Francesca Pola

Bruno Querci

A arte Invernizzi

January 2018

Painting light as an energy emanating from form: This is the goal that has guided the creative progress of Bruno Querci for over four decades. That objective that also emerges from this two-story exhibition comprising seminal works from the… READ ON


Alan Charlton

Noire Gallery

December 2017

This new, multifaceted exhibition of Alan Charlton’s work speaks to the continued vitality and richness of his production. In the late 1960s, the English artist was already pioneering a language of radical abstraction. Since that time, he … READ ON


John Armleder

December 2017

Since he first emerged on the art scene in the late 1960s, John Armleder has sought to transcend categorization or definitive placement within genres, styles, or movements. His current show, “Better, Quasi,” is a sort of macro-installation,… READ ON

IN PRINT December 2017 [TOC]

Haim Steinbach

November 2017

Thirty years after his first solo show in Europe, held at Galleria Lia Rumma, American artist Haim Steinbach returned to the same gallery with “lemon yellow,” an exhibition conceived specifically for its site. The result was a reflection, … READ ON

IN PRINT November 2017 [TOC]

Jason Martin

November 2017

With his most recent show, “New Oils,” Jason Martin introduced a new chapter in his investigation of the fundamentals of painting. The artist, who divides his time between London and Lisbon, received worldwide attention with his participation… READ ON

IN PRINT November 2017 [TOC]

Osvaldo Licini

Galleria Tega

October 2017

“I segni dell’angelo” (“Signs of the Angel”) offers an unusual and valuable opportunity to retrace the rich, multifaceted creative trajectory of Osvaldo Licini, one of the most significant Italian artists working in the first half of the … READ ON


Mary Bauermeister

June 2017

This exhibition presented a selection of work from the 1960s and 1970s by Mary Bauermeister, one of the original proponents of a visual language intended to connect the grand European pictorial tradition with the material experimentation … READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2017 [TOC]

Giulio Turcato

March 2017

This exhibition presented two of Giulio Turcato’s key series from the 1960s: the “Tranquillanti” (Tranquillizers), which he created for Galleria il Canale in Venice (where the works were first exhibited in 1961), and the “Superfici lunari” … READ ON

IN PRINT March 2017 [TOC]

Mario Deluigi

Studio Gariboldi

February 2017

This show focuses on the apical decades of Mario Deluigi’s work—the 1950s and 1960s—specifically documenting what is perhaps the artist’s best-known series: “Grattage” (Scrapings), 1953–78. First exhibited at the Twenty-Eighth Venice Biennale… READ ON


Carol Rama

GAM - Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea

December 2016

Carol Rama’s traveling retrospective concludes in Turin, the artist’s native city, where she lived and worked. One of the most significant presences in twentieth-century Italian art, Rama was honored with the Golden Lion award at the 2003 … READ ON