T293

T293 Contemporary Art Gallery

06/06/2024
We are glad to present the upcoming solo exhibition ‘Yet Always Blooming’ by Effie Wanyi Li (China, 1995) on June 5th at...
29/05/2024

We are glad to present the upcoming solo exhibition ‘Yet Always Blooming’ by Effie Wanyi Li (China, 1995) on June 5th at via Ripense 6, Rome.

The show explores the interconnections among mental states, body sensations, and the external environment, documenting the research of Effie Wanyi Li conducted through subtle bodily perceptions and emotional experiences.

For the opening night - June 5th - the exhibition will be open from 7pm to 11pm, with MINIERA DJ SET.

22/05/2024
In continuity with ‘Eros/Thanatos’ in Naples at 'Le Scalze', T293 Gallery is proud to present ‘Also on View: Yongqi Tang...
22/05/2024

In continuity with ‘Eros/Thanatos’ in Naples at 'Le Scalze', T293 Gallery is proud to present ‘Also on View: Yongqi Tang’, an intimate show that offers a unique vision of the artistic process of Yongqi Tang until June 7, 2024. This exhibition unveils the preparatory charcoal drawings on paper that precede those exhibited in Naples, offering visitors a rare glimpse into the foundational elements of her work.

Save the date | May 16 - Le Scalze, Napoli
15/05/2024

Save the date | May 16 - Le Scalze, Napoli

Celebrating 20 years of Claire Fontaine's impactful career in the contemporary art scene. Their contributions have pushe...
16/04/2024

Celebrating 20 years of Claire Fontaine's impactful career in the contemporary art scene. Their contributions have pushed boundaries and redefined artistic expression. Founded in Paris in 2004, this collective has inspired the path of the Venice Biennale 2024.
Here there are two decades of shows at T293.



01- Claire Fontaine
'Readymade Emotions', 2023
Exhibition view at T293, Rome, November 10 - December 7, 2023
Photo by: Daniele Molajoli

02- Claire Fontaine
'Tutto è comune', 2018
Exhibition view at T293, Rome, September 29 - October 30, 2018
Photo by: Roberto Apa

03- Claire Fontaine
'Pretend to be dead', 2015
Exhibition view at T293, Rome, February 7 - March 19, 2015
Photo by: Roberto Apa

04- Claire Fontaine
'Ma l'amor mio non muore', 2012
Exhibition view at T293, Rome, March 17 - May 12, 2012
Photo by: Maurizio Esposito

05- ‘Foreigners Everywhere’, T293, Naples
Curated by Claire Fontaine
Artists: Damian Le Bas, Delaine Le Bas, Karl Holmqvist, Stephan Dillemuth, Claire Fontaine
May 14 - July 17, 2010

06- Claire Fontaine
'Interior design for bastards', 2009
Exhibition view at T293, Naples, February 12 - March 28, 2009
Photo by: Danilo Donzelli

07- Claire Fontaine
'Taccuini Di Guerra Incivile', 2007
Exhibition view at T293, Naples, April 14 - May 26, 2007
Photo by: Pasquale Di Stasio

Isaac Soh Fujita Howell, By order from above (and we are all dutiful citizen), 2024By order from above (and we are all d...
05/03/2024

Isaac Soh Fujita Howell, By order from above (and we are all dutiful citizen), 2024By order from above (and we are all dutiful citizen), installation view, T293 Rome, 2024

Claire FontaineOn Fire, 2023shaped lightbox, digital print, dimmer, transformer and cables114 × 88 × 9.5 cm (44 ⅞ × 34 ⅝...
04/03/2024

Claire Fontaine
On Fire, 2023
shaped lightbox, digital print, dimmer, transformer and cables
114 × 88 × 9.5 cm (44 ⅞ × 34 ⅝ × 3 ¾ inches)

Photo Credit: Daniele Molajoli

Lito Kattou's "Travellers" is on view at T293 Rome until March 23, 2024
01/03/2024

Lito Kattou's "Travellers" is on view at T293 Rome until March 23, 2024

Each of the Travellers embodies diverse narratives, carried as either a burden or a gift, akin to landscapes etched on t...
01/03/2024

Each of the Travellers embodies diverse narratives, carried as either a burden or a gift, akin to landscapes etched on their bodies or echoes of ancient structures. These forms serve as allegories, reflecting a world in flux and offering insights into humanity’s evolving presence on the earth.

