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Campo di Marte
Nathalie Du Pasquier
Nathalie Du Pasquier, Campo di Marte, exhibition view, SOLO/MULTI. Museum for Preventive Imagination, MACRO 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo credit: Agnese Bedini and Melania Dalle Grave of DSL Studio.
Nathalie Du Pasquier, Campo di Marte, exhibition view, SOLO/MULTI. Museum for Preventive Imagination, MACRO 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo credit: Agnese Bedini and Melania Dalle Grave of DSL Studio.
Nathalie Du Pasquier, Campo di Marte, exhibition view, SOLO/MULTI. Museum for Preventive Imagination, MACRO 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo credit: Agnese Bedini and Melania Dalle Grave of DSL Studio.
Nathalie Du Pasquier, Campo di Marte, exhibition view, SOLO/MULTI. Museum for Preventive Imagination, MACRO 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo credit: Agnese Bedini and Melania Dalle Grave of DSL Studio.
Nathalie Du Pasquier, Campo di Marte, exhibition view, SOLO/MULTI. Museum for Preventive Imagination, MACRO 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo credit: Agnese Bedini and Melania Dalle Grave of DSL Studio.
Nathalie Du Pasquier, Campo di Marte, exhibition view, SOLO/MULTI. Museum for Preventive Imagination, MACRO 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo credit: Agnese Bedini and Melania Dalle Grave of DSL Studio.
Nathalie Du Pasquier, Campo di Marte, exhibition view, SOLO/MULTI. Museum for Preventive Imagination, MACRO 2021. Courtesy the artist. Photo credit: Agnese Bedini and Melania Dalle Grave of DSL Studio.
3 February – 20 June 2021
Description

French artist and designer Nathalie Du Pasquier (Bordeaux, 1957) presents, in the context of SOLO/MULTI, her first major solo exhibition in an Italian museum. Titled Campo di Marte, the show is conceived as a Gesamtkunstwerk — a “silent symphony” in the artist’s words — that incorporates a body of about one hundred works made from the 1980s to the present.

 

Setting aside the traditional idea of a retrospective, the exhibition comes to terms with the vast size of the space, becoming a single, large, dynamic installation of multiple forms. Working on the walls as if they were immense canvases, the artist transforms the space into a unified scenario where visitors are encouraged to approach paintings, three-dimensional constructions, prints and drawings, juxtaposed according to various logical parameters.

 

With the support of Mutina, Pace Gallery, Apalazzo Gallery, Symetria, Nuovi Mecenati – Fondazione franco-italiana di sostegno alla creazione contemporanea, Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis.

 


 

Coordinated by Sara Catenacci (curatorial) and Lorena Stamo (production)
Research and Production Assistants: Giulia Caruso, Maria Vittoria Di Sabatino, Alessia Procopio
Art handling: Fabio Pennacchia
Graphic production: SP Systema
Insurance broker: MAG-JLT
Shipment: Expotrans

 

With the support of Mutina, Pace Gallery, Apalazzo Gallery, Symetria, Nuovi Mecenati – Fondazione franco-italiana di sostegno alla creazione contemporanea, Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis.

In spring 2022, the exhibition will be hosted by the Musée régional d’art contemporain Occitaine / Pyrénées-Méditerranée of Sérignan; a catalogue will be co-published in this occasion.

via Nizza 138, 00198, Roma, Roma, Italia