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Here we are again! Let’s go on then with our CuratorPills#37 section. Curating doesn’t mean to choose “nice things”; curating is a way to help reading a work of art, both aesthetically and in its poetics. A Curator is an interpreter, and here on Kooness our Collectors and Readers have many choices to pick a good art piece, by following their heart, mind and, maybe, some good pieces of advice and good investments for the future.

In our last newsletter, we announced a new section and here we are! Every week Rossella Farinotti, our Curator, will select 6 works from Kooness by choosing the Artists from different generations, mediums, countries and approaches towards Contemporary Art. Each week Farinotti will ask her Colleagues - Curators and Critics, Gallerists, Directors, Collectors and Artists - to pick artworks from our selection of Galleries. 

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Diana Krinninger, Coloured Party
Diana Krinninger ((Hauzenberg, Germany, 1975)employs compositional strategies related to landscape and still life painting to create abstract works that express an almost architectural sense of space. The brut, colorful forms that inhabit her paintings have an ambiguous presence, somewhere between an organic entity and an erasure, and often trick the eye into wondering about the nature of the visual space. It is unclear whether we are looking at geometries or geologies in these paintings. Should we be seeking connections with an abstract landscape, or simply admiring the formal and visceral qualities of her shapes, lines, colors, textures and forms? Whether abstract or figurative, her works express an experimental, emotive energy—evidence of the personal, intuitive approach she takes to painting. Based in Hauzenberg, Germany, Krinninger studied at the Art Academies of Salzburg and Kolbermoor. Her work has been included in solo and group exhibitions and art fairs throughout Germany and the UK.

View ArtistLoi Di Campi, 419 moduli oltre la superficie Loi Di Campi (Campi Salentina, Italy, 1948). Loi Di Campicreates works by overlapping and combining previously elaborated colored surfaces. Thus, a further poetic "game" of metamorphosis is born. Music is another discipline mastered by Loi Di Campi. In his case, it can certainly be said that painting cannot do without music. He has held solo and group exhibitions in multiple cities. In 2015, the illustrious art historian Prof. Carlo Franza organized Di Campi’s personal exhibition entitled "Novelle architectures" in the "Scenarios" Project at Plus Florence and a second entitled "Aisberg. Forms and geographies at Plus Berlin” in Berlin during the "European Roads" Project. In 2016, he took part again at Plus Berlin, and he won the Arts and Culture Award (Museum Award) in Milan at the Circolo della Stampa and the "Premium International Florence Seven Stars" in Florence. View Artist
Imi Knoebel, Kinderstern
Imi Knoebel (Dessau, German, 1940).

Imi Knoebelis a German artist, best known for his minimalist abstract painting and sculpture. The "Messerschnitt" or "knife cuts" are a recurring technique he employs, along with his regular use of the primary colors, red, yellow and blue. Knoebel lives and works in Düsseldorf.
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Yayoi Kusama, Mini Pumpkin (Red)
Yayoi Kusama (Matsumoto, Japan, 1929) is a Japanese contemporary artist who works primarily in sculpture and installation, but she is also active in painting, performance, film, fashion, poetry, fiction, and other arts. Her work is based on conceptual art and shows some attributes of feminism, minimalism, surrealism, Art Brut, pop art, and abstract expressionism. Having been acknowledged as one of the most important living artists to come out of Japan, her practice is infused with autobiographical, psychological, and sexual content.
View ArtistMauro Staccioli, Senza Titolo Mauro Staccioli (Volterra, Italy, 1937-2018). Staccioli dedicates himself entirely to sculpture, after having experimented with painting and engraving. For Mauro Staccioli, sculpture must be site-specific, it has to relate with the place in which it has been created. The space, therefore, has a fundamental importance. In 1972, the exhibition 'Sculptures in the City' in Volterra (Tuscany) marks a turning point, opening his work to urban spaces. After this experience, Mauro Staccioli had the opportunity to exhibit at various Biennali, in particular those of 1976 and 1978. For the latter, he created Muro: a concrete 8-meter-high wall covering the Italian pavilion. Mauro Staccioli prefers to use very simple materials such as concrete and iron and his artistic style is characterised by the use of essential geometric shapes.
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Ausstattung eines Stadthotels in Porto

2020 durfte ich das neu eröffnete Hotel Canto de Luz in Porto, Portugal mit meinen Bildern ausstatten.

2020 durfte ich das neu eröffnete Hotel Canto de Luz in Porto, Portugal mit meinen Bildern ausstatten.

2020 durfte ich das neu eröffnete Hotel Canto de Luz in Porto, Portugal mit meinen Bildern ausstatten.

2020 durfte ich das neu eröffnete Hotel Canto de Luz in Porto, Portugal mit meinen Bildern ausstatten.

2020 durfte ich das neu eröffnete Hotel Canto de Luz in Porto, Portugal mit meinen Bildern ausstatten.

2020 durfte ich das neu eröffnete Hotel Canto de Luz in Porto, Portugal mit meinen Bildern ausstatten.

Illustration der Genießerfibel

2019 und 2020 durfte ich die Broschüre "Genießerfibel" der Regiothek in Passau illustrieren. Dieses kleine Heftchen erscheint inzwischen mit einer Auflage von 200 000 Stück in ganz Bayern.

2019 und 2020 durfte ich die Broschüre "Genießerfibel" der Regiothek in Passau illustrieren. Dieses kleine Heftchen erscheint inzwischen mit einer Auflage von 200 000 Stück in ganz Bayern.

2019 und 2020 durfte ich die Broschüre "Genießerfibel" der Regiothek in Passau illustrieren. Dieses kleine Heftchen erscheint inzwischen mit einer Auflage von 200 000 Stück in ganz Bayern.

2019 und 2020 durfte ich die Broschüre "Genießerfibel" der Regiothek in Passau illustrieren. Dieses kleine Heftchen erscheint inzwischen mit einer Auflage von 200 000 Stück in ganz Bayern.

2019 und 2020 durfte ich die Broschüre "Genießerfibel" der Regiothek in Passau illustrieren. Dieses kleine Heftchen erscheint inzwischen mit einer Auflage von 200 000 Stück in ganz Bayern.

2019 und 2020 durfte ich die Broschüre "Genießerfibel" der Regiothek in Passau illustrieren. Dieses kleine Heftchen erscheint inzwischen mit einer Auflage von 200 000 Stück in ganz Bayern.

2019 und 2020 durfte ich die Broschüre "Genießerfibel" der Regiothek in Passau illustrieren. Dieses kleine Heftchen erscheint inzwischen mit einer Auflage von 200 000 Stück in ganz Bayern.