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MIHAI VRABIES. Solo Exhibition. THE VOID EFFECT

IAGA International presents :MIHAI VRABIES. Solo Exhibition. THE VOID EFFECT 
Vernissage Thursday 29 October 6 pm
at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, Strada Victor Deleu 1, Cluj Napoca 

Thursday, October 29, from 6 pm IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, opens to the public the international exhibition: MIHAI VRABIES. THE VOID EFFECT.  
The exhibition, dedicated to one of the most interesting emerging artists of Cluj-Napoca, shows an absolute novelty in the young international art, intending to reflect on the meaning of an artwork as object of consumption and communication through its emptying and its conceptual obscurity.
The exhibition presents a path through the void, meaning elimination of the art object from the exhibition space, and thus stimulates the audience to question about the attraction to the work of art as consumer good and status symbol.   Ten empty picture frames on the walls, another work hidden in spaces not accessible to the public, and a kind of private diary of the artist in the form of phrases on the walls, written in his own hand, trying to tell the show, or rather to emphasize the absence, questioning the artist himself on his life and on his aesthetic experience.
Mihai Vrabies will be present at the exhibition, ready to tell his research and his project, ready to “giving himselves” to the public that it is nothing more than hiding. Accentuates this ambivalent and ambiguous situation the presence in the spaces of the Gallery of the recorded voice of the same Vrabies, to emphasize even more the impossibility to know and to "own" truly a work of art, if not through the vacuum it creates.  
The theme is linked strongly to a complex path of the history of post-war operations between conceptual and meta-language: from Yves Klein to Piero Manzoni, the artist seeks the void as a place of regenerating a new aesthetic possibilities, criticizing the consumer society and the purely mercantilist approach and possessive of the public to the work of art.
On the other hand, the use of written, oral and recorded, indicate the deep reflection of Vrabies about the art history, including the father of the conceptual art: Joseph Kosuth.
A network of references that should be analyzed related to the specific place where the project is fully supported by the Gallery IAGA: Cluj Napoca, a city where is strong the confrontation between tradition and new artistic trends, where is strong also the re-think in terms often provocative the models, in a totalizing and vivifying remise en question the concept of a work of art. Starting from the void.  
The exhibition, curated by Ilaria Bignotti and Walter Bonomi, is therefore an important event for the international critics and collectors, confirming the will of IAGA to be lively cultural platform whose main objective is to develop and promote dialogue between the Italian and Eastern European contemporary art, thanks to the participation in art fairs, festivals and events of international contemporary art, looking at a possible future where cultural exchange and international dialogue is really the foundation upon which to build a long-term art projects.  
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog dedicated to the exhibition, with photos containing the site-specific installations made by artist, that it will be presented after the opening, with installation views and site-specific photographs.

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels in collaboration with the Museum of Art of Cluj-Napoca presents Marcello Gobbi.Renascence

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels in collaboration with the Museum of Art of Cluj-Napoca presents Marcello Gobbi.Renascence
Official Opening Friday, November 13,
from 5 pm at the Museum of Art of Cluj-Napoca,
from 7 pm at the IAGA International 
Art Gallery Angels
Curated by I. Bignotti and W. Bonomi

IAGA International presents Sabina Dragomir at LUISS Roma

IAGA International presents Sabina Dragomir at LUISS Rome
Transparencies, four forms of the invisible
GLASS
The official opening Tuesday
September 29, 2015, from 7:30 p.m

Open from September 29 to October 31
Aula 200 Chiesa
Street Romania 32
Rome

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels with the International Ceramics Biennial

IAGA International, simultaneously with the Solo Exhibition Nicola VinciThe story of the Things will host an Exhibition on Ceramics Sculpture in collaboration with the International Ceramics Biennial 

From October 8 to October 22, 2015

at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, Strada Victor Deleu 1, Cluj Napoca 


IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at Art Market Budapest 2015

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at Art Market Budapest 2015
8-11 October 
Booth G118, Hall B

