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02-03 feb 2015

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Valentina Gioia Levy is a historian of Asian art, a writer and a curator based in Rome. She is the coordinator of the ...
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Valentina Gioia Levy is a historian of Asian art, a writer and a curator based in Rome. She is the coordinator of the Art Project Space in Villa Ada Festival in Rome and, a curatorial consultant for RH Contemporary (New York, US). In 2014, at the National Museum of Oriental Art in Rome, she coordinated a curatorial program that focused on Asian contemporary art. During the last years she worked with a number of museums, cultural institutions and art galleries such as the Pompidou Centre (Paris, France); MACRO, Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (Rome, Italy); The Japan Foundation; Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive (Civic Gallery of Modern Art of Spoleto, Italy); the National Museum of Oriental Art (Rome, Italy); MOG, Museum of Goa (Goa, India); Kochi Muziris Biennale (Kerala, India); The Silent Barn (Brooklyn, New York, US); Label201 Gallery (Rome, Italy).
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Marta Pierobon (Brescia, Italy, 1979) "Quarantottometriquadri' installation view, 2011
The artistic practice of Marta Pierobon drawn into the primordial aspects of human existence: death, spirituality and identity. Revealing a kind of anthropological aptitude, she constructs narratives ...
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The artistic practice of Marta Pierobon drawn into the primordial aspects of human existence: death, spirituality and identity. Revealing a kind of anthropological aptitude, she constructs narratives by retracing ancient myths and iconography, and by stratifying disparate, even opposing, visual elements coming from the History of art or from folkloristic culture.
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Marta Pierobon (Brescia, Italy, 1979) "Quarantottometriquadri' installation view, 2011
Flavio de Marco (Lecce, Italy, 1975) "Paesaggio (Tiergarten)", 2014
"Questioning (art-) historical and current representations of landscape with his conceptual painting, he develops new ideas of perspective that are no longer based on the physicality of the real, but ...
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"Questioning (art-) historical and current representations of landscape with his conceptual painting, he develops new ideas of perspective that are no longer based on the physicality of the real, but as a window on an unreal, flat and sometimes closer world on the computer screen. Schematic menu bars on the upper edges of his canvasses refer to the “windows” of computer operating systems, through which the world is perceived to a new physical experience, seeming as real as a walk in nature. Elements of computer software disturb the image and indicate the space of the screen." (from the press releaseof TIERGARTEN, the solo show of Flavio de Marco at Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, Berlin)
TIERGARTEN is the first solo exhibition of Flavio De Marco in Berlin and certainly a pun on Max Liebermann’s paintings and drawing of one of the most famous German city parks.Flavio de Marco was born in 1975 in Lecce, Italy. He studied at the Accademia di Belle Art in Bologna. Solo exhibitions include „Vedute“ at Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia (2010), „Synecdoche Vedute“ at the Italian Cultural Institute, London (2011) and „Stella“ at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome (2014). His works were included in the Italian Pavillon at the 2011 Biennale di Venezia. Flavio de Marco lives and works in Berlin.
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Flavio de Marco (Lecce, Italy, 1975) "Paesaggio (Tiergarten)", 2014
Davide Casini (Montevarchi, Italy, 1973)
Davide Casini's work - whose title can be translated as 'a moment in which everything finds its space' - seems to challenge the rules of the static balance and the gravity, evoking mysterious forces c ...
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Davide Casini's work - whose title can be translated as 'a moment in which everything finds its space' - seems to challenge the rules of the static balance and the gravity, evoking mysterious forces coming from extra space-time dimensions.
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Davide Casini (Montevarchi, Italy, 1973)
Luana Perilli (Rome, Italy, 1981) "Korallen Korb" 2014
"Korallen Korb" is an installation composed of a chilli plant hanged on a tree and two ceramic sculptures. While on a formal level, the artist has been aesthetically inspired by post-war German glazed ...
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"Korallen Korb" is an installation composed of a chilli plant hanged on a tree and two ceramic sculptures. While on a formal level, the artist has been aesthetically inspired by post-war German glazed potteries, in truth, the work focuses on the ambivalence of forms and ambiguity of appearance. In fact, if on one hand the work doesn't have any function but just an aesthetic value, on the other hand, it can also be seen as a potential shelter for small animals and insects.
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Luana Perilli (Rome, Italy, 1981) "Korallen Korb" 2014
Kendell Geers ((Johannesburg, South Africa 1968) "Migrating Forms, Migrating Gods" 2014
"Migrating Forms, Migrating Gods" is an installation composed of a series of posters which alternate the image of a skull and a self-portrait of the artist, both painted in black and white. The two im ...
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"Migrating Forms, Migrating Gods" is an installation composed of a series of posters which alternate the image of a skull and a self-portrait of the artist, both painted in black and white. The two images follow one another like a chessboard where life and death, immanence and transcendent, and positive and negative, chase each other constantly. For many years, Kendell Geers has drawn on religious iconography, using the sacred image and many different kinds of representations related to sacredness, prayer, rituals and the transcendent, in order to address issues related to the mechanisms of the power and the violence, economic speculation and segregation, while also exploring the moral and ethical contradictions of apartheid.
This work has been specifically created for the exhibition "Janela. Migrating Forms and Migrating Gods".
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Kendell Geers ((Johannesburg, South Africa 1968) "Migrating Forms, Migrating Gods" 2014
H.H. Lim (Kedah, Malaysia, 1954) "Images", 2004
"Images" is a double video showing on one side the performance at the Tirana Biennale in 2005, where the artist pits his language attaching it at a table with a nail. On the other side, the video show ...
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"Images" is a double video showing on one side the performance at the Tirana Biennale in 2005, where the artist pits his language attaching it at a table with a nail. On the other side, the video shows images taken during a Hindu festival in Malaysia, where devotees of the Indian community are implanted needles and hooks in their flesh as an act of gratitude and devotion to God. In this work that is part of the collection of the Kadist Foundation of San Francisco, H.H. Lim is interested in the mechanisms of devotion. He creates a parallel between the Hindu devotees and the artist offering his own body as a sacrificial object to the cause of art.
Between other exhibitions, "Images" has been also featured in the show "Janela. Migrating Forms and Migrating Gods" (Kochi Muziris Biennale,India, 2014-2015)
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H.H. Lim (Kedah, Malaysia, 1954) "Images", 2004
Siddharth Kerkar (Goa, India, 1996) "Unexpected Blessings" 2014
"Unexpected Blessings" is an interactive sound installation of Siddharth Kerkar, one of the youngest artists based in Goa.The work consists of an iron bell in where are hidden invisible speakers and a ...
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"Unexpected Blessings" is an interactive sound installation of Siddharth Kerkar, one of the youngest artists based in Goa.The work consists of an iron bell in where are hidden invisible speakers and an electronic mechanism for selecting music tracks. By ringing the bell, the sound emitted is not that of a bell, but that of an other instrument (piano, flute, percussion, trumpet, etc.) which is selected randomly by an electronic system. Kerkar work acts as a device that questions the mechanism of the human memory and perception. Focusing on the process of identification of a visual form by the human brain, the work is also a reflection upon the concept of expectation.

