Public art commission completed in 2020 for an anonymous EU organization in The Hague, NL organized through the Rijksgebouwendienst (Dutch Royal Building Services). I made six artworks creating a connection through the building. One sculpture for the Atrium, one for the Stairwell, and four paintings for the basement conference rooms. Oversight and installation by Harold Schouten, Wiseguys Urban Art Projects. To see more information, please click below.
Thanks to Marco Rossi for providing me with a studio in Milan in 2019. It was a pleasure working in Milan. The studio had many skylights which made it a beautiful place to work in. When I needed a break I enjoyed walking around the neighborhood, often stopping for an espresso and brioche. There is something liberating in being a foreigner and not knowing anybody--and having no other responsibilities than to make artworks. The artworks made during this period were exhibited in the Verona gallery
Verona exhibition - 17 photos
Studio views - 71 photos
MARCOROSSI artecontemporanea provided me with a studio in Milan for about six months, spring to fall 2016, during which time I made these artworks for various exhibitions with the gallery (later in 2019 I would use the studio again). It was a wonderful place to work and I enjoyed walking around Milan to think. Below are links to photos from this period.
(this photo was taken just before clean-up, so there is still some working materials around, i.e, cups, brushes, plastic)
To view a series of photos click here.
I designed and constructed this 60-foot-tall artwork for the newly-built EU organization headquarters building at The Hague, Netherlands. To view a series of photos click here.