• Language:
  • English
  • |
  • A -
  • A +
  • menu

    Mostre

    Berlino • Eberswalder Str. 30
    ARCHIVIO
    2013-2020
  • 06/2020
  • Inedito // Mostra Collettiva dinamica degli artisti rappresentati dalla Galleria
  • 06/2017
  • Tra l'alba e il tramonto c'è un eclisse // Alessandro Sciaraffa
  • 04/2017
  • I_AM [Interfered Accessed Memories] // Andreas Lutz
  • 09/2016
  • Nexus // Hanna Hartman, Cecilia Jonsson, Edith Kollath, Chelsea Leventhal, Tamaki Watanabe & Walter Zurborg
  • 05/2016
  • Timber // Michele Spanghero
  • 03/2016
  • Alter-Egos // Guido Canziani Jona
  • 10/2015
  • Summer of Love // Douglas Henderson
  • 09/2015
  • Re/presenting Music #2' // S. Bussotti, Y. Xenakis, A. Guarnieri, E. Zaffiri, C. Kubisch, A. Di Scipio, G. Chiari, R. Pugliese, S. Trevisi, M. Daske, F.Donatoni, M. Papalexandri-Alexandri, M. Visconti-Prasca, R. Paci-Dalò
  • 05/2015
  • Hidden From View' // Christina Kubisch
  • 01/2015
  • Eclissi // Paolo Inverni
  • 09/2014
  • Monologues // Michele Spanghero
  • 06/2014
  • Swing for Poe// Edgardo Rudnitzky
  • 04/2014
  • Holistic// Donato Piccolo
  • 09/2013
  • Presences // Céleste Boursier-Mougenot
  • 05/2013
  • Temperaments // Serge Baghdassarians - Boris Baltschun
  • 03/2013
  • A synthesis. Emerging as one. // Guido Canziani Jona
  • 01/2013
  • Hermetic Mechanics // Kristoffer Myskja
    2008-2012
  • 12/2012
  • Luftkrieg // Roberto Paci Dalò
  • 09/2012
  • Souvenir de Voyage // Spazio Visivo
  • 06/2012
  • Empty Matters // Michele Spanghero
  • 04/2012
  • John Duncan, Carl Michael von Hausswolff
  • 03/2012
  • Poets & Superheroes // Douglas Henderson
  • 01/2012
  • Moving Objects // Pe Lang
  • 12/2011
  • Projected Music // Shingo inao
  • 10/2011
  • Silence. Silent? // Christina Kubisch, Robin MInard
  • 09/2011
  • Automata A Cappella // Daniel Depoutot, Edgardo Rudnitzky, Kristoffer Myskja, Jens Hikel, Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio
  • 05/2011
  • Unespected Machines // Roberto Pugliese
  • 03/2011
  • Sound. Self. Other. // Agostino di Scipio
  • 01/2011
  • Decay // Pe Lang, Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, Brandon LaBelle, Andy Graydon
  • 10/2010
  • Instabile Reversibile // Donato Piccolo
  • 09/2010
  • Condotti Cronoarmonici // Alessandro Bosetti, Guido Canziani-Jona, Paolo Inverni, Roberto Pugliese/Tamara Repetto, Michele Spanghero
  • 06/2010
  • Accidental Discoveries // Serge Baghdassarians - Boris Baltschun
  • 05/2010
  • Linie // Spazio Visivo (Cavinato-Trevisi)
  • 04/2010
  • _surface_ // Shingo Inao
  • 03/2010
  • Weltall // Lucia Ronchetti, Elisabetta Benassi
  • 01/2010
  • KLANGSCHAFTEN // Martin Daske
  • 11/2009
  • Squaring & Evidence // Shingo Inao, Serge Baghdassarians - Boris Baltschun
  • 09/2009
  • DUKATENSCHEISSER" // Douglas Henderson
  • 07/2009
  • Re/Presenting Music // Martin Daske, Mario Verandi, Guido Canziani-Jona, Clara Maïda, Panayiotis Kokoras, Marcelo Toledo, Marco Visconti-Prasca.
  • 06/2009
  • Path // Paolo Inverni
  • 03/2009
  • Anlage // Agostino Di Scipio, boris d hegenbart-matsui, Douglas Henderson, und Michael J. Schumacher




    ultime mostre on-line


    MOSTRA IN CORSO

    Lukas Liese

    Whose Street

    9 marzo- 10 aprile, 2021
    Berlino / Eberswalder Str. 30

    Galerie Mazzoli Berlin proudly presents WHOSE STREET by Lukas Liese, the first solo show by the artist at the gallery.

    Liese transforms the traditional white marble into a contemprary medium, mirroring historical moments and current societal events. The exhibition’s title originates from the context of protest, questioning the ownership of both digital and physical public spaces. Liese’s sculptures and installations oscillate between the online ephemerality and the agelessness of stone, creating a constant tension within the works. Browser options, links and icons etched and painted on marble seem to offer us the point and click customization of the digital sphere. A massive stone slab’s mimicry of a traffic light alludes to the infrastructure of virtual spaces as well as to the alert system for the current pandemic. As public space has increasingly shifted from city streets to online forums and social media, its capacity for lawlessness and amorality has also expanded, threatening the functions of our democratic systems.


    .Download Press Release



     INFO COVID-19

    REGOLAMENTO GALLERIA BERLINO

    Al fine di proteggere la salute e la sicurezza dei nostri visitatori e del nostro personale, per il momento, possiamo consentire l'entrata in galleria solo a due persone per volta. Inoltre, seguendo le norme di sicurezza federali e locali, i visitatori dovranno indossare una maschera medica e seguire le linee guida attuali in materia di distanza sociale.