September 25, 2012 - GAMeC – Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Bergamo - New exhibitions
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September 25, 2012

New exhibitions

Oliver Payne, Untitled, 2012. Courtesy Herald St, London and Gavin Browns Enterprise, New York.

New exhibitions at GAMeC

6th Premio Lorenzo Bonaldi per l’Arte – EnterPrize:
The Log-O-Rithmic
and
4th Artists’ Film International
From 28 September 2012
Opening: Thursday, 27 September, 6.30pm

GAMeC – Galleria d’Arte Moderna 
e Contemporanea di Bergamo
Via San Tomaso, 53
24121 Bergamo, Italy

www.gamec.it

6th Premio Lorenzo Bonaldi per l’Arte – EnterPrize:
The Log-O-Rithmic
28 September 2012–20 January 2013

Curators: Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen
Artists: Uri Aran, Karl Holmqvist, Kaspar Müller, Ken Okiishi, Oliver Payne, Emanuel Rossetti, Anicka Yi

The Premio Lorenzo Bonaldi per l’Arte – EnterPrize, now in its 6th year, is the only one of its kind: its aim is to search out talented curators under the age of 30 and to mount the winner’s proposed exhibition.

This award was presented for the first time in 2003 by the GAMeC with the support of the Bonaldi family as a result of the family’s wish to commemorate Lorenzo Bonaldi’s passion for art and collecting. Its purpose is to draw attention to the importance of the curator in the international art field and to encourage and support the talent of a young curator at an extremely dynamic moment of his or her professional career. The idea behind this prize was to create not a competitive situation, but an opportunity for professional growth and comparison. This is why, in 2005, the idea arose to accompany the awards ceremony with a biennial convention, Qui. Enter Atlas – International Symposium of Emerging Curators.

The Log-O-Rithmic exhibition is the outcome of the winning project of the Swiss freelance curator Fredi Fischli, chosen at GAMeC in November 2011 by an international panel. It takes the ephemeral work The Log-O-Rithmic Slide Rule by the architects Trix and Robert Haussmann as a starting point. As a playful device based on a bureaucratic principle, it offers a combinatory potential that creates infinite varieties of imaginative architecture, language and images. Seven contemporary artists have been invited to activate the experimental device and reprocess it for their own specific purpose.

With the support of: Istituto Svizzero di Roma

4th Artists’ Film International
28 September 2012–20 January 2013

Curators: Sara Fumagalli and Stefano Raimondi

GAMeC is pleased to present the 4th Artists’ Film International, a project created by the Whitechapel Gallery in London involving international institutions all over the world.

Each institution nominated an artist—or a group of artists—through a selection of works in which the use of moving images represents the key medium.

The selected artists and the nominating institutions are:
Corin Sworn / Whitechapel Gallery, London
Gianluca and Massimiliano De Serio / GAMeC, Bergamo
Alejandro Cesarco / Fundación PROA, Buenos Aires
Sefer Memisoglu / Istanbul Modern, Istanbul
Dan Finsel / Ballroom Marfa, Marfa
Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkacova / Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin
Aleksandar Jestrović Jamesdin / Belgrade Cultural Centre, Belgrade
Ben Hagari / New Media Center, Haifa
Karim Debbagh / Cinémathèque de Tanger, Tangier
Sriwhana Spong / City Gallery Wellington, Wellington
Nguyễn Trinh Thi / Sàn Art, Ho Chi Minh City
Liu Chuang / Para/Site, Hong Kong

For further information: www.gamec.it.

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