Italian artist Aldo Giannotti’s (born 1977) new drawings reflect everyday routines as shaped by pandemic restrictions and the attendant growing sense of insecurity. From canceled exhibitions to excessive food shopping, Giannotti’s drawings reveal the gradual shift from one social norm to another.
Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Edited by Beatrix Bakondy. Text by Emanuele Guidi, Giorgio Palma.
In his series Spatial Dispositions, Italian artist Aldo Giannotti (born 1977) researches the relationships and characteristics that shape the gallery ar/ge kunst in Bolzano, Italy. His drawings form a kind of cartography in dialogue with the visitors, members, staff and artists who comprise the institution.