David Scanavino’s interest in ubiquitous, yet often invisible, institutional environments and materials that subliminally shape our social understanding are often informed from his interest in exploring memory—his own as well as the larger culture. This excavatory work has influenced a wide range of pieces, including large institutional installations made from mass-produced floor tiles, hand-made paper pulp paintings and most recently a series of allegorical landscape paintings executed on calf hides.View CV
Catalogue printed on the occasion of David Scanavino’s solo show Nosedive at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
.cloud No. 13: David Scanavino
Edition No. 13 of KLAUSGALLERY.cloud takes a look into Scanavino’s studio outside of Providence, RI where he recently relocated after 20 years working in New York. The online presentation coincides with Klaus Gallery’s inclusion of new paintings by the artist at NADA Miami 2021 from December 1-4, and features works on paper made during the autumn of 2021.
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