Daniel Bongovani on display in New Zealand

Daniel Bongovani on display in New Zealand

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Daniel Bongovani on display in New Zealand

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In Auckland, New Zealand, the main themes of his trip will be contextualized, including human existence against time

Daniel Bongovani with him Concept – erected in recent years in various national and foreign museums and galleries – has always tried to reveal the “holiness” underlying the earthly element, and vice versa. To do this he flew from our skies to all over the world; Among the countries that have repeatedly welcomed his work we find: Australia, Canada, China, France, Mexico, the United Kingdom, the United States, Switzerland, Thailand, etc. From October 9 to 17, he will be present atArtweek Auckland in a new Zeland, which will be placed in one context A special project, major themes of his career, including The existence of man in the presence of time.

The places chosen to host his work are always numerous. In 2020 – after stopping with a solo show at the Wallspace Gallery in Falkirk in Scotland – he participated in important institutional exhibitions, which he also proposed London Design Museum And from 20-21 Visual Arts Center de Scunthorpe. In the same year – in parallel with the exhibitions held abroad and a little more than a year after his last presence in Macro Roma – I offered Palazzo Clemente di Castelbasso, seat Malvina Minigas Foundation.

Among the workers 2021 find its presence in Silova Biennale for the Arts in a Lithuania, with a large number of employees, Al Taos Center for the Arts In the New Mexico NS Temporary Contemporary Art Exhibition in Huddersfield; This year, in the UK alone, the artist – who during his career has been the champion of hundreds of exhibitions, which include two versions of Venice Biennale of Arts and others Foreign BiennialsIn Bangkok, Dar es Salaam and Liverpool – participated in more than 30 events.

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Bongiovanni – Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Palermo i Active for some time in research, we mention the participation in projects of various academic institutions: such as Dublin City University, Kings College London, Queen Mary University of London, Royal College of Art in London and the University of Sussex in Brighton – recently also collaborating on the art programs set up, respectively, by Auckland University of Technology And from University of Huddersfield.

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