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Exhibiting Artists

  • Bernard Aubertin  (+)

    Biography : BERNARD AUBERTIN 1934 Born in Fontenay-aux-Roses, France 2015 Passed away in Reutlingen, Germany SELECTED COLLECTIONS Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris, Paris Musée de Grenoble, Grenoble Centre National de l’Art Contemporain, Paris Musée de Graz, Graz, Austria Museum of Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf Archivio della Grazia di Nuova Scrittura, Milan Museo de Arte Moderno, Venezuela

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2016 RED, The Estate of Bernard Aubertin, De Buck Gallery, New York
    Leeahn Gallery, Seoul
    2015 Palazzo della Cancellaria, Sala Vasari, Rome
    Bernard Aubertin: Von Zero bis Heute, Galerie Heinz Holtmann, Cologne
    2014 Galerie Traits Noirs, Toulouse

    Bernard Aubertin und Zeitgenossen, Galerie Maulberger, Munich
    Bon Anniversaire Bernard! Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris
    Monochromes Noirs, Stiftung fur Konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen
    2013 Galerie Jean Greset, Besancon, France
    Bernard Aubertin – La nature des choses, Musée de la Ville de Nice, Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain, Nice
    2012 Spazio Espositivo Giardino Agora, San Dona di Piave, Venice
    Galleria Civica Citta di Desenzano, Brescia, Italy
    The Mayor Gallery, London
    Borghese Palace Art Hotel, Florence
    MDZ Gallery, Knokke, Belgium
    Galleria Orlando, Brescia, Italy
    Galleria Civica di Padova, Padova
    Galleria Rosenberg, Milan
    Galleria CD Studio d’Arte, Padova
    Palais de Tokyo, Paris
    Tonabuoni Gallery, Paris
    2011 Museo Civico Parisi, Valle Maccagno, Italy
    Bernard Aubertin – La pittura brucia, Galleria Bonioni, Reggio Emilia, Italy
    Bernard Aubertin, Galleria d’Arte Rosenberg, Milan
    Galleria Kanalidarte, Brescia, Italy
    Galleria Studio F22, Palazzolo sull’Oglio, Brescia, Italy
    Galleria Bettini & Co, Vicenza, Italy
    2010 Bernard Aubertin. Pleins Feux, Galerie Arlette Gimaray, Paris
    Dipinti e Luce Monocromatica, Galleria Brolly, Paris
    Il Fuoco e il Rosso, Galleria d’Arte Rosenberg, Milan
    Rosso Assoluto, Galleria L’Incontro di Colossi E., Chiari, Italy
    Livres d’Art Brûlés, Artantide, Verona, Italy
    Poesia Azione e Parole, Fondazione Berardelli, Porto di Santa Teresa di Gallura, Italy
    Piano et Violon Brûlés, Fondazione Berardelli, Brescia, Italy
    Sacrifice, Palazzo Ducale di Arezzo, Italy
    Ippodromo di S. Siro, Milan
    2009 Galerie De Rijk, The Haag, Netherlands
    75 X Aubertin. Works from 1958

    Detailed Description : The French ZERO group artist, Bernard Aubertin is known for the use of fire in his work, which created unique, scorched surfaces and which he exhibited in daring performances. Born in 1934 in Fontenay-aux-Roses, France, Aubertin initially studied decorative art until meeting Yves Klein in 1957, who encouraged him toward abstract art. His first monochrome works were created in 1958 and featured canvases covered in materials such as nails, bolts, and screws all painted in red. For Aubertin, the colour red created a depersonalized, mediated experience: on the one hand it evokes violence as the color of blood and fire and on the other it embodies an infinite and anonymous purity, while at the same time allowing him the space for anonymity. By 1961, he officially joined the ZERO group, seeking to create a detached, expressionless approach to art making. Later in his career, his practice evolved to incorporate performance, and he became known for setting fire to his own work and exhibiting the remains, as in Livre Brûlé where the artist set fire to a book and displayed the charred remains of its pages and bindings. Many of the works consist of abstract compositions using matches that were later burned, creating variations caused by the spontaneous nature of flame. The process by which the works are created is inherent in the final product and the viewer can clearly see the charred transformation that took place. In effect, the destructive nature of fire becomes a mode of creation and rebirth. His work was included in the landmark Guggenheim Museum survey exhibition of the ZERO movement in 2014, and it can be found in the collections of the Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris, the Musée de Grenoble, Centre National de l’Art Contemporain in Paris, the Austrian Musée de Graz, the Dusseldorf Museum, and the Museo de Arte Moderno Jesus Soto in Venezuela. Bernard Aubertin passed away in Reutlingen, Germany in 2015.

