Andrea Zucchini - Shaman
320 × 230mm
Digital Silver Gelatin Print
Edition of 10 + 2 AP
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Andrea Zucchini (b 1987 Brescia IT), lives and works in London UK. In his practice he explores the convergence of different fields of knowledge, juxtaposing the scientific to the mythological, the geologic to the cosmological. The research and objects deriving from this approach tend to concentrate on the exploration of the various cultural histories and natural properties underlying materials.
He graduated from the MA Sculpture course at the Royal College of Art, London UK in 2015, and received his BA in Fine Art and History of Art from Goldsmiths University of London UK in 2013.
Solo exhibitions include, Foresight by Earth, Tenderpixel, London UK (2016) and Alchemical Studies, Tenderpixel, London UK (2014). Recent selected group exhibitions are Some Astronomers Kept a Distance, with David Ferrando Giraut at Salon, Madrid ES (2016); Cosmic Morsel, F2 Gallery, Madrid ES (2016); Visual Cultures TEN, Goldsmiths University of London UK and The Showroom, London UK (2015); New Contemporaries, various locations across Nottingham and ICA London (2015); Pause Patina, Camden Arts Centre, London UK (2015); Small bird’s nest with blue eggs inside, MMX Gallery, London UK (2015); Thank you, Jupiter Woods, London UK (2014); biotic/abiotic, The Gallery Apart, Rome IT (2014); before breakfast we talked about the furthest possible point before it all disappeared, Tenderpixel, London UK (2014); A Sense of Things, Zabludowicz Collection, London UK (2014); Woon Art Prize, Gallery North, Newcastle UK (2013); Gold in the Crucible, Hoxton Arches Gallery, London UK (2012); trans:form, curated by Hanna Laura Kaljo, London UK (2012) and I Wish I Was a Circle, curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini, Alekano Club, London UK (2011). Upcoming exhibitions include solo show at Tenderpixel in June-July 2016, and duo show with Sam Smith at Assembly Point, London, autumn 2016. andreazucchini.co.uk