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.
The Whitney Museum's American Art Award 2014 to the Maramotti Family
7 May 2014, New York
The Whitney Museum’s American Art Award is given each year to individuals and organizations that have made a sustained commitment to the artistic and cultural heritage of the arts in America.
Presented to: Dorothy Lichtenstein, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Maramotti Family.
All honorees have shown an outstanding commitment to American visual arts and culture and to promoting the values and mission of the Whitney Museum.
Jeannette Montgomery Barron | Scene
from 4 May 2014
The exhibition presents a selection of artists' photo portraits, made in New York in the 1980's: some of them are also included in the volume Scene. The lively and personal portraits' gallery brings back the flavour and brilliance of those years when in New York artists and galleries experimented new life styles and relations which with time have became established cult objects and models. The photographs chosen for the exhibition are mostly linked to artists depicted with their works which are now part of the permanent collection (Clemente, Schnabel, Basquiat, Salle, Bleckner, and others), thus providing viewers with an interesting connection between the photo subject and the art works they were making at the time.
Resonance(s) at Maison Particulière, Brussels
Collezione Maramotti contributes with more than twenty artworks to the exhibit Resonance(s) opening at Maison Particulière (Brussels) from 24 April to 29 June 2014. Maison Particulière has invited four European collectors to select works from their collection and contribute to realize the exhibit to open a fulfilling dialogue on this subject. Painter Gauthier Hubert and art historian Claire Giraud-Labalte have been invited to round out the exhibit with their personal, artistic and literary contributions.
Hannah Rickards at Modern Art Oxford
The winner of the second edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women presents a major solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford, from 15 February to 21 April 2014. The show, entitled To enable me to fix my attention on any one of these symbols I was to imagine that I was looking at the colours as I might see them on a moving picture screen., includes the video-installation
No, there was no red., realized by Rickards during her Italian residency and exhibited at Whitechapel Gallery and at Collezione Maramotti in 2009.
Flavio de Marco at Schauwerk Sindelfingen
Two large Vedute paintings by Flavio de Marco belonging to the Collection have been selected for the "IV. Premio Artistico Fondazione VAF". On show at Schauwerk - Sindelfingen from 9 February to 27 April 2014.