Le Dame Art Gallery are delighted to invite you to discover some of the most interesting artists chosen among the finalists of the Artrooms Awards 2019.
The show is on until 31 January 2020 at the Melia White House, in Central London, featuring works from different media.
Emerging artist Alexandra Charlotte Pullen has already been awarded of the Ashmolean Museum Vivien Leigh Prize and of the Rishi Mullett-Sadones Memorial Prize in 2014. Her works can be found in Collections such as the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and at the V&A in London.
Domenico Pasqua is an Italian artist based in Belgium. With offices in Rome and Antwerp, he works both as architect and artist (photography and paintings). Domenico won Le Dame Art Gallery Prize as well as The Artrooms Institutional Award.
Emanuele Garletti is an Italian artist who has taken part to several edition of the Artrooms Fairs, including Rome and Seoul (South Korea). Selected among hundreds of artists, he has always been one of the most appreciated artists of our Selection Committees. At the moment you can also visit Garletti’ solo show at the Baglioni Hotel in London,
Colombian artist, Juliana Bernal Jaramillo is clearly driven by four different languages: folding, geometry, symmetry and colour. With her artworks, she transforms paper into a masterpiece of complexity and perfection.
Katya Granova works with a variety of mediums, although her practice is gathered around past, history, experiences, and the ways she deals with them. Working with the imagery she has some connection to, like old family photographs, it is her own way to intrude the body of past with her own body presence. Painting becomes the act (or even a dance), between the artist, the work, the viewer and the past.
Winner of the prestigious Crown Fine Art Award for Photography at The National Open Art Competition, Lindsay was the first photographer to be offered a residency at the prestigious ‘ Hermitage’ artist retreat in Florida, America’s only ‘by invitation’ artists retreat. During the residency his work came to the attention of the George Eastman House – the worlds preeminent museum of photography. Subsequently Lindsay was given the opportunity to bring the Eastman House’s Ansel Adams collection to Scotland, and to exhibit alongside this Legendary Master Photographer.
Monia Marchionni (Italy 1981) is a visual artist and fine art photographer, graduated in Academy of Arts at Bologna, and a second degree in Literature and Philosophy at Bologna with a degree in History of Contemporary Art (2008). She is fascinated by photography for that “double glance” typical of the medium, the “already seen” become the “never seen” with a different cut of the scene and with the imagination, where the boundary between reality and fiction becomes more and more confused.
Peter Bezuijen is a Dutch artist, illustrator and graphic designer. He has sold his work to buyers in Australia, the United States, Germany, Italy, Canada and the UK. Working since 1988, his style is characterised by his use of colour. Peter’s latest work, “Repetition: The Perfect Imperfection”, deals with repetitive imagery, and combines a feeling of calm and balance with a playful edge.
Sunaina is a contemporary artist of Indian origin, who lives and works in Singapore. Educated in India, she moved to Tokyo in the late 90’s and has spent the last two decades in various parts of North and South Asia. Having completed her formal education as a textile designer specializing in print, she chose to pursue an immersive education in the traditional art form of Nihonga in Japan, where she spent 5 years studying under Ohta-sensei of the Kyoshin-Do school.
Born in Munich, Germany, Tania Welz has lived and worked in Rome for over 20 years. Welz started her career as a TV producer for VIVA TV in Germany, later becoming Promo Production Producer for the Italian offices of Orbit Communications Network, Sky, Universal and the National Geographic Channel. Concurrently she pursued her artistic research, experimenting with a multitude of different materials and textiles, transforming them into large abstract wall hangings.