Time is a fundamental dimension of the work of Giuseppe Gabellone, and it resonates in all the works shown at the GAMeC in Bergamo. […] In his photographs and sculptures—the two main media around which Gabellone has developed his language, stretching the conventions and possibilities of both—time takes on forms that are not easy to grasp, in spite of the clarity that sets his images apart. It is a time that is simultaneously specific (or punctual, we might say) and extraneous; an absolute and present time, but one that goes beyond the contemporary; a time anchored in experience, yet also transcending it. (Alessandro Rabottini)
Published for the solo show by Giuseppe Gabellone (b. Brindisi, 1973, lives and works in Paris) at the GAMeC in Bergamo, his first such exhibition in an Italian public institution, the catalogue gathers documentation on the artist’s output over the last seven years, analyzed in texts by Alessandro Rabottini—curator of the exhibition in Bergamo and editor of the publication—and Tom Morton.