. Still today his constant references to the creative freedom of childhood and a subtle yet unbridled irony have made him a reference point for the younger generations, also as a result of the wide-ranging cultural plan that he promoted which included such extra-European art experiences as those of the Far East.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL
MAAB Gallery is presenting PERISCOPE, a series of previously unseen collages by Nanni Balestrini, made in Paris in August 2016. The show, curated by Gianluca Ranzi, consists of 22 works measuring 42 x 20 cm., and one measuring 84 x 40 cm., together with some historical works to illustrate the artist’s development from the 1960s until today. The title of both the show and the collages derives from the well-known Parisian magazine Pariscope, founded in 1965, and the weekly issues from August 2016 were used by Nanni Balestrini as the prime material for his collages.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL
The MAAB Gallery is pleased to present Cuatropasos | Milano, the first solo show in Milan by Calixto Ramirez (Reynosa, 1980).
The exhibition, specifically created for the rooms of the gallery, is the third stage of the Cuatropasos project, begun in 2016 with a show held at the Museo del Novecento, Castel Sant’Elmo, Naples.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL
The MAAB Gallery is pleased to present a solo show by Jiří Kolář, Il poeta del collage, in its exhibition rooms in Via Nerino 3, Milan.
Through a selection of more than twenty works made between the 1960s and the 1990s, the exhibition will give an overview of the career of this Czech artist (Protovín 1914 – Prague 2002).READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL