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Maddalena Ambrosio was born in Naples. She works and lives in Milan. In 2004 she presented her first solo show in Naples, at Mimmo Scognamiglio Art Gallery. After that, she had many exhibitions in galleries and public spaces, both in Italy and abroad. Her works are in the collection of the EIB Foundation, Luxemburg, in the one of the Roger Dubuis Foundation, Geneva, in the one of the Beelden aan Zee Museum, Den Haag, Holland, in the one of the Bocconi University, in Milan, Italy and in the one of Vehbi Koc Foundation, Istanbul.
2012 - Galerie Placido Parigi, France
- Mimmo Scognamiglio Gallery Milan, Italy
2011 - Maddox Arts Gallery London, UK
2010 - Mimmo Scognamiglio Gallery Milan, Italy
2009 - Mimmo Scognamiglio Gallery Naples, Italy
2007 - T1+2 artspace London, England
2006 - Istituto Italiano di Cultura Strasbourg, France
- Ronchini Gallery Terni, Italy
2004 - Mimmo Scognamiglio Gallery Naples, Italy
2016 - Force of nature curated by James Putnam, Galerie Valérie Bach, Bruxelles
2015 - Imago mundi curated by Luca Beatrice, itinerant show, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, Italy , Fondazione Cini, Venezia, etc.
2014 - Gea Miniartextil curated by Luciano Caramel, Villa Olmo, Como, Italy -Montrouge, Francia
2013 - L’arte è un romanzo curated by Luca Beatrice, Museo Palazzo della Penna, Perugia, Italy
- Bookhouse curated by Alberto Fiz, Museo Marca, Catanzaro, Italy
- Icastica curated by Fabio Migliorati, Contemporary Art Museum, Arezzo, Italy
2012 - Save the skin Museo Madre, Napoli, Italy
- Bocconi Art Gallery 2012 Università Bocconi, Milano, Italy
- Premio Arte Laguna Arsenale di Venezia, Italy
2011 - Play Start Museo Pecci, Milano, Italy
- What? Mimmo Scognamiglio Gallery, Milano, Italy
2009 - Regards Croises Les oeuvres de la BEI à la BCEE Galerie d’Art Contemporain Am Tunnel e
Espace Edward Steichen, Lussemburgo
2008 - Carrara Biennale curated by Francesco Poli, Carrara, Italy
- Filare il tempo curated by Luciano Caramel, Centro Diffusione Goceano, Nule (SS), Italy
- People Mimmo Scognamiglio Gallery, Milano, Italy
- Filare il tempo curated by Luciano Caramel, Salone del Teatro, Montrouge, France
Detailed Description :
Some relics are deformed and twisted, brought in a different status of being, deconstructed and given back to a primitive, rude and natural world. The matter is stretched, made volcanic; it is immersed in a geological and crystal world, a mysteriously captivating mineral universe.
"I believe that a succesful work could completely conceal the artist, make him anonymous compared to it, so as to be orphaned forever of any meaning or intention the artist wanted to convey, entering in a higher order than the spiritual categories."
Jenni Hiltunen (born 1981 in Hollola, Finland lives and works in Helsinki), graduated as a Master of arts from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 2007 and as a contemporary artist from the Turku Art Academy in 2004.
Hiltunen's work explores the ambience of the present time: a pleasure oriented and individualistic world view and the understanding of reality through images. Recurring themes in her art are the “posing culture” created by social media and the internet and its pretentious way of existing in the world of entertainment. References to the fashion imagery and music video aesthetics are present in her paintings and video pieces.
2013 Endless Nameless, Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki
2011 Issues, Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki
2013 Ars Auttoinen – Art & Design Exhibition, Finland
2012 Thank you for the music, Kiasma, Museum of contemporary art, Helsinki
2011 Summer exhibition, Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki
The Saastamoinen Foundation`s art collection
Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art
Finnish Art Association
The State Art Collection
Päivi and Paavo Lipponen Foundation – deponent to Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art
Joerg Lozek was born in 1971 in Chemnitz, Germany. He currently lives and works in Leipzig. Pursued his studies at the Leipzig Art Academy, now internationally known as the epicenter of the vibrant “New Leipzig School,” which emerged around 2000. Joerg Lozek, like other artists from this informal scene, develops the same interest in history, architecture and an underlying questioning of socialist aesthetics and figurative painting.
