November 7th 2021 – March 7th 2022
curated by Giorgio Verzotti
With the exhibition White Zone Zero Woolbridge Gallery in Biella on Sunday 7th November 2021, for the first time all of its spaces are dedicated to a large collective to celebrate the current Italian art scene.
The first part of the title, White Zone, indicates that the exhibition was born as a wish for a restart after the months of lockdown, closure and isolation, while Zero means the “number zero” of a series, indicating that the exhibition aims to be the first of a cycle of reviews that every year will take stock of the most different aspects of Italian artistic research. To this end, Woolbridge Gallery intends to open an ongoing dialogue and fruitful collaboration with other Italian galleries.
Let’s talk about current events because White Zone Zero, to begin with, is largely dedicated to the younger artists, who emerged in recent years, before the pandemic closed the exhibition spaces. However, there will be exponents of different generations, starting with four figures who are proposed as masters to whom the artists who came later have somehow looked at: Osvaldo Licini, Carol Rama, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Enzo Cucchi.
White Zone Zero is curated by Giorgio Verzotti who asked the artists, when possible, to exhibit the works created during the two lockdowns and which are valid for everyone as a viaticum for a new beginning.
Among the artists present:
Marisa Albanese, Francesco Arena, Francesca Banchelli, Jacopo Benassi, Filippo Berta, Enrica Borghi, Luigi Carboni, Barbara Colombo, Massimo De Caria, Davide D’Elia, Andrea Francolino, Goldschmied & Chiari, Paolo Gonzato, Filippo Manzini, Andrea Martinucci, Ignazio Mortellaro, Simone Pellegrini, Luisa Protti, Giovanni Termini …
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