17 October 2019 - 08 March 2020

on the spiritual matter of art

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gallery 4
curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi

JOHN ARMLEDER | MATILDE CASSANI | FRANCESCO CLEMENTE | ENZO CUCCHI | ELISABETTA DI MAGGIO | JIMMIE DURHAM | HARIS EPAMINONDA | HASSAN KHAN | KIMSOOJA | ABDOULAYE KONATÉ | VICTOR MAN | SHIRIN NESHAT | YOKO ONO | MICHAL ROVNER | REMO SALVADORI | TOMÁS SARACENO | SEAN SCULLY | JEREMY SHAW | NAMSAL SIEDLECKI

What does it mean today to talk about spirituality? on the spiritual matter of art is a project that investigates the issue of the spiritual through the lens of contemporary art and, at the same time, that of the ancient history of Rome. In a layout offering diverse possible paths, the exhibition features the works of 19 artists, leading names on the international scene from very different backgrounds and cultures.

In a rigorously non-confessional vision, the exhibition, therefore, brings together works of contemporary art with a selection of archaeological relics from the capital’s leading museums: the Vatican Museums, the National Roman Museum, the Capitoline Museums and the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia.

Elisabetta Di Maggio, Greetings from Venice, 2018 |  paper, stamps, glass, variable dimension | Photo © Agostino Osio | Courtesy Galleria Christian Stein, Milano