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“It wasn’t the sun” @ Trama Gallery – Photo galleries

It wasn’t the sun, Marco Noris solo show at Trama Gallery

Entitled No era el sol [It wasn’t the sun], the exhibition showing a lot of Noris’ work developed around the disappearance in the mass graves, the cruelty of borders, the civil war, exile and uprooting, as well as environmental matters using metaphors for both our material and moral ruins, and readings at a more introspective level as a first and unavoidable step towards accepting denial and shadow to deal with the escalation in technology, excessive consumption and entertainment that blinds us all.”
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It wasn’t the sun, Marco Noris solo show at Trama Gallery

“Entitled No era el sol [It wasn’t the sun], the exhibition showing a lot of Noris’ work developed around the disappearance in the mass graves, the cruelty of borders, the civil war, exile and uprooting, as well as environmental matters using metaphors for both our material and moral ruins, and readings at a more introspective level as a first and unavoidable step towards accepting denial and shadow to deal with the escalation in technology, excessive consumption and entertainment that blinds us all.”
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“(Un)refuges” solo exhibition by Marco Noris at the Roman Temple of Vic

The series of paintings that Marco Noris is presenting at the Roman Temple is the first result of his work about exile and rootlessness; a journey between past and present, historical memory and contemporary migration policies.

From November 23, 2016 until January 1, 2017.
Opening: Friday, November 25 at 7pm
Temple Romà – Carrer Pare Xifré, Vic (Barcelona)

+ info: www.viccc2016.cat/novembre/inrefugis-de-marco-noris

(Thanks to Miquel Bardagil and Marta Huguet)

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Images from Paratext 7

Some pictures of my presentation at Hangar.org, on November 11th. It was a presentation of the creative process behind my project about exile and migrants. It was also an experiment, moving a hypertext system for organizing content into the real world; so I built in real time a work consisting of paintings, drawing, photographs, notes, letters, photocopies, objects, video and photographic animations.

All photos by Marzia Matarese.

Paratext 7

This name, Paratext, conceals a monthly programme of long and short presentations of the artists in residence in Hangar, as well as in international residences, always on Wednesdays from 7-9pm. Various artists will present specific projects or sections of their work in non-conventional formats. The sessions are open to the public to enable interaction with the artists themselves.

The next Paratext session will take place on Wednesday 11 November in Hangar (Emilia Coranty 16, 08018 Barcelona) in Sala Ricson at 7pm (map).

The artists that will be presenting their projects are Germán Portal Garbarino, Paulina Silva Hauyon and Marco Noris.

+info: https://hangar.org/es/news/paratext-no7-amb-german-portal-garbarino-paulina-silva-hauyon-marco-noris/

 

 

Finalist at VI Painting Prize Torres García – Mataró

Marco Noris with his  artwork Refugees IV has been selected as a finalist for the Torres Garcia Painting Prize 2015.
The winner will be anounced during the inauguracion, which takes place on the 11 June at 7pm at the Fundació lluro Anthenaeum, Carrer Riera 92, Mataro ( Barcelona ).
The exhibition will be open to the public until 28th July.

Mi obra ¿Qué hicieron de vos, hijo que no acabó de vivir? ¿acabó de morir? (Refugiados IV) está entre las finalistas del VI Premio de pintura Torres García 2015.

El día 11 de junio a las 19h, durante la inauguración, será proclamada/o la/el ganador/a y las/los galardonadas/os.

La exposición estará abierta hasta el 28 de julio al Ateneu de la Fundació Iluro, carrer La Riera 92, Mataró (Barcelona).

Del 11 de junio al 28 de julio.