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  • Sam Francis  (+)

  • Hans Kotter  (+)

    Biography : 1966 Born in Muhldorf am Inn, Germany 1993- 1994 Art Students League, New York 2001 - 2003 MediaDesign Akademie Munich, Germany 2004 Culture award, E-ON Bavaria, Germany 2011 Artist in Residence, Art Radionica Lazareti, Dubrovnik, Croatia 2007 - 2013 Lecturer at State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart, Germany 2014 Nominated for the International Light Award, Center for International Light Art Unna, Germany Currently lives and works in Berlin SELECTED COLLECTIONS MAK Cologne, Germany Targetti Light Art Collection, Italy Collection of the German Federal Parliament, Germany Museum Ritter, Germany Osthaus Museum, Germany Kunstmuseum Celle, Germany Villa Datris, Fonds pour la Sculpture Contemporaine, France Borusan Art Collection, Turkey Collection Fidelity Investment, UK & USA Collection DEKA Bank, Germany Collection Candy & Candy Hyde Park One, UK Collection Ron Dennis, UK Kinetica Museum, UK Collection Jean et Colette Cherqui, France Collection Ichikowitz, South Africa Collection Aareal Bank, Germany Collection Jan des Bouvrie, Netherlands Collection Heubeck, Cologne, Germany Topping Rose House, Bridgehampton, NY Collection Gerald and Jody Lippes, Naples, FL, USA University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX AT&T Collection, Dallas, Texas PUBLIC ART 2010 Warburg Pincus, Frankfurt, Germany 2009 Aareal Bank, Hamburg, Germany 2007 Booz Allen Hamilton GmbH, Berlin, Germany 2007 Hotel Maximilian, Nürnberg, Germany 2007 School in Bavaria, Germany 2005 Immobilien Investment Frankfurt, Skyper, Frankfurt, Germany 2005 Derag AG, Hotel Kanzler, Bonn, Germany 2004 E-ON Bayern Regensburg, administration building,Regensburg,Germany 2004 Neuga Bauträge, object at Burghauser-Tor, Neuötting, Germany 2003 DEKA Immobilien Investment Frankfurt, Leomax, Munich, Germany 2003 Staatliches Hochbauamt Rosenheim, Land Surveying Office, Germany 1999 Passauer Neue Presse, media center, Passau, Germany 1998 Stadt Burghausen, commu

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2017 Hans Kotter: Point of View
    2016 Gallery Bernd Lausberg, Düsseldorf, Germany
    2016 Beyond Light, Samuelis Baumgarte Galerie, Bielefeld, Germany
    2015 Beyond Light, Bildraum 01, Vienna
    2015 Lichtkunst, Kunstverein Lippe, Detmold, Germany
    2014 …Interruption, De Buck Gallery, New York
    2014 Light Flow, Gallery Nery Marino, Paris
    2013 Superposition, Gallery Michaela Stock, Vienna
    2013 More Light, European Hous of Art Upper Bavaria, Schafhof, Germany
    2013 Replaced- Light Flow, Export Kubus, Vienna
    2013 Syracuse University Art Gallery, New York
    2013 Light Flow, Osthaus Museum, Hagen, Germany
    2012 Home Sweet Home, Gallery Klaus Benden, Cologne
    2012 In the Flux, Gallery Nery Marino, Paris
    2011 Light Sensitive, De Buck Gallery, New York
    2011 Light Flow, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
    2011 Deflection, Viltin Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
    2011 Deflection, Studio d’Arte Contemporanea Pino Casagrande, Rome
    2010 Dialog, Gallery Grazia Blumberg, Recklinghausen
    2009 Replaced, Gallery Michaela Stock, Vienna
    2009 Replaced, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
    2008 The Very Best…!, Gallery Benden & Klimczak, Cologne
    2008 Balance, Shunt London, with Kinetica Museum, London
    2008 Colour Rush, Gallery Bernd Lausberg, Toronto
    2007 Colour Rush and Blue Line, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
    2006 Luminale Frankfurt, with Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London + Bestreg Arts, Frankfurt
    2006 Light and Colour, Gallery Bernd Lausberg, Düsseldorf
    2005 Chromatic Impulse, Berlinische Galerie with Spectral, Germany
    2004 Balance, Raum für Kunst, Kunstverein Ravensburg, Germany
    2004 Illuminations, Aedes Berlin, Germany
    2004 Macro Landscape, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
    2003 Lichtecht (lightfast), Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
    2002 Light and Colour, Bezirks Galerie, Bezirk Oberbayern, Munich, Germany
    2002 Beauty in Plastic, Stadtmuseum Neuötting, Germany
    2001 Blue Line, Pasinger Fabrik, Munich, G