Millenáris (Park)
Kis Rókus utca 16–20
Budapest
Hungary

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at The Others 2015

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at The Others 2015
5-8 November

Ex Carcere Le Nuove
Via Paolo Borsellino 3
Torino
 Italy

Catalogue Marcello De Angelis_Spiritual Grounds

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents the new catalogue Marcello de Angelis_Spiritual Grounds
http://issuu.com/iagagallery/docs/marcello_de_angelis_-_spiritual_gro/1?e=14195861/13478052

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at The Solo Project

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at The Solo Project
17-21 June 
Booth G4
St. Jakobshalle
Brüglingerstrasse 19-21
Basel

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at ArtAthina 2015

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels at ArtAthina 2015
4-7 June 
Booth G3
Faliro Pavilion (TaeKwonDo)
Hellenic Olympic Properties
Athens 
Greece

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents the group exhibition_Otherwise the Loneliness

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents the group exhibition Otherwise the Loneliness
Official Opening Saturday June 6, at 6 p.m.
Curated by I. Bignotti and W. Bonomi

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels is proud to present you Andrei Ciurdarescu and Marco La Rosa at ART15LONDON

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels is proud to present you Andrei Ciurdarescu and Marco La Rosa at ART15LONDON.

Stand EM9
London's global artfair
OLYMPIA

OPENING HOURS

Wednesday 20 May

First Night 6pm – 9pm
Thursday 21 May
11am – 9pm
Friday 22 and Saturday 23 May

IAGA International presents Alexandra Muresan at LUISS Roma

IAGA International presents Alexandra Muresan at LUISS Rome
Transparencies, four forms of the invisible
GLASS
The official opening Wednesday
May 13, 2015, from 7 p.m

Open from May 13 to June 30
Aula 200 Chiesa
Street Romania 32
Rome

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Marcello De Angelis_Spiritual Grounds

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Marcello De Angelis_Spiritual Grounds
Official Opening Saturday April 18, at 6 p.m.
Curated by I. Bignotti and W. Bonomi

IAGA International with Alexandra Muresan and Silvia Inselvini and at Biennale Giovani Monza 2015

IAGA International with Alexandra Muresan and Silvia Inselvini and at Biennale Giovani Monza 2015

IAGA International with Silvia Inselvini and Alexandra Muresan at Biennale Giovani Monza 2015

Iaga InternationalArt GalleryAngels is proud to present to you 
Alexandra Muresan and Silvia Inselvini at Biennale Giovani Monza

Official opening
Saturday, April 
11 , from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., 

Monza, Arengario
Piazza Roma 1
Italy

from Tuesday to Friday 3 p.m., until 7 p.m.,
Saturday and Sunday, and during holidays 10 a.m., until 7 p.m.,
Thursday evening open until 11 p.m.,
Monday closed
— at Biennale Giovani Monza.

In the historical spaces of Palazzo dell’Arengario, in Piazza Roma, in Monza, will take place the 6th edition of Biennale Giovani Monza, from 11 April until 28 June 2015.
The importance of the initiative is given by the fact that for the first time opens to the site-specific, with five works located in different areas in addition to those set up in the historic building, and the choice of theme, the energy of the art, which is ranks among the keywords promoted by the Expo. The 2015 edition offers a selection of artists, Italian and not only, all under 35, representing the current scene, including Silvia Inselvini and Alexandra Muresan, in collaboration with our gallery IAGA International Art Gallery Angels


IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Alexandra Muresan at LUISS ROME

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Alexandra Muresan at LUISS ROME

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Alexandra Muresan at LUISS ROME

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Alexandra Muresan at LUISS ROME

OFF Course Brussels

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels and Nicola Vinci at OFF Course Brussels

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels and Alexandra Muresan

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels and Alexandra Muresan at Biennale Giovani Monza 2015

IAGA International with Silvia Inselvini and Alexandra Muresan at Biennale Giovani Monza 2015

IAGA International with Silvia Inselvini and Alexandra Muresan at Biennale Giovani Monza 2015

