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Paolo Canevari

1963
Rome, Italy

33 Works exhibited on Kooness

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ThANKS

2009

45 x 34cm

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Constellation

2018

102 x 102.5cm

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The Cake

2002

100 x 130cm

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Totem

1990

25 x 185cm

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Materia Oscura

1990

400 x 400 x 150cm

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J.M.B.

2007

75 x 310cm

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Landscape III

2005

64 x 44cm

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Serpente

1996

20 x 450cm

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Paesaggio IX

2020

155 x 210cm

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Paesaggio VIII

2020

157 x 209cm

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K.K.K.

1998

20 x 90cm

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Angel

1998

70 x 70 x 20cm

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Paesaggio VII

2020

47.3 x 57.3cm

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Paesaggio VI

2019

37 x 45cm

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Paesaggio V

2020

52 x 85cm

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Paesaggio IV

2020

155 x 210cm

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Paesaggio III

2020

155 x 210cm

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Paesaggio II

2020

155 x 210cm

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Paesaggio I

2020

155 x 210cm

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Paesaggio

2020

155 x 210cm

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Olympic Circles

2000

100 x 150cm

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Landscape II

2005

44 x 64cm

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Landscape I

2005

17 x 93cm

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Blackstone

2004

104 x 104cm

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Godyear

2006

16 x 76cm

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Continents

2002

29 x 92cm

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Beata Vergine

2009

200 x 270cm

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Landscape

2005

44 x 64cm

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Lupa

2009

120 x 120cm

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Piovra

2009

120 x 120cm

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Monolith (Colonna)

2005

212 x 103 x 43cm

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Sfera

2009

100 x 100cm

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Autoritratto, Self-portrait

1998

13 x 68cm

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Paolo Canevari was born in Rome in 1963, a third-generation artist in his family. Since his first solo show in 1991, in which he started using car tubes and tyres, Canevari has developed a personal language aimed at revisiting the everyday and the most intimate aspects of memory. Over the years, and through the employment of a variety of media and techniques, from animation to large-format drawings, videos and installations, his projects have taken on a strong conceptual connotation. Focusing on the use of symbols, icons and images that are part of the collective memory, his works often invite viewers into a direct confrontation.

The artist was invited to partake in several biennials globally, including Liverpool Biennial 2004; the Whitney Biennale (2006), the 52nd International Exhibition at the Venice Biennale (2007). Widely exhibited at prominent institutions around the world, Canevari’s works have appeared at (amongst others) the National Gallery and MACRO, Rome; MART, Rovereto; Museion, Bozen; The Drawing Center, PS1 Contemporary Art Center and MoMA, New York; IMMA, Dublin; KW, Berlin; Parkview Green Contemporary Art Museum, Beijing. Pieces by Canevari are included in prestigious international museum collections such as MoMA, New York, the Fondation Louis Vuitton pour la Creation, Paris, Rome’s MACRO and MART, Rovereto.