Carlo Zanni
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BIO
Carlo Zanni was born in La Spezia (Italy) in 1975. Since the early 2000's his practice involves the use of Internet data to create time based social consciousness experiences investigating our life. He lives far from the worldliness of the art world while showing and screening his projects in venues worldwide including: Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; New Museum, New York; Tent, Rotterdam; MAXXI, Rome; P.S.1, New York; Borusan Center, Istanbul; ACAF Space, Alexandria; PERFORMA 09, NY; ICA, London; Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh; Science Museum, London.
He founded "People From Mars" http://www.PeopleFromMars.org to experiment new distribution models for video art and new media projects.
http://www.zanni.org
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EVENT

THE WORLD'S SMALLEST ART FAIR


Dates:
Thu Jul 10, 2008 00:00 - Wed Jul 09, 2008

THE WORLD'S SMALLEST ART FAIR

Galleries from around the world participate in this inaugural event to take place in the front window of the gallery's ground floor space.

http://www.annakustera.com

July 10 - August 1, 2008
Opening Reception, Thursday, July 10, 6-9pm


Participating Galleries:

Annarumma404 Naples/Milan ITALY I Artfinder Galerie Hamburg GERMANY I Artprojx Space London ENGLAND I Catharine Clark Gallery San Francisco USA I Country Club Cincinnati USA I Curator’s Office Washington USA I Ellis Rumley Projects London ENGLAND I Envoy Gallery New York USA I Alexander Gray AssociatesNew York USA I Kavi Gupta Gallery Chicago USA I IAO Projects Salt Lake City USA I Lawrimore Project Seattle USA I Kim Light Gallery Los Angeles USA I Florence Lynch Gallery New York USA I Momenta Art Brooklyn USA I Non Permanent Gallery Turin ITALY I Pekin Fine Arts Beijing CHINA I Roberts & Tilton Los Angeles USA I Monya Rowe Gallery New York USA I Samson Projects Boston USA I Randall Scott Gallery Washington USA I SKL Gallery Palma de Mallorca SPAIN I Fredric Snitzer GalleryMiami USA I Solomon ProjectsAtlanta USA I Michael Steinberg Fine Arts New York USA I Bernard Toale GalleryBoston USA I Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + ProjectsNew York USA I Torch Gallery Amsterdam HOLLAND I White Trash Contemporary Hamburg GERMANY I Marcia Wood Gallery Atlanta USA

Video Program organized by Alix Pearlstein.
Featuring work by: Ei Arakawa, Cheryl Donegan, Neil Goldberg, MK Guth, Rosi Hayes, Jay King / Mario Diaz de Leon, Shana Moulton, Clifford Owens, John Pilson, Birgit Rathsmann, and Michael Smith

Information Center designed by Ju$t Another Rich Kid.

Anna Kustera Gallery is located at 520 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

SUMMER HOURS (July - August 3) are Tuesday - Friday, 11am-6pm.
The gallery is open by appointment only August 7 - September 5, 2007

Regular Gallery Hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm.

Telephone: 212 - 989 - 0082
Fax: 212 - 989 - 0456


DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

PHOTOS from March Foundation


A set of photos from my solo show at FONDAZIONE MARCH http://www.fondazionemarch.org/

For my solo show at Fondazione March I made an installation not 100%
related to the work shown in the iPod
( http://www.fromthesunsetterrace.com ) but speaking in general terms
about the attitude of all my practice that takes advantage of
uncertainty and is filled by a high level of unpredictability.

The title is "When the class is boring I go to the bathroom"
while the Post-It on the door says "People in the classroom, not having faced many true situations of decision making under uncertainty, do not realize what is important and what is not..." (Nassim Nicholas Taleb, The Black Swan)

I see this as a kind of personal cinema, a personal platform to display part of my projects.

Enjoy,
cz
http://www.zanni.org

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It says: "People in the classroom, not having faced many true situations of decision making under uncertainty, do not realize what is important and what is not..." (Nassim Nicholas Taleb, The Black Swan)

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Carlo Zanni, When The Class Is Boring I Go To The Bathroom /feat.
videos from www.FromTheSunsetTerrace.com
2008, post it, vinyls, soap shelf, iPod, speakers.

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Carlo Zanni, When The Class Is Boring I Go To The Bathroom /feat.
videos from www.FromTheSunsetTerrace.com
2008, post it, vinyls, soap shelf, iPod, speakers.

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Carlo Zanni, When The Class Is Boring I Go To The Bathroom /feat.
videos from www.FromTheSunsetTerrace.com
2008, post it, vinyls, soap shelf, iPod, speakers.

DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

Solo Show at Fondazione March


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Hi all,
This is to announce my solo show at the project room of Fondazione
March opening on May 27th. I hope to see some of you. Links to PRs and
more info below.

Best,
CZ
http://www.zanni.org

Press Conference: http://www.zanni.org/PRESScappuccino.pdf

Invitation Card: http://www.zanni.org/Card\_Knorr\_Zanni.pdf

English PR: http://www.zanni.org/csKnorr\_ZanniENG.pdf

Italian PR: http://www.zanni.org/csKnorr\_Zanni.pdf

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From the Press Release
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DANIEL KNORR SOLO SHOW
CARLO ZANNI PROJECT ROOM

May 27th - June 28th 2008

fondazione march launches Daniel Knorr solo show, curated by Raluca
Voinea, who is working for the V Berlin Biennale.
A bilingual e-catalogue (Italian and English) will be produced, with a
critical text by Raluca Voinea.

fondazione march also presents Carlo Zanni project room.

A catalogue illustrating all fondazione march project rooms will be
published in autumn. In this occasion, Carlo Zanni will dialogue with
Sara Tucker from Dia Art Foundation, New York.

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