Marion Baruch - Umberto Cavenago

Umberto Cavenago's studio

"Kunstbrülé", Dec, 16, 2017


Marion Baruch was Born in 1929 at Timisoara and lived in Jerusalem, London and Paris. During the nineties, as

Name Diffusion she developed an important collaboration with Luciano Inga Pin Gallery, with exhibitions in many european towns.
Therafter,in Paris, she created theTapis Volant project.
Among most recent exhibitions: Entangled: Threads & Making,Turner Contemporary of Margate, Kent (UK); Time is out of joint, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Roma; Le temps éclaté par la profondeur du vide, Galerie Laurence Bernard, Geneva (CH); Eingang, In & Out, Up & Down, Durch und Durch, Galerie BolteLang, Zurich (CH); Le Printemps de Toulouse, L’adresse du Printemps, Toulouse (FR); Château de Degrés, Gragnague (FR); Sviluppo - Parallelo, Kunstmuseum, Luzern (CH); Mancanza/Here and where, Otto Zoo, Milano; Ready resti, Autoritratti, MAMBO, Bologna (IT). Her works are in the collections of MAMCO, Musée d’art moderne

et contemporain, Geneva; Groninger Museum, Groningen; MAM, Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris.


Umberto Cavenago was born in 1959 in Milan, where he lives and works. He studied architecture and immediatly  began to work with matter. In effect, his style is based on metal fabrication. During the eighties he makes sort of metal closets and, afterwards, he creates some closed mobile structures.


In 1990 at the Franz Paludetto gallery in Turin, a series of "mobiles" is presented inside the exhibition "A sostegno dell'arte".  During the same year he partecipates in "Aperto '90" at the "Biennale" in Venice.


During the nineties he exhibited at "Recent Italian Art" (Pittsburgh, 1992), "Japan-Italy. Young Generations" (Rome, 1993), "Africus" (Johannesburg, 1995), "Last Generations" (XII Quadriennale, Rome, 1996) and the "XXIII International Art Biennial (San Paolo, Brasil, 1996).


He teaches at the Fine Arts Academies of Bergamo and Urbino.





Director: Liliana Carugati, Lorenzo Baldi

Photography: Lorenzo Baldi

Editing: Lorenzo Baldi

Music: Claudio Puntin, Steffen Schorn, Peter Wolfgang Fischer Waldstein - Sonoton



Production Standard: Shot UHD 25p, Edited HD 25p

Camera: Panasonic GH5

Lenses: Tokina 11-16 mm f 2.8, Sigma 18-35 mm f 1.8

Sigma 50-100 mm f 1.8

Codec:  .mov  Prores HQ, mp4 150 Mbps

Editing: Davinci Resolve 14