Marco Cianciotta – Post coitum omnis artifex semper triste

September 9/25, 2020

Tecnical sheet:
Habeas Corpus (1/5) – pigments on paper, 100×140 cm, 2017
Senza Titolo (1/2) – gauze and pigments on board, 102×108 cm, 2020
The per due – golden cardboard and pigments on canvas, 50×50 cm, 2018
Foglia al vento – pigments and gold leaf on board, 39,4×46,3 cm, 2016
Senza Titolo – pigments, gauze and gold leaf on board, 120×60 cm, 2020
Senza Titolo – gauze, pigments and gold leaf on board, 96×47,8 cm, 2020
(Ancora) Desta in animo suo (Trent’anni dopo) – pigments, gauze, wood and gold leaf on board, 75×42 cm, 2020
Senza Titolo – pigments and gauze on canvas, 50×50 cm, 2019
Senza Titolo – pigments, gauze, shaped cardboard and gold leaf on board, 40,2×39,3 cm, 2019
Osservatorio astronomico – pigments and gold leaf on paper, 140×220 cm, 2020
Cielo stellato (chiaro) – pigments, paper and gold leaf on board, 39,4×46,3 cm, 2019
Senza volerlo ho rotto le uova a – gauze, pigments, egg shells and gold leaf on board, 100x30x7cm, 2020
Oro! Cioccolato! – pigments, gauze and golden cardboard on board, 56×30 cm, 2019
Cielo stellato (scuro) – pigments, paper  and gold leaf on board, 39-4×46,3 cm, 2019

photo by Marco Fronteddu

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Marco Cianciotta (Rome 1959) lives and works between Sassari and Milan. He graduated in 1987 in Painting with Luciano Fabro, and with an experimental thesis on the History of Contemporary Art on the neoconcrete movement in Brazil on the artists Lygia Clark and Helio Oiticica with Tommaso Trini Castelli at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. From 1983 to 1996 he was assistant to Antonio Dias, an internationally recognized artist. From 1985 to 1991 he collaborated with the Casa degli Artisti in Corso Garibaldi, Milan, held by Luciano Fabro, Idetoshi Nagasawa and Jole De Sanna. From 1988 to 1990 he was assistant to the Expert in Decorative Arts of the XIX-XX century. – Sotheby’s Auction House – Milan. From 1990 to 1995 he was a restorer at the Studio Opere Lignee Quartana, Milan. Among the commissions: Superintendence of Artistic and Historical Heritage – Milan; Archbishopric – Milan; Bagatti and Valsecchi Museum – Milan; Poldi Pezzoli Museum – Milan; Brera Art Gallery – Milan. From 1990 to 1995 he was represented by the Bordone Gallery, Milan. Since 1996 he has dedicated himself to teaching. He has taught at the Academies of Sassari, Foggia, Catanzaro, Rome, L’Aquila. Since 2011 he has taught at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. From 2011 to 2013 he collaborated with the CRAB – Research Center of the Brera Academy – for the realization of seminar projects, internships, workshops and meetings. From 2014 to 2015 he was a founding member and artistic director of the cultural association Zone – Studies of Visual Culture Theories and Practices of Art – Milan, curating various exhibitions. From 2016 to 2019 he collaborates and is host of Contemporary – Festival of avant-garde art and music, Donori (Cagliari), curated by Maurizio Coccia and Roberto Follesa. As an artist he has participated in numerous personal and collective exhibitions, in Italy and abroad. He has participated in the international art fairs of Bologna and Basile.