Via delle Terme 45, Siena
Mostra personale: 24 Marzo – 28 Aprile
Inaugurazione sabato 24 Marzo, h 18.00
Alla presenza dell’artistaBook signing del volume edito da Radius Books
In mostra le metallic print on acrylic block delle monumentali cime di oltre 10 montagne ubicate nei 6 continenti:
Con la stessa intensità che Renate Aller ha mostrato nel suo precedente lavoro, nel quale erano ritratti oceani e deserti, in Mountain Interval cambiail modo di vedere e sentire la scala e la grandezza del soggetto.
Renate Aller è nata in Germania, vive e lavora a New York.
Le sueopere fanno parte di numerose Collezioni private e museali tra le quali Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, N.M., National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Yale University Art Gallery, CT, George Eastman House, Rochester NY, New Britain Museum of American Art, CT, Hamburger Kunsthalle , Hamburg, Germany, Chazen Museum of Art, Madison WI e Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY.
Solo Exhibition: 24 March – 28 April
Opening Saturday 24 March, 6pm
The artist will be present, and will be signing copies of her book published by Radius Books
On view will be metallic c-prints mounted behind an acrylic block showing the monumental peaks of over 10 mountains on 6 continents:
With the same intensity of Renate Aller’s previous work, in which oceans and deserts were portrayed, Mountain Interval changes the way we see and feel the scale and the size of the subject. In this exhibition the viewer engages with these photographs in the form of small sculpture, creating a shift in perspective which allows the observer to interact with the images of the mountains via an equal and non-oppressive relationship. The photographer offers us an intimate dialogue with these giant artworks of nature by highlighting the details, the veins and the texture of the rocks in their natural transitory state.
Renate Aller was born in Germany, lives and works in New York.
Her works are part of numerous private collections and museums including Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, NM, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, Yale University Art Gallery, CT, George Eastman House, Rochester NY, New Britain Museum of American Art, CT, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg , Germany, Chazen Museum of Art, Madison WI and Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY.