Exhibition, Via Ludovisi 48, Roma

“I Pomeriggi” series
Opening: 31.05.2024 H17:00-21:00

Via Ludovisi 48, Roma

“I Pomeriggi” series
Opening: 31.05.2024 H17:00-21:00


The event will be held at Istituto Svizzero, Roma
Curated by Mia Sanchez (Fellow Roma Calling, Visual arts).
‚I Pomeriggi‘ series
Free entry, register here.

Mia Sanchez, Andreas Kalbermatter and Dominic Michel curated and selected a collection of videos, archival material, models, and photographic works. From 2015 to 2019, they initiated and organized Riverside, an exhibition space located in Worblaufen on the outskirts of Bern. Since then, they have curated exhibitions and events at various venues. Together, they have assembled an arrangement that explores the representation of public space, creating a mapping to contemplate the reconstruction of a potential public sphere.

With contributions by:
Gérard Courant, Ardele Lister, Jiří Makovec, Jeanne Randolph, Annette Wehrmann and Stephen Willats


Andreas Kalbermatter (1988) lives and works in Berlin and Niedergesteln and graduated in Fine Arts at the Basel University of Art, Academy of Arts Vienna, Bern University of the Arts. He has recently held solo exhibitions at Palazzina, Basel (2024); All Stars, Lausanne (2021). Recent group exhibitions include: Kirchgasse, Steckborn (2020); Wallriss, Freiburg (2019); Milieu, Bern (2019); Tank, FHNW, Basel (2019). He is co-founder of the artist-run space Riverside

Dominic Michel (1987) lives and works in Zurich and graduated in Fine Arts at the Basel University of Art, School of Fine Arts Athens and Bern University of the Arts. He has recently held solo exhibitions at Istituto Svizzero, Milano (2023); Unanimous Consent, Zurich (2023); Aargauer Kunsthaus, Dominic Michel’s practice also includes co-founding and curating the artist-run space Riverside as well as independent exhibition projects such as: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow Again at Binz 39, Zurich (2024); Hot Ticket by Zoe Lund, Zurich (2022); Jeanne Randolph, exhibition and publication (curated and edited with Geraldine Tedder) for Lateral Roma (2021)

Mia Sanchez (1988) is an artist living and working in Basel. Her work explores the social structures and shifts between the personal and the public through the formats of video, photography, and sculpture. She holds a Master’s degree from the Institut Kunst (FHNW) in Basel and her work has been exhibited in several institutions, such as Der Tank, Basel; Stadtgalerie, Bern; Istituto Svizzero, Milan. In 2020, she received the Basel-Berlin Stipendium from the Berlin Academy of Arts and in 2022 she received the Swiss Art Awards. She co-initiated the artist-run space Riverside. In Rome, Mia will explore the impact of urban space on leisure time through a film-based work.


Istituto Svizzero
Via Ludovisi 48, Rome
Free entry

Opening hours:
Friday: 17:00-21:00
Saturday/Sunday: 11:00-18:00