NEON: The luminous matter of art

Thursday, 28 June 2012

Currently running at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome (MACRO) is NEON: The luminous matter of art, an exhibition curated by David Rosenberg and Bartholomew Pietromarchi. Around 70 works from over 50 great international artists are on display, dating from the 1940s to the present day.

Jason Rhoades: Untitled, (2004). Frank Cohen Collection. Photo by Giorgio Benni

The exhibition has been realized with the support of ENEL (Italy's National Electricity Board), and will run until 4 November 2012. 

Pierre Bismuth: Redeemed, (2011). Courtesy Pierre Bismuth, Jan Mot, Bruxelles

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Marie José Burki: Monologue, (2009). Courtesy Galerie Baronian-Francey, Bruxelles. Photo by Sven Laurent
Andrea Nacciarriti: R. I. P. (landscape), 2009. Collezione La Gaia, Busca. Courtesy Galleria Franco Soffiantino, Torino

Abitare by Massimo Uberti, 2009

Jamie Shovlin: Untitled (The Last Resort), 2007. Collezione Calabresi, Roma. Courtesy 1/9 unosunove arte contemporanea, Roma

Stefan Brüggemann: No in 12 different colours, (2009). Photo by Giorgio Benni