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Partners & Mucciaccia is pleased to present Works 2003-2013, an anthology of works by one of the most significant Italian artists: Oliviero Rainaldi (Caramanico Terme, Pescara 1956).
Oliviero Rainaldi, after the great success of the impressive exhibition Aquae at the Venice International University, on the occasion of the 55th Venice Biennale, presents his first solo exhibition in Asia, one of the most awaited events of the year. It features works spanning the last ten years of his career, as well as ten new paintings created especially for this exhibition.
Works 2003-2013 provides an overview of Rainaldi’s work over the last decade, focusing on the metaphysical nature of the human figure. He has explored this theme through drawings, paintings, sculptures in different materials, including bronze, plaster, gold, marble and glass.
Oliviero Rainaldi is in fact one of the few contemporary artists who pursues sacred art with deep ardour, maintaining in the process the strength of interpretation of his own language; for the event in Singapore he reveals the process behind the evolution of Conversazioni with a series of works dedicated to the future saint John Paul II. This small exhibition inside the larger exhibition features a selection of drawings, plasters and bronzes.
His works can also be seen in the collections of important national and international public institutions: GAM, Rome; Otis Parson, Los Angeles; Schirn Kunstalle, Frankfurt; Polk Museum, Florida; Museum Beelden Aan Zee, Scheveningen; Museum of Modern Art Rupertinum, Salisburg; Museum National Jakarta, Indonesia; Mücsarnok Kunstalle, Budapest; Tokyo Design Genter, Gotanda; Byzantine e Christian Museum, Athene; Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park di Grand Rapids, Michigan; MASP – Museum of Moderm Art San Paolo, São Paulo; National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires; Museo José Luis Cuevas, Mexico City; Expò, Shanghai; Blickachsen 8, Bad Homburg e Frankfurt; municipal building, Stockholm; ONU Building, Geneva; MACRO, Rome; MAMbo, Bologna; The Collection of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome; Piazza del Cinquecento, Rome; The Pontifical Council for Culture, Vatican City; Avvocatura dello Stato, Rome.share Email