Through her art, Lito Kattou probes into themes of belonging, communal dynamics, the essence of exchange, the isolation bred by displacement, and the conflict between retaining one’s roots versus succumbing to external pressures.

Lito Kattou’s “Travellers” is on view at T293 Rome until March 23, 2024.

Image:
Lito Kattou
Traveller IX, 2024
Aluminum, acrylic paint, foam
198 × 194.5 × 15 cm (78 × 76 ⅝ × 5 ⅞ inches)

Photo Credit: Daniele Molajoli

Throw back to Erica Mahinay’s solo show ‘Moving From and For,’ which took place at T293 in September 2023.Through her wo...
28/02/2024

Throw back to Erica Mahinay’s solo show ‘Moving From and For,’ which took place at T293 in September 2023.

Through her work, she invites us to delve into the very essence of painting, highlighting the importance of substrate and structure while infusing color and gesture with tangible materiality.

Born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Erica Mahinay moved to Los Angels ten years ago.

To learn more about her artistic practice and get a taste of her daily life in her Los Angeles studio, you can watch the T293 studio visit on our YouTube channel through our linktree in the bio.

Erica Mahinay
Sweat, 2023
oil on canvas
157.5 × 147.3 cm

Ph. by .molajoli



Hangama Amiri’s solo show “A Homage To Home” is currently on view at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art (Kansas City)...
27/02/2024

Hangama Amiri’s solo show “A Homage To Home” is currently on view at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art (Kansas City), until August 24th , 2024.

Amiri’s choice of materials stems from autobiographical origins—her mother taught her to sew and her uncle was a tailor. Her textiles also reference the colors and fabrics she remembers in the bazaars and on the streets in Kabul. She sources her materials from an Afghan-owned shop in New York City’s fashion district, collaging with fabric and painting on the surfaces.

Pictured: Installation view
Hangama Amiri: A Homage to Home, January 26, 2024 - August 25, 2024, Charlotte Crosby Kemper Gallery, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri. Photo: E. G. Schempf, 2024.





‘Travellers’ by Lito Kattou will be open to the public throughout March 2024.Each one of the Travellers is carrying a di...
26/02/2024

‘Travellers’ by Lito Kattou will be open to the public throughout March 2024.

Each one of the Travellers is carrying a different story felt as a burden or as a gift. Those bodies are parables, agents of a world in transformation and a mechanism of understanding the presence of humans on earth seen now differently.
Landscapes engraved on their bodies, relics of buildings, weapons, copper plated flowers collected from the Mediterranean area, umbrellas, tools or other carried folded shelters that could be used throughout the journey, might reveal adaptive readiness for their journeys. 

T293 opening hours: Tuesday- Friday 12-7 pm; Saturday 3-7 pm.

Pictured: Lito Kattou
Traveller III, 2024
aluminum, acrylic paint, styrofoam
198 × 205 × 3 cm 

Photo by .molajoli




Come to visit Isaac Soh Fujita Howell’s first solo exhibition at T293. “By order from above (and we are all dutiful citi...
22/02/2024

Come to visit Isaac Soh Fujita Howell’s first solo exhibition at T293. “By order from above (and we are all dutiful citizens)” is currently on view until March 23, 2023.

Isaac Soh Fujita Howell (b.1993, Princeton, New Jersey, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He received his BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and MFA from the Yale School of Art.

Pictured:
Isaac Soh Fujita Howell
Cause for departure, 2023
acrylic on canvas / acrilico su tela
91.44 × 60.96 cm (36 × 24 inches)

Photo by .molajoli


Last week to visit SYMMETRICAL SPACE POPS at Galerie Gregor Staiger in Zurich, a group show Curated by Monster Chetwynd....
21/02/2024

Last week to visit SYMMETRICAL SPACE POPS at Galerie Gregor Staiger in Zurich, a group show Curated by Monster Chetwynd.

