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MAMbo 55th International Art Exhibition – The Venice Biennale

th International Art Exhibition – The Venice Biennale

MAMbo| Istituzione Bologna Musei | Comune di Bologna are pleased to announce their support to the creation of the work Fe2O3 Ossido Ferrico by Francesca Grilli which will be displayed in relation to the exhibition project vice versa curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi for the Italian Pavillion.

Among the 14 artists selected for vice versa there are also: Massimo Bartolini – who set up in 2009 the education area of the Biennale Central Pavillion with the work Sala F, purchased by MAMbo and UniCredit within the Focus on Contemporary Italian Art partnership – Gianfranco Baruchello, Elisabetta Benassi, Flavio Favelli, Fabio Mauri, Giulio Paolini and Marco Tirelli, who are present with their own works in the contemporary collections of the museum.

Also in the exhibition project by Massimiliano Gioni Il Palazzo Enciclopedico stand out important artists who were protagonists in recent years of personal exhibitions at MAMbo – such as Trisha Donnelly, Wade Guyton, Diego Perrone, Christopher Williams – or who collaborated with Museo Morandi, like Tacita Dean.

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Outside the Biennale institutional locations, the museum participates as a partner of Premio Furla with the exhibition at Fondazione Querini Stampalia (29th may - 30th june) of the work I did not Say or Mean ‘Warning’ by Chiara Fumai, winner of the 9th edition and destined to an extended loan at MAMbo.

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Furthermore, we inform you that on last 30th may at Palazzo Giustinian Lolin the participation of the director Gianfranco Maraniello to the round table organized by Mondriaan Fund and by Kingdom of the Netherlands Embassy in Rome to discuss about the artistic relations which connect Italy and the Netherlands, inspired by the Dutch Pavillion dedicated to Mark Manders and by the re-set-up, for Fondazione Prada, of Germano Celant's memorable exhibition When Attitudes Become Form, curated by Harald Szemann in 1069. Subject of his speech: the exhibitions dedicated by MAMbo to well-known Dutch artists – such as Jeroen De Rijke/Willem De Rooij (2008) and Bas Jan Ader (2013) – and to some participants in the historic expository event in Bern.

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