Ca' Pesaro

Ca' Pesaro


The artist



Chiara Dynys is one of the most relevant contemporary Italian artists. She participated in numerous exhibition projects in Italy and abroad.

Among the most important institutions that have hosted her work are the Musée d’Art Moderne di Saint-Étienne (1992), the Centre d’Art Contemporain of Geneva (1996), the CIAC – Centre International d’Art Contemporain of Montréal (1997), the Städtische Galerie in Stuttgart (1999), the Cantonal Museum in Lugano (2001 – 2015), the Rome Quadrennial (1986 – 2005), the Bochum Museum, Bochum (2003), the Kunstmuseum Bonn (2004), the Wolfsberg Executive Development Center, Wolfsberg (2005), the ZKM- Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie of Karlsruhe (2005 – 2012), the Franz Gertsch Museum, Burgdorf (2007), Space-1, Giancarlo and Danna Olgiati Collection, LAC, Lugano (2012), Arkhangelskoye – VII Moscow Biennal, Moscow (2017); ICAE Armenia, Yerevan (2018), the MASI of Lugano (2018) and Italian museums such as the Mart, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto (2005 -2023), the Museum of the Twentieth Century in Milan (2012), the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rome (2013), the Correr Museum of Venice (2019), Villa and Collection Panza of Varese (2009 – 2021), the MA*GA Museum of Gallarate (2022).

Nowadays, “Enlightening Grimoires” can be visited as a site-specific installation and permanent donation to the MUVE at the Fortuny Museum, Venice, “Over nature” at Palazzo Maffei Casa Museo in Verona, “Enlightening Books” at the Quirinale, Rome on the occasion of “Quirinale Contemporaneo” and “Sante subito e fiori” at the Vincenzo Agnetti Archive, Milan. Chiara Dynys also participates in the first edition of “Reggia Contemporanea”, curated by Cristina Renata Mazzantini and Angelo Crespi, at the Villa Reale in Monza.