Daniel Bongovani on display in New Zealand

Daniel Bongovani on display in New Zealand

(September 29, 2021) Francesco Poli writes, his painting is the result of a marked development of his research in the direction of a radical desire to fundamentalize, or if you prefer sublimation, the pictorial language. Daniel Bongiovanni with his concepts – created in recent years in many national and foreign museums and galleries – has attempted to reveal the “holiness” underlying the earthly element, and vice versa. To do this he flew from our skies all over the world. Among the countries that have frequently welcomed his work are Australia, Canada, China, France, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States, Switzerland, Thailand, etc. From October 9-17 he will be present at Artweek Auckland in New Zealand, where the main themes of his career will be placed in the context of a special project, including the existence of man in the presence of time in its most conceptual aberration. The places chosen to host his work – technically compared to William Turner by Francesco Poli and Claude Monet by Claudio Strinati – are always numerous. In 2020 – after a hiatus with a solo show at The Wall Space Gallery in Falkirk in Scotland – he participated in important institutional exhibitions, also proposed by the Design Museum in London and 20-21 Center for the Visual Arts in Scunthorpe. In the same year – in parallel with the exhibitions held abroad and a little more than a year after his last attendance at the MACRO in Rome – he presented – together, among others, at Carla Accardi and Giulio Turcato – at Palazzo Clemente di Castelbasso, headquarters of the Malvina Menegaz Foundation .

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