ARTOUR-O in Malta

21 – 25 November 2018, Malta

ARTOUR-O goes to Valletta, European Capital of Culture 2018, to highlight the values of creativity. The gallery will be be represented by Venus Road small, a crystals and magnetite sculpture by Matt Marga .

 

 

 

BOIR Art

15 September – 7 October 2018, Castell’Arquato, Italy

Curator and artist Patrick Faure has selected Matt Marga among the seven artists that will exhibit in this exclusive Italian location in occasion of the Best of Italy race. Marga is presenting a new series of 6 works developed from the Galassia collection, which have been selected for its original technique and impressiveness. The contemporary exhibition will host artists that work with multiple dimensions, from photographers and painters, to an augmented reality artist and two sculptors.

 

About us

About us

Ventique is a contemporary art gallery based in Chelsea, London, UK. Opened in 2012 the gallery evolved from just an exhibition space, to a reference point for collectors, interior designers, and art lovers. The emphasis is on Italian contemporary and modern artists especially 3 dimensional works and sculptures. Ventique focuses on exclusive commissions originating not just from the capital but also further afield – each tailored to suit the client’s individual needs. 


Kensington & Chelsea Art Weekend

27 – 29 July 2018, London

Ventique is delighted to join the lively, historical and dynamic institutions within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea for a weekend-long celebration of its creative, artistic and innovative spirit.

The gallery will be open from 9.30 am to 9 pm on Friday and will host Artist studio tours on Sunday afternoon, starting at 2 pm

Celebrating the cultural legacy and extraordinary creative future of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea through a weekend of art, culture, and events.

On the last weekend of July 2018, Kensington & Chelsea Art Weekend will celebrate the rich cultural heritage and future of the borough.

Connecting more than 50 galleries, creative spaces, museums and cultural institutions, the weekend will facilitate public engagement in the local culture, introducing audiences to its rich history as a leading creative hub. Celebrating the artistic traditions and future of the borough, Kensington & Chelsea Art Weekend’s diverse programme includes gallery and museum exhibitions and specifically-curated events, public talks, blue plaque tours, public art installations and food pop-ups, all taking place throughout the weekend.

 

 

Lucio Fontana: a retrospective

12 April – 24 June 2018, London

The founder of spatialism and one of the most prominent figures in the post-war Italian and international scene, Lucio Fontana changed the perspective of art including space and dimension in his unique, unequivocal style. From his punctured sculptural works to the slashed monochromatic canvases, the body of work he produced is one of the most prosperous in the global market scene.

 

Gio Pomodoro (1930-2002)

Gio’ Pomodoro was born in 1930 in a small village in central Italy. He was a sculptor, printmaker, and stage designer.  After moving to Milan in 1954 he joined the main artists of the avant-garde and started producing jewellery. In the 1960s he started to create his main series of abstract sculptures.  Besides his works on commissions, he became known for his large outdoor sculptural works.                                                                                                                                                     

He is also brother of the sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro.

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Arnaldo Pomodoro (1926)

Arnaldo Pomodoro was born in 1926 in Morciano, Italy. While he was studying stage design he worked in Pesaro as a consultant and a goldsmith for the restoration of public buildings. His moving to Milan in 1954 has above all been significant for his meeting with personalities like Enrico Baj, Sergio Dangelo, Lucio Fontana.

He exhibited works in numerous famous international venues like São Paulo Bienal (1963), Venice Biennale (1964) and the[one_half][/one_half] Marlborough galleries in New York and Rome. The artist taught at Stanford University and the University of California at Berkeley and later traveled in the United States.

To convey a mechanism of destruction and regeneration, he chooses gigantic architectonic pieces combining the basic geometric shapes such as cubes, spheres, columns, pyramids and discs. The artist currently lives and works in Milan.

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