Our friend Agostino Iacurci will be opening his new solo exhibition “Small Wheel, Big Wheel” next month at Wunderkammern in Rome, Italy.
The exhibition “Small wheel, big wheel” examines the subject of play as a moment of suspension in everyday life, and the founding of new conventions.
The exhibited works explore the delicate and complex symbioses that are triggered by seemingly simple actions. Extremity, hazard, devotion, impermanence, and obsession are just a just a few of the myriad ingredients of play that have profound parallels in the creative processes of artistic production.
New works by the artist will be showcased: drawings, paintings, objects and installations in public space that compete to outline the portrait of a “tenderly stiff” humanity in its As a preview to the show, the artist has created the public piece “Zero Infinito” on the facade of the building of I.I.S.S. Di Vittorio-Lattanzio, on via Aquilonia, near the gallery.
The show will be running for 8 February, 2014 to 22 March, 2014 AT Wunderkammern, Via Gabrio Serbelloni 124, Rome.
Get with us after the break to see the preview and then tell us in the comments if you’re looking forward to purchasing any of the pieces previewed here.