Nuova Galleria Morone presents Hypothesis (for a Collection), a dynamic, evolving exhibition – divided into three acts – that will end in July. By exhibiting the works of artists who have collaborated and exhibited at the gallery over the past ten years, from 2011 to the present, as well as new proposals, Nuova Galleria Morone aims to offer new ideas and perspectives on collecting. Through a visual comparison of the various languages of contemporaneity, the works of Hypotheis (for a collection) – Act II – will dialogue with each other on painting in its various facets. The exhibition will be open to visitors in the spaces of the Nuova Galleria Morone from 7 to 25 June 2021.
Hypothesis understood as supposition and ideas for a collection; a starting point for the process of further reworking and fruitful debate in front of the works. Every language possesses a personal communicative code, every image is the bearer of a specific message that derives from the cultural environment within which it developed and from its function. Knowing how to read a work of art, be it a painting, sculpture, installation or photograph, mainly means decoding its messages through the use of visual language.
Amidst doubts, uncertainties and fears, the only point of reference during this – now long – period has been the home. Having proved to be a refuge, it has once again become a place to live and inhabit, a place to love and take care of. Empty walls, incomplete spaces, unadorned walls. Our intention – following careful reflection – is to propose and share, in three Acts, works in search of a rebirth, whether they are on the walls of the gallery, scrutinised by the eyes of curious visitors, or within the walls of a house, cradled by conscious gazes.
The second appointment or act will feature the artists and their painting. A dialogue that will range from the figurative painting of Domenico Grenci, Enrico Minguzzi, Alessandro Saturno; to the abstraction of Marco Andrighetto and Antonio Marchetti Lamera, to the pictorial installation of Giovanni Blanco and Marco Grimaldi, up to a painting that from the canvas reveals itself as sculpture by Nataly Maier.