- National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts
- 27 marzo – 4 luglio 2021
On the occasion of ArtBasel OVR: Pioneers, LiaRumma Gallery is pleased to present a selection of works by artists who over the years have proven to be absolute trailblazers in their respective fields. Marina Abramovic, Vanessa Beecroft, William Kentridge, Joseph Kosuth, Ugo Mulas, Haim Steinbach, Gilberto Zorio are just a few of the Pioneers that Lia Rumma Gallery is thrilled to propose for this new iteration of Art Basel OVR. These artists - each in a different field - have contributed decisively to Contemporary Art undertaking new and unprecedented paths - interfacing with the immense possibilities of their specific mediums. Photography, Performance, Conceptual Art, Arte Povera thus recognize in these artists the fathers and mothers who have explored and opened new paths within these languages.
Lia Rumma and her team congratulate Alfredo Jaar on being awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa in New Technologies by the Albertina Fine Arts Academy of Turin
The new Kentridge Studio website is live. Explore William Kentridge's work by medium and year, take a deep dive into selected projects, see what’s happening in the studio and keep track of upcoming events. In Cabinet find idiosyncratic selections of William's work around particular themes. The Reading Room offers essays, articles, books and musings about the work, by William and a range of authors.
Lia Rumma Gallery is happy to participate in Artefiera PLAYLIST: not a digital fair but a 360° look at the arts. For the occasion, we present a focus on "Weightless", Luca Monterastelli's solo show currently on view at our gallery in Naples.
My Heart is a Void, the Void is a Mirror is an articulated project that completely absorbs the current artistic research of Gian Maria Tosatti. The focus of this investigation is the crisis of democracy and the subsequent fading of Western Civilization, born in Athens at the time of Pericles. In 2018, the artist started a pilgrimage across the world which brought him to many cities and countries in order to portray the complexity of the present era in each of them. Each work that he created as part of this process forms a sort of episode in a visual novel where visions, prophecies and reality are indistinguishable.
On the occasion of Wopart 2020, Lia Rumma Gallery is thrilled to present a special selection of works on paper by: Michele Guido, Marzia Migliora, Vanessa Beecroft, Alfredo Jaar, Ilya&Emilia Kabakov, Joseph Kosuth, William Kentridge, Clegg & Guttmann, Wael Shawky, David Lamelas, Gian Maria Tosatti, Domenico Antonio Mancini, Ugo Mulas, Tobias Zielony, Giuliano Dal Molin e Gilberto Zorio.
Contemporaneamente is a collective opening of more than 30 contemporary art spaces in the Campania region which will open their doors on 17 - 18 - 19 December sending a strong message of cohesion that celebrates the vigour and vitality of contemporary culture in the Campania region even during these uncertain times. Lia Rumma Gallery in NAPLES will join the event with the exhibition Weightless by Luca Monterastelli. In accordance with government guidelines and in order to protect the safety of visitors and gallery staff, anti-Covid restrictions will be observed. The exhibition will be open from 11 am to 7 pm in limited groups, max 3 person each The use of masks is mandatory Free entrance
Works by: Vanessa Beecroft, Giuliano Dal Molin, Michele Guido, Alfredo Jaar, William Kentridge, Joseph Kosuth, Mancini, Migliora, Mocellin Pellegrini, Monterastelli, Mulas, Tosatti, Zielony
Lia Rumma Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in the latest iteration of Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms, OVR:20c, which focuses exclusively on artworks produced in the 20th century. For Art Basel OVR:20c we will present a selection of special and rarely exhibited works celebrating a fundamental decade in the history of Art and of the gallery: the 80s.
Haim Steinbach in conversation with Gianni Jetzer
For Frieze Viewing Room, Lia Rumma Gallery is pleased to present a selection of works focused on the theme “Back to Simplicity”. Inspired by the homonymous series conceived by Marina Abramović in 2010, Lia Rumma Gallery intends to outline - through the works presented - the widespread wish for a return to simplicity intended both in artistic and existential terms. In the light of an increasingly complex and contradictory contemporaneity, there is in fact a common and general desire to return to the simplicity of the origins, only apparently lost and distant. The works featured in the Viewing Room are presented as the voices of this common feeling.
MARZIA MIGLIORA curated by Matteo Lucchetti
David Lamelas will present Argentina II: Time as Activity, Argentina III: Movies and Television, Argentina IV: In Our Time
On the occasion of Art Basel Online Viewing Rooms and of William Kentridge's solo show Waiting for the Sibyl and other histories at Lia Rumma Gallery in Milan, we are pleased to present the artist in live conversation with Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, director of Castello di Rivoli, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea