Pietrasanta, Collectors Night returns this weekend

Between Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25, Collectors Night, the night dedicated to contemporary art galleries, returns to Pietrasanta. Here is the full program.

To be held between Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25, 2023 in Pietrasanta, a new edition of Collectors Night, the night of art galleries that this year renews itself and doubles, celebrating its eighth edition with a new look and a new format, which includes two entire evenings of art and culture, with exhibitions open from late afternoon to night.

The Collectors Nights are promoted by ten galleries of excellence on the Italian scene (Accesso Galleria, Barbara Paci art gallery, Deodato Arte, Giovanni Bonelli Gallery, Poggiali Gallery, Susanna Orlando Gallery, Laura Tartarelli Contemporary Art, MARCOROSSI artecontemporanea, Secci Gallery, The Project Space) united to offer collectors, art lovers and art operators a broad overview of the research of the present, through selected works by Italian and international authors, great photographers, and young artists in dialogue with historicized masters. Produced under the patronage of the City of Pietrasanta, the collaboration of ANGAMC - National Association of Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries, and the support of Paradis Pietrasanta Hotel and Tenuta di Artimino Wine Estate, the event will be inaugurated on Saturday, June 24, at 6:30 p.m. Collectors and visitors, equipped with the circuit map, will be able to walk the streets of the city, visiting the ten exhibitions, an expression of individual research paths. Here is the program.

Access Gallery (www.accessogalleria.com) presents, until August 6, 2023, the group show Res naturales, with works by Susanna Bauer, Angela D’Ospina, Marina Kiselyova, Amber Sena, Sian Smith, and Michael Weiss. Always focused on the human figure, the gallery presents for the first time a body of about 40 works dedicated to the theme of nature.

Barbara Paci art gallery (www.barbarapaciartgallery.it) offers, until Aug. 6, 2023, the exhibition RAGŪN - music on water by Alessandro Busci, accompanied by a critical text by Chiara Gatti. For his first solo show at the gallery, the artist is exhibiting 14 new works in enamels and rusts that start from the landscape of Versilia and verge on abstraction.

Deodato Arte (www.deodato.com) presents a selection of iconic works by American photographer David LaChapelle. Exhibited in the world’s most important museums, LaChapelle’s shots transport Pietrasanta, until July 9, 2023, into a surrealist dream of dreamlike but direct visions that trigger profound reflections on contemporary society.

Giovanni Bonelli Gallery (www.galleriagiovannibonelli.com) is exhibiting, through July 23, 2023, a dozen works from private collections by Mario Schifano, paying tribute to the artist on the 25th anniversary of his death. Some “Anemic Landscapes” will serve as counterpoint to “Palms” and alternate with other iconic works.

Poggiali Gallery (www.galleriapoggiali.com) presents, through July 23, 2023, Beauty. Difference & Repetition, a double solo exhibition by Luca Pignatelli and Fabio Viale. While Viale’s is exhibited for the first time a bust of “Apollo” with the addition of a lower limb, Pignatelli’s is presented with a large Persian carpet, featuring a female head with a classical matrix.

Susanna Orlando Gallery (www.galleriasusannaorlando.it) offers, until August 14, 2023, the exhibition Astrale by Giuseppe Biagi, curated by Valerio Dehò. Large watercolors on paper dedicated to the Zodiac, inviting the public to experience a painting made of “apparitions,” in an aera, lustral, subtly enigmatic dimension.

Laura Tartarelli Contemporary Art (www.lauratartarelli.com), from June 22 to June 30, 2023, presents Martin Lucchini’s solo exhibition entitled Tensione. The exhibition includes 9 works created in the period 2021-2023 using the StringArt technique, that is, through the use of nails and tensioned wires, along with 4 satirical works in the style of Pop Art.

MARCOROSSI artecontemporanea (www.marcorossiartecontemporanea.com) presents Matteo Basilé, one of the most interesting innovators in Italian art since the 1990s. The exhibition Hybrida, which can be visited until July 31, 2023, brings together photographic works of various formats that interpret contemporary metamorphoses of the self, the other and the elsewhere.

Secci Gallery (www.seccigallery.com) exhibits, through July 16, 2023, works by Radu Oreian and Giorgio de Chirico, collected in the exhibition The eternal reverie, curated by Pier Paolo Pancotto. Oreian’s “Molecular Paintings,” linked to history and myth, are placed side by side with paintings by de Chirico, among the most original and enigmatic artists of the 20th century.

The Project Space (www.theprojectspace.it) presents Animula Vagula Blandula, an exhibition curated by Alessandro Romanini and Massimo Scaringella featuring works by Armand Boua, Aron Demetz and Brice Esso. The exhibition, produced by The Project Space, LIS10, Tg Residency, spans the courtyard at 44 Via Garibaldi and Piazzetta San Martino.

For information and more details: www.collectorsnights.it, www.facebook.com/collectorsnight, www.instagram.com/collectorsnightspietrasanta.

Pietrasanta, Collectors Night returns this weekend
Pietrasanta, Collectors Night returns this weekend

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