Sabrina Mezzaqui , Italie
Di punto in bianco
Giovanni Ozzola , Italie
For a little while
Ana Maria Tavares , Brésil
Sortir du silence : au-delà de la modernité
Three different exhibitions will be presented at the gallery: Di punto in bianco by Sabrina Mezzaqui, For a little while by Giovanni Ozzola, and Sortir du silence: beyond modernity by Ana Maria Tavares.
Exhibitions from April 14 to June 14, 2023.
Friday 26 May 2023 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Welcome Weekend ! Aperitif at the gallery
Saturday 27 May 2023 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Meeting with Antonio Brizioli, about the book “Pasolini acquatico e felice
Paris, France 01 43 70 00 88 www.galleriacontinua.com
Galleria Continua is a contemporary art gallery founded in 1990 in San Gimignano by three friends: Mario Cristiani, Lorenzo Fiaschi and Maurizio Rigillo.
True to its spirit of perpetual evolution and determined to bring contemporary art to a wide audience, Galleria Continua has developed around two fundamental values: generosity and altruism, the basis for numerous artistic collaborations. Galleria Continua represents a desire for continuity between eras and a willingness to write a current history. Sensitive to contemporary creation, the gallery wants to nourish the link between past and future, individuals and different geographies.
Thanks to its investment in forgotten and unconventional sites, the gallery has always chosen atypical places, developing in more than thirty years of activity a strong identity and an original positioning.
After its first gallery in an old cinema in San Gimignano, it was the first foreign gallery with an international catalog to open in China in 2004. In 2007, Galleria Continua opened Les Moulins, in a former paper mill in eastern Paris. In 2015 it also moved to Havana, in a former cinema-theater and in 2020 it opened an exhibition space in Rome, inside the St. Regis Hotel, and another in Brazil, in the Pacaembu sports complex. In 2021, Galleria Continua arrived in the heart of the French capital. This unconventional space is dedicated to experimentation and the encounter between art, society and culture, in a constantly evolving setting. A new exhibition space opened inside the most iconic hotel in the world, the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah in Dubai.
Adel Abdessemed • Etel Adnan • Ai Weiwei • Leila Alaoui • Juan Araujo • Kader Attia • Daniel Buren • Cai Guo-Qiang • Alejandro Campins • Iván Capote • Yoan Capote • Loris Cecchini • Elizabet Cerviño • Chen Zhen • Nikhil Chopra • Marcelo Cidade • Carlos Cruz-Diez • Jonathas De Andrade • Berlinde De Bruyckere • Leandro Erlich • Carlos Garaicoa • Osvaldo González • Antony Gormley • Gu Dexin • Shilpa Gupta • Subodh Gupta • Carsten Höller • Jr • Ilya & Emilia Kabakov • Zhanna Kadyrova • Kan Xuan • Anish Kapoor • André Komatsu • Jannis Kounellis • Luis López-Chávez • Jorge Macchi • Ahmed Mater • Cildo Meireles • José Manuel Mesías • Sabrina Mezzaqui • Margherita Morgantin • Moataz Nasr • Hans Op De Beeck • Ornaghi & Prestinari • Giovanni Ozzola • Susana Pilar • Michelangelo Pistoletto • Qiu Zhijie • Tobias Rehberger • Arcangelo Sassolino • Manuela Sedmach • Serse • Kiki Smith • Nedko Solakov • Marta Spagnoli • José Antonio Suárez Londoño • Hiroshi Sugimoto • Sun Yuan & Peng Yu • Pascale Marthine Tayou • Armando Testa • Nari Ward • Sislej Xhafa • José Yaque
Galerie sélectionnée par Clément Delépine et Hervé Lemoine