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MYMICROGALLERY VIRTUAL

MYMICROGALLERY VIRTUAL

MYMICROGALLERY VIRTUAL

MyMIcroGallery is an open project , made in Italy, operating as real space in Milan since 2013, located in beautiful historical centre of the city


Mission:

Unlock ideas , dimensions, visions.

to let creative juices flow.

Director and founder Stefanía Carrozzini


Via Giovanni Boccaccio 24, MIlano Italy

3D Ausstellungen

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    RIITTA NELIMARKKA: HAPPINESS ALLOWED

    23 Mar 2021 – 29 Apr 2021

    MyMicroGallery Virtual is pleased to announce “Happiness Allowed”, a solo exhibition of Finnish artist Riitta Nelimarkka hosted by Kunstmatrix Platform from March 26 to April 26, 2021. The exhibition, curated by Stefania Carrozzini, brings together nineteen woolen relief artworks, from 2008 to 2020, in which Riitta Nelimarkka introduces us in the colorful and fantastic world made of joy, inhabited by characters full of sense of humor and irony, essential ingredients to make our life happy. "Pain exists, but you don’t need to work everything through pain" - Riitta Nelimarkka says - and this can be a sort of Manifesto, the main meaning, a sort of synthesis of her artistic thought. Riitta wants to communicate the substance of things that inspires people, and with her works she invites us to allow ourselves happiness saying that art actually can create happiness. But Art can really create happiness? Riitta with her work confirms it. Happiness as universal feeling it’s subversive in itself. It’s our real nature. Beauty can create a state of mind that goes beyond happiness; through art our energy field can be lifted and we can experiment new ways of perception. Symphony of bright colors, vivid timbres of notes carry us into an emotional atmosphere where we can manifest our ludic spirit. What she has created is a real expressive vocabulary, a personal alphabet which is combined with her permanent thirst for experimentation with techniques and materials to be used and to be modeled. The colors acquire a meaning and participate in the graphic rendering of the material, reinforcing the visual impact. Riitta goes beyond the tradition of handcraft wool work, the wool material becomes paint, color material, like pictorial reliefs; thus all her works have a complete expressive autonomy. Riitta Nelimarkka shares her world and her positive way of thinking, and she sent a message to us: happiness it’s always be there for us, we have just to be open to received it. We must have courage to be happy! Her art emerges from real life, reflecting joys and sorrows, conflicts and shocks. She uses parallels drawn from literature, film and music, but it’s always her personal experience which at the end wins the whole process. Riitta Nelimarkka is a distinctive and versatile artist whose repertoire includes graphic art, animated films, paintings, art and poetry books, textile art, and extensive exhibition entities. She has doctor´s degree in the arts (DA at UIAH, Helsinki) and has studied painting in Paris, photography, film and art education at the Konstfacken, Academy of Art in Stockholm and piano playing at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki. Her art is characterized by brilliant colors and innovative irony. In recent years, her production has centered on comprehensive collections of drawings, photographs, velvet pictures and woolen reliefs. She has also been commissioned a great number of works, including the large-scale "Con Calore" woolen carpets for the official residence of the President of Finland. Her artworks, illustrations and animated films have been presented at various international festivals and Biennals. In 2016 she was awarded by the Order of France with the distinction of Officer des Arts et Lettres. She has been awarded numerous prizes and honorary mentions for her works. The latest bigger works are the 13 meters long glass painting "Without too much thinking” at Hietaniemi pavilion 2016, and the same year the visualization for Debussy´s 5 Preludes for the Radio Symphony Orchestra. An exciting Gesamtskunstwerk with her husband Jaakko Seeck, is Bonga Castle, an old patrician house decorated by Nelimarkka´s over 200 works. Riitta Nelimarkka lives and works in Helsinki . “Happiness Allowed” will be on view from March 26 to April 26, 2021. For information : Stefaniacarrozzini@gmail.com https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/4884308/riitta-nelimarkka-happiness-allowed www.nelimarkka.com www.mymicrogallery.com www.stefaniacarrozzini.com

