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ICI at NADA Miami Beach 2016

TONY MATELLI Head 2016 Concrete, Painted Bronze Edition of 10 7 by 8 by 7 in. (17.8 x 20.3 x 17.8 cm.) Courtesy of the artist and Marlborough Gallery, New York.
Booth 4.01 NADA Miami Beach The Deauville Beach Resort 6701 Collins Ave Miami, FL 33141
For more information contact Francisco at francisco@curatorsintl.org, or 212.254.8200 x125. From December 1-4, ICI will be at NADA Miami Beach, which will be held this year at the Deauville Beach Resort. At the fair, we will launch our 2016 limited edition created for us by Tony Matelli. Tony Matelli’s practice probes the nature of expectation through the power of visual experience. Known for his hyperrealist sculptures, Matelli’s work and hyperrealistic sculptures are shaped by internal desires and external forces. Developed out of his recent Garden series and related to his project for ICI’s 2016 Leo Award, Matelli’s limited edition for ICI features an aged outdoor statue, crowned by a triad of perfectly ripe strawberries. Nothing is quite what it seems in this pairing, where the head is made of high-production, aged cast concrete and the fruit is meticulously painted cast bronze. Through this juxtaposition, Matelli offers mortality manufactured out of a keen mastery of materials. The combined effect is one of the simultaneous arrest and acceleration of time, a weathered memento mori for the modern era. Tony Matelli lives and works in New York, NY. He graduated with a BFA from the Milawaukee Institute of Art & Design, WI and an MFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art, MI. Recent group shows include Wanderlust on The High Line, New York; Summer School at the Flag Art Foundation, New York; and Realisms at The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. He has had international solo shows at institutions such as Bergen Kunstmuseum, Bergen, Norway; Palais de Toyko, Paris; and White Flag Projects, Saint Louis, Missouri. In conjunction with NADA Miami Beach, Matelli will be participating in exhibitions at The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, and Bill Brady Gallery, Miami Beach. He will also have a solo project on view at the The Aldrich Contemporary Museum, Ridgefield, CT opening in May 2017. He is represented by Marlborough Gallery, New York; and The Green Gallery, Milwaukee. In addition to launching this new edition with Tony Matelli, we’ll also be bringing along some favorites by Hilla and Bernd Becher, Jacob Kassay, Robert Rauschenberg and Jessica Stockholder.
Photo credit: Tony Matelli Studio, New York. Hilla and Bernd Becher Pipe Detail: Coal Mine, 1990-91 Duotone offset lithograph 30 3/8 x 22 7/8 inches Edition of 75 Jacob Kassay Untitled 4, 2011 Silkscreen on archival newsprint 24 5/16 x 27 inches, each Suite of 12, Edition of 5 Robert Rauschenberg Untitled, Ft. Myers, 1979/91 Silver gelatin print 11 x 14 inches Edition of 75 Jessica Stockholder Two and Fro, 2015 Metal, car side-view mirrors, industrial color paint 10 3/4 x 18 inches, approximately Edition of 20

December 1, 2016- - December 4, 2016 @ Booth 4.01 NADA Miami Beach

Booth 4.01 NADA Miami Beach The Deauville Beach Resort 6701 Collins Ave Miami, FL 33141


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2016 Leo Award created by Tony Matelli

This year’s Leo Award was created by New York-based artist, Tony Matelli. The award will be presented to this year’s honoree, Marian Goodman, during ICI’s Annual Benefit and Auction on October 26, 2016.

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