Ever since the opening of the Collezione Maramotti, its permanent collection has been flanked by a systematic program of exhibitions and commissioned projects in the areas of the building which specifically function as venues for temporary events. The Collection looks ahead toward the future of art and sees it to be thoroughly continuous and consistent with the attention the Collection has always shown to the evolution of new artistic languages, especially in the area of painting and the critical investigation into the nature of the work of art.
Contemporary Locus 8 - Bergamo
From 25 June to 26 July 2015, a new exhibition of the project Contemporary Locus takes place at Monastero del Carmine of Bergamo, dealing with the relationship between humans and animals. Collezione Maramotti takes part in this project by loaning the artwork of Evgeny Antufiev and by working in synergy with the Atelier dell’Errore project.
Atelier dell'Errore | Uomini come Cibo (Humans as Food)
Max Mara, in partnership with Maramotti Collection, presents Uomini come Cibo – Humans as Food, an exhibition of forty works by the children of the Atelier dell’Errore, a visual arts laboratory created as a compendium for the clinical activities of the Reggio Emilia children's neuropsychiatry department. The works will be on show in Milan from 18 June to 15 September 2015.
Max Mara Art Prize for Women | Corin Sworn
Corin Sworn, winner of the fifth edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, presents her new large-scale installation at the Whitechapel Gallery of London from 20 May to 19 July 2015. Sworn's work draws from the characters and tales of the Commedia dell’Arte, a theatrical genre which the artist has deeply explored during her residency in Rome, Naples and Venice, focussing her research on the mistaken identity and the costumes proper to these plays. On show at the Whitechapel soon and at Collezione Maramotti from 3 October, the installation features a dramatic stage set with props, sound and video elements and costumes created with the Max Mara fashion house based on sketches of the artist.