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FRANCESCO IGORY DEIANA


FRANCESCO IGORY DEIANA

Francesco Igory Deiana (Milan, 1986) lives and works in San Francisco. He’s known for his large, painstaking ballpoint-pen-on-paper works in which the mutability of emotions is generated by the gestural expressiveness of the strokes. He explores the connections between man, nature, and the social systems we live in.

 

By using a broad range of techniques, including ballpoint pen, bleach, lead, paint, and photographs, Deiana’s works offer the viewer a commentary on the way in which our increasing dependence on the computer and its simulacra has eclipsed the primacy of human relationships.

 

Past exhibitions include: Haptic Render, Cult Gallery, San Francisco 2015; Meeting on the Shore, Parklife Gallery, San Francisco 2015; Involving doubts, D406, Modena, Italy 2014; Free Fall, The Popular Workshop, San Francisco, 2013; On Thin Ice, Ruttkowski 68 Gallery, Koln, Germany 2012; More Light, Parklife Gallery, San Francisco, 2012. 

 

His work has been included in numerous group exhibitions such as: Chain Reaction 12; San Francisco Arts Commission Gallry, San Francisco, 2016; Thats my Trip, a cura di Andrew Schoultz, Joshua Liner Gallery, 2015; Art and Community In California, Sculptural installation in the Museum Alcoves, Oakland Museum, 2015; Summer Growp Show, Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco, 2014; 5 Years Anniversary, Evergold Gallery, San Francisco, 2014; A Massive Swell, Muddguts Gallery, New York, 2013; Locals Only, RVCA, San Francisco 2013; Domesticated Souls, Alice Gallery, Brussels, Belgium, 2012; Contemporaries, a cura di Stephen Powers, Galleria Patricia Armocida, Milano, Italia 2011; Let's go bombing tonight, a cura di Barry McGee e Josh Lazcano, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Danimarca.