Nomad Capri

Informazioni Evento

Luogo
CERTOSA DI SAN GIACOMO
Via Certosa 1, Capri, Italia
Date
Dal al

Apertura al pubblico: 7-10 luglio, dalle 17 alle 23

Vernissage
06/07/2022

ore 17 su invito

Contatti
Sito web: https://www.nomad-circle.com
Generi
arte contemporanea, fiera
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prima edizione di NOMAD Capri.

Comunicato stampa

Dalla sua nascita nel 2017, NOMAD ha portato a termine con successo nove edizioni a St. Moritz, Monaco, Venezia e Cannes (virtuale). Viaggiando per il mondo, NOMAD annuncia ogni anno una nuova destinazione. In questo modo, NOMAD risponde a un interesse in costante crescita per il design da collezione e l'arte contemporanea, tra collezionisti e istituzioni culturali.
La fiera, assolutamente unica nel suo genere, ospita gallerie internazionali di primo piano con mostre di spicco in location straordinarie dal punto di vista architettonico. Il pubblico di alto livello che attrae è meglio descritto come una comunità di professionisti esigenti, in quanto stabilisce un dialogo unico tra arte, architettura e design in un contesto molto personale. Si rivolge a coloro che cercano un'esperienza diversa da quella delle grandi fiere. E la trovano. Nei raffinati interni storici della Chesa Planta a St. Moritz, nelle grandi sale di Villa La Vigie a Monaco o a Palazzo Soranzo Van Axel Palazzo a Venezia, negli ultimi tre anni hanno partecipato a ogni edizione di NOMAD fino a 4.000 visitatori internazionali di alto livello.

GALLERIES

Expect to see exquisite exhibits on show by the following galleries:

GALLERIA FONTI, NAPLES

The gallery focuses on research and languages that explore poetic conceptualism. At NOMAD Capri, it will present works by Salvatore Emblema, Piero Golia, Daniel Knoor, and Giulia Piscitelli. Emblema’s works focus on the transparency through the technical possibilities of de-weaving jute. Golia’s work drives us in a maze of banality that has been elevated to a deep experience. Knorr’s work is characterized by re-adressing socio-political and economic issues within the context of art. Piscitelli’s work focuses on a scattered and confused humanity that embodies the common condition of today.

MERCADO MODERNO, RIO DE JANEIRO

After a successful debut in NOMAD St. Moritz earlier this year, the photographer Bob Wolfenson gets into the spirit of Capri’s effervescent summer, now presenting a powerful image of fashion icon Gisele Bündchen. Inspired by the beaches bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea, Ines Schertel presents her “slow Design” in a different way, surprisingly showing a perfect match between wool and rock. The influence of Italy on Brazilian Modern Design—flagship of the gallery—can not be missed in this edition. The unmistakable lines by Lina Bo Bardi and Giuseppe Scapinelli, can be seen in elegant pieces, specially chosen to represent the strong connection between the two countries.

SPAZIO NOBILE, BRUSSELS

In this walk along the paths of Capri facing the blue immensity of the Bay of Naples, Spazio Nobile explores the stratifications of ancient soils through the creations of Italian architect and designer Marialaura Irvine. Originally from the area around Oplantis, Marialaura has been immersed in the archaeological culture and the mysterious atmosphere of cities such as Pompeii and Herculaneu. Spazio Nobile draws a singular landscape around the creations by Marialaura Irvine, impregnated with Italian culture, between the tradition of age-old know-how and contemporaneity. Other designers artists include: include Pao Hui Kao (TW), Piet Stockmans (BE), Bela Silva (PT), Åsa Jungnelius (SE), Garnier & Linker (FR), Katherine Huskie (UK), Philipp Weber, Kiki van Eijk (NL), Päivi Rintaniemi (FI), Fabian von Spreckelsen (DE), Jesper Eriksson (SE/FR), Jörg Bräuer (DE),Tomáš Libertíny (SLO).

VOLUMNIA, PIACENZA

Abstractly interpreting the Mediterranean land and deep blue sea of Capri, VOLUMNIA presents a design conversation with a special echo to the bright colors of the Island. For example, a coffee table with a vivid blue ceramic base from the sixties and a pair of Martingala armchairs by Marco Zanuso, newly upholstered with Loro Piana silk-cashmere in sea colors, are presented close together near the unbelievably beautiful Giardino Del Priore.

SPECIAL PROJECTS

What’s more we have a number of special projects conceived ad hoc for NOMAD Capri. They’re truly unique in both content and form.

Here’s some of them:

CORALIA, DRAGA & AUREL + ROSSANA ORLANDI

Draga & Aurel and Rossana Orlandi Gallery present a selection of art design pieces created in exclusive for the gallery together with unreleased items. Coralia is a tale narrated through objects in which resin, with its delicate mineral hues, is the protagonist. Translucent and fluid, the resin lights up in the Joy Circle lamps, it looks like a precious stone when combined with raw cement in the Golia coffee tables, or again recalls the beauty of the seabed in the Cala benches.

JEWELS OF ABSTRACTION, LAUREN ADRIANA

Lauren Adriana’s commitment to abstraction over naturalism sets her jewels apart from others and inspires the boldly graphic designs that are her signature. The jewels that will be exhibited at NOMAD Capri are emphatically non-figurative and non-representational, rejecting the usual inspirations of naturalism and romantic historicism. By creating daringly abstract one-of-a-kind jewels using the finest craftsmanship and prioritizing rare gemstones, Lauren Adriana’s work is setting a new dialogue within jewelry.

GRAND TOUR, ZAZA’ AND GALLERIA FEDERICO VAVASSORI

zaza’ and Galleria Federico Vavassori present a collaborative project on Mediterranean artistic practices focused on historical and contemporary crafts in the region.