Guido Marussig, an artist from Trieste between Symbolism and Déco|
(Guido Marussig, un triestino tra Simbolismo e Déco)
edited by Lela Djokic, Daniela Balzaretti, Carlo Fabrizio Carli
| April 5 - May 10, 2003
visit the exhibition
19th and 20th Centuries / works on paper
(Otto e Novecento / opere su carta)
edited by Lela Djokic
September 27 - November 15, 2003
On the 27th of September from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. the next day, the
Comune di Roma has organized the la Notte Bianca
where many businesses, shops and cultural spots
of the capital will be open.
The New Campo dei Fiori Gallery will also be a part of the Notte Bianca
opening from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m.
This is the occasion to inaugurate our first exhibition of the season 2003-2004:
19th and 20th Centuries / works on paper.
On show are posted works, tempera, gouache, watercolours, paintings and
engravings of some of the most important artists from the 19th
and the 20th Centuries: U. Attardi, D. Baccarini,
G. Balla, A. Bertaccini, N. Bertoletti,
F. W. Brangwyn, E. Broglio, C. Cagli,
M. Capuano, O. Carlandi, A. De Carolis,
M. Delfico, T. Duclére, R. Dal Molin Ferenzona,
F. Gentilini, G. Guerrini, R. Guttuso,
P. Joris, G. Marussig,
C. E. Oppo, P. Picasso,
G. A. Sartorio, G. Signorini, G. Simoni,
A. Spadini, R. Vespignani.
Interior in daylight. Figures and objects in every day life
(Interno giorno, figure e oggetti nella quotidianità)
edited by Lela Djokic
Decembre 12, 2003 - February 14, 2004
reviews on web:
Exibart - Interno giorno
On Friday, 12th December, we'll open the exibition
Interior in daylight. Figures and objects in every day life.
With this title the curator Lela Djokic, proposes
artists and works that represent a sort of landscapes of interiors, with
or without the human figures.
In exhibition works painted between 1880 and 1930:
Portrait of Giovanni Guerrini (1906) by Domenico Baccarini,
Valeria with green bow (1918) by Giovan Battista Crema, Armida
playing the violin (1915) by Edoardo Gioja, two oils of Giovanni Guerrini
Nude (1932) and Pink dressed wife portrait, Roman Campagna
(1897) by Camillo Innocenti, Pleasant reading (1915) by Vincenzo Irolli,
Salvatore Di Giacomo Portrait (1908) by Enrico Lionne, Carmen
(1915) by Antonio Mancini, Commendator Volterra Portrait (1921) by
Arturo Noci, The lesson (1910) by Imelda Santini, Toreador
(1880) by Giuseppe Signorini and The comber (1918) by Armando Spadini.
Complete the exhibition some still lifes and the interior: The quiet place (1915)
by Ida Magliocchetti.