BIENNALE GIOVANI MONZA 2015  
11 aprile – 28 giugno  
Monza, Arengario  
Piazza Roma 1  

Comunicato stampa
 
Due importanti novità per la Biennale Giovani Monza, alla sua sesta edizione: da quest’anno l’iniziativa si svolge in centro città nel palazzo dell’Arengario, e per la prima volta si apre anche al site specific, con cinque opere collocate in altrettante aree a complemento di quelle allestite nello storico edificio. L’edizione si inscrive nelle iniziative della città per l’Expo, ed è declinata sul tema “energia”, fra le parole chiave della grande esposizione. Confermata la formula “30 artisti per 5 critici”, ideata da Ermanno Krumm per la prima edizione.   L’energia dell’arte come tema per l’edizione della Biennale Giovani Monza nell’anno dell’EXPO. Ormai tradizionale la formula dei cinque curatori invitati a presentare una rosa di sei artisti ciascuno, mentre alla Giuria del Premio d’Arte Città di Monza spetterà il compito di selezionare le opere vincitrici da acquisire e donare alle raccolte dei Musei Civici - Casa degli Umiliati. In questa sede, inaugurata meno di un anno fa, è presente una sezione permanente dedicata alla Biennale Giovani, che include parte delle opere vincitrici delle varie edizioni, periodicamente affiancata da una mostra temporanea che consente di ammirare a rotazione le altre opere.   Promotori  dell’iniziativa  sono  ancora  una  volta  il  Comune di Monza  e  il   Rotary Club Monza, intorno ai quali opera il Comitato Premio d’Arte Città di Monza, costituito nel 2009, che riunisce tutte le Istituzioni e le Associazioni Culturali del Territorio: Regione Lombardia-Cultura, Provincia di Monza e della Brianza, Consorzio Villa Reale e Parco di Monza, Camera di Commercio Monza e Brianza, Fondazione della Comunità di Monza e Brianza Onlus, Associazione Amici dei Musei di Monza e Brianza onlus, Università Popolare di Monza, Cenacolo dei Poeti e Artisti di Monza e Brianza, Confindustria Monza e Brianza, Confartigianato Imprese APA Milano Monza e Brianza, Unione Artigiani provincia di Milano, Associazione Pro Monza IAT.   Per promuovere una maggiore internazionalità nell’anno dell’Expo, per questa edizione della Biennale non sarà presente un solo paese straniero: a ogni curatore è stato richiesto di presentare un artista proveniente dall’estero nella rosa dei sei artisti invitati.   I cinque curatori invitati dal responsabile scientifico Daniele Astrologo Abadal per la sesta edizione sono: Anna Bernardini, presidente di Casa Testori e direttore di Villa e Collezione Panza – FAI di Varese; Ilaria Bignotti, storico e critico d’arte contemporanea, curatore indipendente; Fabio Cavallucci, direttore del Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci (Prato); Claudio Cerritelli, critico d’arte e docente di Storia dell’Arte Contemporanea presso l’Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera ; Elio Grazioli, critico d’arte contemporanea e di fotografia, docente di Storia dell’Arte contemporanea presso l’Università di Bergamo.   Gli artisti invitati da Anna Bernardini sono: Barbara Boiocchi, Elisabetta Falanga, Saba Masoumian, Aurora Paolillo, Simona Paladino, Mario Scudeletti. Ilaria Bignotti ha invitato: Massimiliano Gatti, Alberto Gianfreda, Silvia Inselvini,   Alexandra Mure?an, Giovanni Ozzola, Francesca Pasquali. Fabio Cavallucci ha invitato: Giulia Cenci, Tony Fiorentino, Agnieszka Polska, Maya Quattropani, Lorenzo Vitturi Virginia Zanetti. Per Claudio Cerritelli sono presenti gli artisti: Federica Cogo, Christian Cremona, Carola Ducoli, Juan Eugenio Ochoa, Michele Parisi, Giuliana Storino. Infine, Elio Grazioli ha invitato: Sara Benaglia, Casali+Roubini (Lorenzo Casali e Micol Roubini), Richard Loskot, Valentina Miorandi, Giovanni Oberti, Luca Resta.

