2019Vie di Fuga

Vie di Fuga

Friday March 15th, form 6pm, Société Interludio space for contemporary art is pleased to present – in the rooms of Piazza Vittorio – its new exhibition: Vie di Fuga

With the aim of investigatin the various directions of contemporary painting, the painters Andrea Barzaghi (Monza, 1988), Sebastiano Impellizzeri (Catania, 1984) and Davide Mancini Zanchi (Urbino, 1986) were invited to participate. 

Starting from aligned painterly formations, the intention was to document the direction each artist’s practice took, on the basis of several factors like places, techniques and themes. 

And just like that, in this second exhibition, a generations of painters takes to extreme consequences their considerations and their research till – in certain cases – detachment from traditional supports (paper and canvas) and two-dimensional view to open up to painting in space. Developing ad-hoc works, artists have worked not only on the idea of dialoguing with each other but also on the identity of the exhibition space itself. 

Vie di fuga therefore aims to evoke the direction artists take when they progressively or drastically move away form their starting point; but it also aims to be the binder between each artist’s thematical and theoretical embedding. Maps of forbidden roads, intertwined greeneries, floating bodies, thinking on escape routes – whether they are psychological or physical. 

Société Interludio is a project developed and directed by the curator Stefania Margiacchi (1990) and the artist Paul de Flers (1988). A space for contemporary art, it is located in the main floor of an early-XX-century palace in Piazza Vittorio Veneto. The exhibitional spaces are strongly characterized by a venetian-style floor, suggesting an early use as a domestic home, now fully put to the service of visual arts. Entr’acte of other rooms, portion of space, Société Interludio aims to be a long artistic span that every operator and/or observer carves out of his daily life for attentive viewing. 


Andrea Barzaghi (Monza, 1988) lives and works in Leipzig. His works have been presented on the pccasion of various exhibitions, both personal and collective, in Italy and abroad. We remember, among all of them: Superstimulus, A&O Kunsthalle, Leipzig, 2019, Dozen, Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, Florida, 2018; Malerei!Malerei!, Raum für Zeitgenossische Kunst, Nuremberg, 2017; Mit dem Raum reden, Bistro21, Leipzig, 2017; Verso nuovi lidi, Federico Rui Arte Contemporanea, Milan, 2016; Punto e a capo, Kreis Galerie, Nuremberg, 2015; Artsiders, Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, Perugia, 2014; In Natura, ZAK Project Space in Tour, 2013; B:EAST, Nuremberg, 2011; Layers/Livelli, Galleria Zak, Siena, 2010; Let me find (one’s balance), Galleria Zak, Siena, 2010.

Sebastiano Impellizzeri (Catania, 1984) lives and works in Turin. He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino and the Albertina Academy in Turin. His research investigates the languages of painting, developing a poetics related to essential painterly elements: surface, sign, colour. Among his personal and collective exhibitions, the main ones were: in 2017 Stupido come un pittore, Villa Vertua, Nova Milanese (MI); Il pittore e la modella, Assab One, Milano; Asiptomatic pictoplasma in Ticino at the MACT/CACT of Bellinzona. In 2016 Carrus Navalis, Dimora Artica, Milan; Lift on / Lift of, Cripta747, Turin; in 2015 Museo (Cavalli e cavalle, cavalli, cavalli) Galleria Franco Noero – In Residence project, Turin; Controcanto, palinodie e contaminazioni, Yellow, Varese; 37/ la stanza dopo, Dimora Artica, Milan; Il nocciolo della questione, Biumi Innocenti di Gemonio museum; Pittura Contemporanea Italiana, Cars, Omegna; in 2014 2000 Maniacs, a special project by ArtVerona, Verona; Peinture de Chambre, CACT – Centro Arte Contemporanea Ticino, Bellinzona; 1+1+1=1+1+1, Galleria Room, Milan; Stilistischen Forschung, Kamine&Wain, Berlin. He wa salso invited in several residency programs, among which criptaStudio, Cripta747, Turin, 2017 and the Landina project by Lorenza Boisi.

Davide Mancini Zanchi (Urbino, 1986) lives and works in Acqualagna (PU). From 2011 onwards he exhibited in numerous private spaces and institutional museums, for both personal and collective exhibitions: La conquista dello spazio, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino, 2017; Box, A+B gallery, Brescia, 2017; Che il vero possa confutare il falso, Santa Maria della Scala, Siena, 2016; L’arca, Rocca Ubaldinesca di Sassocorvaro, 2016; Versus, Galleria Civica di Modena; Piccolo compendio d’istruzioni per la pittura, secondo capitolo, Galleria Bianconi, Milan, 2016; Memorie, Villa Manin, Codroipo (UD), 2016; Davide, Museo civico Giovanni Fattori, Livorno, 2016; CIY, Ville Belville, Parsi, 2015; Primavera 3, Frederic Lacroix Gallery, Paris, 2014. Among the prizes, we remember: GAMeC Prize, Bergamo, 2018; Premio Treviglio, San Paolo Invest, 2017; il Premio Lissone 2014 by the MAC of Lissone and in 2011 the Premio Peschiera.

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