MAGMA Gallery set to open exhibition of works by Nicola Facchini

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MAGMA Gallery set to open exhibition of works by Nicola Facchini
Nicola Facchini, Tanto Stava Gia Male, 2024.



VENICE.- MAGMA Gallery will present “Acqua Bruciata”, Nicola Facchini (Trieste, 1990) solo show, from January 27 to February 23.

Nicola Facchini is an Italian artist active on the national and international art scene through a series of exhibitions held in Beijing, Rome, Vienna, Venice and Tirana among others.

His artistic production ranges between painting, drawing and sculpture: from post-impressionist, expressionist, Baconian and conceptualist influences, the inquietant visions expressed by his art often give way to a shrewd and irreverent conception of life. It is precisely through a tragic yet humorous component - in the manner of Pirandello - that the artistic spirit of each of his works manifests itself.

Graduating in painting in 2015 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, Nicola Facchini began his journey in contemporary art through a vibrant pictorial production with expressive brushstrokes, in which bright hues are juxtaposed with darker shades. Disturbing visions and solitary characters alternate with still lifes: thus the artist lets a melancholic existentialism shine through without renouncing a veil of irony in the wit of the titles. This irreverence is even more evident in his sculptural production: biting, mocking and colorful, it highlights a sarcastic attitude and a very personal style.

The artist is a co-founder of the art collective Fondazione Malutta, through which he has exhibited in the Italian and international art scene since 2015. On an individual level, he has also held several solo exhibitions in Venice and Trieste, as well as in Baselga di Pinè (Trento) and Rijeka. Founder of two painting studios in Trieste and Venice, he currently collaborates with Dolomiti Contemporanee and the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.

MAGMA GALLERY Project Space - Venice

MAGMA gallery opens a new Project Space in Venice, a few steps from the Biennale, in the central and lively Via Garibaldi.

This space, which is added to the main headquarters in Bologna, will focus on solo exhibitions, site-specific installations and focus on individual artists.

Venice, thanks to the Biennale and the various cultural institutions it hosts, is certainly a global point of reference for contemporary art with which MAGMA gallery will continuously dialogue, highlighting its artistic ferment and creative influences. Therefore, the relationship with local artists and cultural organizations will be strong immediately.
The first two exhibitions scheduled for January and March 2024 will in fact be dedicated to two Italian artists from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, Nicola Facchini and Francesca Miotto, and will then continue the programming with installations and site-specific projects with international artists who have characterized our history since our foundation in 2016.










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