    Detailed Description : Hans Kotter’s work is an exquisite commentary on the way that light interacts with the environment. It references the minimalist neon sculpture of the 1960s and 1970s by artists such as Dan Flavin, and can be seen as part of the canon of exciting “light” work by contemporary artists such as Olafur Eliasson and James Turrell. Kotter’s creations oscillate between technical perfection; naturalness, artificiality and painterly appearance, creating works of art that cannot be comfortably categorized. His light-based sculptures reflect the mutability of light due to the steady change of colors as one flows into the next, as well as a strong interest on the part of Kotter in engaging his audience. This is achieved primarily through the interactive quality of his work – the appearance of each is customizable according to viewer preference. Much of Kotter’s oeuvre is based upon the use of a prism, photographing the diffraction of light through it. The results are beautiful, unique images that seem to be amorphous forms of pure color. These images are further integrated into his sculptural work as slides composed of intricate and unique series of color segments. Throughout his oeuvre, Hans Kotter consistently manipulates light and color to invariably benefit and transform the environments that the works inhabit. Hans Kotter was born in Muhldorf am Inn, Germany in 1966. His work has been exhibited widely throughout Europe and the United States. Highlights include participation in exhibitions at Villa Datris (L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France), Kinetica Museum (London), and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Zagreb). His work is in collections including the Targetti Light Art Collection (La Sfacciata, Italy), and Museum Ritter (Waldenbuch, Germany). He currently lives and works in Berlin.

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  • Robert Lazzarini  (+)

    Biography : ROBERT LAZZARINI 1965 Born in New Jersey 1990 BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY Present Lives and works in New York City AWARDS/RESIDENCIES 2005 New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist’s Fellowship, Sculpture, New York, NY 2003 American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY 1986 New York Foundation for the Arts, Visual Arts Grant, Brooklyn, NY 1985 New York Foundation for the Arts, Visual Arts Grant, Brooklyn, NY SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Guns, Knives, Brass Knuckles. Rodenbeck, Judith, Alva Noe, and Jonathan Neil. Los Angeles Honor Fraser, 2012 SELECTED COLLECTIONS The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA The Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC The Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA The Midwest Museum of American Art, Elkhart, IN Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI The Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC New School University, New York, NY The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ The Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw, MI The Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Larence, KS The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH The Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Davidson College, Davidson, NC

