Curated by Matteo Mottin, the installation explored friendship and death inspired by the peculiar link between the 16th Century Venetian masters Giorgione and Titian. Working across a variety of media, from resin, silicon, PVC print and iron to aluminium, bamboo wood and reflective fabric, the works are separated from the viewers by a river of poisoned water, which, recalling such mythological rivers as the Styx and the Acheron, situates them in a limbo.**
The online publication Qway, which is part of Milan-based art label Siliqoon and devoted to “understanding our times”, presents its latest issue featuring a collaborative short fiction by Mattia Capelletti, Andrea Magnani and Zoe De Luca. There are also visual contributions by 15 artists including Martin Kohout, Libby Rothfeld, Alessandro Di Pietro and Andrea Magnani among others.
The launch will include a one day exhibition and presentation of the included drawings, followed by Trigger Party with Joel Dean, Zoe De Luca, Sam Korman and Libby Rothfeld. Trigger parties are a monthly gatherings where “people invited to show and talk about their practice freely.”
Visit the Siliqoon website for details.**