Current Exhibitions


Frescoes and Botanical Collections

June 24th – September 9th, 2023
Opening: Saturday, June 24th, 2023, 11 a.m.

Frescoes and Botanical Collections is the title of Vincenzo Castella‘s solo exhibition, an exhibition where the artist moves with equal rigour between Renaissance frescoes and botanical collections: for his eye and photographic lens, in fact, these are absolutely equal spheres.
A keen observer of the urban landscapes of large cities, Castella has shown over the years displayed an artistic journey that has traversed industrial realities, landscapes across the ocean with the African-American communities of Mississippi and Tennessee, Renaissance painting and architecture, and more recently has focused on the representation of the plant kingdom and nature in urban captivity. There is no opposition or contrast, but intricate logic about photography and about representation, light, colour, and point of observation.




June 24th – November 11th, 2023
Opening: Saturday, June 24th, 2023, 11 a.m.

Jacob Hashimoto’s solo show at Studio la Città presents for the first time an entire collection of 34 works on canvas. Therefore, it will not be monochrome kites that engaging the gallery space, or colored kites mounted in wall pieces. This time Hashimoto works only on the canvas, his work is pure paint on canvas.

While Hashimoto has previously used oil and acrylic paints on canvas to explore tangents in his work, asides and inspirations, these latest explorations in painting are more substantively an extension of the body of work for which he is best known. They strip the work of its charactaristic technique and leaves the essential gestures and motifs – the foundations of Hashimoto’s musings. The signature characteristics of his broader output are still recognizable: here, the essential architectures undergirding his kite-based work now translate to the color fields and layered paint marks appearing on these medium-sized canvases. Alongside these chromatic abstractions, a new series of paintings employing a muted, largely black and white palette will hang in a row on the longest wall of the gallery.


A Requiem in Progress

June 24th – September 9th, 2023
Opening: Saturday, June 24th, 2023, 11 a.m.

Lucas Reiner’s solo show, A Requiem in Progress is a cycle of work inspired by the loss of a dear friend in 2019: the artist Lawrence Carroll. Reiner so speaks about the beginning of this cycle of work: «Over the years in many letters, the artist Lawrence Carroll and wife Lucy Carroll sent me photographs of trees from around the world. Several of these images became the starting point for the paintings in this exhibition as well as the texts of the Apocalypse and Verdi’s requiem, to become a meditation on loss and the persistence of beauty ». These small works made of tempera, wax and muslin on wood have been created in honour of friendship, Lawrence Carroll’s artistic excellency and his guidance in art education.

Exhibitions 2019 -2020

  • ANGELA CAPUTI Giuggiù Indossare il colore

    12.12.2020 - 06.02.2021 and 20.02-02.04.2021
  • Jacob Hashimoto Jacob Hashimoto 1999|2005

    10.10.2020 - 02.04.2021
  • Rosso e Grigio

    12.12.2020 - 06.022021 and 20.02-02.04.2021
  • La Musée 2

    13.10.2020 - 21.11.2020

    19 May 2020 - 5 September 2020
  • Massimiliano Gatti ALEPH

    19 May 2020 - 5 September 2020
  • What I did not sell...

    until 15 February 2020
  • Jacob Hashimoto - The Heartbeat of Irreducible Curves: Part II

    September 21 - November 16, 2019
  • Lucio Pozzi - Scatter Painting

    September 21 - November 16, 2019