Marc Vinciguerra is a Parisian artist living in America. His latest monumental sculpture is currently on exhibit in Venice, Italy during the Biennale of Architecture alongside notable artists and architects such as Prizker Prize winner, Richard Meier who also designed the Getty Museum. Vinciguerra's installation in Venice has been described as ''extraordinary'' by Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, May/June issue. Winning the Alpine Fellowship Visual Prize in 2014, Vinciguerra has been invited each year often presenting on the subject of sculpture to fellow philosophers,writers and artists. Hosted by philosopher and BBC host (Why Beauty Matters) Sir Roger Scruton, the fellowship was created to reconnect the link between art and philosophy.
Vinciguerra has been invited to give lectures at several universities, the Foundation Cini in Venice and most recently invited to show his work by the European Cultural Center who has worked with several notable artists including Yoko Ono. Having written several articles on the future of art, his work solidly breaks the wall that separates traditional art and contemporary art. Vinciguerra then reunites them combining the skill of a renaissance artist and a 21st Century philosopher. With an exciting freshness, he transforms figurative art into conceptual installations. These contemporary figurative installations are perfectly placed alongside the Grand Canal in a Venetian Palazzo, fusing the past and the future. Through this fusion, Vinciguerra creates what he believes is the definition of art: form created by content.
Marc Vinciguerra’s work can be seen in many private collections in France, Morocco, Italy and across the United States.
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