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28/11 2008



N.O.GALLERY Project Room is pleased to announce Massimo Uberti solo exhibition in the new location in Matteo Bandello 18

The exhibition will be on view from till December the 19th 2008
N.O.Gallery Project Room’s research proceeds with GATE NOW OPEN, a site specific installation projected by Massimo Uberti
Uberti builds spaces that become, at the same time, physical and impalpable.
Formal simplicity, distinctive of the artist’s creations, favours a direct approach to the artwork and to the personal meaning that arises from it.

Massimo Uberti invites the spectator to cross a threshold: an open gate highlights and pursues an art’s meaning beyond the mere external appearance.

Massimo Uberti (1964, lives and works in Brescia, Italy). Selected solo exhibitions: 2008 Dreams of a possibile city, Fondazione delle Stelline, Milan – 2005 ³5500°k² Gall. Paolo Bonzano Artecontemporanea, Palazzo Taverna, Rome – 2001 Lucedòro, complesso monumentale di San Salvatore in Lauro, Rome – 1998 Dessin du Dessin: Vetrines du hall, Ecole de Beaux Art de Valanciennes, France – 1997 Città invisibile, Istituto d¹Arte Depero, Rovereto – 1994 La ricchezza, Belle Arti of Brera Academy, Milan –1990 Signori si chiude!, Via Lazzaro Palazzi Space, Milan

Selected group exhibitions: 2008 Inscape Landscape, N.O.Gallery in collaboration with Le Case d’Arte, Milan – 2008 M.A.P., N.O.Gallery, Milan – 2006 Intangibile Routes in Estrecho Dudoso, Museo de Arte y Diseno Contemporaneo, S. Josè, Costa Rica – 2005 Filoluce, Museo della Permanente Milan, curated by R.Ferrario – 2003 EV+A 2003, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick, Irland – 2000 Mind the Gap, Akademie Galerie, Munich – 2000 Periscopio 2000, Palazzo delle Stelline, Milan – 1999 Effetto Notte, Napoli Sotterranea, Naples – 1998 Generazione Media, Palazzo della Triennale, Milan – 1995 Campo, Corderie dell’Arsenale, Venice cat. Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, Turin – 1995 Tradition & Innovation, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea – 1992 Entre chien et loup, Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble, Grenoble



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