  Francesca Dell'Aquila, Assessore alle Politiche Culturali e di Sostenibilità Comune di Monza e Presidente del Comitato Premio d’Arte Città di Monza, commenta: “Il   2015, anno significativo per la presenza di EXPO, ha portato il Comitato Premio d’Arte Città di Monza e i curatori invitati alla Biennale a lavorare sul tema ‘arte, energia per la vita’ che diventa il tema dato agli artisti e il filo conduttore che lega le trenta opere presenti in mostra”. Daniele Astrologo Abadal aggiunge: “Importante novità è la sede espositiva: dal Serrone della Villa Reale in pieno stile neoclassico all’Arengario, l’antico Palazzo Comunale risalente al XIII secolo.   In questo modo la Biennale occupa il centro storico di Monza, il suo cuore pulsante. Una ‘occupazione’ che non si limita alla vasta sala superiore dell’edificio ma si diffonde a livello urbano. Una scelta doverosa perché solo il coinvolgimento della città restituisce all’Arengario il suo valore originario: punto di riferimento per la vita operosa di una civiltà”. Conclude il coordinatore della   Biennale Gerardo Genghini: “È proprio l’energia creativa che manifesta tutto il suo potenziale nell’arte, nutrendo gli animi di bellezza, valore assoluto veicolato e plasmato nel flusso del mutamento continuo dell’energia stessa. Gli artisti di questa edizione si avvalgono del proprio saper fare unito al contributo della natura, della luce, della pietra, dell’acqua: di ciò che in natura vive e resiste e che riceve o genera energia vitale. È un anno di novità pur all’interno di una formula strutturata dal 2005: una Biennale che conserva e innova, che nella tradizione della sua essenza cerca tuttavia nuove vie espressive, aperture, orizzonti più ampi e una visione a tutto tondo delle cose”.   La Biennale eredita lo spirito della Mostra Nazionale di Pittura Premio Città di Monza, che dagli anni Cinquanta ha poi attraversato gli anni Ottanta, con una edizione nel 2002. Oggi le opere acquisite in queste lontane edizioni - fra cui i lavori di Pirandello, Zigaina, Radice, Turcato, Birolli, Vago, Raciti, Uncini e Bonalumi - sono visibili ai Musei Civici di Monza - Casa degli Umiliati.   Per l'edizione 2015 della Biennale Giovani Monza si conferma la presenza del Premio Rottapharm Biotech, che discende in linea diretta dal Premio Speciale Rottapharm Madaus istituito nel 2007, nato per sostenere giovani talenti dotati di spirito di innovazione e ricerca. Conferma anche per il Premio Camera di Commercio, volto a mettere in relazione giovani artisti e mondo dell’imprenditoria e dell’artigianato. Inoltre, è presente un ricco calendario di iniziative eterogenee – presentazioni, incontri, conferenze, approfondimenti - per tutti i giovedì sera, oltre a una serie di laboratori programmati nei fine settimana per bambini in età prescolare e scolare.  
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IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Fragment #2_OverTime

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents
Fragment #2_OverTime
B-side project Curated by W. Bonomi                                          
18 March-16 April 2015                                                 
IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Cluj Calling Project_Vento da Est

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Cluj Calling Project_Vento da Est
ARTEATRO Gallery, San Domenico Foundation
Via Verdelli, 6, Crema, Italy
Official Opening Saturday March 21, at 5 p.m.
Press Conference Tuesday, March 17, at 11:30 a.m.
Curated by I. Bignotti and W. Bonomi


