group exhibition in Madrid

March 9th – April 27th, 2024

On the occasion of ARCO Madrid, the Italian Cultural Institute of Madrid presents an exhibition dedicated to contemporary Italian sound art. The exhibition explores this art form through the work of artists active in the last fifteen years, thus tracing a first and significant survey of a very active but so far not formalized Italian scene.

Solo exhibition in Venice

December 2nd, 2023 – March 2nd, 2024

A new solo exhibition in the venetian venue of Galerie Alberta Pane titled L’esprit de l’escalier will feature a selection of new works.

Retrospective exhibition in Venice

October 29th – December 10th, 2023

Set within the elegant space of the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation in Venice, the exhibition Tracks curated by Stefano Coletto in collaboration with Galerie Alberta Pane is the first comprehensive retrospective by the artist, presenting works spanning various periods, crafted over nearly two decades. The exhibition invites the public into a comprehensive exploration of the themes that have long defined the artist’s research, fusing analytical contemplations on the architecture of exhibition spaces, meticulous design inquiries into the materialization of sound language and the fusion of sculpture, sound, video projection and photography.
Opening: October 28th at 6PM
Location: Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa Palazzetto Tito Dorsoduro 2826, Venice, ITALY
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 12AM – 17PM Free admission


Mondi Possibili

September 9th, 2023 – January 26th, 2024

The sound sculpture Haiku (2023) is part of the exhibition Mondi Possibili as a new acquisition of the collection of the Museum of Art of the city of Pordenone.

Building Gallery

July 29th – September 4th, 2023

Equorea – 8/12. Michele Spanghero solo show at Building Box in Milan will feature the sound sculpture Stream in a new layout as part of the year long project Equorea curated by G. Bortoluzzi.


Group exhibition in Venice

July, 21st – September, 10th, 2023

The group exhibition Listening Post is a survey on listening practices and sound art curated by Stefano Coletto with Catalina Golban at Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation in its Piazza San Marco venue in Venice, with works by Francesco Fonassi, Christina Kubisch, Margherita Morgantin, Liliana Moro, Luigi Nono, Mariateresa Sartori, Alessandro Sciaraffa, Michele Spanghero, Alberto Tadiello, Void and Marzio Zorio.