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2017 Inflorescence, De Buck Gallery, New York, NY
    2016 Deeper than Wide, Dittrich Schlechtriem, Berlin, Germany
    Orange Sunshine, Soco Gallery, Charlotte, NC
    2014 Das Unheimliche, Dittrich Schlechtriem, Berlin, Germany
    2013 jamshot, Dittrich Schlechtriem, Berlin, Germany
    Robert Lazzarini (damage), Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY
    2011 Shotgun and Targets, Yautepec Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico
    FOCUS:Robert Lazzarini, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX
    2010 friendly-hostile-friendly, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY
    guns, knives, brass knuckles, FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY
    guns, knives, brass knuckles, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA
    2009 Robert Lazzarini: guns and knives, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
    2006 sewer covers, Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA
    drawings, Deitch Projects, New York, NY
    Robert Lazzarini: Seen/Unseen, Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
    Untitled – Robert Lazzarini works on paper, Davidson College, Davidson, NC
    2003 Robert Lazzarini, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
    2000 studio, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
    1998 violin, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2017 Opulent Landscapes, De Buck Gallery, New York, NY and Saint Paul de Vence, France
    Summer Selected | Colored Light, De Buck Gallery, New York, NY
    2016 Greek Gotham, Dio Horia, Mykonos, Greece
    2012 Riot, Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY
    Passenger, Angstrom, Dallas, TX
    Eagles, Marlborough Madrid in Collaboration with Marlborough Chelsea, Madrid, Spain
    Parts and Services, Eric Firestone Gallery, New York, NY
    Twisted Domestic, Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY
    Portrait of a Generation, The Hole, New York, NY
    Fine line, Workshop, Venice, Italy
    Blind Cut, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY
    BAD FOR YOU, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, Shizaru Gallery, London, UK
    2011 Sentimental Education, Gavlak Gallery, Palm B

    Detailed Description : Robert Lazzarini is known for confusing visual and haptic space, or rather complicating the space of pictures and the space of things. Based on appropriated subjects, his paintings and sculptures have the effect of interrupting one’s standard or habituated processes of visual recognition. His work continues the discourse of phenomenology in art and traces it’s lineage back to the American Minimalists. Lazzarini’s work touches on themes ranging from memory to optics to the mythology of violence in American culture. Lazzarini is featured in collections at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Viriginia, the Newark Museum. Newark, New Jersey, and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota among others. He received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 1990 and continues to live and work in New York City.

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  • Rashaad Newsome  (+)

    Biography : 1979 Born in New Orleans, Louisiana 2001 Bachelors of Arts, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 2004 Studied Film at Film/Video Arts Inc., New York, New York Currently lives and works in New York AWARDS 2017 NY Live Arts Live Feed residency program, NY The 2017 Rush Arts Gold Rush Award, NY 2016 Artist-in-Residence, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM 2014 Artist-in-Residence, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA 2012 Artist-in-Residence, McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC Visiting Artist Residency, Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA 2011 Award, Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, New York, NY Artist in Residence, Pilchuck Glass School, Seattle, WA 2010 Visual/Interdisciplinary Arts fellow, Urban Artist Initiative, New York, NY Artist Grant, The Urban Artist Initiative, New York, NY 2009 Visual Arts Grant, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York, NY Harvestworks Van Lier Grant, Harvestworks, New York, NY Summer/Fall Artist in Residence Program, Eyebeam, New York, NY Artist Studio Program, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY BAC Community Arts Regrant, Brooklyn Arts Council, Brooklyn, NY 2008 International Residency Program, Location 1, New York, NY SVA/LMCC Visiting Artist Award, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Workspace Artist Residency Program, LMCC, New York, NY 2007 Joint Multimedia Residency, BCAT/Rotunda Gallery, New York, NY 2006 Franklin Furnace Grant for Performance Art, Franklin Furnace Fund, New York, NY 2005 Artist in Residence, Harvestworks, New York, NY Artist in Residence, L'Entreprise Culturelle, Paris, France BIENNIALS 2011 Venice Biennale: "Commerical Break", Garage Projects,Venice, Italy 2010 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY PUBLIC SCREENINGS 2015 The Conductor, Midnight Moment, Time Square Art Alliance, New York, NY Shade Compositions SFMOMA, Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery, Manchester, Hartford County, CT Shade C

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2017 ICON, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI
    KNOT, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
    The Conductor, MOCA Jacksonville, FL
    Mélange, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA
    2016 STOP PLAYING IN MY FACE!, De Buck Gallery, New York, NY
    THIS IS WHAT I WANT TO SEE, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
    2015 ICON, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
    Order of Chivalry, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
    Silence Please The Show Is About To Begin, Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Canada
    2014 LS.S, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY
    FIVE, The Drawing Center, New York, NY
    2013 Score, Gallerie Henrik Springmann, Berlin, Germany
    The Armory Show, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY
    Rashaad Newsome: King of Arms, The New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
    2012 Converge, McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC
    2011 Shade Compositions, Galerie Stadtpark, Krems, Austria
    Rashaad Newsome: Herald, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY
    Rashaad Newsome/MATRIX 161, The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT
    2010 Rashaad Newsome: Videos and Performance 2005-2010, Syracuse University Art Galleries, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
    Honorable Ordinaries, Ramis Barquet Gallery, New York, NY
    Futuro, ar/ge Kunst Galerie Museum, Bolzano, Italy
    2009 Rashaad Newsome: Standards, Ramis Barquet Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 Untitled (Banji Cunt), Talman + Monroe, Brooklyn, NY
    Compositions, Location1, New York, NY


