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Contemporary Montalcino: interview with La Linea Gallery

Why is it worth going to Montalcino to visit a contemporary art gallery (besides drinking a delicious glass of wine)? We went to Stanza 251 and the result is this interview in which Matteo Scuffiotti told us about the history and vocation of his gallery “La Linea”.

By |March 25th, 2019|On focus|0 Comments

WORDS THAT I HAVEN’T TOLD YOU – the first solo exhibition of the painter Luca Rubegni

On Saturday 13th of April at 6.00 pm, we are pleased to inaugurate the first solo exhibition of the painter Luca Rubegni.
The exhibition – entitled “Words that I haven’t told you” – which will remain open until the 5th of May – it will be presented by the texts written by Omar Galliani and Matteo […]

By |March 25th, 2019|Uncategorized, Events|0 Comments

ANTITESI – Barbieri, Cestari and Gasperini on exhibition

Barbieri, Cestari and Gasperini are the three artists who dedicated their entire lives to the representation of the city.

A city which they investigated thoroughly, each one according to his own personal research and history, and which they expressed pictorially and graphically in the most varied approaches possible yet always with the ultimate aim of understanding […]

By |May 17th, 2018|Events|0 Comments

“Flow shooting” – a Giacomo De Carolis solo exhibition

We are pleased to present Giacomo De Carolis, photographer represented by our gallery, with his second personal exhibition titled Flow Shooting, edited by Tamara Detti.

Anyone who is looking at a photographic job naturally associates the series of shots with a process occurred through a predefined scheme, usually predisposed to achieving a result, imagining that the […]

By |November 25th, 2017|Events|0 Comments

“Femina” – a Paolo De Cuarto solo exhibition

We are extremely proud to present the solo exhibition of the artist Paolo De Cuarto entitled “Femina”, edited by Emma Pirozzi.

The exhibition – from April 1 to April 23 – is a real celebration of female sensuality of the early twentieth century expressed through the style, technique and pictorial sensibility typical of the author, who has always focused […]

By |March 16th, 2017|Events|0 Comments

A SICK BOY – Michele Guidarini solo show

During SETUP CONTEMPORARY | ARTFAIR 2017 on January 27 • 28 • 29 in Bologna
Galleria La Linea presents A SICK BOY
Michele Guidarini Solo Exhibition curated by Eva di Tullio
“Every order is an action of an equilibrium of extremely precariousness” says Walter Benjamin. And order, equilibrium and precariousness are the three words that describe the project […]

By |January 15th, 2017|Events|0 Comments

“In-Finito” – una personale di Luca Grechi

We are pleased to inaugurate the private personal exhibition of painter Luca Grechi, arranged by Davide Sarchioni, a project that aims to deepen the meaning of the work of the young artist so as to conduct an analysis of his peculiar creative process.

Luca Grechi is a painter who is more intimately tied to the necessity […]

By |November 17th, 2016|Events|0 Comments

Massimo Gasperini

His drawings are investigating a new relationship between artifice, structure and nature. New imaginary and architectural metaphors organisms, symbolic landscapes, epiphanies of places manifest a state of uneasy about certain urban conditions. Archetypes and symbols report looked at an abstract dimension, necessary to reflect on the meaning of architecture.

Unconscious expressions which are concentrated in […]

By |October 3rd, 2016|On focus|0 Comments

Camera chiara – Camera oscura

Saturday 15 October, 18:00, we are pleased to inaugurate the personal exhibition of the photographer Giacomo De Carolis.
The exhibition, entitled “Camera chiara – Camera oscura” – on calendar of this Art Gallery until next 30 October – is curated by Tamara Detti and Giuseppe Sanfilippo and is dedicated to a series of black and white […]

By |October 3rd, 2016|Events|0 Comments

MIRRORED IDENTITY – After Nanjing

“I didn’t know it before, but I’ve always painted Chinese cities.”
That’s what Francesco Barbieri told me when his residency at Nanjing University was coming to an end.

This insight – an “epiphany” of some sort – not only provides us with privileged access to the works included in this exhibition, but also illuminates Barbieri’s overall artistic […]

By |May 3rd, 2016|On focus|0 Comments