"Unexpected Blessings" has been featured in the show "Janela. Migrating Forms and Migrating Gods" (Kochi Muziris Biennale, 2014-2015)
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Siddharth Kerkar (Goa, India, 1996) "Unexpected Blessings" 2014
Kedar Dhondu (Goa, India, 1980) "THE WEAPONS OF THE CONVERTS", 2014
"THE WEAPONS OF THE CONVERTS" is a multi-media installation composed of a documentary video and, a wooden inscription on which have been applied a number of Christian scapulars. The work refers to a p ...
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"THE WEAPONS OF THE CONVERTS" is a multi-media installation composed of a documentary video and, a wooden inscription on which have been applied a number of Christian scapulars. The work refers to a popular belief, according to which, Our Lady of Mount Carmel promised to her devotees that anyone who died wearing at least one of this garments would not perish eternally. The artist has collected a number of statements of believers who confess to wear scapulars and rosaries as protective amulets.

"The Weapons of the Converts" has been featured in the show "Janela. Migrating Forms and Migrating Gods", a collateral event of Kochi Muziris Biennale.
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Kedar Dhondu (Goa, India, 1980)  "THE WEAPONS OF THE CONVERTS", 2014
Diptej Vernekar (Goa, India, 1991) "Insomnia",2013
"Insomnia" is a multi-media installation composed by a video projection on a pillow, a chair and a mechanical system.

Diptej Vernekar is a young multi-media artist based in Goa. Jean Tinguely's qu ...
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"Insomnia" is a multi-media installation composed by a video projection on a pillow, a chair and a mechanical system.

