Treti Galaxie

Clémence de La Tour du Pin opens up a fortress for the first time since 1705 to explore fetish + impurity, Oct 26 -Nov 29

25 October 2017

Clémence de La Tour du Pin is presenting solo exhibition sept préludes at Torino’s Pastiss Underground Fortress, opening October 26 and running to November 29.

Curated by Treti Galaxie in collaboration with Museo Pietro Micca, the work will be displayed underground in the tunnels and combat rooms of the old space. Described by La Tour du Pin as a “labyrinthine network of tunnels as intrauterine architecture, [comparable] to the unconscious side of the city of Torino – with its forgotten souls, desires and hidden phobias,” it will be open to the public for the first time since 1705.

Through a non-linear narrative tour that includes sensory and fictional elements to immerse the audience in a psychogeographical exploration, the artist will explore fetishism and the concept of shadows and impurities through the preservation of the space.

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Clemence de La Tour du Pin + Antoine Renard, ‘I am you, Jun. I’m all you’ll ever need’ (2015) Install view. Courtesy L’Atelier-ksr, Berlin.
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Tiziano e Giorgione (2016) exhibition photos

8 November 2016

Michele Gabriele and Alessandro Di Pietro presented two-person exhibition Tiziano e Giorgione at Torino’s Treti Galaxie, which ran from September 14 until October 2, 2016.

Michele Gabriele, Tiziano e Giorgione (2016). Installation view. Photography by Marco Cappelletti. Courtesy of the artist and Treti Galaxie, Torino
Michele Gabriele, Tiziano e Giorgione (2016). Installation view. Photography by Marco Cappelletti. Courtesy of the artist and Treti Galaxie, Torino

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.**

Michele Gabriele + Alessandro Di Pietro’s Tiziano e Giorgione was on at Torino’s Treti Galaxie running from September 14 until October 2, 2016.

Header image: Alessandro Di Pietro, Tiziano e Giorgione (2016). Installation view. Photography by Marco Cappelletti. Courtesy of the artist and Treti Galaxie, Torino.

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