London based Italian artist Ludovica Gioscia's third solo show with the gallery. The exhibition presents a new body of work produced by the artist in the second half of 2022 during her pregnancy, a moment in the artist's life that has proved influential to her practice and philosophy.
Gioscia's work reads like a diary of layered experiences and relations, now among them the incredible journey the body undergoes whilst forming a new life. Continuously amazed at the wonders of the human body, the artist explores it's very inception and the organs involved through her distinctive artistic style and approach to materials, creating a fantastical portrayal of this moment in her life. Gioscia sees artworks as being alive, hence constantly evolving, and infused with a sort of animism. The show will further the artist's ongoing Portal and Giant Accessories series.
Ludovica Gioscia (b. 1977, Rome, IT) lives and works in London. She holds a BA(Hons) in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art, London, UK (200) and an MFA in Fine Art Media from The Slade School of Fine Art (2004). Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Fluor, Exibart, Exit Express, Flash Art International, Kunstforum, Etapes International, Elephant, The End and AN. Her work is included in ‘100 Sculptors of Tomorrow’, published by Thames and Hudson in 2019.
She has exhibited internationally at galleries and institutions including: Museo della Figurina, Fondazione Modena Art Visivie, Modena, IT; The Warhol Foundation, Pittsburgh, US; La Fabbrica del Cioccolato, Blenio, CH; Creative Centre Osaka, Osaka, JP; Palazzo da Mosto, Fondazione Palazzo Magnani, Reggio Emilia, IT; Fondazione MACC, Calasetta, IT; MACRO, Rome, IT; Palazzo Fiano, Rome, IT; La Centrale, Brussels, BE; FuturDome, Milan, IT; VITRINE, Basel, CH and London, UK; Baert Gallery, Los Angeles, US; Salon 94, The Flag Art Foundation, Allegra LaViola, NY, US; The Miro’ Foundation, Barcelona, ES; Jerwood Space, London, UK; South London Gallery, London, UK; MNAC, Bucharest, RO; Comfort Moderne, Poitiers, FR; Sotheby’s, London, UK; Kino International, Berlin, DE.
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