On September 9, from 6:30 pm, HUB/ART is pleased to open the group exhibition "A proper distance" curated by Greta Zuccali. The exhibition will run until October 3 and it is supported by the company GAG London Equity Capital and Interface Power.The event features the artists Paolo Basso, Antonio Bernardo, Pietro Campagnoli, Giovanni Fava, Eugenio Galli, Luca Marianaccio, Noah, Valentina Porcelli and Letteria Russo.

The exhibition is the result of a Call for Art launched on Instagram during the lockdown. The artists have been invited to share their works using a hashtag and a keyword. Then they have been selected to create a physical event in the HUB/ART exhibition space.

“A proper distance” is a reference to the new dimension and transformation taking place in the art world. A warning or more likely a kind advice to keep the right distance between ourselves and our neighbour, aware that a return to normality is needed.

After almost three months marked by an incessant proliferation of virtual art experience, the exhibition “A proper distance” at HUB/ART marks the moment of return to real art. A moment to appreciate again the living matter of the works as the human presences, immersed in lights and spaces beyond the dimension of our computer screen.

The event is an opportunity to inaugurate a new exhibition space, the White Room, a 120m2 room that will expand further the Gallery’s showcase area: give it a look at the About page.

Apolide N.26, Paolo Basso. Digital painting with Photoshop. Print on FOWA ANSEL 310gsm baryta paper with EPSON ULTRACHROME HDX pigment inks, mounted on a feather panel and frame, 70x90cm
Pensieri Grigi, Giovanni Fava. Mixed media, 46x51 cm, 2019
Esercizi di forma, Antonio Bernardo. Linoprint on paper, 35x46 cm
E.C. VIII-1-2019, Eugenio Galli. Multimaterial on board, 2019, 62x62 cm
Il passo di Enea con Anchise sulle spalle, Noah. Tempera on canvas, 2020, 50x70 cm
Monolithium, Pietro Campagnoli. Broken smartphone and plaster, 30x30x35cm, 2020
Acrylic on canvas, 160x140 cm, 2020
Espiazione, Valentina Porcelli. Opera a olio su tela ritraente una donna di spalle che si tocca i capelli su sfondo oro
Espiazione, Valentina Porcelli. Triptych, 78x30 cm, oil and gold foil on canvas, 2020
I miei sogni non rimangono a casa. Sogno n.2, Luca Marianaccio. Stampa fine art, 40x50cm, 2020. Edizione di 7 esemplari + 2 PA

WHERE

HUB/ART Gallery
Via Privata Passo Pordoi 7/3
20139, Milano

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WHEN

Vernissage
Wednesday 9 September 2020
From 6:30 to 9:00 pm

Opening to the public (please book in advance)
From 10 September 2020
To 3 October 2020

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