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    Gro Folkan : Before the Eyes Focus

    26 Feb 2021 – 26 Mar 2021

    Gallery Unlock is pleased to present, from February 26 to March 26, 2021 "Before the Eyes Focus" a virtual solo exhibition by the Norwegian artist Gro Folkan . The exhibition brings together 21 artworks. In "Before the Eyes Focus", the artist investigates the space that lies beyond the vision, where the images not yet formed already possess a body, a physical pregnancy, an uncontaminated nature. A gaze that allows access to the auroral dimension, which lies in the middle, between reality and listening to a world not yet revealed and which corresponds to the intermediate time of focusing. Gro Folkan was born in Oslo, Norway and she lives between Oslo and Tromsoe. She studied Art at the National Art Academy in Oslo. She has had 32 solo exhibitions of her paintings in leading galleries in Norway and abroad and has also taken part in numerous joint exhibitions. Her works have been purchased by the Norwegian National Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo, the National Bank of Norway, Art collections , national universities, institutions, and national Offices. She has worked for many years to develop a technique suitable for her purpose. She uses metals a lot : gold, silver, brass, copper, aluminum, tin, smoked silver, palladium, platinum. If suitable she treats them chemically for the deeper layers of the artwork to come through and create new colors. She also uses interference colors that change depending on the angle of view. “My pictures – Gro Folkan says - are instruments, like runes, used for thousands of years by Northern peoples to invoke hidden aspects of reality. In our time the runes will not be the same as thousand years ago, but in a different language, and with different types. That is what I am looking for. The real pictures, the images are not the lines and colors on my canvases, but the images coming into being in the mind of the onlooker’. Gallery Unlock is a Mymicrogallery project. For information please contact stefaniacarrozzini@gmail.com

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    Marion Schmidtke: Fluid Narratives

    25 Jan 2021 – 25 Feb 2021

    Gallery Unlock is pleased to present “Fluid Narratives” a solo virtual exhibition curated by Stefania Carrozzini of german artist Marion Schmidtke. The exhibition is composed of 15 artworks and it will be on display on Kunstmatrix platform from January 25 to February 25, 2021. Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite," Arshile Gorky once declared. "It is the emancipation of the mind. It Is an explosion into unknown areas". German artist Marion Schmidtke, explores this dimension , which is the key element to understand her work, but her painting provides viewers with a different range of interpretative possibilities, evoking what is both visible and invisible. With layers of colors Marion builds the space of painting , immerging into a calm realm made of peace and of intimate nature connection. Thus, we can perceive the magic time of her narration, following the dynamic interplay of natural life flow. Marion Schmidtke was born in Hamburg in 1961. She lives and works in Germany. Marion's work is the result of a long research on the dimension of silence favored by the fact that Marion Schmidtke lives on Fehmarn Island, an island surrounded by the Baltic Sea where the spectacle of nature is a source of creative inspiration for the artist. What we are facing is a painting that feeds on essentiality, with controlled gestures, inserted in a context of hints to the truth. An intimate vision of the natural world emerges where space is crossed by impalpable fluctuations and structural harmonies

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    Stefania Carrozzini : Playing with the Void

    09 Dec 2020 – 10 Jan 2021

    Gallery Unlock is pleased to announce "Playing with the void" the first virtual exhibition by Stefania Carrozzini , artist based in Milan. Stefania Carrozzini has been exhibiting since 1994. She is born in MIlan city where she lives and works. This production of digital painting has started in 2019 and was developed using iPad. All artworks are available on request. Ambient audio: "Promenade" by pianist composer Christopher Pisk

