EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

ComediArting promotes exhibitions and events in Italy and abroad involving established as well as emerging artists, such as painters, sculptors and photographers.

A selection of Comediarting’s exhibitions includes: REMBRANDT, NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE, PABLO PICASSO, HANS HARTUNG, ALEXANDER CALDER, VICTOR VASARELY, ALBERTO BURRI, and PRE-COLUMBIAN ART.

These events provide a bridge between contemporary culture and communication. By combining tradition and modernity these initiatives implement ground-breaking art projects for both the public and the private sector.

ONGOING

17 September 2022 – 10 December 2022

This exhibition takes us on a journey through Miró’s life story. The works on display show the artist’s career in the fields of painting, prints and book
illustrations.

CHINA. Shanxi, Contemporary Art Museum. 17 September – 10 December 2022

20 August 2022 – 20 October 2022

130 pieces of Roy Lichtenstein.
The early 1960s mark the beginning of Pop Art in Lichtenstein’s work. It was when he began to work with the motifs, style and repertoire that accompanied him for the rest of his life.

CHINA. Chengdu, Museum of Contemporary Art. 20 August – 20 October 2022

12 August – 7 October 2022

On March 12, Keith Haring’s solo exhibition was held at “Meet You Museum · in Space”of the Beijing Yintai Centre. 109 pieces (sets) of Keith Haring’s authentic works were displayed in six major units, namely “New York Is My Canvas”, “All Of Them Are My Friends”, “Symbols Are My Language”, “Behind The Boom In Art”, “In The Name Of Art” and “To Everyone, For Everyone”.

CHINA. Beijing Meet you Museum. 12 August – 7 October 2022

20 August – 13 November 2022

World preview of the exhibition and first of the four stops for the tour of the exhibition on ancient Egypt!
114 pieces from the Museum of Egyptian Art in Barcelona, ​​land in China in Chengdu, for the absolute world premiere.

CHINA. Chengu. Meet Museum. 20 August 2022 –  13 November 2022

17 March – 17 July 2022

186 works by this artist who marked the 20th century for the revolutionary use of shapes and colors.

Brasil. Brasilia (28 June – 18 September 2022),
Brasil. Belo Horizonte (12 October 2022 – 9 January 2023)
Brasil. São Paulo (1 February – 10 April 2023)