Less & More

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Less & More

55 Washington St. #802, DUMBO
New York, New York 11201
March 8th, 2012 - April 10th, 2012
Opening: March 8th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Illustration modern


We are pleased to announce the opening of “Less & More,” a solo exhibition by Marina Sagona covering three years of her recent work, to be held at Generation Gallery, March 8, 2012, at 6 p.m. The exhibition runs from March 8 through April 10, 2012, and comprises 50 works of gouaches on paper and canvas that depict love in its three most vivid phases: passion, loss, emancipation.

Marina Sagona’s career has been an ongoing translation of life into images. She is creating what can only be described as a never-ending visual diary in which every new project represents a chapter of her existence. In “Less & More,” the most recent and evocative chapter of this remarkable diary written in images.

Solo Exhibitions
2011 La donna al plurale. Tricromia, Roma
2009 Coincidenze, 41artecontemporanea, Torino
2008 At Home, Galleria Marte, Roma
2009 At Home, Non, La Libreria, Paris
2007 Punti Fermi, Galleria Le Nuvole, Palermo
2000 Call A Date, Swatch Space, NY
2001 I Live here, California College of A&C, San Francisco
1999 Marina Sagona, Teatro Valle, Roma
1995 Marina Sagona, Galleria Image, Palermo

Group Exhibitions
2011 Alla ricerca del Tempo Perduto, RvB Art, Roma
2009 Le parole per dirlo, Galleria Marte, Roma; Lungara, 18 Stanze Segrete, Roma
2002 America Illustration, Angel Oresanz Foundation, New York
2000 Videotrip 01, Teatro Vascello, Roma
1997 Hands off Cain, Caff Benetton, New York
1993 Amnesty International, Palazza delle Esposizioni, Roma

Marina Sagona’s illustrations have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and many others national and international publications. Her work has been featured in advertising campaigns for major clients such as American Airlines and Bulgari and has been utilized by prominent fashion designers for collections and single pieces. Her numerous exhibitions include shows in Italy, France, and America. Her work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, Print, and American Illustration and in 2007 she was selected to participate in the Bratislava Biennial of Illustration.