White Noise Gallery
The White Noise Gallery was founded in 2014 by Eleonora Aloise and Carlo Maria Lolli Ghetti. Gallery’s name derives from the physical phenomenon of the white noise and suggests its main goal: to converge and develop all the frequencies of the contemporary art world.
The gallery has no intention of being characterized for promoting one approach over another or for sponsoring one single artistic current. The curatorial art of the space resides in the project room, which occupies the entire basement with strongly experimental site specific installations. Its declared aim is to send out a signal representing the status of art today, through the work of heterogeneous artists able to best interpret the impulses of their time.
The Gallery has extended its action also outside of the exhibition space, by creating interesting collaborations with important cultural institutions: in 2014 it worked with the Museo di Roma in Trastevere for Gabriele Stabile’s show “Refugee Hotel”; the same year it promoted the exhibition of Alessandro Cidda “La città del tempo”, inside the Stadio di Domiziano in Rome.
In 2015 it worked for the Real Academia de España in Rome and the Spanish Embassy, with the intention of creating a lasting connection among international realities and the city of Rome. In 2014 it is recalled the participation at the other art fairs in Turin, in 2015 at affordable art fair in Milan, in 2016 at Setup Art Fair in Bologna. In 2017 the Gallery was featured in both Just Mad art fair in Madrid and scope art show in New York. Currently the Gallery is engaged in finding young national and international artists.