Exhibition

Nothing really matters

15 Mar 2021 – 2 Apr 2021

Regular hours

Monday
11:00 – 17:00
Tuesday
11:00 – 17:00
Wednesday
11:00 – 17:00
Thursday
11:00 – 17:00
Friday
11:00 – 17:00
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Free admission

rossocinabro

Rome
Lazio, Italy

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  • A - B
  • Trenitalia - Italo (Termini Station)

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Personal reflection into the emotional, psychological and spiritual impact of the isolation and the whole gamut of emotions and reactions as experienced by all of ones in this last year.

About

Rossocinabro presents Nothing Really Matters, a group exhibition with works represent the artists' own musings and personal reflection into the emotional, psychological and spiritual impact of the isolation, loss, separation, confusion, fear, solitude, and the whole gamut of emotions and reactions as experienced by all of ones in this last year.

Throughout the realizations of their works, the artists strive to find purpose for their/his being, and the necessity and worth of their/the work’s existence. The dialogues are never explicit. They could be both an internal debate of the artist as they consider the implications of producing artwork for other their audience; but he could also just be talking to you (after all, he did do this for you).

Nothing matters once again. Regarding the perception of the world, all works represent quite similar manner of thinking. Nothing really matters - but that doesn’t mean your life can’t look incredible. Look these artworks to give you a gentle nudge of pessimism.

On rossocinabro you will find all the in-depth information pages on the artists in exhibition

Featured Artists: Cecilia Álvarez, Alessandro Angeletti, Brian Avadka Colez, Heike Baltruweit, Naqiba Bergefurt, Kyna De Schouël, Onno Dröge, Andreas Ender, Gabi Simon Artworks Concept, Jasmine Genzel, Grant Pace, Evaldas Gulbinas, Andrew Heiser, Alexandra Kordas, Michael Jiliak, Fiona Livingstone, Cox Nathanael, O'd, Kseniya Oudenot, Ann Palmer, Gerhard Petzl, Ludwika Pilat, Sal Ponce Enrile, Soha Jeong Kyoung-Mee, Stopar Nina, Belle Roth, Taka & Megu, Stéphane Vereecken

Curator Cristina Madini

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Since the very beginning of its activity gallery has been working to achieve the envisioned goals – discovering promising artists and representing the hottest trends of art. Also, the experience accumulated in working with young artists allows promoting the career of the represented artists since the early stages, too. The gallery’s dynamic international activity and wide network have contributed to the international recognition of several artists. The work of the gallery’s artists has represented in major city of the world: Tokyo, New Yorks, Shanghai and naturally Rome. The gallery’s artists have garnered critical acclaim in competitions held by the world’s renowned art institutions (Arte Laguna, Premio Combat, Saatchi Painted Faces, Celeste Prize etc.)

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Curators

Cristina Madini

Exhibiting artists

Soha Jeong Kyoung-Mee

Stéphane Vereecken

Naqiba Bergefurt

Fiona Livingstone

Andrew Heiser

Brian Avadka Colez

Kseniya Oudenot

Jasmine Genzel

Alessandro Angeletti

Sal Ponce Enrile

Gabi Simon Artworks Concept

Andreas Ender

Heike Baltruweit

Grant Pace

Ludwika Pilat

Taka & Megu

Cox Nathanael

Belle Roth

Ann Palmer

Michael Jiliak

Gerhard Petzl

Onno Dröge

Kyna De Schouël

Nina Stopar

Cecilia Álvarez

Evaldas Gulbinas

O'd

Alexandra Kordas

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