Massimo Antonaci
Billy Apple
Rasheed Araeen
Siah Armajani
Fereydoun Ave
Bertozzi & Casoni
Faiza Butt
Szelit Cheung
Vittoria Chierici
Christopher Doyle
Naiza Khan
Abbas Kiarostami
Kesang Lamdark
Lee Mingwei
Ma Desheng
Erbossyn Meldibekov
Nortse
Tenzing Rigdol
Leang Seckon
Tsherin Sherpa
Elisa Sighicelli
Nicole Wong
Elisa Sighicelli
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Elisa Sighicelli was born in 1968 in Turin, Italy. She received her B.A. (Honors) in 1995 from Kingston University, London, and her M.F.A. in 1997 from Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London.  Known for her experimental approach in the medium of photography, Sighicelli probes into the materiality of photos and its effect on our way of seeing. Merging with materials that have different tactile properties and textures, her photographs analyze the ways in which reality reflects itself and often times appears to be made from the very substance it represents. In a world saturated with virtual images, the artist sets out to restore the palpable tangible existence of images in a physical space.

Recent solo shows include “Santiago,” Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Spain (2000); Fondation Salomon, France (2003); Fondation pour l'art contemporain Claudine et Jean–Marc Salomon, France (2003); “Pitfall,” Národní Muzeum, Prague (2004); “Sottovoce,” Palazzo delle Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, Italy (2005); and GAM, (Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea), Italy (2007). Sighicelli’s work has been part of numerous group exhibitions including “No world without you,” Hertzliya Museum, Tel Aviv (2001); “De Gustibus,” Palazzo delle Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, Italy (2002); “Liquid Sea,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (2003); “De leur temps,” Musée des Beaux–Arts, France (2004); “The Agony and the Ecstasy,” Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, England (2005); “Italy 1980–2007: Tendencies of Contemporary Research,” Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, Hanoi (2007); and “Focus on Contemporary Italian Art,” MAMBO, Italy (2008).

Selected Works
Untitled
2019
direct UV print on travertine stone
100 x 74 x 4 cm (39 ¼ x 29 x 1 ½ in)
Untitled (4943)
2018
Photograph printed on satin
220 x 253 cm
Gyproc Habito Forte 5847
2018
Direct UV print and opalescent paint on drywall
143 x 95 x 3 cm
Untitled (9038)
2019
Direct UV print on marble
100 x 80 x 4 cm
Untitled (7056)
2018
Direct UV print on travertine stone
136 x 184 x 4 cm
Exhibitions
ITALIANS - A Project by Italian Cultural Institute, Hong Kong
May 19
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May 23, 2021
Stone Talk
Oct 3
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Nov 14, 2020