Manto Arte Temporanea | Temporary Art Manto
short exhibitions in found spaces
Tinelli di Palazzo Te | Mantova
Sunday September 17 2023
only between 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM
Giordano Pozzi's art studies the inherent structures of both the visual and the metaphysical world. By exploring the tension between these two worlds from within the language of abstract structural analysis, Pozzi's work captures both the energy and the complexity of life.
He thus establishes a framework that sets the relationships between the two fields in a program enabling a double reading. For this MATam, in conjunction with crayon studies of clouds, the artist is presenting a series of three-dimensional paper works that explore how surface, volume, and movement interrelate.
Giordano Pozzi was born in 1968 in New York. He lives and works between Verona, Italy, and New York, USA.
Recent Solo Exhibitions: 2013 Intrecci / Weaves, UnimediaModern, Genova, Italy; 2010 My studio, 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, NY; 2007 Gazebo, Fabio Paris Gallery, Brescia, Italy; 2005 Definizioni Immaginarie, Galleria Corraini, Mantova, Italy.
Most recent Group Exhibitions: 2015 CARD, Fondazione Piacenza di Piacenza e Vigevano, Palazzo Farnese, Piacenza Italy, curated by Paolo Baldacci; 2014 CARD, Pianello Val Tidone, Italy; 2012 Short Visit, Marsèlleria Permanent Exhibition, via Paullo 5, Milano, Italy; 2012 Personal effectonsale, Padiglione Esprit Nouveau, Bologna, Italy; 2011 Nel Frattempo / Meanwhile, ex mercato della frutta, Valeggio Sul Mincio, Mantova, Italy; 2008 BWAC Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, Brooklyn, NY, USA; 2008.
Recent publications: Pozzi, Giordano "DogTooth", limited edition artist book, 2013 Fortino Editions, Miami; Arfiero, Michela "Studio Visit" Flash Art International online, February, 2010; D'Egidio, Marco "Review: Gazebo" Exibart May 5, 2007; Arfiero, Michela "The Underbelly of Beauty: A Conversation with Giordano Pozzi", Sculpture Magazine, Vol.26 No.9 November, 2007.
"Between the world we touch and the world we think there is an invisible synapse within which art is born." Peter Licht