Milan, November 20th. While the world is struggling to cope with the virus, Galleria Consadori is still pursuing its own (crazy?) optimistic dream and announces an art and design exhibition focused on a newfound return to “normal”. Room landscape paintings, still natures, micro-stories to start over again by imaging a possible future. “A Year of Living Dangerously” is a display of objects, paintings and pictures portraying the landscape swinging between the infinitely small and the infinitely large.
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,
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 “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.
As usual Consadori Gallery begins the season with an exhibition dedicated to colors. “BLACK AND WHITE” is the theme of this year.