MATtam 16

Manto Arte Temporanea | Temporary Art Manto
short exhibitions in found spaces

Palazzo Costa Vivaldini Carra | Via Grioli 46 | Mantova

Linda Schrank

Saturday September 21 2013
only between 5:00 and 7:00 PM

Linda Schrank is exhibiting six archival pigment prints, each 15 3/8" x 39" from The Barone Rampante Series. Each print was created from parts of images from her paintings that she collapsed, expanded, reworked, and redrew on the computer until she arrived at an image that Calvino's hero, Cosimo Piovasco di Rondo might have seen from his tree.

Linda Schrank lives and works in New York City and in Lucignano (AR), Italy. Represented by Stephen Rosenberg Fine Art, NYC and Galleria Peccolo, Livorno, Italy. She has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions in the USA and Europe. Her work in included in the collections of the Boston Public Library; Harvard University; Library of Congress; Lyrik Kabinett, Munich; Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Museum of Ceramics, Torgiano, Italy; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Italy; Princeton University; Rochester Institute of Technology; Rose Art Museum; Scripps College; The Corcoran Museum of Art; The International Museum of the Woman in Art, Abruzzo, Italy; The Morgan Library and Museum; The New York Public Library; University of Houston; University of Iowa.

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