The MAAB Gallery is pleased to present in its rooms in Via Nerino 3, Milan, a solo show by Diamante Faraldo, Win Back.
An analysis of history and a deep meditation on the evolution and concept of the West, together with an inquiry into the role of artists, are the leitmotivs of the art of Diamante Faraldo (Aversa 1962).READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL PRESS KIT
The MAAB Gallery is pleased to present, in its renovated rooms in Via Nerino 3, Milan, a solo show by Roberto Almagno, Tracce, curated by Marco Meneguzzo.
A significant selection of sculptures, including Memoria (1997-2000), will introduce the visitors to Almagno’s enchanting creative world. Beginning in the 1980s, after a brief period of experiments and inquiries into materials, Roberto Almagno (Aquino 1954) abandoned the use of clay, iron, and stone, and began to use wood as the only material for his sculptures.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL PRESS KIT
From 28 May to 6 November, Palazzo Pretorio will be hosting the show “Alberto Biasi: gli ambienti”, an indication of the renewed attention that art historians, the public, and the market are paying to the work of the great artist from Padua, Alberto Biasi, and, more in general, to the area of research variously known as Op, Kinetic, Gestalt, or Programme Art and which was of great importance during the 1960s.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL
The MAAB Gallery, Milan, is pleased to present “Bridging the gap”, an exhibition devoted to the work of Jorge Eielson (Lima 1924 – Milan 2006), a tribute to the greatest contemporary Peruvian artist. He was a visionary and multifaceted man who encompassed the languages and tools of the visual arts and literature, ranging from performances to installations, photography and cinema in order to express the multiplicity of the world.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL