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Galleria Continua
San Gimignano
Beijing
Les Moulins
Habana
Roma
Eyes of the City. ‘Ascending Cities’ section

LORIS CECCHINI ‘Waterbones (Green Sponge + L System)’ 2018, 2000 stainless steel modules, sound produced by Alessio de Girolamo. Photo: Ela Bialkowska, OKNO Studio

21/12/2019

Eyes of the City. ‘Ascending Cities’ section

21/12/2019 - 01/03/2020

LORIS CECCHINI and ALESSIO DE GIROLAMO

Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen 

Futian railway station 

Shenzhen, China  

Directed by Carlo Ratti, Meng Jianmin, Fabio Cavallucci.

The Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture or UABB is currently the only biennial in the world that is exclusively based on themes of urbanism and urbanization. Located in the quickly urbanizing Pearl River Delta, the biennial is organized collaboratively by the two closely situated cities, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. 2019’s edition focuses on Urban Interactions as its theme that is then divided into two parallel sections, ‘Eyes of the City’ and ‘Ascending City’. Under the latter section, Loris Cecchini presents the work Waterbones (black) + L System, sound produced by Alessio de Girolamo; his instantly recognizable steel modules on a black background resemble organic forms while evoking a scientific and industrial production. The main venue of the biennial, the Futian underground high-speed railway station in Shenzhen, through its exhibition design, succeeds in associating the anonymity of the urban experience with the concept of an urban gateway to a potentially digitally augmented city.

Roots of Clouds Adrift - Temporality: OCAT Nanjing Public Art Project 2019

HANS OP DE BEECK ‘Pond (circular 200)’ 2013. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

15/11/2019

Roots of Clouds Adrift - Temporality: OCAT Nanjing Public Art Project 2019

15/11/2019 - 08/03/2020

LORIS CECCHINI, HANS OP DE BEECK 

group exhibition 

OCAT Nanjing Qixia Exhibition Site 

Nanjing, China 

Each edition’s 'OCAT Nanjing Qixia Public Art Project' features a particular subject and form and includes selected internationally-renowned artists from China and other countries to make public art in the designated area of the OCT Project in Qixia district. Hans Op De Beeck exhibits Pond (circular 200) 2013, a sculptural, achromatic interpretation of a water-lily pool that demonstrates not only the sublime beauty and solace inherent to the natural but also the failing representation of it. Loris Cecchini presents Synapsis paradigms and Micrologies VII 2013, self-produced welded steel modules that represent a disorienting biological metaphor. 

‘The Quest for Happiness – Italian Art Now’

LORIS CECCHINI ‘Waterbones (Sensitive Chaos)’ (detail) 2016. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

26/10/2019

‘The Quest for Happiness – Italian Art Now’

26/10/2019 - 29/03/2020

LORIS CECCHINI 

group exhibition 

Curated by Maria Stella Bottai, Lorella Scacco and Pirjo Immonen 

Serlachius Museum Gösta 

Joenniementie 47, Mänttä, Finland 

http://serlachius.fi/en/exhibitions/

‘The Return of Guests: Selections from the PSA Collection’

LORIS CECCHINI exhibition view

20/09/2019

‘The Return of Guests: Selections from the PSA Collection’

20/09/2019 - 08/03/2020

CAI GUO-QIANG, LORIS CECCHINI, PASCALE MARTHINE TAYOU 

group exhibition 

Power Station of Art 

Shanghai, China 

http://powerstationofart.com