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EXHIBITION PAINTINGS

Paolo Chiasera, the art of conversation, 2012, photo credit: Attilio Maranzano, courtesy PSM, Berlin

Artists: Charles Avery, Paolo Chiasera, Dorothy Miller, Martin Pohl, Lea von Wintzigerode, Amelie von Wulffen

Opening: Friday, February 3, 2017, 7pm
Duration: February 4 – April 17, 2017
Curator: Christiane Rekade


In the last few years various artists  have stepped back to study painting in depth as an expressive means, with all the possible alternative approaches to this medium. They see in painting a possibility of emancipation from actual working conditions. Working conditions that are ever more specified by the accelerated and market driven situation in the exhibition business. undefinedmore...

 

News: Who is Still Austrian?

Renato Leotta. Untitled

Opening: April 28, 2017
Duration:
April 29 – July 9, 2017
Curator: Luigi Fassi

Artists: Nicolò Degiorgis, Francois-Xavier Gbrè, Runo Lagomarsino, Sonia Leimer, Renato Leotta

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An article titled  „Bin ich ein Ă–sterreicher?“ appeared on August 20, 1916, on the pages of the war newspaper Soldaten Zeitung, printed in South Tyrol. The author was a young second lieutenant, Robert Musil, whom the direction of the newspaper had been entrusted. Of which homeland are we talking about? The project of the exhibition finds its ideal start from Musil’s question in order to propose it again today, 100 years later, by entwining histories, questions, and interpretations tied to the social and historical mutations that have interested Meran. Who is Still Austrian? is set in a historical moment in which the European crisis of the concept of the nation-state has not succeeded in finding a solution in a shared development toward an idea of a democratic supranational union. Our question aims to explore Meran’s heritage and its multicultural history as the model for a broader consideration of our contemporary times. The present project is thus not just a show on Meran but a narration that begins from the recent history of the town to narrate landmark changes that are taking place in the European society and in the global world. Also because Meran won’t ever be the same, as it was in the past.