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    Respiro

    27 Mar 2021 – 30 Apr 2021

    March 27th - April 27th, 2021 Curated by Stefania Carrozzini Location: Kunstmatrix Artists: Rosaspina Buscarino, Kentaro Chiba, Cristina Cary, Simonetta Chierici, Denise Cummings, Giovanna Del Magno, Marcello Diotallevi, Gro Folkan, Grazia Gabbini, Buyong Hwang,Susi Lamarca, Inés Mantel, Luke Mitchell, Riitta Nelimarkka, Maurizio Pini, Tiziana Priori, Christopher Pisk, Jacqueline Real, Marcello Sestito, Yuko Shinozaki, Vittorio Sironi Respiro: Music by Maurizio Pini ( all rights reserved) MyMicroGallery è lieta di annunciare ”Respiro”, una mostra a cura di Stefania Carrozzini a cui partecipano ventuno artisti provenienti da diversi paesi: Corea, Germania, Finlandia, Giappone, Italia, Norvegia, Regno Unito, Stati Uniti, Svizzera. La mostra è composta di trenta opere tra pittura, scultura, libri d’artista , allestimento sonoro. Si tratta di un progetto internazionale e di un concetto itinerante che coinvolge artisti dai vari linguaggi espressivi, ma che condividono la stessa sensibilità verso l’immateriale. Il Respiro è l’elemento vitale per eccellenza, sottile connubio tra spirito e materia, entità di un mondo unico e indivisibile, l’alternanza durata fra onda e risacca, tra dentro e fuori. Il Respiro è un fatto corporeo e quindi è dal corpo che partiamo in questa mostra, dal pensiero e dall’azione dall’immaginario degli artisti, che offrono diverse narrazioni visive e testuali di tale attività basica che è di tutti gli esseri umani, del mondo animale e vegetale. La parola 'Respiro', dal latino respirare, è composta di re, che indica ripetizione, e spirare cioè soffiare e quando è stata ideata era una parola dotta, adatta a considerazioni di carattere medico, fisiologico. È poi diventata parte del lessico comune come per tutti i derivati di 'spirare' in italiano: dall'inspirare ed espirare al traspirare, dal sospirare all’ispirare e allo spirito. Apre così a meravigliosi significati figurati tra cui spiccano quelli del sollievo e della pausa. Nell'agitazione il ritmo del respiro si accorcia e genera una mente inquieta, mentre nella pausa il respiro torna a prendersi il suo spazio, ad allargare il torace, ad attutire il caos; parimenti, l'oppressione dell'ansia e dell'angoscia parlano etimologicamente di ansito, di affanno, di una stretta che riconduciamo immediatamente a un peso sul respiro: comprendiamo come sia naturale intendere il respiro ritrovato, come un autentico sollievo. I buddisti ci hanno insegnato ad ascoltarlo, il respiro, a prenderne coscienza, come mezzo per risvegliarsi e mantenere la piena attenzione al fine di guardare con cura, a lungo e in profondità la natura di tutte le cose. La parola sanscrita “Prana” si riferisce all’energia vibrante di ogni manifestazione vitale che ha in sé, in forma microcosmica, l’alternarsi tra giorno e notte, la magica melodia della creazione, il ritmo pulsante del tempo cosmico. L’arte, non è solo coscienza percettiva, ma è il respiro della conoscenza e della bellezza, indispensabile come l’aria per la sopravvivenza della nostra umanità. Tutte le opere d’ampio respiro, che su diversi fronti espressivi e linguistici si rendono maestose e presenti, hanno una voce forte, sono potentemente ispirate e donano un senso di libertà perché abbracciano la vita. Breath is the vital element par excellence, a subtle union between spirit and matter, the entity of a unique and indi¬visible world, the alternation between wave and undertow, between inside and outside. Breathing is a bodily fact and therefore it is from the body that we start in this exhibition: from thought and action, from the imagination of the artists who offer different visual and textual narratives of this basic activity that is proper to all human beings, to the an¬imal and plant world. The word 'Respiro' (Breath), from the Latin respirare, is com¬posed by -re, meaning repetition, and -spirare, meaning to blow. It was formulated as a learned word suitable for med¬ical, physiological considerations. It then became part of the common lexicon as with all the derivatives of 'spirare' in Italian: from inspirare to espirare, from traspirare (to transpire) to sospirare (to sigh) . These words thus open up wonderful figurative meanings among which those of relief and pause stand out. In the turmoil, the rhythm of the breath shortens and generates a restless mind, while in the pause the breath returns to take its time, to widen the chest, to dampen the chaos; likewise, the oppression given by anxiety and anguish speak etymologically of wheezing, of breathlessness, of a tightness that we immediately relate to a weight on the breath: we understand how natural it is to understand the newfound breath as an authentic relief. Buddhists have taught us to listen to the breath, to become aware of it, as a means of awakening and maintaining full attention in order to look carefully, long and deep into the nature of all things. The Sanskrit word "Prana" refers to the vibrant energy of every vital manifestation that has within itself, in microcos¬mic form, the alternation of day and night, the magical melody of creation, the pulsating rhythm of cosmic time. Art is not only perceptive consciousness but the breath of knowledge and beauty, indispensable as air for the survival of our humanity. All of the wide-ranging works, which on different expressive and linguistic fronts are majestic and present, have a strong voice, are powerfully inspired and give a sense of freedom because they embrace life. Sedi espositive Venezia - Galleria Sant’Eufemia Milano - MyMicroGallery, Marzo/April, 2021 Londra - Camden Image Gallery, Novembre, 2021 for information : stefaniacarrozzini@gmail.com

