AAR Gallery

City: 
Rome

Cinque Mostre 2017 - Vision(s) :

Cinque Mostre 2017 is an annual exhibition of work by current Rome Prize Fellows and invited artists curated by Ilaria Gianni with assistance from Saverio Verini.

Every Friday at 5pm, one or two artists participating in the exhibition Cinque Mostre 2017 - Vision(s) : will give brief presentations on their work.

February 24
Yasmin Vobis / Robert Hutchison (English)

March 3   
Phu Hoang / Rachely Rotem (English)
Saverio Verini (full tour, Italian)

Dawn Kasper - On Desire or THE METHOD

As part of the ongoing exhibition Studio Systems, artist Dawn Kasper performs a new, site-specific sound composition and sculptural environment exploring historical references to the philosophy of desire. Using a process-based and itinerant approach (she has worked outside a permanent studio since 2008), Kasper creates a kind of living sculpture she calls the Nomadic Studio Practice Experiment.

Studio Systems

Yuri Ancarani, Richard Barnes (Fellow 2006), Anna Betbeze (Fellow 2014), Suzanne Bocanegra (Fellow 1992), Petra Cortright, Marcel Duchamp, Philip Guston (Fellow 1949, Resident 1971), Josephine Halvorson, Dawn Kasper, Bryony Roberts (Booth Family Rome Prize)

Cinque Mostre 2015

Cinque Mostre 2015 is an annual exhibition of work by current Rome Prize Fellows. This year it includes Fellow-curated collaborative projects and a guest-curated project by Ilaria Marotta and Andrea Baccin of Cura. in which Fellows in several disciplines and invited artists take part in a multi-faceted exhibition, Milk Revolution, installed in various sites throughout the McKim, Mead & White Building.

Milk Revolution

Curated by Ilaria Marotta and Andrea Baccin of CURA.

Nero su Bianco

FEATURED ARTISTS:

Terry Adkins, Francesco Arena, Bridget Baker, Elisabetta Benassi, Adam Broomberg/Oliver Chanarin, Alessandro Ceresoli, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Onyedika Chuke, Theo Eshetu, Lyle Ashton Harris, Emily Jacir, Invernomuto, Vincenzo Latronico/Armin Linke, Meleko Mokgosi, Senam Okudzeto, Jebila Okongwu, Pietro Ruffo, Lorna Simpson, Giuseppe Stampone, Justin Randolph Thompson, Nari Ward, Carrie Mae Weems, Stanley Whitney, Fred Wilson.

Charles Mayton, Tableau Table Tavolo

Charles Mayton’s first solo exhibition in Italy presents a series of new works conceived expressly for the American Academy in Rome interrogating the techniques and vocabulary of painting, as well as its historical muses and conventions. Comprised of paintings citing classical, modern and contemporary forms, the installation, presented as a frieze of vignettes, posits a productive tension between pure material and represented image.

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