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[VIDEO] Céleste Boursier-Mougenot: Presences. Galerie Mario Mazzoli / Interview

by Vernissage TV
This is an interview with French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot on the occasion of his exhibition at Galerie Mario Mazzoli in Berlin, Germany. Céleste Boursier-Mougenot is a French artist and composer who creates acoustic installations. The exhibition Presences introduces the author’s innovative works relating to sound and object. Mark Gisbourne, the curator of the show, put together the exhibition from a variety of installations, oder and newer work. The centerpiece of the exhibition is... [more]
Posted by Vernissage TV on 9/12/13

Watchlist Artist: Guido Canziani Jona

Galerie Mario Mazzoli is delighted to present the first solo exhibition of Guido Canziani Jona in Berlin titled The main focus in the work of Canziani Jona is the merging of sound, painting and video into one central work, with the idea of vitalizing the static one of his main concerns. For this, Canziani Jona finds an artistic form of expression in the invariably stronger interconnection of video, painting and sound. The process of fusion is not concealed with Canziani Jona. Quite the... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 3/23/13

Art as Pure Game: Play it Seriously

by Mara Goldwyn
Truth is, lately, art gets me down. Or at least what it feels like it’s become in Berlin. Admittedly, I’m not a player. My email address might ring a bell for some art PR people or gallerists around town, but we don’t actually know each other. I’ve also got some artist acquaintances—in addition to being one myself in quiet desperation—but  none of them are “full disclosure: my dearest, closest friend.” I shy away from openings and find myself privately snorting at snarky “art actions” that... [more]
Posted by Mara Goldwyn on 9/24/11


        The exhibition “Decay” at Galerie Mario Mazzoli presents works by four artists from the USA, Switzerland and Greece, all newly based in Berlin, who deal in different ways with concepts of temporality and transience. The word “decay” refers to the context of biological decomposition in the sense of “decaying”, “spoiling”, “rotting” or “wilting”. It is also a term that is used in an audio context to describe the attenuation, decay or fading away of a sound (as, for example, in the... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 1/18/11