After his important exhibition at the monumental Templespace of the Kisceli Museum in Budapest, the MAAB Gallery is presenting the first solo show by the Hungarian artist Tamas Jovanovics (1974).READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL
The MAAB Gallery is opening, in its Via Nerino 3 venue in Milan, an exhibition by Alberto Biasi wholly devoted to his Trame series.
Alberto Biasi (Padua, 1937) is internationally known mainly as a protagonist of Kinetic Art and Arte Programmata and, more in general, of all that area of research “beyond painting and sculpture” begun at the start of the 1960s. This show, apparently static, highlights his beginnings and reveals his original playful nature as a visual researcher; this was to make him one of the most versatile protagonists of the history of Italian post-war art.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL
MAAB Gallery is pleased to announce the solo exhibition by Simona Uberto.
The work of Simona Uberto (Savona, 1965) is centred on the human figure.
Starting from reality, and with the use of photographs that isolate single instants of daily life, she arrives at portraits of humanity in the sense of a species. The works portray ordinary people, passersby intent on their own activities in the simplicity of life, such as a walk in the countryside or a bicycle ride, and where all that remains is only a silhouette.READ MORE ARTIST DETAIL