Here is an installation view of the exhibition showing the amazing sculptural work by Sonia Kachem, who is part of this show together with many other artists.

Photo credit



Throw back to November ’23 when Claire Fontaine transformed three emojis into luminous sculptures at T293.The artist has...
20/02/2024

Throw back to November ’23 when Claire Fontaine transformed three emojis into luminous sculptures at T293.

The artist has once again captivated the art world with her latest series, where she deftly transforms three everyday emojis into dazzling luminous sculptures. Known for her innovative approach to contemporary art, Claire Fontaine’s latest creations push the boundaries of perception and interpretation.

“We have learned to appropriate the metonymies of readymade emotions, the same for everyone but unique for each life, exactly as we did for language. The words to express ourselves are identical for everyone and the reason why we understand them is precisely that they belong to each of us, they are a common heritage and the object of continuous exchange between anyone who shares the use of a language.”

Pictured:Claire Fontaine
Left & Right, 2023
shapes lightbox, digital print, dimmer, transformer and cables
70 × 100 × 9.5 cm 

Photo by .molajoli


“MOTHERBOY” curated by Stella Bottai and Gray Wielebinski at Giò Marconi in Milan has been extended until February 24! F...
19/02/2024

“MOTHERBOY” curated by Stella Bottai and Gray Wielebinski at Giò Marconi in Milan has been extended until February 24!

Featuring the exploration of the mother-son relationship, and themes of sacrifice, co-dependency the show includes three new paintings by Patrizio di Massimo.

Pictured: Patrizio di Massimo
Motherboy (Mum & Lago), 2023
oil on linen in artist frame
194 × 144 × 4 cm (76 ⅜ × 56 ¾ × 1 ⅝ inches)





“ I dreamed about a culture of belonging. I still dream that dream” — Bell HooksThe dream of a culture of belonging is n...
16/02/2024

“ I dreamed about a culture of belonging. I still dream that dream”
— Bell Hooks

The dream of a culture of belonging is not merely a fleeting wish; it is a powerful affirmation of our shared humanity. It calls upon us to break down the barriers that separate us and to cultivate spaces of inclusivity, empathy, and understanding.
Lito is questioning these themes within the exhibition space, creating a path that describes the journey and formation of a community in transit.

Image: the artist is standing between two of the eight statues installed on the gallery walls: “Traveller VI “(left) and “Traveller VII “(right).

Photo by .molajoli



Isaac Soh Fujita Howell’s introspective brushstrokes unravel the fabric of societal estrangement, challenging us to pres...
15/02/2024

Isaac Soh Fujita Howell’s introspective brushstrokes unravel the fabric of societal estrangement, challenging us to preserve our shared humanity amidst forces that threaten to divide us. As we confront ideologies that diminish our collective experience, we must ask: How do we safeguard our humanism in a world that demands conformity over authenticity? Can we resist the allure of machinehood and nurture our essence as individuals?

Image: Isaac Soh Fujita Howell, By order from above (and we are all dutiful citizens)

Until March 23, 2024

Photo by .molajoli


“You can make a drawing of two people in love, but the tenderness doesn’t always come out.
I’m trying to make tenderness...
14/02/2024

“You can make a drawing of two people in love, but the tenderness doesn’t always come out.
I’m trying to make tenderness come out, tenderness and the possibility of touch.”
Isabella Ducrot

Image: Isabella Ducrot, Tendernesses ###I, 2021
pastel, pigments, collages on Chinese paper

Exciting News in the Los Angeles Art Scene…Mia Weiner has been recently recognized in Artsy’s official ranking as one of...
13/02/2024

Exciting News in the Los Angeles Art Scene…
Mia Weiner has been recently recognized in Artsy’s official ranking as one of the ultra-contemporary artists whose influence is rapidly growing. Congratulation to Mia!

Image:
Mia Weiner at T293 gallery during her solo show “Sirens” in Novembre 2023.

Discover Mia’s work on our web site.

Link in bio.



