May 20 2014: Dedar meets Ornaghi e Prestinari, Paris


For the D’Days, two young Italian artists meet Dedar: Rue Bonaparte 20 show room hosts Ornaghi &Prestinari’s first art project in Paris.

In their works, the artists engage directly with the potential of materials and techniques, ranging from ancient complex ones like silvering to experiments with new methods. Particularly interested in the duality inherent in every action, the artists maintain a prevalently aesthetic component with elegant, sophisticated tones, evoking in their insights fascinating figurative compositions with great intensity.

For their approach to creation and art, Antonella has selected them and suggested Dedar to invite them in its Paris venue to present a new installation, inspiraed by Dedar’s textiles.

The show is curated by Antonella in collaboration with Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Bejiging, Le Moulin.

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Valentina Ornaghi (Milan 1986) and Claudio Prestinari (Milan 1984) began their university education at the Polytechnic of Milan and continued it at the IUAV in Venice. They have participated in various workshops and residencies, including VIR-ViaFarini in Residence, Milan, 2013; Fondazione Spinola-Banna per l’arte, Poirino (TO), 2011. Solo shows include “Familiare”, Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, 2014; “Preoccuparsi”, Biblioteca Ariostea, Ferrara, 2013; collective shows include the 96ma collettiva Giovani Artisti, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Galleria di San Marco, Venice, 2012; The Self-Moving Number, Duende studios, Rotterdam, NL, 2012; Jeune Création Européenne, an itinerant biennale of young artists and the 14th BJCEM (Biennial of Young Artists of Europe and the Mediterranean), Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, 2009.

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