Thursday, 18 April 2019 - Saturday, 31 August 2019
10-12 a.m. / 3 - 6 p.m.

When four italian aritist with a such talented and esthetic power are presented together, we can can discover a spectacular exhibition ! Fabio VIALE (1975 - ) is an Italian sculptor who uses a traditional and pretentious
medium to reflect on contemporary thought and behavior, with references to art
history – a focus on Italian sculpture – and symbols that have and continue to
influence human beliefs and ideals. His remarkable technical mastery allows the
artist to create from marble accurate and intricate replicas of everyday objects and
life-size Venuses or Madonnas, with the texture and appearance of Styrofoam, paper,
rubber or tattoed skin.

Pablo ATCHUGARRY (1954 - ) is an Uruguayan artist, living and working in Italy,
best known for his abstract sculptural art. Since 1989, his poetic sculptural style
has caused Atchugarry to express himself through monumental works in various
marbles with preference for Carrara marble. Considered as a major contemporary
sculptor, his works are included in many high collections, both private and public,
and he has held more than one hundred solo and collective exhibitions worldwide.

Mario SCHIFANO (1934 – 1998) was an Italian painter best known for his
Postmodern collages combining advertising imagery, wrapping paper and painted
elements. His work often referred to popular culture or art history featuring wellknown
brand logos or kitsch recurring motifs in the vein of Pop-Art. Constantly
adapting to contemporary culture, Schifano worked in numerous media, shifting
between film, music or photography – often employing more than one at a time. He
was invited to the Venice Biennale in 1982 and 1984 ; during this period, Schifano
focused on nature emerged (fields, waves, deserts using sand…). He is one of the
most important artist from the Post War period.

Sergio FERMARIELLO (1961 – ) is an Italian artist, born in Naples. At the age of
20, he decides to devote himself exclusively to Art. In 1989 he exhibited his works
for the first time in a one-man show at the Galleria Lucio Amelio with which he
embarked on a long working partnership. The same year, he won the Saatchi &
Saatchi international Prize for Young Artists at the Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan.
In the middle of the 80’s, his subject tended towards grainy images and repeated
signs from which would emerge the warrior, an icon that was to be a regular feature
of Fermariello’s works. In 1993 he was called by Achille Bonito Oliva to participate
in the Venice Biennale with an individual room in the Italy Pavilion.