En Plein air
Pittura ad olio su tenda acrilica.
La quarta vetrina: Libreria delle donne, Milano
a cura di Francesca Pasini
Museo d’Inverno, with seasonal programs, proposes to set up a series of exhibitions, inviting artists from different generations to choose and present the work of other artists from their own personal collections, curating the exhibitions and thus highlighting the relationships, friendships, collaborations and sometimes love stories that transpired at particular moments of their lives and artistic journeys. The result is an idiosyncraticsort of “Museum,” focused on the desire to explore as far as possible an unofficial, “secret” contemporary art history/story, in many case previously unknown.
The Museum, located above Fonte Nuova, one of the fourteenth-century fountains that once supplied water to the city, is supported by the Contrada della Lupa, one of Siena’s seventeen historic neighborhood organizations. The space is heated by a woodburning fireplace. The Museo d’Inverno project is conceived and directed by the artists Francesco Carone and Eugenia Vanni. www.museodinverno.com
Artribune Magazine #23
Year V, n° 23, January-February 2015
Cover: Eugenia Vanni, Still life with bronze and onions detail, 2015
inside, interview by Daniele Perra in the Talents section , pag. 76-77
Cover shows two onions. Eugenia Vanni talks about herself
Aperto 2014 residency, permanent exhibit, Art on the border Valle Camonica.
Eugenia Vanni, Tableau Vivant,
Entrance of the Nadro Natural Park
Permanent work realized in collaboration with the chef Roberto Sbardellini. Inserts and fresco decorations: patterns from the egg brushing of Casoncelli.
Notebook: Tableau Vivant
Authors: Eugenia Vanni and Roberto Sbardellini
NoWhere|FEAR Community|To be able to
Research and practice in art.
This book is based on a re-assessment of ideas used in the theses for their Master’s Degrees of three young artists graduating from the Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti. It aims to offer a contribution in the debate regarding the various forms of artistic research and the connection between serious thought and experience in academic training.
The publication of this book, developed on initiative by NABA and curated by Elisabetta Galasso, provides an alternative view point of three research projects conducted during the two-year Master’s Degree in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies as well as offering a novel way of diffusing the traditional thesis.
For Eugenia Vanni, To be able to: artistic practices in the light of daily workmanship, credits to: Francesco Oliveto, Marco Petroni, Cesare Pietroiusti, Gabi Scardi
Published by NABA Milano, 2012
Authors: Anja Puntari, Valeria Muledda, Eugenia Vanni
Format: 12×20 cm
Original language: Italian
Graphics: Marcella Foschi
Distribution: Messaggerie Libri
ISBN 9788890689802 Italian
MARS: Trigger Party: Rudy Cremonini, Andrea Magnani, Eugenia Vanni, 2013
Painting by Rudy Cremonini. Contribution of strobe light by Eugenia Vanni
Oil on canvas, strobe light
Exhibited at: MARS, Milan
Photo by Andrea Magnani