Lito Kattou’s “Travellers” exhibition now open at T293 Gallery! February 8 - March 23, 2024“I dreamed about a culture of...
09/02/2024

Lito Kattou’s “Travellers” exhibition now open at T293 Gallery!
February 8 - March 23, 2024

“I dreamed about a culture of belonging. I still dream that dream.” - bell hooks

In her latest series “Travellers,” Lito Kattou delves into the essence of human movement and exchange, exploring the relationships between individuals, nature, and technology. Kattou’s works navigate boundaries, lands, and psychological realms, unraveling stories of transformation and adaptation.

Image: Installation view of Lito Kattou’s “Travellers”, T293 Rome

Photo: .molajoli


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Via Ripense 6
Rome
00153

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Martedì 12:00 - 19:00
Mercoledì 12:00 - 19:00
Giovedì 12:00 - 19:00
Venerdì 12:00 - 19:00

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T293

Fondata nel 2002 in un antico palazzo nel centro storico di Napoli in Via dei Tribunali 293, T293 è inizialmente concepita come spazio curatoriale. Da sempre caratterizzata da una lucida consapevolezza delle pratiche artistiche correnti e da una forte attività di ricerca, T293 si è presto contraddistinta per il carattere sperimentale delle sue mostre e per la presentazione di riflessioni artistiche concettualmente rilevanti. Nonostante le sue numerose trasformazioni durante il tempo, T293 conserva fino ad oggi questo approccio all’arte e all’estetica contemporanee. T293 cambia la sua struttura organizzativa nel 2006 e diventa galleria d’arte commerciale. Nel 2010 la galleria apre la propria sede principale a Roma con l’intenzione di rafforzare la propria presenza sul territorio nazionale. Oggi si trova in via Ripense, nello storico quartiere di Trastevere, in uno spazio di oltre 400 metri quadrati che conserva le strutture originali dell’officina di metallo che fu in passato. Gli artisti vengono ogni volta messi alla prova dalla peculiarità dello spazio espositivo e dall’inevitabile confronto con la storia artistica della città di Roma. In mezzo a questi contrasti e sfide, T293 spinge al dialogo diverse generazioni di esperti del settore e accoglie un pubblico qualificato e cosmopolita, ponendosi come centro di una rete professionale coesa. Sensibile in particolar modo al coinvolgimento della nuova generazione di personalità emergenti, la galleria è stata all'avanguardia nell'utilizzo dei mezzi di comunicazione sociale per la diffusione e fruizione – anche oltreconfine – del proprio programma, dei propri progetti e del proprio messaggio. La grande dedizione nel trovare sempre ciò che è nuovo nella complessità del panorama dell’arte contemporanea ha permesso alla galleria di ospitare le mostre di esordio di alcune tra le figure riconosciute oggi come le più interessanti a livello internazionale.

Established in 2002 in an historical building of the Neapolitan center, in Via dei Tribunali 293, T293 is initially conceived as a curatorial space. Always characterized by a lucid awareness of current artistic practices and a strong research activity, T293 was soon characterized by the experimental nature of its exhibitions and by the presentation of conceptually relevant artistic reflections. Despite its numerous transformations over time, T293 has retained this approach to contemporary art and aesthetics to this day. T293 changed its organizational structure in 2006 and became a commercial art gallery. In 2010 the gallery opened its main office in Rome with the intention of strengthening its position on the national territory. It is now located in via Ripense, in the historic Trastevere district, in a space of over 400 square meters which preserves the original structures of the previous activity, a metal workshop. The artists, in fact, are continuously tested by the peculiarity of the exhibition space and by the inevitable comparison with the artistic history of the city of Rome. In the midst of these contrasts and challenges, T293 induces a dialogue between several generations of experts and welcomes a qualified and cosmopolitan audience, placing itself as the center of a cohesive professional network. Particularly sensitive to the involvement of the new generation of emerging personalities, the gallery has been at the forefront in the use of social media for the dissemination and ex*****on – even beyond borders – of its program, projects and its own message. The great dedication to always find what is new in the complexity of the panorama of contemporary art has allowed the gallery to host the debut exhibitions of some of the figures recognized today as the most interesting internationally.

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