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Hide and Seek XXIII


Single piece Titled


80 x 60 cm
31.50 x 24 in







1971 Reykjavík, Iceland

Berglind Svavarsdóttir, was born in Reykjavík, Iceland, where she graduated at The Icelandic University of the Arts in Reykjavík. Later she moved to Milan where, in 2004, she got the Painting Degree at the Fine Arts Academy of Brera and in 2009 she specializes in Visual Arts within the same istitution.  

Her paintings are the result of the observation of nature and undergrowth - borderland claimed both by insects and plant life - and animal kingdom.   In her works two microcosms have merged: the real world and the fairy one, so the border between what we believe is possible and reasonable and what we consider unusual, ambiguous, fantastic, dreamlike fades.  Plants and animals come into domestic sphere restoring the space which more and more often has been misappropriated by the human intrusion.    

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Milan, Via Solferino, 44

Galleria Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea was opened in Milan in 1998, concentrating on a selection of Italian artists having particular affinities with the tastes of its founder, Antonio Colombo. The exhibitions, in the early years, were mostly focused on young Italian talents. Some extemporaneous events had involved foreign artists and paintings. A...

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Portrait Series 14


50 x 60 x 3 cm

750,00 €

Hide and Seek XXXIII


80 x 60 cm

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