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GIUSEPPE MULAS

ARTIST STATEMENT

Mulas' work has autobiographical traits and is inspired by everyday life. In particular from his recent experience earlier this year when he travelled for four months to the Amazon regions and shared his habits and experiences with members of an indigenous rainforest community for a month. Impressed by the indigenous people's use of discarded and recycled tyres to create everyday objects, upon his return to Italy, Mulas created The Vital Connection of a Creeper, a large sculpture made of recycled tyre rubber.

A contemporary version of the snake enveloping Laocoon, the sculpture is composed of scale-like rubber cuttings. Installed in Syracuse at the Antico Mercato di Ortigia, curated by Demetrio Paparoni, The Vital Connection of a Creeper also gave a twist to the artist's pictorial production, which in several cases replaced the canvas used as a support for his paintings with a weave made from recycled tyre scales.

BIO

Born in Alghero, IT (1995) Lives and works in Turin, IT.

Giuseppe Mulas was born in Alghero in 1995. After graduating from the Filippo Figari Institute of Art in Sassari, he moved to Turin where he completed his master's degree in painting at the Albertina Academy in 2019.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2023

S'avreschida de su sambene, Sas istellas de su coro, Mimmo Scognamiglio, Milan, IT

2022

All the stories of Your Night Curated by FedericaMaria Giallombardo, InArco Gallery Turin, IT

2020

Sleep well Childhood Curated by Eleonora Fascetta

PeolaSimondi Gallery, Turin, IT 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2023

Medea - collateral project with Sergio Fermairello, Ortigia old market curated by Demetrio Paparoni, Siracusa, IT 2022

Intesa San Paolo Private Banking, MiArt, Milan curated by

Luca Beatrice

2021

6 pittori, Museo Studio Felice Casorati, Pavarolo (TO),IT curated by Francesco Poli

2020

Artissima Unplugged, GAM - Galleria Civica di Arte

Moderna e Contemporanea, Turin,/T acurated by llaria Bonacossa


PUBLICATIONS

2022 222 emergent artist to invest in, Exibart


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