13 maggio OPening premio Lissone 2023

The Lissone Prize this year has been reformulated by Francesca Guerisoli, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lissone, entrusting four curators with four exhibitions that will dialogue in the museum for four months.

Underlying the Lissone 2023 Prize is the desire to bring out the lines of research linked to the medium of painting through the eyes of curators and artists of different generations. Current research that can be traced back to contemporary painting is declined in multiple languages, which expose the concept of painting to countless readings.

The exhibition is divided into two chapters: the Grand Prix Section, with the exhibitions Pittura come pratica progettuale and Cose che accadono, the former curated by Gabi Scardi and the latter by Noah Stolz, and the New Visions Section, with the exhibitions Vedute, visioni, voragini and Sonata #023, curated by Saverio Verini and Lucrezia Longobardi respectively.

I am very happy to be part, together with wonderful artists: Sonia Arienta, Isabella Pers, Tiziana Pers, Linda Carrara.

‘La Pittura Come Pratica Progettuale’ is the exhibition with which Gabi Scardi focuses on the work of five artists who share an interest in painting as design practice and are driven by a sensitivity to the crucial issues of our time.