Il Mondo di Suk
January 12th, 2022
Transparent or impenetrable, the waters of the sea. They welcome the gaze, reassure it or make it restless. However, they suggest infinite sensations that stimulate artistic visions such as those collected in the exhibition curated by Valentina Rippa and Beatrice Burati Anderson for the new artistic space in Venice (Calle de la Madonna, 1976). Winter seas is the title of a double exhibition (until February 20) which features the works of the Neapolitan Ilaria Abbiento and Mauro Pipani, an artist who works between Cesena and Verona.
November 21st, 2021
In the exceptional location, the congress center of the “Cloud” by Massimilano Fuksas, at EUR, the new contemporary art fair in Rome – under the general direction of Alessandro Nicosia and Adriana Polveroni, artistic director – will end in the next few hours. But how did this first edition go? Courage must certainly be rewarded: it wasn’t easy to think of a new event in such uncertain times, and after an autumn full of fairs, especially as regards the Italian “colleagues”. The satisfaction of some gallerists, however, is clearly perceptible. […] Beatrice Burati Anderson also declares herself satisfied with how business went at the Nuvola, as well as for the special mention of the “The Best” award, offered by the Lazio region, for the gallerist who, from Venice, – since last May – also chose to open a venue in the capital.