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Left: Lucio Fontana, "Ambiente Spaziale,” 1948, 37,7 x 22,5 cm, gouache on paper, © Fondazione Lucio Fontana. Right: Antony Gormley, "Model Model 2,” 2022, 19.7 x 51.5 x 122.5 cm, 3 mm Corten steel, © Antony Gormley.
Left: Lucio Fontana, courtesy of Fondazione Lucio Fontana. Center: Antony Gormley, photograph by Lars Gundersen, courtesy of Antony Gormley. Right: Luca Massimo Barbero, photograph by Fredrick Nielsen, courtesy of Hauser & Wirth.
Negozio Olivetti, Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy.
Venice, San Marco

Lucio Fontana / Antony Gormley

Associazione Arte Continua presents “Lucio Fontana / Antony Gormley,” the first duo exhibition featuring these major artists, on view at the Negozio Olivetti in Venice.

April 23, 2022 - November 27, 2022

Associazione Arte Continua presents “Lucio Fontana / Antony Gormley,” the first duo exhibition featuring these major artists, on view at the Negozio Olivetti in Venice. The show, curated by Luca Massimo Barbero, offers a cross-generational link through a selection of drawings made by Fontana between 1946 and 1968 and a series of drawings, workbooks, and models that run through all aspects of Gormley's research, culminating with some sculptures by both artists. In the work of both sculptors there is to be found a concise and infinite interplay of space and light. Said Fontana, “I make holes; infinity passes through, light passes, there is no need to paint.” And of Fontana, Gormley says, “Lucia Fontana spent a lifetime revealing the fact that space exists behind appearance and inviting us to experience it.” The exhibition will illuminate the role of body and space in the work of both artists as interdependent mediums of apprehension.

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P.za San Marco, 101, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy
Apr 23 - Nov 27
Negozio Olivetti
Lucio Fontana / Antony Gormley
Associazione Arte Continua presents “Lucio Fontana / Antony Gormley,” the first duo exhibition featuring these major artists, on view at the Negozio Olivetti in Venice.

Exhibitions

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Vladimir Nikolic: Walking with Water, Serbia Pavilion

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Maria Eichhorn: Relocating a Structure, Germany Pavilion

Artist Maria Eichhorn represents the Germany Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia through November 27.

Arcangelo Sassolino, Giuseppe Schembri Bonaci, Brian Schembri: Cunning diplomacy, Malta Pavilion

Artists Arcangelo Sassolino, Giuseppe Schembri Bonaci and Brian Schembri represent​ the Malta Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia through November 27.

Sonia Boyce: Feeling Her Way, Great Britain Pavilion

Artist Sonia Boyce represents the Great Britain Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia through November 27.

Acaye Kerunen and Collin Sekajugo: Radiance – They Dream in Time, Uganda Pavilion 

Artists Acaye Kerunen and Collin Sekajugo represent Uganda’s inaugural pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia through November 27.

Zineb Sedira: Dreams have no titles, France Pavilion

Artist Zineb Sedira represents France at the 59th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia through November 27.

Rachel Lee Hovnanian: Angels Listening

CSDCA presents "Angels Listening," an intimate and immersive exhibition of the works of Rachel Lee Hovnanian curated by Annalisa Bugliani.

Malgorzata Mirga-Tas: Re-enchanting the world, Poland Pavilion

For the first time in the over-120-year history of the Venice Biennale, a Roma artist, Małgorzata Mirga-Tas, is representing a national pavilion.

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