The New Art Centre has just recently announced One of Many Fragments – an exhibition of work by Edward Allington and his former student at Slade School of Fine Art in London, Nika Neelova. Inspired by architectural details and artefacts, both artists reimagine objects and visual qualities that have been so commonly used they are […]
Element is pleased to present Social Boom, Woc’s latest exhibition project, created for the gallery spaces and on show through July 14, 2020, visitable by appointment. With Social Boom Woc tells a story of contemporary communication. Always interested in the concept of image and the multiple forms it can take, the artist is equally fascinated […]
The work of the two artists moves from one side to the other of the aforementioned texture that in their works seems to be in constant motion, vibrating under the influence of meaningful plots in search of an authenticity of meaning that calms the forms and appeases the matter.
We are pleased to carry the art out on the streets in these difficult times by presenting Noire Walls.
Woc, a new generation Italian artist, inaugurates the surface of the wall with a work that highlights the contemporary communication.
EVER is Nika Neelova’s first solo exhibition in a public gallery in the UK, presenting new and existing work by the Russian-born artist. This ambitious sculptural exhibition responds to, and is in dialogue with, the building’s unique art deco architecture.
Interpretating the melancholy fiction ‘Satyricon’ by the Roman poet Petronius, The Feast of Trimalchio is the multi-media work of Russian collective AES+F. In the ancient story Trimalchio’s feast was portrayed as the ideal celebration that Trimalchio imagined for his own funeral.
In the current geological era, called Anthropocene, the main territorial, structural and climate mutations are caused by human beings and their invasive actions on earth. Nika Neelova has focused her artistic research on these signs that highlight the relationship and the continuous exchange between the human body, the surrounding architectural space and the geology of the earth through its complexity and morphology.
The irregular experimental approach to the themes of research in design by the eclectic architect and artist Leonardo Mosso, who has developed since the 1960s the “theory of semiotic structural design” and “non-authoritarian programming”, placing the elaboration of the concept of “structure” at the center of his research
Monk’s subtle sense of irony also appears in the 25 pages of fashion and design magazines in which the artist renews his tribute to famous Italian artist Salvo. Monk has laser printed copies of Salvo’s famous Italian landscape paintings on the advertisements of famous high fashion brands such as Gucci, Prada, Saint Laurent, where he paints out the background leaving only the trees
The group show curated by Domenico De Chirico, displaying works by Kasper Bosmans, Michal Budny, Valentin Carron, Alexandre da Cunha, Kaye Donachie, Christian Holstad, Sebastian Jefford, Piotr Łakomy, Angelika Loderer, Loup Sarion, Astrid Svangren.
Feels Like Home is a project designed specifically to enhance and dialogue with the spaces of Villa Cairoli, an exhibition conceived for to showcase the art of the new generations in Turin within a famous historic home.
The ten artists on show Eron, Futura, Doze Green, Todd James, Jayone, Mode2, SKKI ©, Teach, Boris Tellegen, ZeroT worked together for the first time to create a single collaborative work, a sort of Hall of Fame on the walls of the Arterminal space, to which are added a series of site specific works created specifically for the event on the occasion of the 2015 Vennice Biennale.
Founder of the Urban Art scene in Europe, he transformed the New York influence into something new, dedicating himself to the representation of the black community within the French Eurocentric society and culture.
Naimanan uses playful and subversive twists to create objects that move away from their primary function toward an unconventional and inverted perspective that demands us to Keep Wrong rather than right. Ça ne vaut pas un clou is based on the French expression for a worthless item and originates from the Hidden Wealth project presented at MoMA in 2005.
The show, curated by Olivier Kosta-Théfaine (also one of the artists displayed) offers a sort of utopian cartography. It’s the recalling of an informal landscape, fragmented, where the memory of urban suburbs, an abandoned object, becomes unique and precious. The image of a moving geography, ever-changing and surprising. The artists use found objectual entities that now are esthetically reinvented, conveying a subtle conceptualism, an almost minimalistic reading of the landscape.