02.02.2020 | Via Paruta 59, Milan

Sergio Breviario presents Tic! Tic! Toc!

at Spazio C.O.S.M.O.

Via Paruta 59, Milano

Opening the 2nd February 2020 al 12am

The exposition will be open under appointment from the 3rd of February till the 20th of April.





Tic! Tic! Toc! Tic! Toc! Toc! Toc! Tic! Toc! Tic!
It was the rain or maybe the clocking of time that pronounces her step in the mountain path.
But which mountain? Commented him.
There was no path and not even a mountain.
She – You are looking at me and in the mirror of your reflection I become a machine, an engine. I don’t know if I like it this way.
– In reality you remind me of a metaphysic gear, you are a machine, yes, but ion time. Commented him.
She – Your obsession for time and past is just useless and tiring. There is no time ti fix. Come and see the things from the top of the mountain. 
– But still with this story of the mountain? There is no mountain and even though there was one we would never be able to reach the top, at least not with these sandals that you keep wearing. Commented him. 
She – There is the snow. 
The snow outside was falling in huge flakes, window sill was covered in white, a bird with big wings, the silence surrounding. The rain was a passed mirage. 
Would you pass me something to drink? Asked him. 
She – We can bring with us a bottle and two glasses. We have to cheer!
Them, with multiple prints, were taking form on the white carpet. There was a path but no mountain. 


Sergio Breviario 1974, Bergamo. In 1992 he moved to Milan in order to attend the Accademy of Brera. That artistic ambient contributed to the construction of his cultural baggage. In 1998, thanks to the Erasmus Program he studied at Kingston University of London. In 2002 he participated at Corso Superiore di Arti Visive at Fondazione Ratti of Como, where the comparison with other artist from all over the world gave him a fondamentale opportunity. In 2006 he attended Wherever We Go, a workshop by Adrian Paci. His research is based on the verification of the expositives displays, that he uses as artistic material. Gravitating between modernist utopia and post-modern consciousness, he stages expositional mechanisms with no certainties, experimenting a participational approach. From 2003 he takes part in collective but also personal exposition (in Italy and abroad) like: Nimbo; aureola quadrata;  disegno di Watteaux; at Ex Elettrofonica, Roma; Fotoromanzo, 2016, curated by Ilaria Mariotti, Villa Pacchiani Centro Espositivo, Santa Croce sull’Arno (Pi); The Belle of the ball, 2015, curated by Alberto Zanchetta, Museo d’arte contemporanea, Lissone; I love you on the stage, 2014, at O’ space, Milano, Vitello tonnato, 2016, Plutschow Gallery, Zurigo; Drawing for Lightnings, 2014, Kunstraum t27, Berlino; Arimortis, 2013, curated by Milovan Farronato and Roberto Cuoghi, Museo del 900, Milano.