MK Search Art

Venue  |  Exhibitions
Concrete burden 4, 2013 Found Tree Branch, Cement 300x25x10 Cms
I passi, 2012 Lambda Print 120x210 Cms
Beginning, 2012 Archival Print On Photo Rag Paper And Single Channel Video Projection 90x150 Cms
Untitled, 2013 Digital Image
Tecnica # 1: ciniglia, 2012 Tessuto Di Cotone 90x90 Cms
Altering Boon, 2011 Glass Beads, Wire And Wood 350x90 Cms © artist and MKSA
Auspiciously Red, 2013 Wool, Brass, Metal Variable
The Beginning, 2012 Archival Print Of Photo Rag Paper And Sound Installation 97.5x150 Cms
Absence Presence, 2011 Metel Birds, Digital Print On Dbond Variable
Il Cangiante (omaggio a Corrado Levi), ongoing Silk Flowers, Found Object (Vase) Variable © Courtesy Lucie Fontaine, Fruit and Flower Deli, Stockholm, Galeria Sabot (RO), Cluj-Napoca, Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, MK Search Art, San Giovanni Valdarno (IT)
Orbis Unum, 2012 Wood , Fabric, Leather, Metal 300x600x30 Cms
Paesaggio I, 2012 Lambda Print 67 X 100 Cms
between known and unknown, 2011 Ghungroos (Ankle Bells), Fabric, Thread, Wood And Metal 115x45x45 Cms
Auspiciously Red, 2013 Wool, Brass, Metal 300x100 Cms
Tecnica # 1: ciniglia, 2012 Tessuto Di Cotone 90x90 Cms
Revelation of the new time : second birth, 2013 Graphite , Pencil , Archival Ink , Archival Print , Acrylic On Plexiglass And Paper 125x175 Cmc
Paesaggio II, 2012 Lambda Print 67 X 100 Cms
Auspiciously Red, 2013 Wool, Brass, Metal Variable
Sciocca, 2012 Ceramica
Untitled (from the series concrete burden), 2013 Print On Cement 50x50 Cms
MK Search Art
corso Italia 14
52027 San Giovanni Valdarno
Venue Type: Gallery

Corso Italia 14, 52027
San Giovanni Valdarno Italy
+39 02 87234577

B-5 Anupam Plaza Sri
Aurobindo Marg Hauz Khas
New Delhi 110016

MK Search Art (MKSA) was founded by Roney Simon and Luciano Donatini in 2010 with the production of “Crossroads: India Escalate” the Indian section at the fifth edition of the Prague Biennale (2011). Including 23 artists, the exhibition stands among the most incisive representations of the contemporary scene in India within the context of an art biennial. MKSA’s project in Prague generated conferences and other moments of dialogue, which aims to promote debates and a deeper understanding of contemporary Indian art. Through this scope Prague represents the first example of a series of encounters that MKSA proposes also on an institutional level in India and Italy, an attempt to stimulate, through rediscovery, a cultural debate between Europe and India with the idea of extending it to emerging realities. In 2011 MKSA collaborated with MAXXI in Rome, where they organized Golden Quadrilateral, a performance by Monali Meher as part of the traveling exhibition “Indian Highway” and within the “India Day” a day of meetings with international guests and dedicated to the cultural relationship between Europe and India and its different declinations – art, cinema, poetry, literature and philosophy. In 2012 MKSA is moving on two channels: the first, continuing the series of cultural projects non-for-profit, such as the artists residency in collaboration with Casa Masaccio in San Giovanni Valdarno (Italy) curated by Veeranganakumari Solanki and the second such as MKSA Gallery, focused on the representation and promotion of emerging artists within the international context. In 2013 MKSA – which today has an exhibition venue in San Giovanni Valdarno and an upcoming venue in New Delhi – to make a debut at the Indian Art Fair (IAF) with a project including artworks by represented artists Remen Chopra, Vibha Galhotra and Monali Meher, as well as contributions by Mauro Bonacina, Aline Cautis, Lucie Fontaine, Sonia Jose and Alice Tomaselli.

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