Cluj Calling Project

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Cluj Calling Project
Saturday, February 7 2015
6 p.m. IAGA International Art Gallery Angels
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Saturday, on 7 February, from 6 p.m. at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, opens to the public the group-traveling exhibition:
Cluj Calling_Vento da Est.
The exhibition project presents an attentive selection of young Romanian artists who work exclusively for the Gallery IAGA: Bianca Brisan, Vlad Capusan, Andrei Ciurdarescu, Sabina Dragomir, Elena Ilas, Florin Marin, Alexandra Muresan.   The exhibition, curated by Ilaria Bignotti and Walter Bonomi, is an important event for the international critics and collectors, confirming the will of IAGA to be lively cultural platform whose main objective is to develop and promote dialogue between the Italian and Eastern European contemporary art, looking at a possible future where cultural exchange and international dialogue is really the foundation upon which to build a long-term art projects.  
After being set up in the spaces of IAGA Gallery in Cluj-Napoca, the exhibition will move it in Italy, in the spaces of the gallery Arteatro of the Foundation San Domenico in Crema.   As the title suggests of the exhibition, the works on display, many of which are specially created by artists, intend to reflect on the origins and transformations of a place and a culture, such as that east-European, and on the dialogue with the contemporary international scene, through languages of painting and sculpture which analyze the tradition from the present perspective.
The basis of much research, the guiding principle is that of metamorphosis and the creative process, analyzed through the creation of the work, in the balance between the final solution and the potential transformation of language. The themes are those eternal of man and history: the analysis of identity in relation to the eyes of the other, the conflict between public and intimate dimension of lived space, the comparison between the technologies and tradition, in a tension never resolved between memory and forgetfulness.   From the refined pictorial poetry of Sabina Dragomir, who faces the metamorphosis of her own body first photographing herself in the water, then reproducing the photos with black and white paintings of great elegance, to the womb-cocoon of Bianca Brisan, who photographs herself within tissues enveloping, then reviewing herself through painting, in works where the tension is in the trauma of appearing.
Elena Ilas approaches the problem of identity through a sculpture leaking, changeable, experimental, where the return to the theme of the face unites herself to his immediate negation, designed to reveal other hidden aspects of the ego of the artist in relation to the history both individual and collective. Florin Marin works on the relationship between tradition and innovation, investigating the epic events of their land through a narrative sculpture of great majesty. Vlad Capusan expresses himself with a violent paint, emotionally charged, full of suggestions, at high temperature: the works by Capusan are strange urban views, where the man is in a perpetual state of transition and challenge with their anxieties and desires. Collects traces of man in the world Andrei Ciurdarescu, attentive investigator of places and spaces where human passage is translated into sign, mark, gesture, the scene of a story to remember: his works, from the deep blacks, warm and pregnant colors, compose an album of great urban intensity. Finally, Alexandra Muresan: her work is expressed through an ancient technique and precious, that of glass that the young artist shapes with the support of metal meshes, creating works germinating, where nature becomes artifice and vice versa, in a panta rei whenever surprising beauty.  
An exhibition that will overwhelm the public as an enveloping wind, full of promises. A wind full of potential and of interest for the international contemporary art market. A wind that opens the curtain to the art of Eastern Europe, in a fascinating journey and capable of touching the great themes of life, of relationships, of human presence in space in the world, of the time and its variations, of days and years, of the anxiety of living in the awareness of feeling.  
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog that it will be presented after the opening, with installation views and site-specific photographs.  

Silvia Inselvini "I Giorni"

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels presents Silvia Inselvini at San Fedele 
with the work "I Giorni"
from 7- 24 January 2015

Marco La Rosa. Solo show

Marco La Rosa. Solo show 

ARTFIRST Bologna 2015
January 23 - 26 2015
January 22 VIP preview

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels invites you at the International ArtFair of Contemporary and Modern Art ARTFIRST Bologna 2015

