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Andrea Galvani

Posted by Charlotte Simmonds,

Andrea Galvani is definitely taking his art seriously. His latest project blurs the boundary between art, science and extreme adventuring, with the award-winning artist and crew of 18 embarking on an Arctic voyage armed with a high-power torch and sound equipment. Earlier portfolio pieces include the instantly familiar balloon-decapitated horses and Magritte-esque trop-l’oeil. But the absurdist imagery isn’t simply a clever quip, for Galvani such work is inherently layered with commentary upon the nature of perception and reality. Deep.


Posted by Charlotte Simmonds

Californian Charlotte joined us as an editorial intern after studying at New York university and London Metropolitan University. She wrote for the site between January and March 2012.