Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan

Opening 3 April, 18.30 

Until 11 May 2019

The title of the exhibition, Quando, quando, quando, from a hit song by Tony Renis in the 1960s, is suited to the lively yet melancholy atmospheres of the works of Andy Rementer, as well as the vaguely retro graphics of Olimpia Zagnoli.

The double solo show contains about 30 works including paintings, editions, drawings and neon pieces.

The colorful canvases of Andy Rementer are seen together with works by Olimpia Zagnoli, who for the first time abandons color to experiment with forms and stripes in rigorous black and white.

Both artists have designed and produced ceramic sculptures for the first time, painted by hand in Italy and offered as limited editions.

Olimpia Zagnoli, with influences ranging from Futurism to the Beatles, has a personal style composed of soft forms and saturated colors.

In the works of Andy Rementer the urban landscape becomes a backdrop for a series of quick narratives, ordinary stories that reveal the extraordinary character of everyday experience.

In the Little Circus space, the Milan-based gallery presents Innervisions, the first solo show in Italy by the Korean artist Yoon Hyup, featuring a new series of abstract works.