Visual Arts

LORIS CECCHINI | DIRK SALZ at Diana Lowenstein Gallery

Fri Nov 2, 2018 - Wed Jan 2, 2019

In the work of LORIS CECCHINI (born in Milan, 1969), photography, drawing, sculpture and installation combine to form a unified poetics, the cardinal element of which is transfiguration. Incorporating elements from various interdisciplinary fields from chemistry to new technologies, his work playfully challenges limits of creation in an ever changing fashion. Cecchini has continuously use the concept “organic” as a central element … +

Visual Arts

Diana Lowenstein exhibits CONTRAPUNTO | COUNTERPOINT

Through Sat 31 Mar, 2018

CONTRAPUNTO | COUNTERPOINT includes works by artists Clemencia Labin and  Alex Trimino. For both artists the materials, crafts and shapes acquire new meanings,  encompassing metaphors such as the pursuit of perfection or the connection between past, present and future through the use of technologies and techniques. For many years Labin’s work dealt with the interaction between color, form and space.  Just as … +

Visual Arts

José Bechara: The thickness of the void at Diana Lowenstein Gallery

Sat 2 Dec, 2017 - Tue 31 Jan, 2017

Unpublished works by José Bechara, established Brazilian artist will be on view at Diana Lowenstein Gallery. Under the title “The thickness of the void”, the gallery brings together 18 new paintings produced in 2017, and also recent works with glass developed especially for the show. The exhibition is formed by two different series: one were the artist uses techniques involving acrylics and … +

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Diana Lowenstein exhibits Reima Nevalainen

Sat 9 Sep, 2017 - Mon 30 Oct, 2017

The young Finnish artist Reima Nevalainen has compared his work to the study of both anatomy and archeology. His dark and existentially loaded works fall somewhere between painting and collage. Using unconventional materials such as cardboard and sand, he depicts bodies twisted in impossible poses, with faces smudged and barely perceptible in a muted palette of gray, sepia, and dusty red. Nevalainen … +