Rachael Anderson / Miyeon Yi

Milano - 12/05/2022 : 12/06/2022

Mostra doppia personale.


  • Luogo: ERA GALLERY
  • Indirizzo: Via Palermo n. 1-5 - Milano - Lombardia
  • Quando: dal 12/05/2022 - al 12/06/2022
  • Vernissage: 12/05/2022 ore 18
  • Autori: Rachael Anderson, Miyeon Yi
  • Generi: arte contemporanea, doppia personale
  • Orari: Tues - Fri: 10.30AM - 7 PM Sat: 2 PM - 7 PM

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Curated by Rachael Anderson
May 12 2022, 6PM - 9PM

ERA Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the first solo show in Europe by artist Rachael Anderson (1990, Columbus, Ohio) on May 12. The exhibition, curated by Racheal Anderson, will present a selection of works by the American artist, freshly graduated from the Yale School of Art, Painting and Printmaking (MFA).

"I grew up on a permaculture farm in central Ohio, where we use materials at hand and respect existing ecologies

The paintings, photographs, objects and films I make are meditations on the continuous interrelation of nonhuman living and material bodies. Contemporary culture too often promotes an indifference to these natural processes and relationships, rendering them as objects for our control. By contrast, I aim to acknowledge the subjectivity and sentience of these living beings. Observational painting allows my subjectivity to intersect with the being of the things I paint. Similarly, my photographs record inscriptions of living materials and recognize their complexity."

- Courtesy of the artist
With a text by Gabriel Almeida
May 12 2022, 6PM - 9PM

ERA Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the first solo show in Europe by artist Miyeon Yi on May 12. The exhibition will present a selection of works by Miyeon Yi (1995, Seoul, South Korea), is an artist living and working in London. She attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and is pursuing her master’s degree on painting at the Royal College of Art, London.

"Miyeon’s paintings bring new life to the figures of everyday life. They are like a clearing, a light-filled space, for enjoyment, delight and contemplation. In them, we see ourselves as we are, or perhaps better, replenished by the vital power of color and light. They are the gift of a “golden afternoon” for those of us seeking solace amid unrest and confusion. "

- Courtesy of Gabriel Almeida