Works by Ricardo Baruzzi, Ryan Mrozowzski and Leonor Serrano Rivas expand the notion of line and its transformation across disciplines. Lines as thoughts. Movements, which extend beyond flatness and weave into our real time and space.
Riccardo Baruzzi (1976, IT) studied Painting at the Fine Arts Academy of Ravenna, IT. He recently won the Termoli Prize 2016. Among the artist’s solo shows: P420, Bologna, IT (2016); Spazio O’, Milan, IT (2014); Careof, Milan, IT (2012); he has also shown at MAMbo, Bologna, IT (2016); Neon Campobase, Bologna, IT (2011); Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool, UK (2011); Lucie Fontaine, Milan, IT; Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London, UK (2010). He lives and works in Bologna.
Ryan Mrozowski (1981, US) received his MFA from the Pratt Institute in 2005, and his BFA from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2003. Recent solo exhibitions include those at On Stellar Rays, New York (2016); Art in General, Vilnius, LT (2014). Recent group exhibitions include those at Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, SE (2016); Salon 94, New York, US (2015); Lucien Terras, New York, US (2015); Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, US (2015). He lives and works in New York.
Leonor Serrano Rivas (1986, SP) studied Architecture (2004-2012) and Fine Arts (2004-11) at the Universidad Europea de Madrid, SP. She received her MFA from Goldsmith’s University, London in 2015. She was recently awarded with ARCO 2016 Young Artist Award Solán de Cabras and New Contemporaries ICA London. Recent exhibitions include: Liverpool Biennale, UK (2016); Collection of Russian Museum St. Petersburg/Málaga, SP (2016); ICA London (2016); MUPAM, Malaga, SP (2016); (solo) Sala Santa Isabel, Seville, SP (2016); (solo) Marta Cervera, Madrid, SP (2016); Tiro al Blanco, Guadalajara, Mexico (2015); (solo) Espaidos, Terrassa, Barcelona, ES (2014); (performance) Serpentine Galleries (2014); CentroCentro, Madrid, SP (2014); La Casa Encendida, Madrid, SP (2014 /ES). She lives and works in London.