alcramer [Alfredo Cramerotti]

AN INVISIBLE ENERGY DIVES AND PHENOMENA OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Posted in nEws and rEleases, Uncategorized by alcramer on January 29, 2019

PHANTOMOLOGY – THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT | AN INVISIBLE ENERGY DIVES AND PHENOMENA OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Friday 1st February 2019
CUBO, Bologna, Italy

Force Field

FORCE FIELD,  2016. | performance in collaboration with Paul Prudence. Image courtesy of Phantomology;  project curated by Marco Mancuso, Daniela Tozzi and Ilaria Bignotti
for the spaces of CUBO in Bologna.

Panel Discussion
Moderated by: Marco Mancuso and Ilaria Bignotti
With: Ugo La Pietra, Ariane Koek, Alfredo Cramerotti

“Fantomologia” is a term coined by Polish science fiction writer and philosopher Stanislaw Lem, in his essay “Summa Technologiae” of 1964. The theme dealt with is the role of man in relation to a vast and stratified universe, existing beyond of its physical and sensory limitations, differently intelligent and as such capable of creating or breaking down barriers of understanding and dialogue between different elements.

The curatorial project proposed by Marco Mancuso, Daniela Tozzi and Ilaria Bignotti for the spaces of CUBO Unipol, analyzes the concept of environment in a wide and complete way: the technological environment (the installation The Nemesis Machine of the media artist Room) and its comparison with the historical works (Immersioni – Caschi Sonori, Commutatore) by the artist Ugo La Pietra, the sub-atomic environment (the Force Field performance by the duo of science artist Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand), the architectural environment (the panel moderated by Daniela Tozzi with Bertram Niessen, Paolo Rigamonti and Salvatore Di Dio) and finally the phenomenological environment (the panel moderated by Marco Mancuso and Ilaria Bignotti with Ugo La Pietra, Ariane Koek and Alfredo Cramerotti)

The phenomenological environment is therefore addressed through the panel entitled “An invisible energy. Immersions and phenomena of contemporary art “, structured in turn as an ecosystem in which to share ideas and topics, a context that brings together artists and curators who for years have been exploring these issues in terms of production, research and market potential.

A new Season of Exhibitions at MOSTYN

Posted in nEws and rEleases by alcramer on November 16, 2017

A New Season of Exhibitions at MOSTYN
FRIDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2017 – 6.30pm onwards

EVGENY ANTUFIEV

Organic resistance: body and knife, crossing the border

18 November 2017 – 18 February 2018

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The first UK solo exhibition by Russian born Antufiev, presents artefacts, ideas and stories collected from, or imagined by, local and mythological cultures from different parts of the world.

The exhibition is organised in partnership with Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia (Italy), where the artist had a major survey of his work in 2013 – the first one in Italy. The Maramotti Collection has continued to follow the research of the artist by acquiring new works over the last few years, and this exhibition will be the first time the works will be shown outside Europe.

This exhibition has been curated by Alfredo Cramerotti, Director, MOSTYN, and will be presented alongside Miles of Creativity, an exhibition curated by Adam Carr, Visual Arts Programme Curator, MOSTYN.
See full exhibition description here.

 

MILES OF CREATIVITY 
18 November 2017 – 18 February 2018

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Featuring creatives:
Beacon Garage, Trish Bermingham, Lin Cummins, Wendy Dawson, Tim Dickinson, Glyn Ellis, Nick Elphick, Julia S. Greaves, Lizzie Hughes, Mark Hughes, Anna Jones, Richard Cynan Jones, Patrick Joseph, Judith Bond Cakes, Barry Morris, North Wales Vapour, Pea J. Restall, Miguel Roque, Mike Ryder, Alana Tyson, Alan Whitfield, Wild Horse Brewery, Emrys Williams, Gwyn Williams, Susan Williams, Sandra Wynne 

Miles of Creativity is a group exhibition that explores the creative act and its relationship to the town of Llandudno, and brings together work by artists and by creative people working in trades not traditionally shown in an art gallery.

This exhibition has been curated by Adam Carr, Visual Arts Programme Curator, MOSTYN.

See full exhibition description here.

 

Gallery 6
John Hedley
Natural Forms 
24 October – 28 January 2018
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Our series of solo exhibitions celebrating contemporary printmaking continues in Gallery 6 with Anglesey based John Hedley.

All prints are for sale framed or unframed, and the Collectorplan scheme allows you to buy unique pieces of contemporary art and craft over a period of 12 months interest free.

 

This exhibition has been curated by Barry Morris, Retail Manager, MOSTYN.

See full exhibition description here.

 

Press Coverage for MOSTYN Open 20

Posted in nEws and rEleases by alcramer on October 3, 2017

MOSTYN Open 20

8 July – 5 November 2017
The selection of artists for MOSTYN Open 20 represents the continued rise of the gallery’s international profile with participants located in Belgium, Holland, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, China, Australia, USA and UK.

 

Manuel Caldeira finalista em prémio de arte contemporânea galês MOSTYN Open 20

Downloadable PDF: Nacional – Manuel Caldeira finalista em prémio de arte contemporânea galês MOSTYN Open 20

Link: https://www.dn.pt/lusa/interior/manuel-caldeira-finalista-em-premio-de-arte-contemporanea-gales-mostyn-open-20-8485359.html

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Cheshire Life

Downloadable PDF: Cheshire Life April 2017

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Daily Post: Llandudno’s MOSTYN takes global stage as latest exhibit sees hundreds of international submissions

Downloadable PDF: Llandudno’s MOSTYN takes global stage as latest exhibit sees hundreds of international submissions – Daily Post

Link: http://www.dailypost.co.uk/whats-on/mostyn-llandudno-open-exhibition-entry-13296172

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