Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Rome - Il Cigno GG Edizioni gallery - Piazza San Salvatore in Lauro 15

18th of November 2021 - 10th of January 2022

“Dipingo I Colori” is the title of the exhibition by Nico Van Lucas, curated by Paola Lo Sciuto, of the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. It will be open to the public from November 18th 2021 to 10th January 2022 in the San Salvatore in Lauro Museums. The solo show, made up of 40 works in mixed media and oil on canvas, was born from an idea by Lena Caponetti and Federica Di Stefano. Admission to the exhibition is free.

Past Exhibitions

Perugia: Rocca Paolina

From Oct. 3rd to Oct. 24th
Curated by Andrea Baffoni and organised by the Cultural Association La Casa degli Artisti di Perugia. The exhibition displays large works expressing the sense of monumentality of the Bergamo artist Nico Van Lucas who, through the use of gestural painting with a strong expressive charge testifies to the power of creativity as an instinct for the liberation of ideas and a desire for total freedom.

International Contemporary Art Exhibition

August 1st 2021 - Stati d'arte, Villa Fidelia, Spello (PG)
Villa Fidelia, or Costanzi, is a 17th century walled building with a large park and Italian garden, built on the site of a 4th century Roman sanctuary.

Participation in a charity auction at Christie's Auction House

15 July 2021
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Permanent Exhibition at Niki's Resort

Ongoing from June 10th 2021
In a luxurious location in the hills of Gubbio, the prestigious Niki’s Resort will host a permanent exhibition of the artist Nico Van Lucas in the deconsecrated church adjacent to the hotel.

4° Biennale di Genova

premiato l'artista Nico Van Lucas
Curated by Flavia Montolese and organised by Mario Napoli, it counts 54 venues, 300 artists from 25 different countries and 18,000 visitors. The Biennale, born eight years ago, marked a turning point in the artistic environment of the city and created a real widespread exhibition system, demonstrating the growing interest in the contemporary, a catalyst for socializing and experimentation.