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espositori 2016

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29 Arts in Progress A07 London UK Photos
ABC-Arte A16 Genova ITALY Works on paper
Amedeo Porro Fine Arts A3 A23 London / Lugano UK SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Archivio Goffredo Parise – Giosetta Fioroni A14 Milano ITALY Works on paper
Archivio Renzo Bergamo C07 Milano ITALY Works on paper
Artrust A12 Melano SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Arts KOCO A15 Luxembourg LUXEMBOURG Works on paper
ArtsLife C11 C12 Milano / Shen Yang City ITALY CHINA Works on paper
Bag Gallery B20 Pesaro / Parma ITALY Photos
BIG Broker Insurance Group – Ciaccio Arte B08 bis Milano ITALY Sponsor
BluArt, Galleria d’arte B23 Padova ITALY Works on paper
ContiniArtUK C04 C05 C06 London UK Works on paper
Creatini & Landriani A09 Sestri Levante ITALY Works on paper
De Primi Fine Art A01 Lugano SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Die Mauer – Arte contemporanea A02 Prato ITALY Works on paper / Photos
Enrico Frascione Antiquario A18 Firenze ITALY Works on paper
Exclusive Luxury Group A13 Lugano SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Fabbrica EOS C03 Milano ITALY Works on Paper / Photos
Frattura Scomposta Art Magazine C15 Milano ITALY Works on Paper
Frittelli Arte Contemporanea C08 C09 C10 Firenze ITALY Works on paper
Galerie Carzaniga B10 Basel SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Galerie Pietro Spartà A04 Chagny FRANCE Works on paper
Galerie Römerapotheke B25 Zürich SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Galleria Bianconi C01 Milano ITALY Works on paper / Photos
Galleria Continua B19 B22 S.Gimignano / Beijing /
Les Moulins / Habana
ITALY CHINA FRANCE CUBA Works on paper
Galleria Doppia V – Galleria Marcorossi B26 Milano / Lugano ITALY SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Galleria Monica De Cardenas B07 Milano / Zuoz / Lugano ITALY SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Giuseppe Piva Arte Giapponese B16 Milano ITALY Works on paper
Grossetti Arte A22 A24 A25 Milano ITALY Works on paper
Hampel Fine Art Auction B8 Munich GERMANY Works on paper
Imago Art Gallery B11 B12 B14 B15 London / Lugano UK SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Juul. Design Couture Lugano C14 Lugano SWITZERLAND Sponsor
Lia Rumma B01 Napoli / Milano ITALY Works on paper
M77 Gallery C13 Milano / St. Moritz ITALY SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Osart Gallery A19 Milano ITALY Works on paper
Photographica FineArt Gallery B13 B17 Lugano SWITZERLAND Photos
Primae Noctis Art Gallery B03 B06 Lugano SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Robertaebasta C02 Milano ITALY Works on paper
Robilant + Voena B09 London / St Moritz / Milano UK SWITZERLAND ITALY Works on paper
Romberg Photo B21 Latina ITALY Photos
Salamon & C. B04 Milano ITALY Works on paper
Silvano Lodi – IntArt Gallery B5 Lugano SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Spazio Testoni A26 Bologna ITALY Works on paper
Suite 59 Gallery A10 Amsterdam HOLLAND Photos
TAG The Art Gallery A11 Lugano SWITZERLAND Works on paper
Tornabuoni Art B02 London / Paris / Milano / Firenze UK FRANCE ITALY Works on paper
VitArt Modern & Contemporary Art A6 A20 Lugano SWITZERLAND Works on paper
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Sponsored exhibition: Omnia vanitas

Omnia vanitas

by Antonio Guccione

Curated by Angelo Crespi

A theory of skulls for an ambitious post-modern phrenology project, between citationism and divertissement: characters from history, art and fashion are eternally immortalized through their skull. Dead, yet so alive in their essence; the soul forever gone from the carved occipital bulb, yet still present and recognizable by their tics, their quirks and their human suit.

This is the sense of the exhibition-performance that Antonio Guccione has designed for Hammer Partners, on the occasion of WopArt 2019. Presenting the collection of Vanitas as a Spoon River anthology, the well-known photographer from Milan narrates in the form of an epitaph the myths of pop culture, such as Andy Warhol, Napoleon, Frida Kahlo, Leonardo da Vinci, Dior and Salvador Dalì.

During his long career Guccione focused on the icons of the star system, becoming fashion’s official portraitist, but this time he left the living ones turning his attention to the deceased ones: in the attempt -common to all of the great artists- to exorcise death, he coated or painted its most persistent symbol, the skull, playing like a contemporary Hamlet through being and not being, photographed It and managed to distill, without any post-production intervention, the extreme relic that characterize the various icons or, in other words, that something that will represent them forever.

Guccione seems to be pronouncing the words “memento mori” -remember you have to die- with the subtle irony and lightness of his, because even departure requires style.

Exhibition sponsored by Gruppo Hammer

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