Artist residency n. 1/ Susan Cianciolo
14.06.19 - 18.07.19
Susan Cianciolo / Selected films and conversation @NFQ
24.06.19 - 24.06.19
Sylvie Auvray - BROOM
26.03.19 - 25.05.19
08.04.19 - 19.04.19
Sustenance00 - NOMAD St. Moritz
07.02.19 - 11.02.19
The Corner Piece n. 2 - Design Miami/
05.12.18 - 09.12.18
Même pas peur
25.09.18 - 20.10.18
Bernhard Schobinger @Studio Turi Simeti
12.04.18 - 21.04.18
New reinforced formula for all types of modernity. Curated by Guido Musante and Maria Chiara Valacchi.
With: AMeBE, Antonio Scarponi, Benni Bosetto, Chi Chi No design, Clino Trini Castelli, Didier Faustino, Ducati Monroe, Elastico, Emmanuel Gallina, Ettore Favini, Flavio Favelli, Francesco Faccin, Francesco Simeti, Francisco Gomez Paz, Giulio Iacchetti, Gordon Guillaumier, Guendalina Cerutti, Kings, JoeVelluto, Lorenzo Damiani, Massimiliano Adami, Matteo Nasini, Matteo Zorzenoni, Patrick Tuttofuoco, Pavani + Terraroli, Piero Lissoni, Pietro Corraini, Riccardo Beretta, Sylvie Auvray, Vedovamazzei, Zaven.
31 authors for thirty chairs. The last century left an inheritance of a revolutionary paradigm, yet one
dif cult to renew. Starting out from a clamorous case of ‘breaking with the modern’, Supercolla addresses the codes of modernity through the eyes of the last three generations of designers and artists – often placed before comparisons with the past rather than a blank sheet on which to come up with something anew.
The project grapples with the loss of long-term functionality of a modern icon: the ‘Superleggera’ chair, designed by Gio Ponti for Cassina in 1955, and which went on to become a synonym of the very word ‘design’. Overlooking any debate on the dividing lines between art and design, amid compulsive conservational instincts and iconoclastic temptations, 31 artists and designers are invited to ‘repair’ just as many ‘semi-rea- dymades’, midway between their use and non-use. Throughout Design Week and beyond, between 9 and 19 April 2019, the Galleria Martina Simeti will host 30 ‘Superleggera’ chairs reinterpreted as artworks and/or prototypes for another purpose. The project, curated by Guido Musante and Maria Chiara Valacchi, makes use of chairs from the Milanese restaurant-cum- orist Pota ori, and donated by the owner, the canta orista Rosalba Piccinni.
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