Eva Kot’átková // The Dream Machine is Asleep // Pirelli HangarBicocca

Eva Kot’átková

The Dream Machine is Asleep

Pirelli HangarBicocca

Photography, Documentation

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Photography, Documentation

Photo: Agostino Osio
Photo editing: Jacopo Nocentini, Marco Dabbicco
Year: 2018

About the exhibition

The solo show The Dream Machine is Asleep by Eva Kot’átková (Prague, 1982) is an original and immersive project in which existing works are placed side by side with new productions, including installations, sculptures, over-sized objects, collages and performances. At the center of The Dream Machine is Asleep there is the installation of the same name: a gigantic bed, at the base of which there is what the artist defines as an office for the creation of dreams. With this work, Eva Kot’átková continues her research into the systems that regulate our lives, countering them with imagery from the universe of childhood in order to make up for the lack or the loss of imagination.

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Eva Kot’átková, The Dream Machine is Asleep

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WHAT'S NEW - A Collection in Progress // Collezione Olgiati

WHAT'S NEW - A Collection in Progress

Collezione Olgiati

Photography, Documentation

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Photo: Agostino Osio
Photo editing: Marco Dabbicco
Year: 2020

About the exhibition

The Collezione Giancarlo e Danna Olgiati in Lugano will present a new exhibition entitled What’s New? consisting of recently acquired works by established artists alongside works by up-and-coming young stars of the international art scene. The exhibition narrative takes in paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs, offering an exemplary comparison of different expressive languages and poetics. The aim is to highlight the fundamental dialogue between the historical avant-garde movements of the early 20th century and contemporary art, in a sort of immersive journey spanning over a century, punctuated by surprising in-depth studies. The 34 works on display are arranged in various separate chapters, from line and medium in abstract art to an investigation of light and colour in the works of Franz West and Rudolf Stingel, and a tribute to Jimmie Durham, who was awarded a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the 2019 Venice Biennale.

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