Diptej Vernekar is a young multi-media artist based in Goa. Jean Tinguely's quote 'the beauty of an object could be the product of optical illusions or mechanical movements' perfectly matches his artistic vision. Vernekar's artistic practice starts from the observation of the interactions between the human beings and the objects that they daily use. His works can also be seen as attempts to create not always predictable physical experiences.
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Diptej Vernekar (Goa, India, 1991) "Insomnia",2013
Midhun Mohan (Kerala, India, 1985) "Untitled", 2012
The work is part of "Signs of denouement" (2012), a series of drawings that the artist realized for documenting a number of abandoned industrial structures which were supposed to mold 'modern India'.
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The work is part of "Signs of denouement" (2012), a series of drawings that the artist realized for documenting a number of abandoned industrial structures which were supposed to mold 'modern India'.

MIdhun Mohan lives and works in Goa (India).
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Midhun Mohan (Kerala, India, 1985) "Untitled", 2012
Bhisaji Gadekar (Goa, India 1987) "SAMAI", 2014
"Samai" is a site specific installation composed of almost 50 traditional lamps which are generally used in Hindu temples. Gadekar's work has been inspired by a specific episode of the history of Goa, ...
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"Samai" is a site specific installation composed of almost 50 traditional lamps which are generally used in Hindu temples. Gadekar's work has been inspired by a specific episode of the history of Goa, the mass conversion occured after the arrival of Portuguese in XVI century. The artist modified the samais by adding a cross on their top then he displayed the terracotta lamps like archeological objects into a pit that he has previously excavated. Gadekar's work interrogates the relationship between history and fiction, yet also reveals the artist's aptitude to became a creator of meta-realities and an illusionist.

Gadekar's artistic practice is generally based on performance involving his physical presence. He often uses his body as a relational tool that allows him to explore the real nature of human interactions.

Samai has been featured in the show "Janela. Migrating Forms and Migrating Gods", a collateral event of Kochi Muziris Biennale.
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Bhisaji Gadekar (Goa, India 1987) "SAMAI", 2014

01-02 oct 2014

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31 YEARS OLD CURATOR DOMENICO DE CHIRICO LIVES AND WORKS IN MILAN. SINCE 2011 TILL 2013 HE HAS BEEN TEACHING FASHION ...
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31 YEARS OLD CURATOR DOMENICO DE CHIRICO LIVES AND WORKS IN MILAN. SINCE 2011 TILL 2013 HE HAS BEEN TEACHING FASHION AND ART AT IED. HE IS CURRENTLY PROFESSOR OF VISUAL CULTURE AND TREND RESEARCH AT IED, AND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR AT MC2GALLERY IN MILAN. HE COLLABORATES WITH DIFFERENT INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES, ARTISTS AND MAGAZINES. HE IS ALSO WEB EDITOR FOR DUST MAGAZINE AND COMMUNITY MANAGER FOR STAGE FASHION MAGAZINE AND SINCE DECEMBER 2014 HAS TAKEN PART IN THE RIVOLI2 FOUNDATION SCIENTIFIC BOARD.

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DONNA HUANCA
DONNA HUANCA
'SIN TITULO’
OPENING PERFORMANCE, INSTALLATION VIEW, MONCHÉRI, APRIL 25TH, 2014, BRUSSELS, BE
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COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND MONCHÉRI, BRUSSELS

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DONNA HUANCA
'SIN TITULO’
OPENING PERFORMANCE, INSTALLATION VIEW, MONCHÉRI, APRIL 25TH, 2014, BRUSSELS, BE
© PHOTO: BENOÎT CATTIAUX
COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND MONCHÉRI, BRUSSELS

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DONNA HUANCA

BORN CHICAGO, USA. 

WORKS IN NEW YORK, NY.

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MICHAEL STANIAK
MICHAEL STANIAK
DATA_888 (752GB)', 2014
DVDR AND RESIN ON CANVAS, STEEL FRAME
180 X 135 CM

COURTESY THE ARTIST AND NKN GALLERY

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MICHAEL STANIAK
DATA_888 (752GB)', 2014
DVDR AND RESIN ON CANVAS, STEEL FRAME
180 X 135 CM