    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS


    2017 One day this kid will get larger, DePaul Art Museum, Chicago, IL
    Pose, Galerie Springmann, Berlin, Germany
    2016 PARADOXAL STRANGER, Gallery Momo, Cape Town, South Africa
    Face to Face, Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, Lafayette, LA
    2015 Performance and Remnant, The Fine Arts Society, London, United Kingdom
    Fabulous, Shirin Gallery, New York, NY
    A Curious Blindness, Columbia University, New York, NY
    2014 Killer Heels, Brooklyn

    Detailed Description : Rashaad Newsome is a multidisciplinary artist whose work blends several practices together including: collage, sculpture, video, music, computer programming and performance, to form an altogether new field. Best known for his visually stunning collages housed in custom frames, Newsome's work is deeply invested in how images used in media and popular culture communicate distorted notions of power. Using the equalizing force of sampling, he crafts compositions that surprise in their associative potential and walk the tightrope between intersectionality, social practice and abstraction. Newsome's works opposes cultural essentialisms. They lead us into a realm of uncertainty, in which the symbols presented transform, but are nonetheless made tangible. Newsome’s most recent collages evolve from abstracted Baroque-esque designs that incorporate symbols of these subcultures to personified figurative subjects with clearly recognizable human faces and bodies. Compositionally, these works are still heavily influenced by Newsome’s interest in the rules of heraldry and the use of contemporary pop cultural status symbols. By moving towards portraiture, Newsome engages with the idea of agency, specifically in relation to interpretations of feminism by trans-gender and cis-gender women of color. In giving his collages faces, Newsome inherently imbues them with this sense of agency as the figures that emerge confront viewers head-on. Newsome lives and works in New York City. He was born in 1979 in New Orleans, He has exhibited and performed in galleries, museums, institutions, and festivals throughout the world including: Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (LA), The Whitney Museum (NYC), The Studio Museum in Harlem (NYC), Brooklyn Museum (NYC), MoMAPS1 (NYC), SFMOMA (CA), New Orleans Museum of Art (LA), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, France), The Garage Center for Contemporary Culture (Moscow, Russia), and MUSA (Vienna, Austria). Newsome’s work is in numerous public co

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  • Pino Pinelli  (+)

