Oreithyia

By Matteo Mauro | Exclusively authorized prints


Oreithyia

By Matteo Mauro | Exclusively authorized prints


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Floating Frame | Canvas
Floating Frame | Acrylic
Acrylic Glass
Passe-Partout
S 12 x 18 in 12 x 18 in
M 18 x 26 in 18 x 26 in
L 30 x 40 in 30 x 40 in
Giant 36 x 48 in 36 x 48 in
Collector 40 x 60 in 40 x 60 in
Gallery 48 x 76 in 48 x 76 in
Museum 70 x 114 in 70 x 114 in

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Matteo Mauro observes and explores the world with the eyes of an artist, seeking new, fresh solutions, as well as the old, in this infinite mediation between reality and dreams, which we call art. His drawing and creative techniques mix analogical and digital tools to generate artworks of a distinctly contemporary sensibility, which the critique has defined as hyper-contemporary. Leading the Matteo Mauro Studio, he creates a various array of artworks, including sculptures, paintings, video art, installations, and augmented realities. Born in Sicily in 1992 and since then has lived, traveled, and been creative around many different countries. He spent a decade in London, where he still resides and where he first established his art practice. Worked and studied with influential designers, such as Ron Arad and Isaie Bloch. He taught Digital Communication at London Universities such as LSBU and UCL. Matteo Mauro’s inscription paintings have won many awards around the world for their unpreceded technology. His works have been exhibited in various museums and galleries, such as the Royal Academy of Arts, the Marte Museum, Museo della Fabbrica, Le Salon des Indépendants at Grand Palais Paris, Dubai Ing-Creatives, Songyang Museum Contemporary Art, Fondazione Museo Crocetti. He has future exhibitions scheduled at Datong Art Museum and MACAM Modern and Contemporary Art Museum. Author of the worldwide distributed book, Micromegalic Inscriptions published by Le Penseur. Winner of Master of Art 2018, European Excellence of Arts, and International Van Gogh Prize, awarded by Roy Dalí, son of Salvador Dalí.