Flashback. All art is contemporary. 2 - 5 November 2016, Turin
Flashback | All art is contemporary is the event dedicated to ancient and modern art that reaches – in 2017 – its fifth edition. The name of the event incorporates contents and intentions. On the one side the name: FLASHBACK, i.e. the retrospection – through which the event moves the past into the present – and on the other side the exhibition project: ALL ART IS CONTEMPORARY, which is inspired by Gino De Dominicis’ conceptual research on the theme of immortality and underlines and stigmatizes the “contemporaneity” of the experience of when the artwork is enjoyed.
Painting’s donation to the Museum of Jewish Heritage of New York
Caretto&Occhinegro gallery is glad to announce the donation of a painting to the Museum of Jewish Heritage of New York. The official act of donation has been on February 8, 2017. The painting represent “A Young Man as Bacchus” and was realized by the dutch artist Jan Franse Verzijl probably in 1630. The donation is the consequence of a collaboration between Caretto&Occhinegro and the FBI, into a larger project who include a series of art’s restitutions with the intent to reconstruct the collection of Max Stern.
Flashback. All art is contemporary. 3 - 6 November 2016, Turin
FLASHBACK hosts the best ancient and modern art galleries with the highest quality, which, selected on the basis of the importance of the exhibited artworks, represent change, transformation and originality.
Brueghel, Masterpieces of Flemish Art. from 21 September 2016 to 19 February 2017, Turin.
Starting from 21 September 2016 to 19 February 2017, the great Reggia della Venaria will host the exhibition Brueghel. Masterpieces of Flemish Art in which we are glad to collaborate as technical consultants and as loaners of a selection of masterworks by authors like Jan van Kessel, Jan Brueghel the Elder and Jan Brueghel the Younger.
From Brueghel to Picasso. 4 – 6 April 2016, FINECO Center
“From Brueghel to Picasso” a three days exhibition of important works from ‘500 to ‘900 Inside the new facilities of FINECO