He exhibited in 2002 and 2003 at the LIGA gallery, a now famous alternative gallery space in Berlin, which was the first exhibition venue for many artists from Leipzig. Since then he exhibited in Cologne (Galerie Binz und Kraemer), in London (Rhodes+Mann Gallery), in Los Angeles (Sandroni Rey Gallery), in Paris (Galerie Daniel Templon) and in various group shows.
He was born in 1970 in the Channel Islands, UK, and studied at Goldsmiths University, in London. He now lives and works both in London and Lisbon. Jason Martin took part in Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, the exhibition that set forth his entrance to the international art world, in 1997. Ever since, the artist has been exhibited in the most important museums, such as the Peggy Guggheneim Collection in Venice (2009) and he has won two awards: the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art (1999) and the European Biennial of the Visual Arts of La Spezia (2000). He is mainly known for his monocromatic paintings. Jason Martin’s works fluctuate through tension and quiet. His art embodies vitality and energy generating a simultaneity of the image among action and dynamism. His constant quality lies both on a perpetual movement and on a continuous need to question himself and all the infinite ways of painting. Everything calls to mind the dynamism of a “single act” unifying creation and glaze, perfection and observation.
Coming on 20th April: Mimmo Scognamiglio Artecontemporanea
‘20 years and…’ Mimmo Scognamiglio artecontemporanea, Milan, Italy
‘Counterfeit’ - L.A. Louver, Venice, CA, USA
‘Traction’ - Museum Gegenstandsfreier Kunst, Otterndorf, Germany (forthcoming)
‘Big Dark Oils’ - Pavilhão 31, Centro Hospitalar Psiquiátrico de Lisboa, Júlio de Matos, Lisboa, Portugal (forthcoming)
Pelaires Centre Cultural Contemporani - Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Lisson Gallery - London, UK
‘Collaborations’ - Mixografia, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Gestural Ubiquity - Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France
Glasstres - White Light / White Heat, Venice Biennale, Venice
Jason Martin - Patrick de Brock, Knokke, Belgium
Scared Masters - Scared Monsters – Denizens of the Demonic Demagogue - Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong
Serendipitia - LA Louver, Los Angeles, USA
Furies Fury Forsaken -Patrick De Brock Gallery, Knokke-Zoute, Belgium
Painting as Sculpture - Lisson Gallery, Milan, Italy
Elemental - Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg
Infinitive - Lisson Gallery, London, UK (exh cat)
Jason Martin - Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland
Oils and Pigments, Galeria Javier Lopez-Mário Sequeira, Madrid, Spain
Detailed Description :
London painter born in 1970, Jason Martin produces monochrome paintings on an aluminium background upon which the stroke becomes the subject of the piece. The background remains saturated - sometimes visible, sometimes invisible – through the grooves: once dry, it becomes a more concrete, raw, granular and mute surface, void of reflection.
Also represented by:
Piero Pizzi Cannella
Chiharu Shiota (Osaka, 1972) lives and works in Berlin.
Her exhibitions have been held in Europe, Japan and around the world. Solo show include: K21-Kunstsammlung NRW, Dusseldorf, Germany (2015), Espai de arte contemporani Castelló, Castello, Spain (2014), Smithsonian Institution Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington D.C., USA (2014), The Museum of Art, Koch, Japan (2013), La Maison Rouge, Paris, France (2011), The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan and CentrePasquArt, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland (2008).
Group exhibitions include: Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, Paris, France (2015), Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (2014), Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia and Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, Israel (2013) as well as the Biennials in Venice (Italy), Sydney (Australia), Kiev (Ukraine) and Yokohama (Japan).
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