Peola Simondi Arte Contemporanea

  • Dietmar Lutz

This is the first exhibition in Italy of the German artist Dietmar Lutz. The exhibition, organized by Alberto Peola Gallery, presents a series a work inspired by Thomas Bernhard’s novel Frost.
The subjects of these large scale paintings have been taken from photographs that the artist took when he was sixteen and seventeen years old, and from recent photographs of friends. The landscape which serves as a background to his work is a small village in the south of Germany where Lutz lived until he was seventeen.

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May 6 - June 28, 2003

  • Nzingah Muhammad

Nzingah Muhammad is an Afro-American artist, who was born into and brought up by an extended family in New York. Her family is made up of a father, six mothers and thirty brothers and sisters. Being a young coloured Muslim woman who has always lived in the heart of Western civilisation, as well as her thorough understanding of the Islamic traditions of her African roots, has provided Nzingah with a rich source of multiple-identity crosscurrents that she weaves into her artistic work.

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March 4 - April 12, 2003

Exposure is a reference both to exposure to prying eyes in a public space and to the amount of time film is exposed to light for realty to be burnt onto it.
Shots of people sitting in cars as they wait at traffic lights play on four monitors placed in a line. Chiara Pirito filmed these cars at the same traffic lights in Athens on twelve consecutive days from sunset until late at night. She selected and edited these images for a four-sequence video installation, freezing some images, which have become pieces in their own right.

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January 14 - February 22, 2003

«I think it's difficult to choose, to decide of one thing is more important than another. So what I try to do is choose without having to make a decision». True to his word, Martin Creed makes use of things that already exist, everyday things, or immaterial things - air, noise, light, a door-. He uses them to make and at the same time not to make in an attempt to achieve an impossible equilibrium, a 'perfect nothing.' 

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November 8 - December 21, 2002

Lala Meredith-Vula produces large scale black and white photographs. In these formally elegant and refined works, the artist tries to capture the beauty inherent in daily life, making a record of moments of natural beauty as they appear before her; even in scenes of suffering and marginalization. This research places her work somewhere between documentary photography and art, as it cements a cold and detached analytical observation to empathising with her own experience.

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September 17 - October 31, 2002

  • Laura Matei

curated by Francesca Pasini

June 18 - September 14, 2002

  • Marco Neri
May 23 - June 15, 2002

Perino and Vele´s work is made up of a myriad of small padded embroided papier maché cushion-like forms which are glued together onto iron and fibreglass structures to give the appearance of gigantic everyday forms, apparently soft and gentle to the touch, but in reality hard.

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April 17 - May 18, 2002