Destroyed cabins, rubber tanks and a camera obscura.
Paolo Canevari’s art has been sculpted from the shadows of the modern world, but he hasn’t lost hope. Working with pitch-black rubber, used tires, and exhausted oil, he turns the waste products and omnipresent aftermath of industry into poignant structures that highlight how human beings have reshaped the world.
Paolo Canevari’s latest exhibition distils his artwork’s contention between the power of mankind, and the possibilities of polyvalence. Showing now at the Cardi Gallery in London, Canevari’s retrospective “Self-Portrait / Autoritratto” wrestles with his metamorphic practice, developed over the last thirty years.
After several months of closure, The Arts Club reopens with ‘Block Party’. The group exhibition brings together the gallery community of Dover and Grafton Streets including: Cardi Gallery, Gazelli Art House, Galerie Max Hetzler, Sprüth Magers, Richard Saltoun, Robilant + Voena, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac and David Zwirner.
A scream, denim landscapes, spiritual art, feathered entities, alone in an office and chunks of wood.
Last night Cardi Gallery, London opened a new exhibition that is an anthology exhibition dedicated to the pioneering Japanese movement Mono-ha,