09.10.2018 > 08.12.2018 | GALLERIA STUDIO G7, Bologna

Flavio de Marco | Philippe Hurteau


SCHERMORAMA is a project born from the meeting of two artists, Flavio de Marco and Philippe
Hurteau, who for twenty years have carried out a parallel research on a common theme: the screen
of computer.
Their reflection presents different aspects in which representation crosses abstraction and
figuration, gesture and analysis, color and monochrome, composition and improvisation, in
an alternation of images always related to the characteristic elements of the screen.
Technology is always intended as a necessary tool for a new relationship with reality,
as a daily horizon of redefining the gaze on reality and as a window from which the
world reorganizes itself in real time.
On show will be present works realized in the last two years of activity, of different format,
accompained by a critical text by Francesco Poli.
Galleria Studio G7 inaugurates its exhibition season 2018/2019 with an exhibition that
reflects a fundamental theme in today’s contemporary art. The project, shared with the
French gallery owner Suzanne Tarasieve, will take place with a second exhibition in Paris in 2020.

Flavio De Marco was born in Lecce in 1975. He lives and works in Berlin. Exposes within private and public spaces in Italy and abroad; we  remind the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin; the
Frankendael Foundation, Amsterdam; the Maramotti Collection, Reggio Emilia; the Gallery
National Museum of Modern Art, Rome; the Frieder Burda Museum – Salon Berlin, Berlin. Currently he is present at Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara, with the personal exhibition Figure.

Philippe Hurteau was born in Sables d’Olonne (FR) in 1955. The artist participates in the XIX Biennial of
Sao Paulo, Brazil, invited by  Gérard Guyot. Exhibits in France and abroad. We remind the
personal exhibitions Antacom # 2, 2013, Espace Valles, Grenoble, France; THERE. Cams, 2003, Raid
Project, Los Angeles, USA; Personne, 1998, Musée de l’Abbaye Sainte Croix, Les Sables
d’Olonne, France; Optique, 1992, Institute Français, Palermo.