Hall 26 Stand B94

Vincenzo Marsiglia_Interaction Shapes

Saturday, December 13, from 5 p.m., at Casa Matei Corvin and from 6 p.m., at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, opens to the public the solo exhibition: Vincenzo Marsiglia_Interaction Shapes
The exhibition, dedicated to an Italian artist known internationally for the interactive art, presents site-specific installations and new artworks, especially created for this project. As the title suggests, the exhibition displays surfaces, objects, interactive environments, changing shapes that will engage the viewer through changes in colors, dimensions, motions, sounds, like a kaleidoscope of visual and experiential potentiality, to make the public protagonist of the artwork, in a "call to the arts" unique in its kind.
At the base of the exhibition concept, Vincenzo Marsiglia intends to ask some questions that are central in this contemporary age:
which is the role of the artwork to the viewer?
which is the role of the viewer in relation to the artwork?
how to develop the potential emotional and sensory to the public?
how much the new technologies can influence the artistic research?
The path shows answers to these questions by demonstrating the great sensitivity of the artist to use the new products of digital technologies: videowalls, interactive paintings, sculptures made of wooden material and able to transform and amplify the sound of a genuine Stradivarius violin, and installations specifically designed to transform the spaces, are the focal points of an event that will be like a 360-degree experience, physical and mental. Reflecting and recognizing itself, communicating with the interactive works by Vincenzo Marsiglia, the audience will be active user and indeed even the co-author of the works, invited on a journey of discovery that will surprise you. The artist will have also communicate and interact with the peculiarities of modern space of the gallery, where their works will dialogue in a game of references, as well as in the spaces full of history of Casa Matei Corvin, a few steps away from the Gallery: space of the University of Art and Design, Casa Matei is perhaps the oldest private house in Cluj, built in Gothic style in the fifteenth century.  
The interactive artworks, if carefully designed and precisely known by the artist, avoiding the use of pure and sensational fun, constitute a potential unexplored by Museums and Galleries in Italy and Europe. Speaking of interactive shapes of art, Marsiglia presents a real method, a clear and precise design intention: the artist is the creator of a process that must be completed by the public and the dialogue is today the only possible form to overcome the distance between mythology of the object and passivity of viewer, in the belief that art can still be the engine of a project universally shared, visionary and practical, absolutely innovative yet deeply attentive to the man, to his desires, to his needs.  
The exhibition, curated by Ilaria Bignotti and Walter Bonomi, is therefore an important event for the international critics and collectors, confirming the will of IAGA to be lively cultural platform whose main objective is to develop and promote dialogue between the Italian and Eastern European contemporary art, thanks to the participation in art fairs, festivals and events of international contemporary art, looking at a possible future where cultural exchange and international dialogue is really the foundation upon which to build a long-term art projects.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog dedicated to the exhibition, with photos containing the site-specific installations made by artist, that it will be presented after the opening, with installation views and site-specific photographs.

Fragment #1

Fragment #1 a B-side project curated by Walter Bonomi

«I think it is explanatory of our time and of the melancholy of the work
when it is individual and it relates to the others in the loss and the lack of a
lost original completeness. The exposed faces and bodies all missing
something, bodies are groped in absolute silence, surfacing by memories
in black, glances from an oblivion of pleasure, identities that break and
recompose theirself».

