EROS, Museo Archeologico di Gela, 26 Janvier - 3 Mars 2018

La mostra "Eros dal mito al contemporaneo" ha stupito, scandalizzato, incuriosito e ha fatto sopratutto riflettere sulla tematica dell'eros nell'arte attraverso il tempo. Gli artisti si sono confrontati con l'archeologia imbastendo un importante dialogo tra le opere create alle fondamenta della nostra civiltà e quelle originate nella società attuale

Philippe Berson, Barbara Cammarata, Giulio Catelli, Daniele Cascone, Gaetano Costa, Lou Dubois, Emanuele Giuffrida, Giovanni Iudice, Kali Jons, Isa Kaos, Frédéric Léglise, Giacomo Rizzo, Ignazio Schifano, Marco Stefanucci, Jojo Wang, William Zanghi

Film de l'exposition

New Horizons of European Painting II

What are ideas made from? Continuing the “New Horizons in Painting” trilogy, Frissiras museum promotes contemporary trends in Visual Arts and suggests intriguing artists, from the museum’s collections. In this second part, entitled “The Unpredictability of Ideas”, various depictions of visions and ideas are presented through the works of twenty-one artists. Each of them weaves in their own way unique worlds, some times dream-like, while others using scientific tools, thus creating images, which are bound to surprise not only the viewer, but sometimes even the artists themselves. Participating Artists: Agnes Baillon, Beata Bigaj, Christopher Le Brun, Vincent Corpet, Biliana Djurdjevic, Apostolos Georgiou, Afroditi Krontiri, Frederic Leglise, Mohamed Lekleti, , Michalis Manousakis, Gilles Marrey, Tassos Mantzavinos, Spyros Prokopiou, Leopold Rabus, Edouard Sacaillan, Uta Siebert, Attila Szcucs, Djamel Tatah, Elena Tsigaridou, Chrisa Valsamaki, Grzegorz Wnek.


Exhibition from 4 November to 16 December 2017

Opening Saturday 4 November, 17:00 - 21:00


Erratum is very pleased to reopen its doors with yet another exhibition on painting. To alleviate any thematic fatigue, the new four-headed team will kick off with a light and playful mode, gently experimenting with the qualities and features of the paint medium within the Raum.

As for introduction, the exhibition is conceived as a playlist de coeur from Dean, Franck, Linda, and Raphaël-Bachir. On the walls unfolds a spectrum of small-sized paintings displayed edge to edge, according to a simple principle of formal affinities and associations: a sort of visual mixtape of pieces by various artists.

An audio edition completes and extends the installation on display. Available on CD, it contains a second playlist of sounds and recordings submitted by the artists.

Playlist is a group compilation featuring works by Dean Annunziata, Alexandre Bavard, Mireille Blanc, Volodymir Bevza, Mathieu Boisadan, Fritz Bornstuck, Matthieu Clainchard, Claire Decet, Daniel Ewinger, Ivan Fayard, Samuel François, Vincent Gallais, Paris Giachoustidis, Annelies Grève, Lukas Glinkowski, Philip Grözinger, Christina Hartwich, Aurélie de Heinzelin, Pascal Hointza, Robin Isenmann, Heike Kelter, Youcef Korichi, Frédéric Léglise, Elodie Lesourd, Anna Ley, Caroline Meyer Bickenbach, Filip Mirazovic, Marc Molk, Pedro Moraes Landucci, Simon Morda-Cotel, Audrey Nervi, Maël Nohazic, Florence Obrecht, Raphaël-Bachir Osman, Axel Pahlavi, Simon Pasieka, Nazanin Pouyandeh, Robin Rapp, Franck Rausch, Alexander Skorobogatov, Juliette Sturlèse, Mathias Schech, Götz Schramm, Alex Tennigkeit & Paul Barnett, Alexander Tillegreen, Tyra Tingleff, Isabella Uhl, Raphaël Vincenot, Frank Vivier, Marta Vovk, Alexander Wagner and Sarah Wolher