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    Daria Martinoni: URBAN VERTIGO

    20 Apr 2021 – 27 Jun 2021

    MyMicroGallery Virtual is pleased to announce URBAN VERTIGO a 3D solo exhibition by the Swiss photographer Daria Martinoni. Daria Martinoni uses photography to playfully de-construct urban spaces, to spatially re-stage urban contexts, and to play with our perception of space and reality. In simply medical terms, Vertigo can be explained as an irritation of our senses, caused by a conflict of information transmitted from our eyes and inner ear to the brain. Vertigo, however, is not only related to the experience of great height. A range of factors – including movement, speed, and visual stimuli – create vertiginous sensations. Some of us will have experienced such symptoms when, for example, engaged in activities which tend to change or even eliminate our perception of the horizon in relation to our own position in a space. Vertigo is a notoriously ambiguous notion, oscillating between pleasure and anxiety, and inhabiting both our embodied and imagined worlds. Daria Martinoni was inspired by her childhood nightmares - to be falling from great height into empty space, or to be running through endless corridors without gaining any ground - for this project, she exploited the geometry of the urban environment, and she played with perspectives and angles to create a sense of direction and an impression of depth and width. Daria Martinoni experiments with long shutter speeds and several zoom settings or camera positions in one exposure. This technique creates a moment of irritation, but also conveys a sense of calmness in the chaos, and transfers the scene into a transitional world somewhere between reality and dream. Giving a face to emptiness and silence, this is what Daria Martinoni wants to express with her photographic research, a research that is the result of a desire to investigate reality with always curious eyes. Daria Martinoni lives and works in Zurich. This video will be presented in June 2021 in Venice in conjunction with Biennale di Archittettura at Santa Eufemia Gallery. For information: Stefaniacarrozzini@gmail.com www.mymicrogallery.com

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      Words Shape Reality , 2018
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      In the Eye of there Storm, 2018
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      Memento of an Industrial Past , 2018
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      I call Architecture Frozen Music , 2020
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      Anxious look upwards , 2019
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      there's wind. It's windier the higher you get, 2019
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      The Adrenaline shoots through the body , 2019
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      From overhead it is more real than anything, 2019
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      Disappearing into a well of time, 2019
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      Where you are now is still and quiet. No time., 2019
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      Drawn by the Light , 2017
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      In the Pull of the Stairwell , 2017
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      In the Maze, 2017
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      Play of Light in the Tramway Workshop, 2018
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      „Into the eternal darkness, into fire and into ice.“, 2018
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      Sense of Longing, Sense of Security, 2018
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      The Catwalk of Urban Life -Together Alone, Engrossed in Conversation, 2018
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      The Catwalk of Urban life, 2018
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      Rushed Society , 2018
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