AUGUST 8 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2023
After the success at the Castello Scaligero Castle di Malcesine, an additional section of the exhibition Memorie dal Futuro, curated by Marina Pizziolo with sculptural works by Katja Loher and Dario Tironi, opens in the spaces of KROMYA Art Gallery in Verona. While works of a monumental nature are exhibited in Malcesine, smaller works are presented in Verona: seven blown-glass video sculptures by Katja Loher and seven sculptures by Dario Tironi, capable of forging an even more direct and engaging visual confrontation.
KROMYA Art Gallery in Verona presents, from Oct. 6 to Dec. 2, 2023, Lo stesso cielo, ogni notte, Luca Marignoni's first solo exhibition, curated by Luca Massimo Barbero. The exhibition will open on Friday, October 6, at 6 p.m., in the presence of the artist and the curator.
Roserì’s painting stands out for her use of unique lights and colors, creating parallel worlds. The exhibition presents works that evade definition, posing as a journey into the unknown and the deep, which transports the viewer with fluid and precise brushstrokes, vortices and cascades of blues and reds.
FEBRUARY 18 - MARCH 31, 2023
KROMYA Art Gallery Verona presents an exhibition project that places sculpture and design in dialogue with the universe of jewelry and goldsmithing design: the invited artists, well-known in their respective fields, have been asked to exhibit some of their most significant works and have placed them in relation to precious ornament, on which they have declined in different ways some pivotal aspects of their poetics.
NOVEMBER 2, 2022 - JANUARY 15, 2023
KROMYA Art Gallery in Verona presents the first solo gallery exhibition of artist Federico Ferrarini entitled Stonestar, curated by Chiara Canali.
The exhibition joins in a unified project the pictorial and sculptural production of the last few years, arising from a reflection on the concept of Stargate as an archetypal element that correlates different and opposite entities, sun and earth, human and divine, male and female, pain and pleasure.
OCTOBER 1 - NOVEMBER 19, 2022
With "The Hidden Part", Pinelli continues his careful pictorial investigation in which abstraction and figuration combine in a mutual desire for annulment and evidence. Indeed, he has long correlated analysis and memory, vision and thought with his paintings through images that try to explicate the contradictions of being and existence. The object of special observation is human behavior, in which anthropic sociology and natural instinctuality correspond and correlate.
MAY 21 - JULY 24, 2022
The theme chosen by the artist seems particularly timely in the phase of profound uncertainty we are currently experiencing. With Pax Naturae, the Medial Framework invented by Coltro in 2001 becomes, in fact, an interpreter of nature as an element tending toward a progressive pacification.
Landscapes, skies, arborescences take on a new meaning in this perspective where digital intervention captures the totalizing aspect of a nature in perpetual transformation.
APRIL 20 - MAY 18, 2022
The exhibition includes thirty works in mixed media on cardboard, made from the '70s to today, with the addition of some unpublished works. The absolute protagonist of this new production is the color, which connects the individual paintings in the construction of a new syntax.
FEBRUARY 26 - APRIL 8, 2022
Through painting and sculpture OSSIMORI questions the truth of what appears with actions that generate a continuous redefinition of the perception. Deception and mimesis, revelation and representation are the terms with which each of their interventions reconfigures the data acquired by the gaze.
DECEMBER 11, 2021 - FEBRUARY 5, 2022
The "Grammature di colore" on plaster support by Elio Marchegiani interact with the Cacciola’s works "Senza Titolo", based on cement and asbestos on canvas.
The exhibition aims to promote a new and in-depth reflection on the art of the two authors, early exponents of Analytical Painting and the pictorial-material sensitization of the supports.
MAY 8 - JUNE 12, 2021
The main theme of the exhibition is space and the relationships between images and composition, between perception and thought. Painting and sculpture are the languages used by the artist to explore this theme. The exhibited works show Campus’ attention to concreteness in painting and ideal representation in sculpture.
OCTOBER 5 - NOVEMBER 20, 2021
After the positive feedback obtained on the occasion of Miart 2021, the international fair of modern and contemporary art in Milan, KROMYA Art Gallery brings the "Assoluto Naturale" project by the artists Flavio Paulucci and Giovanni Frangi to its gallery in Verona, in dialogue on the symbolic value of natural elements.
NOVEMBER 6 - DECEMBER 12, 2020
With the solo show dedicated to Giorgio Griffa, the exhibition activity of KROMYA Art Gallery in Verona is inaugurated.
The exhibition includes a significant number of paintings, both on canvas and paper, evidence of the different pictorial cycles that intertwine and overlap, accentuating the a-temporality of the artist's pictorial dictation.
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