Marco Piemonte

 
 

Marco Piemonte (Italy, 1976) has been illustration and digital design lecturer for many years at the Marangoni Institute in London. His knowledge of art, its movements and techniques throughout history are expressed in his paintings. He incorporates classical iconography, the modernist gesture, and digital manipulation to create a space where identity and abjection collide and repulse; an in-between space where narrative and history remain unfixed and open. His works were published in Aesthetica Magazine in 2016. Marco recently completed his MA at Chelsea College of Art and had a successful solo exhibition at Daniel Benjamin Gallery in October.

Piemonte lives and works in London.

 

Exhibitions

 

2019

Gestura, The Koppel Project, London, UK

Summer Exhibition, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, UK

Pareidolia, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, UK

 

2018

Three Pillars, Chelsea Gallery, London, UK

Young London Painters, Arthill Gallery, London, UK

Figurative NOW, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, UK

Solo Show, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, UK

MA Degree Show, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK

Marching Through The Fields, Warbling Collective, London, UK

MA Interim Show, Chelsea College of Arts, Cookhouse, London, UK

2017     

Flux Exhibition, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK

 

2016     

Oillages, Stour Space Gallery, London, UK

 

2015     

Oillages, Forty7Gallery, London, UK

 

2014    

London Calling 2014, Dray Walk Gallery, London, UK

This Year’s Model 2014, Studio1.1 Gallery, London, UK

 

2013     

You Can Tell Me, Project Berlin Gallery, Berlin, Germany

 

2012     

SomethingSomewhere, Forty7Gallery, London, UK

 

Publications

 

2016    

"Aesthetica" the art and culture magazine, Issue #68 

2016     



"FreshPaintMagazine" Curated Selection for International, Issue #15

Education

 

 

2018     

MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK

2012     

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK

2004     

Graduate Visual Communication, Istituto Marangoni, Italy