New works by Marina Abramovic on show at Lisson Gallery and Colnaghi
The legendary soprano Maria Callas is the inspiration behind the new series Seven Deaths, presented at Lisson Gallery for 'Marina Abramović: Seven Deaths' (14 September - 30 October 2021). At Colnaghi, the group exhibition 'Humble Works' (17 September - 22 November 2021) features the site-specific installation Table of 10,000 Tears. More on Marina's work with Factum Arte
Recording Goya's Black Paintings
The recording of Goya's Black Paintings at the Prado Museum in 2014 was the first large-scale project of high-resolution 3D digitisation of the surface of paintings ever realised. The methodology and outcomes of this project have set the benchmark of how surface relief should be considered as a primary source for understanding the complex trajectories of artworks within a museum collection. Learn more.
Michael Kagan's Astronaut at amfAR Gala 2021
Factum Arte has been working with artist Michael Kagan on the production of his first sculpture, a 2m bronze astronaut to be presented at the amfAR charity benefit in Cap d'Antibes on 16th July 2021.
Opening of Le Jardin d'Afrique
On 9th June, in the presence of UNESCO Director General Audrey Azouley, Rachid Koraïchi inaugurated his latest project, Le Jardin d’Afrique in Zarzis, Tunisia. Built as a memorial resting place for the many migrants drowned while crossing the Mediterranean Sea, it is a non-denominational cemetery, garden and DNA database.
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Re-presenting nature: a collaboration between Factum Arte and JamJar Flowers
JamJar Flowers has teamed up with Factum Arte to rethink the presentation of nature with today’s technologies. Super-scaled specimens of 3D printed pressed plants is on display at Tithe Barn, Thyme for the exhibition 'The Nature of Thyme' (15 June - 15 October 2021). More on the project
Prints by Bas Princen on show at the International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
For its first participation at the Architecture Biennale, the Republic of Uzbekistan curated a pavillion centred around the country's architectural heritage. Factum Arte produced twelve large-scale prints of Bas Princen's photographs.
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Saison Africa2020: El Anatsui opening at La Conciergerie
As part of the Saison Africa 2020 in Paris, El Anatsui was commissioned with the opening event. The installation En quête de liberté (20 May - 14 November 2021) was created in collaboration between El Anatsui, October Gallery and Factum Arte.
Piranesi's Carceri d'Invenzione video on show at Museo Carmen Thyssen, Malaga
The video animation created by Grégoire Dupond for the exhibition 'The Arts of Piranesi' at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in 2010 is on show at Museo Carmen Thyssen, in Malaga, for the exhibition 'Piranesi. Estampas de un visionario' (April 22 - July 25 2021). Learn more
Raphael's tomb recreation installed in Urbino, Italy
Following the end of the exhibition 'Raffaello (1520 - 1483)' at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, Factum Arte has installed the recreation of the tomb of Raphael in Urbino. The monumental structure will be on display in the Chiesa dei Carmelitani Scalzi until 2031, in accordance with the decision of the State Property office. Find out more
Recreation of a baptismal font for the Frick Collection
Factum Arte is delighted to have collaborated with the Frick Collection in New York for an unprecedented contextualization of Francesco da Sangallo's bronze St John Baptising. The statuette is on display on top of a recreation of the marble baptismal font where it originally stood, in the church of Santa Marie delle Carceri in Prato, Italy.
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The recording of Goya's Black Paintings at the Prado Museum in 2014 was the first large-scale project of high-resolution 3D digitisation of the surface of paintings ever realised.