    Biography : 1938 Born in Catania, Sicily Currently lives and works in Milan

    Exhibition : 2017 Pittura, De Buck Gallery, New York, New York
    La pittura disseminate, MARCA, Catanzaro, Italy
    Disseminations, The Merchant House, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2016 Matter. Fragment. Shadow, MAMM, Moscow, Russia
    Trademark, Fabbriche Chiaramontane, Agrigento, Italy
    2015 Pino Pinelli: Pittura, Pearl Lam Gallery, Hong Kong
    Come una musica visiva, Galleria Cardi, Pietrasanta, Italy
    Antologia rossa, Galleria Dep Art, Milano, Italy
    2014 Pino Pinelli: La Pittura senza il quadro, Arezzo, GCAC Galleria Comunale d’Are Contemporanea, Italy
    2013 Pino Pinelli: Painting, Roca Roverasca Fortress, Senigallia, Italy
    Pino Pinelli: The Skin of the Deer, Progetto Arte Elm, Milan, Italy
    2012 BAG, installation, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
    The Red, the Blue, Church of Santa Caterina, Lipari, Italy
    Pino Pinelli: Incognita e quanta, Claudio Poleschi Contemporary Art, Church of San Matteo, Lucca, Italy
    2011 Pino Pinelli: Starting from Color, Galleria Colossi, Brescia, Italy
    Pino Pinelli: The Disseminated Painting, T.A.C. Contemporary Art, Perugia, Italy
    2010 Free Dynamics of Matter (with Mario Nigro), Galleria Arsnow Seragiotto, Padua, Italy
    Pino Pinelli: Painting, Villa La Versiliana, Marina di Pietrasanta, Lucca, Italy
    Pino Pinelli. Works: 1980-2010, Galleria Plurima, Udine, Italy
    2009 Pino Pinelli: Painting 1974-2008, Cascina Roma, San Donato Milanese, Milan
    Pino Pinelli: Thinking About Painting, Galleria Civica Enzo Mariani, Seregno, Milan
    2008 Pino Pinelli: Painting, Santo Ficara Modern and Contemporary Art, Florence
    Pino Pinelli: Spatial Painting, Galleria Lara & Rino Costa, Valenza Po, Alessandria, Italy
    2007 Griffa – Pinelli, Fondazione Zappettini, Milan
    Pino Pinelli: The ‘80s, Galleria Melesi, Lecco, Italy
    Pino Pinelli: Painting as a Fragment and Unitary Tension, A Arte Studio Invernizzi, Milan
    2006 Pino Pinelli, Palazzo Strozzi, Florence
    2005 Pino Pinelli: R Painting, Santo Ficara Modern and Contemporary Art, Florence
    2004 Galleria Rino Costa, Valenza, Ita

    Detailed Description : Pino Pinelli is an Italian artist, known for his minimalistic sculptural paintings, which challenge and alter the traditional idea of painting. Pino Pinelli was in 1938 born in Catania, Sicily. In the 1960s, the artist moved to Milan, attracted by the great artistic and cultural turmoil that occurred at that time around essential figures of Italian post-war art such as Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni and Enrico Castellani. Though inspired by these slightly older Zero artists, Pinelli was one of the primary members of Pittura Analitica, an art movement that represented one of the most significant and influential artistic movements of the Italian Post-War period. Experimenting with new solutions that he could use for the surface of paintings, Pino explored geometry, shape and color, and at the same time analyzed the relationship between the artist and the artwork. The body of art that emerged from these experiments was his large-scale mixed media geometric forms made from predominantly primary colors. In a method that recalls the pigmented works of Yves Klein, and in an effort to resolve the anxieties of painting by eliminating the canvas in its usual form, Pinelli crafted resin forms, and then covered them with pigment. These organic, wrinkled, and rippled forms exist in pairs and trios, realized in white, gray, and vibrant primary colors—including a hue similar to International Klein Blue—and seem to vibrate under fuzzy surfaces; they resemble monochromatic canvases that were crumpled up and destroyed, and then smoothed out and hung again. Makeshift diptychs and triptychs that challenge traditions of painting, Pinelli’s works are emblematic of ZERO as a whole, in their reliance on material, process, and a spirit of innovation to question storied conceptions of art making and the contemporaneous cultural climate. Pino Pinelli’s first exhibition took place in 1968 at Galleria Bergamini in Milan. Since then, his work has been exhibited in numerous group and solo s

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  • Turi Simeti  (+)

    Biography : 1929 Born in Alcamo, Italy Currently lives and works in Milan SELECTED COLLECTIONS Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna, Turin, Italy Museo Casabianca, Malo, Italy Pinacoteca di Macerata, Italy Villa Croca, Genoa, Italy Museo di Capo Orlando, Italy Museo Civico di Gibellina, Italy Museo Alternativo Remo Brindisi, Ferrara, Italy Fondazione Calderara, Vacciago, Italy Galleria Civica d’Arte Contemporanea di Marsala, Italy Stadtische Museum Gelsenkirchen, Germany Museum Pfalzgalerie, Kaiserlautern, Germany Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany MAM Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bolzano, Italy Paco Imperial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Stadtische Galerie Villa Zanders, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany Mittelrhein-Museum, Koblenz, Germany CIMAC, Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy Mondriaanhuis, Amersfoot, Olanda, The Netherlands Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna, Gallarate, Italy Museo d’arte Generazioni italiene del 900 “G. Bargellini, Pieve di Cento, Italy