Walter Bonomi

http://issuu.com/iagagallery/docs/fragment_1

Josef Nadj.Photograms

Sunday 30 November 2014, from 4.00 p.m., IAGA International Art Gallery Angels  opens to the public the solo exhibition: Joseph Nadj. Photograms.   In addition to being a choreographer, Josef Nadj engages in sculpting, drawing and making photographs.
The strong connection between his works of art and his stage creations is evident.  Josef Nadj formed a deep relationship with this new self-expressive technique during theatre rehearsals and was inspired to make further experiments with the photogram.   In fact the photogram is nothing other than a photo made without a camera, born out of the play of light that falls on a sensitive surface. It is becoming more and more characteristic of Josef Nadj’s art that movement is inevitably influencing the play of light. His first photograms were presented at the Festival D'Avignon in 2010, and subsequently at the Biennial of Visual Arts, Pancevo, Serbia and also at the December Dance Festival in Brugge. A significant selection of his works can now be seen at the Musée des Beaux Arts d’Orléans.  
“Thinking about photography, it was around twenty years ago that I decided to try this technique, but somehow I was not satisfied with the result and I put it aside. Two or three years ago I started working with it in a completely different way: I introduced movement into it. It must have been an object made of glass found at a flea market that started something in me. I thought about what would happen if I moved it. I have been trying this for a few years, and the opus is expanding nicely. In fact, I’m drawing over the paper. I work mainly with metal and glass; these materials break the light beautifully. Last year, during a Japanese tour, I started experimenting with a lighter, because I did not have enough light in my hotel room.   A special situation can teach one new things out of necessity: the flame creates nice transitions that a real light cannot do.” [Josef Nadj, the European time-sculptor – Photogram with text about Josef Nadj ‘Szkipé’].                  
The exhibition, curated by Hungarian Theatre Cluj, International Theatre Festival- Interferente., is therefore an interesting event for the international critics and collectors, confirming the will of IAGA to be lively cultural platform whose main objective is to develop and promote dialogue between the Italian and Eastern European contemporary art, thanks to the participation in art fairs, festivals and events of international contemporary art, looking at a possible future where cultural exchange and international dialogue is really the foundation upon which to build a long-term art projects.

Alexandra Muresan "Biennale Glass Award" 2014

Alexandra Muresan has been recently insigned of the "Biennale Glass Award" 2014 in the contest of Bienala Artelor Decorative 2014.

Catalogue Gravity of Variations/ Francesco Arecco and Marco La Rosa

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels  presents the new catalogue  Gravity of Variations. Francesco Arecco / Marco la Rosa.
You can browse the catalogue clicking below :
http://issuu.com/iagagallery/docs/arecco__la_rosa_gravity_of_variatio?utm_source=conversion_success&...

Silvia Inselvini San Fedele Young Artists Prize

Silvia Inselvini and IAGA International Art Gallery Angels #2
Silvia Inselvini's work at San Fedele Young Artists Prize won the special mention 2014. You can see the dedicated video on youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdePXcfEnl0&feature=youtu.be

Silvia Inselvini and IAGA International Art Gallery Angels

Silvia Inselvini represented by IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, won the special mention of the curators  Premio Artivisive San Fedele 2013/14 La Creazione. 

Silvia Inselvini won the Curators Prize at San Fedele Prize 2013-2014! Silvia Inselvini is the artist winner of the important Curators Prize of San Fedele Prize for Young Artists, one of the most famous and important prizes in Italy, open to international artists. The Gallery San Fedele was born after the war (1949) thanks to the work by Arcangelo Favaro. The current location of the Gallery is the same from from 1968, when it opened with a exhibition of American art, with works by Marc Rothko, Franz Kline and Robert Rauschenberg. Since the 50s, the gallery is known not only for hosting international artists, as Lucio Fontana, Marc Chagall, Robert Ryman to Henri Matisse and Mario Sironi, but for San Fedele Prize for Young Artists, to Greatly encouraged by Lucio Fontana, in fact this award was attended by some of the most representative artists,  as Claudio Parmiggiani, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Franco Vimercati, Enrico della Torre. This is a great opportunity for the artists and the staff of Gallery IAGA hope that other artists of IAGA will participate to the next Editions!

http://www.centrosanfedele.net/easyne2/LYT.aspx?Code=CCSF&IDLYT=14277&ST=SQL&SQL=ID_Documento=2202

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels and Artribune #21

 Artribune #21 talks about  IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, dedicating  an interview on the latest issue of the magazine.
"Un collezionista attorniato da uno staff composito e competente. Insieme decidono di aprire una galleria in un luogo vivace e dinamico. Che però sta in Romania. Ci siamo fatti spiegare le ragioni di questa scelta."

http://www.artribune.com/2014/09/artribune-magazine-21/

Gravity of Variations

GRAVITY OF VARIATIONS/Francesco Arecco and Marco La Rosa
September 13 until October 31 2014
6 p.m. at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

