De Carlo
— Events
and fairs


— Günther Förg

May 26 — October 14, 2018

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents a major survey of the work of German artist Günther Förg (1952–2013). A Fragile Beauty explores the work of a rebellious artist whose oeuvre embodies a critical, witty, yet rigorous and penetrating critique of the canon of modern art.


— Hermann Nitsch

May 19 — May 19, 2018

In the opening of this extraordinary biographical anniversary exhibition, the focus is on a eulogy by Giuseppe Morra, Nitsch’s companion of many years and friend for life. In the last few decades Morra has produced many performances, exhibitions, projects and publications for and with Nitsch and, in 2008 in Naples, founded the private Museo Nitsch, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.


— Gelitin

May 19 — August 12, 2018

In the sculpture exhibition Vorm – Fellows – Attitude, Gelatin explores the human condition in an overtly playful manner. Their point of departure is the value of taboo-breaking confrontation and the liberated, light-hearted perspective that we have as young children. Gelatin invites visitors to step into this uninhibited world, to leave behind their adult identity and to feel like children again.


— Gianfranco Baruchello

May 19 — September 16, 2018

Developed in collaboration with Gianfranco Baruchello (Livorno 1924), the exhibition retraces the pursuit of an artist who ventured beyond the traditional confines of art, questioning cultural systems and conventions. An experimenter in techniques and idioms, Baruchello began his quest rethinking the pictorial medium, practicing juxtaposition, assemblage, writing, and reductions of scale.


— Massimo Bartolini, Gianfranco Baruchello

May 11 — 00, -0001

Raymond is a project conceived as a homage to the figure of Raymond Roussel with the aim of triggering a series of events, happenings and artworks in the spaces of the Grand Hotel et Des Palmes of Palermo, the place in which the French writer died on July 14, 1933, on the day of the Celebrations for S. Rosalia, patron saint of the city.


— Massimo Bartolini, Gianfranco Baruchello

May 11 — June 30, 2018

The spaces of the former library of the old University of Sassari are filled with contemporary art. Ceramics, textiles, bronze, glass and water, small objects, neon and laser, site-specific interventions… and obviously tons of paper, tons of words and different languages. Then there’s photographers, poets and filmmakers making their contributions. An exhibiton in which each of the 54 artsts of the internatonal scene is given a set of shelves, from A to X, like in any respectable library.