    Exhibition : SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2017 Museo Regionale per l’arte contemporanea Riso di Palermo, Palermo, Italy
    Museo Regionale per l’arte contemporanea Riso di Palermo, Palermo, Italy
    Leeahn Gallery, Seoul, South Korea
    2015 Dep Art, Milan, Italy
    Galerie Volker Diehl, Berlin, Germany
    Le Choix du Signe curated by Natacha Carron, Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
    Vedovi Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
    Project Room: Turi Simeti, Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels
    2014 The Primary Form of Painting, De Buck Gallery, New York
    2013 Fabbriche Chiaramontane, Agrigento, Italy
    Galleria Dep Art, Milan
    2012 The Mayor Gallery, London
    artesilva, Seregno, Italy
    Galerie Linde Hollinger, Laderburg, Germany
    2011 Gallerja, Rome
    Spazio Eventi Liberia Ferrarin, Legnano, Italy
    Sala degli Stucchi, Villa Morosini, Rovigo , Italy
    2010 Ex Collegio dei Gesuiti, Alcamo, Italy
    Salvatore + Caroline Ala Galleria, Milan
    2009 MAAB Consulenze d’Arte, Padova, Italy
    Studio D’Arte Contemporaneo Pino Casagrande, Rome
    Venice Biennale, Padiglione della Repubblica Arabo Siriana, Venice
    Fiera di Cremona, Galleria Amanda Gori casa d’Arte, Prato, Italy
    2008 Poleschi Arte – Spazio Satura, Genoa, Italy
    Amanda Gori Casa d’Arte, Prato, Italy
    Maretti Arte Monaco, Montecarlo
    2007 Globart Gallery, Acqui Terme, Italy
    2006 Galleria Bim, Banca Intermobiliare, Lugano, Switzerland
    Excalibur Arte Contemporanea, Solcio di Lesa, Italy
    Evento Collaterale Arte Padova, Padova, Italy
    2005 ARTantide Lugano, Ticino, Switzerland
    2004 Galleria d’Arte Serego, Verona, Italy
    Galleria Poleschi, Milan
    2003 Galleria Giraldi, Livorno, Italy
    Arte Silva, Seregno, Italy
    Carte d’Arte Mostre, Catania, Italy
    2002 Fondazione Mudima, Milan
    Gallerio Rino Costa, Casale Monferrato, Italy
    Galleria Bergamo, Bergamo
    Galerie Maier, Kitzbuell
    Galerie Wack, Kaiserlautern Immoblia, Verona, Italy
    2001 Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna, Gallarate, Italy
    2000 Studio d’Arte Harry Zellweger, B

    Detailed Description : A member of the mid-20th-century minimalist ZERO movement, Turi Simeti is an engineer of light, color, and geometry. In Italy alone, Simeti’s peers in the movement include artists like Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni and Enrico Castellani; abroad they include such figures as Yves Klein, Heinz Mach and Gunther Uecker. After working with Alberto Burri in Rome, Simeti embarked upon a successful career as an artist in 1962, developing the ovale motif that would be a keystone of his work for decades to come. His monochrome shaped canvases are examples of pure formalism that helped pioneer the now well-established idea that paintings can be three- dimensional art objects. Still actively creating today, Simeti is considered a true “maestro” of 20th and 21st Century Italian art. Minimalist in conception, for the last 50 years, Simeti’s work has been comprised of dynamic patterns of ovals that dance across the monochromatic surfaces of shaped canvases. The works explore an outstanding dynamism with graceful movement through the use of protruding forms. This focused combination of color and shape speaks to Simeti’s concern with emphasizing the physical presence of the artwork itself, rather than an expression of the artist’s voice. Just as Fontana helped to found Spazialismo with his punctured canvases, for decades Simeti has broken through key tenants of minimalism to explore the play of light on shapes created on monochromatic and tactile canvas surfaces. Simeti’s works exist not as single entities but as an active experience of color and shape, and ultimately capture the dynamism that exists between these two aesthetic elements. Turi Simeti was born in Alcamo, Sicily in 1929. In 1965, Simeti’s work was included in an exhibition of Zero artists held in Fontana’s studio, solidifying him as a valuable member of the group. Since then, his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide, and is included in prominent collections such as the MAM (Rio de

    Artist's Objects:

    • Turi Simeti - 4 ovali bianchi 4 ovali bianchi

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  • Ekrem Yalçındağ

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  • Taro Yamamoto

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Other Represented Artists

  • Alberto Biasi  (+)

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  • Sebastian Blanck  (+)

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  • Joseph Cohen

  • Mahmoud Hamadani

  • Shozo Shimamoto

  • Zevs  (+)

    Biography : 1977 Born in France Currently lives and works in Paris and Berlin

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES 2016 Noir Éclair, Chateau de Vincennes, Paris 2015 ELLE, De Buck Gallery, New York Aguirre Schwarz Au pays de l’or noir, Marcel Strouk, Paris The Autobiography of Aguirre Schwarz. An exhibiotn by Zevs, CCA Andratx, Andratx Mallora, Spain 2014 Expérience n°8: Zevs x Impossible, La Vitrine am, Paris, France Zevs, La Vitrine am, Paris, France 2013 Traffics In Icons, De Buck Gallery, New York Heaven, The Container, Tokyo 2012 Down on Mainstream, Mechelen Cultural Center, Belgium W Hotel, Paris 2011 Renaissance, Art Statements, Tokyo Liquidated Version, De Buck Gallery, New York 2010 Razzle Dazzle System, Arsenal Museum, Kiev Victim, Sao Paulo, Brazil Reminiscences, Musee de la Vielle Charite, Marseille LVX, Chateau de Vincennes. France Moscow Biennial, Russia Nude LV Murakami Liquidated, Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich 2009 LVX, Lazarides Gallery, New Castle, United Kingdom Art Totale, University of Leuphana, Germany Liquidated Logos, Art Statements, Hong Kong Outsiders, Lazrides Gallery, New York Euro Liquidated, Palais de Tokyo, Paris Visual Attack, de Pury & Luxembourg Gallery, Zurich 2008 Electroshock, Ny Carlsberg Glypothek, Copenhagen Postcapitalism Kidnapping, Art Statements, Hong Kong 2007 ZEVS, Lazarides Gallery, London Projection du Film ZEVS, Maison Européene de la Photographie MEP, Paris Visible Grafitti, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris 2006 Perpetual Ending, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris Ugly Winners, Galerie Agnes b., Paris Swish, Lazarides Gallery, London 2005 Visual Kidnapping, Palais de Tokyo, Paris 2003 Art Crime Scene, Le Triptyque, Paris Aux portes de l’enfer, NIM, Paris 2002 Paris-Berlin, Galerie Rebellminds, Berlin 2001 ZEVS, Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris Shadow Hunter, Vitrines des Galeries Lafayette, Paris 1999 Warning: May Provoke Damage, Maison Européene de la Photographie MEP, Paris GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2015 Brand Loyalty; i’m lovin’ it, Gallery nine5, New York 2013

    Detailed Description : ZEVS is a French contemporary artist and provocateur, best known for his "liquidation" technique. He was an early and influential graffiti artist in Paris in the 1990s. Born Christophe Aghirre Schwarz, he took his moniker after a regional RER train, Zeus, that almost ran him over one day. A different interpretation to his artist name is the acronym in French: ‘Zone d'Expérimentation Visuelle et Sonore’. ZEVS has participated in exhibitions and performances worldwide, including the 2010 Moscow Biennial, Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek (Copenhagen), the Mechelen Cultural Center, and the historic Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. In September 2016 ZEVS’s work was featured in a major exhibition at the Chateau de Vincennes on the outskirts of Paris. Most of the works in the exhibition were specifically conceived for the exhibition and were inspired by the history and features of the building. ZEVS is seen as one of the more inspired practitioners of mischievous street work. His Liquidated Logos series are arguably the most direct and recognizable examples of the oeuvre. His activity on the street has drawn much controversy and attention from the ‘high art’ world, blurring the line between conceptual art and plain old-fashioned angry vandalism. Most notorious were his examples of ‘visual kidnapping’ where ZEVS removed entire figures from over-sized advertisements. Other techniques have included using high-pressure steam cleaners to “clean” a picture onto a dirty wall, obviously toying with the notion of whether graffiti is blight upon the landscape or a complement to it.