Our exhibition “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” was featured in Kunstmagazin Parnass. The cover image is Erwin Wurm’s “Berg 23” (2017) a cast bronze sculpture and studio hammer. This exhibition, curated by Mari Otberg, brought together 33 contemporary artists with a theme of “Mountain.” The participating artists are:
Iris Andraschek Christy Astuy Manfred Bockelmann Armin Boehm Nana Dix Martin Eder Lars Eidinger Andrew Gilbert Esther Haase Siggi Hofer Christian Hutzinger Karin Kneffel Hinrich Kröger Christopher Lehmpfuhl William Mackrell Jonathan Meese Anna Meyer Mari Otberg Justine Otto Martin Parr Danielle de Picciotto Katrin Plavčak Lukas Pusch Christian Ruschitzka Alex Ruthner Hubert Schmalix Erik Schmidt Norbert Schwontkowski Christian Stock Maja Vukoje Letizia Werth Nives Wildauer Erwin Wurm
Here is a link to the section in Parnass Magazine (in German):
We are honored to announce that Tamara Repetto has been chosen to be one of the forty contemporary artists who will represent Italy in the traveling exhibition La Via della Seta : Contemporary Art and Artists from Italy curated by Angela Tecce. The exhibition charts a route across 6 museums along the ancient Silk Road, stretching from Kiev, Ukraine where it will be inaugurated on 30 July at the Kiev History Museum, followed by the CerModern Museum in Ankara, Turkey, the Tbilisi History Museum in Tbilisi, Georgia, the Fine Arts Gallery of Uzbekistan in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, the China World Art Museum in Beijing and finally the Xi’an Art Museum in 2022.
The Exhibition has been conceived and staged by the Istituto Garuzzo per le Arti Visive (the Garuzzo Institute for the Visual Arts) with the support of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI), the Embassies and the Italian Institutes of Culture around the world, under the patronage of the Italian Ministry of Culture.
Marlene Bart is interviewed by Rica Rosa for the podcast Studiosuppe (in German).