IAGA International Art Gallery Angels and Silvia Inselvini

 SILVIA INSELVINI
Classe 1987, ha conseguito il diploma di primo e secondo livello in Arti Visive presso l’Accademia di Belle Arti Santagiulia di Brescia. 
La sua ricerca è basata sul concetto di tempo, analizzato in prima persona attraverso la pratica operativa. Al centro di questa è l’azione intesa come processualità. La ripetizione e la variazione, espresse attraverso le forme meticolosamente distinte e pazientemente tracciate, cucite, impresse, intrecciate da Inselvini con una delicatezza consapevole della sofferenza del fare, sono gli elementi portanti della sua indagine sia a livello di poetica che di tecnica. 
La sua opera è rappresentata a livello internazionale da IAGA, International Art Gallery Angels, a Cluj-Napoca, in Romania. 
Nel 2014 ha ottenuto la menzione dei curatori al Premio Arti Visive San Fedele, Milano.
Tra le mostre recenti: 2014, "La Creazione", Premio Arti Visive San Fedele 2013-2014, a cura di A. Dall’Asta SJ, D. Astrologo, I. Bignotti, C. Canali, M. Galbiati, C. Gatti, M. Marchetti, K. McManus, M. Tavola; 2013, "Learned by Heart", a cura di E. Scigliano, Galleria Adiacenze, Bologna; 2012, "E quindi uscimmo a riveder le stelle: Il Viaggio", Premio Arti Visive San Fedele 2012,va cura di A. Dall’Asta SJ, D. Astrologo, I. Bignotti, C. Canali, M. Galbiati, C. Gatti, M. Marchetti, K. McManus, M. Tavola.

Cluj Calling Project_Part 3

 Cluj Calling Project, made by IAGA International, is present at Abbazia Di San Remigio, Parodi Ligure, Italia, guess of Festival Si Sale

Fragment#3

Iaga International is presenting : Fragment#3, a b-side Project curated by Bonomi Walter. Keyword : #oversaturation. From 25 August to 3 September

" This book contains not only a presentation of my works an of my writings but also an insight upon the purely performative  visual and linguistic  language  that sums up my works, my mind in action. It is not the product of a purely cumulative procession, but more of a complete engagement into a  ‘terminal’ behavior "
 

Nicola Vinci, Solo Exhibition, The Story of the Things

IAGA International presents : Nicola Vinci, Solo Exhibition, The story of the Things
Vernissage Saturday 5 September 6 pm
at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, Strada Victor Deleu 1, Cluj Napoca 

Saturday, September 5, from 6 p.m., at IAGA International Art Gallery Angels, opens to the public the solo exhibition: Nicola Vinci. The story of the things. The exhibition, dedicated to one of the most lyrical and narrative Italian photographers, internationally known and followed by more careful criticism, presents a selection of photographs of the highest quality.
On display are the cycle of Storie (Stories), realized in 2013 and composed of ten environments of deep and disturbing poem, where two children are questioning the observer, asking in a gentle way the mystery of life, the feelings of the beginning and of the end of things. Questions that only children could make, with rooms full of suspended time, between objects that tell a story intimate and elusive, yet known to all: that the life of every day, full of spirituality and poetry.
Each photo is made with true Giclèe print and mounted on dibond; another cycle on display is entitled Il Nodo (The Knot): the photographs are arranged in a composition of several pieces, to form landscapes as fragments of glances and places, once again intended to question the public on the significance of time and space through the vision of environments, the streets, the skies and details that we look and life every day.
The exhibition, curated by Ilaria Bignotti and Walter Bonomi, is therefore an important event for the international critics and collectors, confirming the will of IAGA to be lively cultural platform whose main objective is to develop and promote dialogue between the Italian and Eastern European contemporary art, thanks to the participation in art fairs, festivals and events of international contemporary art, looking at a possible future where cultural exchange and international dialogue is really the foundation upon which to build a long-term art projects.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog dedicated to the exhibition, with photos containing the site-specific installations made by artist, that it will be presented after the opening, with installation views and site-specific photographs.