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Agenda 2023 @Collezione Maramotti

Collezione Maramotti is delighted to announce 2023's exhibitions and projects calendar:



Andriu Deplazes | Burning Green 19 March – 30 July 2023 Andriu Deplazes, a young Swiss artist based in Marseille, is holding his first Italian exhibition in Collezione Maramotti’s Pattern Room. Dividing the space in a layout conceived especially for this show, Deplazes will present a new group of paintings on canvas and works on paper that have grown out of a meditation on family relationships and on the natural and anthropized environment. The green in question could be an allusion to the landscape, to the environmental crisis and to the aggressive exploitation of resources, but also to the military themes that turn up in some of the new works, or the traces of fluorescent colour often used by this artist. Ivor Prickett | No Home from War: Tales of Survival and Loss 30 April – 30 July 2023 Conceived on the occasion of the Fotografia Europea 2023 festival, No Home from War is the first extensive solo show by photojournalist Ivor Prickett, which features several dozen photographs taken in regions touched by conflict between 2006 and 2022. Initially focusing on the private, domestic side of war’s long-term social and humanitarian repercussions in Croatia and Abkhazia, Prickett has moved towards places of forced displacement and to lands where people seek refuge (in the Middle East and Europe), arriving at the front lines of combat zones (Iraq, Ukraine). Giulia Andreani | title TBD 29 October 2023 – 18 February 2024 Giulia Andreani, an Italian artist based in Paris, will be presenting her first solo show in her home country. The new works that she has painted specifically for this project are primarily made using Payne’s grey. They weave together narratives, facts, and characters inspired by photographic research that the artist carried out at various archives in the city of Reggio Emilia, paying particular attention to hidden or forgotten stories of female figures in its historical, political, and cultural context. Ongoing temporary exhibitions until 19 February 2023: Max Mara Art Prize for Women, in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery Emma Talbot | The Age/L’Età The starting point of the artist project, developed over a bespoke six-month Italian residency organised by Collezione Maramotti, was Gustav Klimt’s painting Three Ages of Woman (1905) which portrays a naked elderly woman standing with her head bowed as if in shame. Talbot invests the older woman with agency, presenting her with a series of challenges similar to The Twelve Labours of Hercules. The exhibition questions deeply rooted positions of power, governance, attitudes to nature and representations of women. Jenna Gribbon | Mirages American artist Jenna Gribbon, at her first solo exhibition in a European art institution, presents a series of new paintings specifically produced for the Collezione Maramotti. The central subject of the works in the exhibition is the artist’s partner, musician Mackenzie Scott (TORRES). Gribbon’s protagonist is portrayed in vivid colours and fluid, sensual brushstrokes that make the surroundings almost merge with her body. As unique portrayals of a female universe where beauty and pleasure are political tools for demolishing patriarchal and heterosexual structures, her works engage viewers as active participants in complex relationships of the gaze.


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