Projektvorschlag für die Installation im Cubo Garutti. Courtesy of the artist.
12/03/ – 27/05/2019
Pentagram, 2009. Courtesy of the artist.
curated by Letizia Ragaglia
Vernissage: 25/01/2019 7 pm
26/01/ – 28/04/2019
In her videos, films and installations, Keren Cytter (b. Tel Aviv, 1977, lives and works in New York) depicts how media, and especially social media clichés, permeate our daily lives. Using a cyclical, non-linear logic, her approach subverts linguistic conventions and traditional mechanisms of interpretation. With an explicit focus on amateur videos, her montages of impressions, memories and fantasies give rise to poetic and self-referential compositions with a penchant for intense and artificial scenes. At Museion, Keren Cytter will present an exhibition on the theme of time and the different stages in life. Previous works will be displayed alongside new ones and there will be a number of drawings – some exhibited on the museum’s glass facades – as well as a new animated film that highlights her work as an author of children’s books.
First solo exhibition in an Italian museum.
curated by Ingvild Goetz, Leo Lencsés, Karsten Löckemann, Letizia Ragaglia, Elena Re
Vernissage: 12/10/2018 7 pm
13/10/2018 – 24/03/2019
Fascinating, multifaceted and profound: These are the words that come to mind when describing the Italian art that will be on view in the show Tutto starting 13 October 2018. Visitors will be treated to more than 100 works – mainly paintings and photographs – by more than 30 Italian artists represented in the Sammlung Goetz and the Museion collection. Most of the artworks date from the early 1950s to the late 1980s. Following When Now Is Minimal (2013) and The Photographic Portrait between Participation and Alienation (2017), Tutto, a show that focuses solely on Italian art, is the third cooperative project undertaken by the two collections. After the showing in Bolzano, Tutto will travel to Munich in the summer of 2019 to be presented at the Sammlung Goetz, which will thus for the first time in its history host a dialogue between its own holdings and an extensive body of works from another collection.
Piazza Piero Siena 1
39100 Bolzano, Italy