Galleria Alberta Pane
Calle dei Guardiani 2403H
30123 Venezia VE
For this solo show by renowned artist Esther Stocker, sculptures and paintings of different dimensions will create an immersive environment at the Aberta Pane gallery in Venice: black and white elements, lines and squares are the ingredients through which the artist will turn the gallery space into an enveloping, "anarchic" and perceptively stimulating environment.
Esther Stocker (IT, 1974)
Renowned worldwide for her paintings, sculptures and large-scale installations characterised by an abstract, geometric style and the use of a palette limited to black, white and grey, Esther Stocker focuses her research on vision and on the perception of space, through an existential and social approach. "In my paintings, sculptures and installations I try to describe the ambiguity and uncertainty of the system. I use the precision of a system to investigate the system itself. I try to release and abandon our ways of seeing and understanding that are associated with the recognition of forms and that distinguish us from each other, sometimes unconsciously."
Esther Stocker studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, the Brera Academy of Fine Arts (Milan) and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. She regularly exhibits in international museums, foundations and galleries. Her work has been shown in venues and events such as Changwon Sculpture Biennale (South Korea) Museum Haus Konstruktiv (Zurich), Museo Vasarely (Budapest), Museo Gegenstandsfreier Kunst (Otterndorf, Germany), LA BF15 (Lyon), Setouchi Triennale (Japan), Kunsthalle Bratislava, Italian Embassy in Vienna, MACRO (Rome), Museum Ritter (Waldenbuch, Germany), Georg Kolbe Museum (Berlin), Künstlerhaus Hannover, CCNOA - Center for Contemporary Non-Objective Art (Brussels), Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig (Vienna), Sharjah Art Museum (United Arab Emirates), to mention a few.
Recent collaborations with the world of design and fashion include those with Flora Miranda for Cyber Crack 202