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Michele Gabriele, If It Does not Kill You It Makes You Stronger / Too Old to Be Readable but too Important to Have Been Thrown Away, 2020 (Watercolour on paper, plastic, plaster, plexiglass, 35 x 30 x 14 cm).
Ode-to-the-Shitty-Press-Picture-1.jpg
Michele Gabriele, If It Does not Kill You It Makes You Stronger / Too Old to Be Readable but too Important to Have Been Thrown Away, 2020 (Watercolour on paper, plastic, plaster, plexiglass, 35 x 30 x 14 cm).

Michele Gabriele

  • Michele Gabriele (b. 1983) is an Italian artist living and working in Milan, Italy. His hyper realistic sculptures deal irreverently and personally with poignant questions of the contemporary post digital world, paradoxically disappointing its viewers and dealing uniquely with materials and representation in a style that he defines as post digital hyper-materialism. He had solo exhibitions at Edoardo Secci Contemporary (Florence, 2019), Gossamer Fog (London, 2019), Whitenoise Gallery (Rome, 2018) and Kunstihoone Art All (Tallinn, 2015) and he has also been included in group shows at A.D.Gallery (New York, 2020), 16eme Biennale d’Art Contemporain Alios (La Teste de Buch, 2019), Et.Al Gallery (San Francisco, 2018), OJ Art Space (Istanbul, 2017), Bregenz Biennale (Bregenz, 2016), 9th Berlin Biennale (Berlin, 2016), ViaFariniDOCVA (Milan, 2014), Fondazione MACC, Contemporary art Museum (Calasetta, 2013) and Room Gallery (Milan, 2010) among others. Gabriele’s work has been reviewed by magazines such as CURA, Exibart, Vogue, Curating The Contemporary, NERO, Moscow Art, i-D, Artribune and That’s Contemporary.

  • Exhibitions

    Ode to the Shitty Situations and Tragicomic Events in an Artist's Life
    Oct 29 — Dec 6, 2020

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