Eugenio Tibaldi – Second Chance
Until November 29th
Alba native artist Eugenio Tibaldi returns to Piedmont after his Neapolitan period for an exhibition celebrating suburban Turin, combining abandoned items, previous artworks and new. Tibaldi, who has always had a penchant for life in the suburbs, has lived a whole year in the Barriera di Milano district in order to fully observe its dynamics and its transformation, which he aims to convey through his art.
Lorenzo Mattotti: Ghirlanda and other worlds
Ivrea, Museo Garda
Until December 9th
Illustrator, painter and eclectic artist, Lorenzo Mattotti has gained an international reputation thanks to his collaborations with Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan and the New Yorker. Arguably his most famous collaboration is “Ghirlanda”, a graphic novel born after a ten-year-long effort alongside American writer Jerry Kramsky. The exhibition currently hosted at Museo Garda in Ivrea showcases artwork from Ghirlanda, from his borderline-surrealist rendition of Ludovico Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso and from Enzo d’Alò’s Pinocchio, for which he created a kaleidoscopic scenography.