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Alessandro Piangiamore

  • La XLIV cera di Roma

    2018

    Melted beeswax and paraffin candles residues, iron

    203 x 113 x 3 cm

  • Ieri Ikebana 240920184

    2019

    Concrete,flora,metal

    64 x 50 x 2 cm

Alessandro Piangiamore was born in 1976 in Enna, Italy. He has staged solo shows in museums and galleries such as the Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2014); Galleria Civica Giovanni Segantini, Arco, Trento (2013); GAMeC, Bergamo (2011); Galleria Magazzino, Rome (2016 – 2011); Fondazione Brodbeck, Catania (2010); Galleria Tiziana Di Caro, Salerno (2008); Galleria Paolo Bonzano, Rome (2006); Angelo Mai, Rome (2005). Furthermore his works have been displayed in several museums and institutions: Palazzo del Quirinale, Rome (2017); Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome (2016); Palazzo della Permanente, Milan (2015); Frédéric de Goldschmidt collection, Brussels (2016); Italian Institute of Culture, Paris (2015); MAXXI, Rome (2015); Fondazione Merz, Turin (2014); MACRO, Rome (2012); NOMAS Foundation, Rome (2012); MAGA, Gallarate, Varese (2011); Italian Institute of Culture, Los Angeles (2011); Galleria Nazionale di Cosenza (2011); Palazzo Riso Museum of Contemporary Art, Palermo (2010); Galleria Comunale d’Arte Monfalcone (2009); Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Rivoli, Turin (2008); MANIFESTA 7, Trento (2008); Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Guarene d’Alba, Turin (2007). From May 1st to June 14th 2018 he held the first New York exhibition at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò in collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art NY and Galleria Magazzino, Rome. He lives and works in Rome.

“In my research I often try to crystallize everything which is ephemeral and fleeting through a practical approach to the matter, which allows me to cleave to reality and grasp it. Between the physical and the abstract, nature and the artificial, my research aims – rather than creating single objects – to make their inside shape and images emerge. Rather than being static or frontal, their features are accomplished thorough evocations and semantic and visual shifts” – Alessandro Piangiamore