Munich, Germany, April 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The famous Italian artist Rabarama shows her artworks for the first time in Germany at Galerie Hegemann, Munich until the 16th of May.
The opening day has attracted numerous collectors and art lovers from Munich and Bavaria, curious to see the artworks and to meet the Artist, the event was true success as Dr. Holger Hegemann states: “I am very proud that the expressive sculptures and pictures of the great artist RABARAMA are presented in my gallery the first time at all in Germany.“
The centrality of Rabarama's work in the contemporary scene, also affirmed by her participation in the 54th Venice Biennale, comes from her focus on our "body" and its (and ours) relationship with the changes associated with the technology, with the new awareness arising from neuroscience, physics and cognitive science, with the possible and future genetic mutations. Such attention to the present and the near future does not forget the deep past of the human species, mixing post-modern themes with the oldest anthropological and esoteric symbolism - in their valence of deep psychic roots that vibrate under the weight of the fast current mutations: in this dynamic originates the emotional transport that comes in front of one of her enigmatic works. Sculptures, paintings and multimedia installations that stare enigmatically at the observer or at the urban environment, installing doubts about human identity, tickling the deep psyche with universal symbols and caressing the aesthetic sensibility with harmonious shapes and colors.
Rabarama declared during the opening day that: “I am so glad to be present in Germany too: this is also a way to meet the collectors that already followed my career and the new ones that are curious about my art. I am sure that my creatures with their colours and charming bodies could find here new and great homes, giving new strength to the cultural ties between Italy and Bavaria.”
Rabarama was born in Rome in 1969, she graduated with honors at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice (1991).
Her production includes sculptures in marble (even monumental) and alabaster, clay, painted bronze, glass and oil painting, resin inclusions, artistic gold jewels, rubber monotypes, graphic works and multimedia.
She participated in the 54th Venice Biennale with her monumental marble “Abbandono” and other monumental works were acquired by museums in Athens, Beijing as well as by municipalities (Beijing, Shanghai, Reggio Calabria).