There isn’t even an official closing date. Once you’ve settled into the exhibition, however, the vagaries of the arrangement quickly turn into a kind of energizing force, as each distinctly different artwork thrusts its elbows in the direction of its neighbors, some more insistently than others. The difference between the works is very evidence. But so the exhibition goes, with tone shifts tallying more disparate than harmonious moments, but the innate handsomeness of each piece — there is a masterful sense of polish evident everywhere, even in the most emotionally raw works — transforms disjointedness into surprise. 'Working, Thinking, Seeing' group show continues at Rossocinabro (Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, Roma) for a few more weeks.
Janice Alamanou, Tamara Budnikova, Laslo Cikos, Jürgen Eckey, Jörg Galka-Teisseyre, Katharina Goldyn, Ana Paola González, Christina Haupts, Michael Jastrzembski, Osamu Jinguij, Barbro Jonasson, Aleksandra Kosoń, Lady Yupiigold, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Sebastián López Durán, Stjepko Mamic, Walter Marin, Alexandra Mekhanik, Friedhard Meyer, Elvio Miressi, Muisco, Gabrielle Mutti, Mirja Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Marlen Peix, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Amanda Ruck, Meir Salomon, Martin Severinson, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Vera Tsepkova, Valérie Vandermotten, Anthony Vella
New artists: Dagmar Colen, Emma, Eivor Ewalds, Raphael Gindt, Fu Wenjun, Barbara Holter, Gary Hopkins, Stefanie Kamrath, Judy Lange, Nevine Mattar, Giulia Quaranta Provenzano, Sandra Schawalder, Shigeru K, Pelle Wadströmer