COURTESY THE ARTIST AND NKN GALLERY

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MICHAEL STANIAK (BORN 1982, MELBOURNE) EARNED A BFA AND AN MFA FROM THE VICTORIAN COLLEGE OF THE ARTS, MELBOURNE AS WELL AS A BA FROM MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY. HE HAS HAD SOLO EXHIBITIONS AT STEVE TURNER, LOS ANGELES; NKN, MELBOURNE AND ARTEREAL GALLERY, SYDNEY. HIS WORK HAS BEEN INCLUDED IN GROUP SHOWS AT HORTON GALLERY AND CHARLES BANK, NEW YORK AND WAS FEATURED IN A TWO PERSON EXHIBITION WITH RAFAËL ROZENDAAL AT ART RIO IN SEPTEMBER 2014. MOST RECENTLY HE HAS BEEN CURATED INTO BLUE TIMES AT THE KUNSTHALLE WIEN. 
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MICHAEL STANIAK
HAMISHI FARAH
HAMISHI FARAH
‘TRIGGER WARNING: (DIDACTIC TROJAN HORSE CRITIQUES WITHOUT ELEVATING ITSELF)’
2014
SYNTHETIC POLYMER PAINT ON BOARD
1120X1420 MM

COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND MINERVA, SYDNEY

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HAMISHI FARAH
‘TRIGGER WARNING: (DIDACTIC TROJAN HORSE CRITIQUES WITHOUT ELEVATING ITSELF)’
2014
SYNTHETIC POLYMER PAINT ON BOARD
1120X1420 MM

COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND MINERVA, SYDNEY

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BORN 1991. HAMISHI FARAH LIVES AND WORKS IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA.
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CHARLIE BILLINGHAM
CHARLIE BILLINGHAM
‘TUM 10’, 2014
OIL ON LINEN
75X60 CM
COURTESY BRAND NEW GALLERY, MILAN AND THE ARTIST

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CHARLIE BILLINGHAM (B. 1984 IN LONDON, UK) LIVES AND WORKS I ...
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CHARLIE BILLINGHAM
‘TUM 10’, 2014
OIL ON LINEN
75X60 CM
COURTESY BRAND NEW GALLERY, MILAN AND THE ARTIST

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CHARLIE BILLINGHAM (B. 1984 IN LONDON, UK) LIVES AND WORKS IN LONDON.
BILLINGHAM RECEIVED IN 2008 A MA FINE ART FROM THE EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART AND UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. IN 2013 HE RECEIVED A POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA FROM THE ROYAL ACADEMY SCHOOLS, LONDON.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE: FREE TIME, EMAIL, ZUOZ, CH (2014); TENDER 2 THE SUNSHINE ROOM, OHWOW, LOS ANGELES (2014); COMING OUT, ROYAL ACADEMY SCHOOLS, LONDON (2013); HUNTING DOGS, HUNTING CATS, MARCELLE JOSEPH PROJECTS, ASCOT, UK (2013). HIS WORKS HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN RECENT GROUP SHOWS: ART BRITANNIA, MIAMI (2013); OPEN HEART SURGERY, MOVING MUSEUM, LONDON (2013); FEBREEZE, KINMAN GALLERY, LONDON (2013); CLAY PIPE, HFBK GALLERY, HAMBURG (2013); ASSEMBLE, LIQUID COURAGE GALLERY, NASSAU (2013); NEW ORDER: BRITISH ART TODAY, SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON (2013); ANOTHER ROOM, R O O M, ARTSPACE, LONDON (2012); PREMIUMS INTERIM PROJECTS, ROYAL ACADEMY, LONDON (2012); LITTLE WHITE LIES, AUBIN GALLERY, LONDON (2011); SUMMER EXHIBITION, ROYAL ACADEMY, LONDON (2011); CAFE GALLERY, ROYAL ACADEMY, LONDON (2011); WHAT IS NOT BUT COULD BE IF, 12 VYNER STREET, LONDON (2010); RSA NEW CONTEMPORARIES, ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY, EDINBURGH (2009).
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TIZIANO MARTINI
TIZIANO MARTINI
‘UNTITLED’
2014
WATER-BASED PAINT, DIRT, ACRYLIC BINDER, ACRYLIC PAINT, WOOD VARNISH, COFFEE AND OIL ON PLYWOOD PANEL, WOODEN FRAME
CM 92,5X63,5

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TIZIANO MARTINI
‘UNTITLED’
2014
WATER-BASED PAINT, DIRT, ACRYLIC BINDER, ACRYLIC PAINT, WOOD VARNISH, COFFEE AND OIL ON PLYWOOD PANEL, WOODEN FRAME
CM 92,5X63,5

COURTESY THEARTIST_SLEEK
© PHOTO: ANDREA ROSSETTI

TIZIANO MARTINI (B. 1983 IN SOLTAU, GERMANY) LIVES AND WORKS BETWEEN VAL DI ZOLDO AND DÜSSELDORF.

