This new fall-season at Cellar Contemporary opens with the collective exhibition "Untitled-An Insight on US paper" and continues with the solo exhibition of the young Italian artist Bruno Fantelli entitled "Balzo di Specie".
The fair had some success in terms of proposals, audience and sales, especially in the more affordable range. «Pretty good» commented Camilla Nacci, representing the galleries Cellar Contemporary and Studio Raffaelli of Trento : «Sales were mainly in the range between one thousand and 5 thousand euros, difficult to conclude for higher figures: Bruno Fantelli, finalist for the Cairo Award, did very well, while the 80s Americans did well for Studio Raffaelli".
An article of the current exhibition "Time + Nodugwana: An Ode to My Grandmother" by the artist Zana Masombuka was published in the "Culture and Entertainment" section by the Corriere del Trentino.
An article about the current exhibitions "Time + Nodugwana: An Ode to My Grandmother" by the artist Zana Masombuka and "Fluffy Paws" by Misaki Kawai was published in the "Culture + Arts" section by Franzmagazine.
OBLO' is a PGZ project in collaboration with Cellar Contemporary, a contemporary art gallery in Trento, created to bring out topics related to contemporary art through living rooms, talks and experiential trips and studio visit.
In this article dedicated to Federico Lanaro, the author investigates how the artist finds inspirations and create his artworks.
In this article dedicated to David Aaron Angeli, the author investigates the stories which inspired some of the artist's sculptures related to myths of all times.
Juliet Art Magazine tell us about Denis Riva and how the artist transform "semplici avanzi" in "stati di avanzamento".
The sculptures of David Aaron Angeli and the artworks of Jarmila Mitrikova & David Demjanovis are published on the dedicated service to the project of Architect Giovanni Totti on AD Spain.
The sculptures of David Aaron Angeli and the artworks of Jarmila Mitrikova & David Demjanovic are published on the project dedicated service of Architect Giacomo Totti on Living Corriere.
by Davide Raffaelli