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CLUB OF MATINEE IDOLZ
Opening 21.02.2015
CO2 GALLERY
VIA ARNALDO DA BRESCIA 39
TORINO ITALY

The ‘matinee idol’ is a figure elected by the crowd as an example for inspiration. It’s the center of attention and collective demands.
CMI opens with the intent to expand this concept and this role to all its members.
Each of them contributes to the creation of a shared environment, a reality in which intimate works, texts, readings, music, debates and performances come together to give life to a continuing program.
Members will have access to the club with their own membership card, in the opening hours and during the scheduled events inside and outside the club.
Each hierarchy between the parties is reset as a function of growth and an organic development of the project.
The club’s space has been set up by founding members artworks’ only.

Members
Alfredo Aceto, David Adamo, Alejandro Almanza Pereda, Francesco Arena, Luca Bertolo, Enrico Boccioletti, Chiara Camoni, Mikkel Carl, Enzo Cucchi,
Davide Daninos, Luca De Leva, Rä di Martino, Sara Enrico, Cecile B.Evans, Cleo Fariselli, Flavio Favelli, Ettore Favini, Timothy Foxon,
Giorgio Galotti, Martino Gamper, Davide Giannella, Lorenzo Micheli Gigotti, Elias Hansen, Helena Hladilovà, Invernomuto, Ilja Karilampi,
Olivier Kosta-Thefaine, Thomas Kratz, Andrea Kvas, Andrea Nacciarriti, Nucleo, Aude Pariset, Fabio Marco Pirovino, Gianni Politi,
Primitive Art, Gianluigi Ricuperati, Andrea Romano, Andrè Romao, Alice Ronchi, Augustus Ruth, Andrea Sala, Namsal Siedlecki, David Stjernholm,
Achraf Touloub, Palm Wine.

Nucleo take part with Petroglyph chair and Resin Fossil Petroglyph stool.

© 2015 Studio Nucleo

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