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TIZIANO MARTINI
MANOR GRUNEWALD
MANOR GRUNEWALD
‘UNTITLED’
2013
120X180CM
UV PRINT OIL ACRYLICS PIGMENT PLASTIC FOIL ON WOODEN PANEL
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MANOR GRUNEWALD
‘LIFE'S A BEACH – PATTERN’
2013
120X180CM ...
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MANOR GRUNEWALD
‘UNTITLED’
2013
120X180CM
UV PRINT OIL ACRYLICS PIGMENT PLASTIC FOIL ON WOODEN PANEL
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MANOR GRUNEWALD
‘LIFE'S A BEACH – PATTERN’
2013
120X180CM
LAQUER, UV PRINT ON WOOD
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INSTALLATION VIEW 'BIEN OU BIEN?' GROUP SHOW AT MONCHÉRI, BRUSSELS, 2014
COURTESY OF STUDIO MANOR GRUNEWALD

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MANOR GRUNEWALD WAS BORN 1985. LIVES AND WORKS IN GHENT (BE).
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JOE REIHSEN
JOE REIHSEN
‘DALLAS MELON GRABBER’, 2014
NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC POLYMERS ON PANEL, ALUMINUM FRAME
152.4X119.4 CM
COURTESY BRAND NEW GALLERY, MILAN AND THE ARTIST

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JOE REIHSEN
‘DALLAS MELON GRABBER’, 2014
NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC POLYMERS ON PANEL, ALUMINUM FRAME
152.4X119.4 CM
COURTESY BRAND NEW GALLERY, MILAN AND THE ARTIST

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JOE REIHSEN WAS BORN IN BLAINE, MINNESOTA IN 1979. LIVES AND WORK IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
REIHSEN RECEIVED A BFA PAINTING AND NEW GENRE, SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE, CA, IN 2005 AND A MFA AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA, CA, IN 2008.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE: AFTERMARKET INTERIOR, FACTORY PAINT, ANAT EBGI, LOS ANGELES, CA (2014); CLEAN TITLE NO ACCIDENTS, ANAT EBGI, LOS ANGELES, CA (2013); THE COMPANY, LOS ANGELES, CA (2011); PREVIEW, THE COMPANY, LOS ANGELES, CA (2009); NEW PAINTINGS, ARTSPACE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA (2005); SWAMP MACHINE DIEGO RIVERA GALLERY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA (2004).
GROUP SHOWS INCLUDE: THE GO BETWEEN: WORKS FROM ERNESTO ESPOSITO COLLECTION, CURATED BY EUGENIO VIOLA, SPROVIERI GALLERY, LONDON, UK (2014); NEXT, ARSENAL, MONTREAL, QC (2014); THIS IS THE STORY OF AMERICA, BRAND NEW GALLERY, MILAN (2013); INVITE, CIRCUS GALLERY, LOS ANGELES, CA (2009); BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, MOUNTAIN BAR, LOS ANGELES, CA (2006); FLOW CHARTING, RAID PROJECTS, LOS ANGELES, CA (2006); REBOOT!, RAIDFC, VENICE, CA (2006); FIRST TRY (WITH CHRISTPHER MEERDO), WAREHOUSE 1310, SAN FRANCISCO, CA (2005); TRUCK YOU, ARTSPACE CHICAGO, CHICAGO, IL (2005).
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PIOTR ŁAKOMY
PIOTR ŁAKOMY
‘UNTITLED’
2014
COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND GALERIA STEREO, WARSAW
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PIOTR ŁAKOMY, BORN IN 1983, BASED IN POZNAŃ, POLAND. RECENT SHOWS: SOLO PRESENTATION A ...
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PIOTR ŁAKOMY
‘UNTITLED’
2014
COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND GALERIA STEREO, WARSAW
© PHOTO: BENOÎT CATTIAUX


PIOTR ŁAKOMY, BORN IN 1983, BASED IN POZNAŃ, POLAND. RECENT SHOWS: SOLO PRESENTATION AT LISTE 19, BASEL (WITH GALERIA STEREO), "THE SPACE BETWEEN US" FAHRENHEIT, LOS ANGELES. UPCOMING PROJECT INCLUDE "TOMORROW WILL BE SMALLER" GALERIA STEREO, WARSAW (SOLO) AND "PRIVATE SETTINGS. ART AFTER THE INTERNET" MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN WARSAW.

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LUCIA LEUCI
LUCIA LEUCI
‘E20’, 2010
LEATHER, SPRAY, PASTEL
53X43 CM
COURTESY OF THE ARTIST

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BORN 1977. LIVES AND WORKS IN MILAN
LUCIA LEUCI