Antonio Obá, Untitled, 2017, watercolor on paper, 39.5 x 48 cm framed. Courtesy the artist and Mendes Wood DM. Photo Kristien Daem

Artissima takes place in an Unplugged version for 2020

Artissima takes place in an Unplugged version for 2020. A new format, extended throughout the city and online that brings together physical exhibitions produced with Fondazione Torino Musei and digital projects: an acoustic version of the fair that focuses on the instrument (the works) and the voice (the galleries).

Presented under the theme Frenetic Standstill, from 7 November 2020 to 9 January 2021, the museums of Fondazione Torino Musei – GAM – Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Palazzo Madama – Museo Civico d’Arte Antica and MAO Museo d’Arte Orientale – feature works provided by the galleries selected for this edition of Artissima, presenting an overview of highlights of what the audience would have seen in the booths of the fair. Mendes Wood DM is one of the participating galleries, with works by Antonio Obá. A choral approach to the theme Frenetic Standstill, curated by Ilaria Bonacossa in close dialogue with the gallerists involved.

The modernist GAM building, on the ground floor and in the basement, will host an installation of surprising visual polyphony with over 100 works from the galleries of the Main Section and the Dialogue/Monologue section of Artissima, selected by Ilaria Bonacossa. The works from the Main Section are monumental pieces by great artists who are true pioneers, combined with irreverent experiments by international talents: small, unexpected creative signs, sculptures, large installations, paintings and photographs provide a variegated overview of the research of artists all over the world. The galleries of the Dialogue/Monologue section, on the other hand, will present more intimate pieces, which are nevertheless equally capable of activating resonance and stimulating reflection. Tulio Pinto is also one of the participating artists at GAM.

You can see the virtual tour on this link.

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