Finally! Galleria Consadori is pleased to re-open the exhibition of Watercolours and Oils by Tullio Pericoli, opened on February 20th 2020 and suspended few days later because the pandemic. Opening: Wednesday September 23rd from 3pm to 8pm.
Karl Hubbuch (1891 – 1979) This exhibition presents an exclusive collection of drawings and mixed media made between the 1925 and 1930 during the Weimar Republic in Germany. Hubbuch was born in Karlsruhe and baptised in the Roman Catholic church. From 1908 to 1912, he studied art at the Karlsruhe Academy,
On November 19th 2019, Anna Maria Consadori Gallery inaugurates 68 Pezzi FAcili a group exhibition conceived as a contemporary Wunderkammern to bring together works ranging from the sixteenth century to the present day. Small masterpieces of sculpture, painting, graphics, photography and design, linked by the only red thread of the pleasure of quality even in small dimensions. Unexpected surprises, reconfirmations or discoveries, micromasterpieces of immediate beauty: easy pieces.
Skates and surfboards are tools used by the new generations to escape from the urban platitude. As far as the relatioship aesthetic-functionality is concerned, they have been elegantly and efficiently shaped throughout time. Their origin recalls oceans and waves from Polynesia where surfing, the art of riding waves, was born. Skaters deal with other kinds of waves in oceans of concrete – the urban version of surf, characterised by speed and evolutions in city streets.
Galleria Anna Maria Consadori ‘s opening a sculpture exhibition on march 5th, 2019 with most italian artworks from ’50s to present days.
Galleria Anna Maria Consadori presents the exhibition “Cartolaria” on Thursday, November 15th 2018, h.18.30 in Via Brera, 2 Milan.
Galleria Anna Maria Consadori presents the exhibition “Sparkling white metal – the silver ages” on Wednesday, September 12 2018 in Via Brera, 2 Milan. The show will be on view from September 13 through October 20, 2018.
From 9th to 28th February, Consadori Gallery displays twentyseven artworks of the entire research of Guy Harloff, rediscovering the work of the artist defined by Dino Buzzati as “gentle giant, painter and alchemist”.
On 23rd Novembre 2017 at 6 pm the exhibition “MAO. RED… BOOM” opens at Consadori Gallery (via Brera 2, Milano), until the 23rd December.