Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time (vol. II)

80 pages
Italian / English
Softcover, 23 x 15 cm
ISBN 9788867490608
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Stefano Raimondi and Mauro Zanchi, eds. 

“Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time” organized five double solo shows, between April 2011 and October 2012, in the matronaea of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo. The pairings were Adrian Paci and Andrea Kvas (April–May 2011), followed by Daniel Knorr and Riccardo Beretta (June–July 2011), David Adamo and Ettore Favini (September–October 2011), Navid Nuur and Alis/Filliol (June–July 2012), and Dan Rees and Francesco Arena (September-October 2012).

The second volume of the the accompanying publication Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time focuses on the shows by Navid Nuur and Alis/Filliol, and Dan Rees and Francesco Arena. Conceived as open questions, both the exhibitions, to quote from the essay by Mauro Zanchi, “address the historical landscape through the interaction between gaze and memory, in a dynamic, flexible way, gathering the traces of many different cultural currents into a lucid vision of space-time.”

Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time (vol. II)

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“Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time” organized five double solo shows, between April 2011 and October 2012, in the matronaea of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo. The pairings were Adrian Paci and Andrea Kvas (April–May 2011), followed by Daniel Knorr and Riccardo Beretta (June–July 2011), David Adamo and Ettore Favini (September–October 2011), Navid Nuur and Alis/Filliol (June–July 2012), and Dan Rees and Francesco Arena (September-October 2012).

The second volume of the the accompanying publication Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time focuses on the shows by Navid Nuur and Alis/Filliol, and Dan Rees and Francesco Arena. Conceived as open questions, both the exhibitions, to quote from the essay by Mauro Zanchi, “address the historical landscape through the interaction between gaze and memory, in a dynamic, flexible way, gathering the traces of many different cultural currents into a lucid vision of space-time.”

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