Mash Up – Superstudio Milano

Mash Up. Personal exhibition at Superstudio Piú Milano, Via Tortona 27.
Starting from May to September 2010 I presented at Superstudio in Milan a big personal exhibition called Mash Up. It tooks me a whole year to prepare all the pieces of the show which were almost 50 new artworks divided between big sized canvases, medium size artworks on paper, and a huge sculpture and a enormous spraypainted Pvc on the outside. The concept behind the exhibition was to create a “Mash-up” of images from contemporary culture. The Location SuperstudioPiú, Via Tortona 27, Milan (www.superstudiogroup.com) is a big an warehouse space in which take place every year very important meetings in the fields of Art, Fashion and Design such the Milan Furniture Fair, the Fashion Fair and Contemporary Art Fair. Thanks to the big effort of my colleagues at Art Kitchen. More than a thousand visitors came to the opening, Here some pics of the show..








Copenhagen Asbaek Gallery

“Culture Clash” personal exhibition at We love Asbaek Gallery in Copenaghen Denmark, August to September 2008. Some of the pieces were also exhibitedin the Art Copenhagen Fair – Martin Asbaek stand . Thanks Claus, Lisa, Ida, Martin & Anthon for the support setting up the exhibition.

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Dorothy circus Roma

“City Slang” The Street Comes to the gallery. The show, as one can deduce from the title, is going to include street art interventions that will start from the heart of the street and enter finally the gallery’s spaces. The audience will be guided through a sort of journey and will learn to read and understand street art in its various forms through a suggestive eye-candy effect offered by graffiti, poster art, stencil art and site-specific performances. But there’s even more: in the project room one will be able to admire the original well-known affiche by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, that represents a perfect forerunner of poster art, able to join past and future in a single expositive event. Slang as a direct, sharp and colourful language that marks a group of people with the same features and express itself through an exact code, becomes a powerful and kaleidoscopic figurative cocktail that connects national and international artists in one argot  free from formal ties. City Slang _ The Street come sto the gallery is the fuse that triggers an inexhaustible artistic charge that isn’t pleased with the city walls but invades the sophisticated spaces of art system, in order to release a violent and explosive burst of shapes and colours. January February 2008 – Artists: Koralie, SupaKitch, TvBoy, Mr.WanyUes, Sten+Lex+Lucamaleonte.

Pac Milan

March 2007. I just got back from Milan where we had a big collective show called “Street Art Sweet Art” at Pac (Padiglione Arte Contemporanea) with some between the best italian graffiti artists: Abbominevole, Airone, Blu, Ericailcane, Bo130, Bros, Dado, Ivan, Joys, KyOne, Microbo, Nais, Ozmo, Pao, Phobia, Pus, Rendo, Sonda, Marco Teatro, Davide Atomo Tinelli, Tv Boy, Wany.. Check some photos of the show.