Odili Donald Odita’s newest mural installation is currently being installed at the Eweson Lobby of Newark Museum in Newark, New Jersey and will soon be opened to the public. The installation is made up of eight colorful monumental panels in the artist’s unmistakable geometric style.
We are truly happy to announce McDermott & McGough’s first major American museum survey exhibition “I’ve Seen the Future and I’m not Going” at Dallas Contemporary coinciding with the duo’s public installation “The Oscar Wilde Temple” in New York City! Congratulations!
M77 Gallery wishes to congratulate McDermott & McGough for their participation in Documenta 14 with the artwork The Greek Way, an installation that includes seven paintings by the artist duo that will excite curiosity and move visitors during the 100 days of exhibition in the city of Athens.
Odili Donald Odita, Time Machine, 2016, Acrylic latex on laminate panel, 244 x 122 cm
M77 Gallery is pleased to announce its partecipation at Arte Fiera 2017
January 27 – 30, 2017
Preview Thursday January 26, 2017
Pavilion 26 Booth B86
Viale della Fiera, 20
Entrance: Ovest Costituzione
Alfabeti Sommersi (Submerged Alphabets)
Emilio Isgrò and Anselm Kiefer at Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
November 1st to November 13th, 2016
Curated by Marco Bazzini and Sergio Risaliti
Alfabeti Sommersi, the contemporary art exhibition brought to life thanks to the works of two major artists: Emilio Isgrò e Anselm Kiefer. The exhibit, on display in the Sala d’Arme in Palazzo Vecchio, retraces the reflections and the history of the 1966 flood in Florence. The show will be open from November 1st to November 13th, from 11am to 7pm. The submerged city, the destroyed workshops, the books immersed in the mud: the exhibition addresses a “path” fifty-years long that, for the 50th anniversary of the flood, Palazzo Vecchio will introduce to the public.
Milan celebrates Emilio Isgrò with a large-scale retrospective of his work. As a conceptual artist and painter, but also a poet, writer, dramatist and theatre director, Isgrò has become one of the best-known names in Italian art at international level. Through his ‘erasure’ of texts from encyclopaedias, manuscripts, books, maps and films, he has reinterpreted the written word, transforming it into a visual language.
Dall’11 al 13 aprile 2015, M77 gallery è presente alla V edizione del MIA – Milan Image Art Fair (porta Nuova Varesine, piazza Lina Bo Bardi 1, Milano) con McDermott&McGough e con Bernardo Siciliano