My curatorial practice is focused on contemporary art, with an accent on digital and post-internet. I am currently working independently and have founded Virginia Bianchi Gallery.
After working in different realities and digital marketer, I have acquired the right skills to develop the online platforms of creative institutions thanks to practical, hands-on experience.
Metro and bus stops are located a few minutes away from Tate Britain in Millbank, London. For this reason, while walking towards the museum, the visitor unintentionally experiences the installation The Depth of Darkness, hearing its roaring sound effects without knowing where they come from. The nearer to the entrance, the more the visitor wonders what those blaring sounds can be, which evoke the roar of waves and cover the loud noises of the metropolis.
At present – not sure if you know – I am attending a curatorial course in Venice and I am constantly entering in contact with the process of organizing exhibitions that make sense. It may seem banal and obvious, but finding the right concept for an exhibition – a concept that works, that is not too straightforward but not even too inexplicable, that has (almost) never been explored before – is SO complicated.
If there is one exhibition you can’t miss this winter, that is the one we are going to talk about in this article. Cerith Wyn Evans’ show ‘…The Illuminatin Gas’ at Pirelli Hangar Bicocca is the biggest exhibition of the artists up to today – and this should be already enough to convince you that this show is unmissable.
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