11th March - 24th April, 2021
Clarissa Baldassarri, Aron Demetz, Serena Fineschi, Sabine Marcelis, Andrea Mauti, Tulio Pinto, Giulio Scalisi, Sophie Spedding, Manon Steyaert, Leonardo Anker Vandal.
Curated by Edoardo Monti
Real places, structured and defined, yet absolutely different from all other social spaces: these are Heterotopias, as conceived by Michel Foucault. Worlds within worlds, mirroring and yet upsetting what is outside. They are disturbing, intense, incompatible, contradictory or transforming.
We used to think of them as places such as prisons, gardens, cemeteries, museums, asylums, cinemas, ships. What happened these past months catapulted all of us in a massive, universal heterotopia.
28th April - 29th May
Isabelle.D, Admire Kamudzengerere and Chris Soal
A selection from the galleries encounters.
Bubble’n’Squeak is pleased to present three solo presentations focusing on Africa: Isabelle D. presented by Gallery Nosco, Admire Kamudzengerere presented by Galleria Anna Marra and Chris Soal presented by Montoro12 Gallery.
05th June - 31st July, 2021
Andreea Albani, Ioana Batranu, Razvan Boar, Flaviu Cacoveanu, Mircea Cantor, Norbert Filep, Octav Grigorescu, Ioan Grosu, Nona Inescu, Mi Kafchin, Dan Mihaltianu, Ciprian Muresan, Paul Neagu, Radu Oreian, Eugenia Pop, Serban Savu, Ioana Stanca, Ioana Sisea, Nicolae Romanitan
Selected by Radu Oreian
Bubble’n’Squeak is proud to present Electric Crossroads, a group exhibition by an incredible selection of Romanian artists, spanning from crucial figures of the Romanian art history to contemporary emerging artists working across a variety of media. The exhibition is intended as a multigenerational dialogue across time, geographies and art practices to promote fruitful moments of interaction between the presented bodies of work and their cultural histories. At times of lockdown and social isolation, when we find ourselves craving for human interaction and proximity, Electric Crossroads’ goal is to represent a cultural bridge between Romanian art history and the rest of the continent’s as well as a fervid ground to develop an artistic dialogue across media: painting, drawing, installation and sculptural work engage in a curatorial assemblage of histories and cultural influences. The powerful selection of artists has been curatorially thought through by multimedia artist Radu Oreian (b. 1984) who has envisioned a crossroad as a cultural meeting point for the artists where to establish energetic, somewhat electric connections – “a lavish intersection of matter and thought.” Such crossroads can be interpreted as connection points linking together Romanian art practices of the past with emerging ones fighting to gain recognition in […]