Brand New Expressions in Painting at Brand New Gallery Booth at Artissima
Brand New Gallery in Milan is more than just a gallery. It is also a cultural platform dedicated to the promotion of contemporary art and most importantly promotion of renowned contemporary artists whose work has never before been seen in Italy. The gallery was established by two art historians, Chiara Badinella and Fabrizio Affronti, and over the years it became one of the most important contemporary art venues in Milan, participating actively in many international art projects.
This year, Brand New Gallery is returning to Artissima Fair for their third time, presenting the works of five artists, all currently living and working in the United States. The artists are: Ry David Bradley, Ryan Conrad Sawyer, Egan Frantz, Letha Wilson, and Graham Wilson.
Brand New Gallery at Artissima Main Section
On view at Brand New Gallery booth in Artissima’s main section, there are some exceptional works of art. From Letha Wilson’s interesting sculptural paintings to new digital paintings by Ry David Bradley. A selection of Graham Wilson’s works, exhibited at Brand New Gallery recently in I Clocked Out When I Punched In solo show will also be on display. Visitors can also enjoy sculptures by Egan Frantz and paintings by Richmond-based artist Ryan Conrad Sawyer.
Widewalls senior editor Ana B.K. was interested to find out more about Brand New Gallery’s program at Artissima and shared a short talk with the gallery founder Chiara Badinella. Listen to this art talk and discover more about the programming aims of Brand New Gallery in Milan.
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Featured image: Chiara Badinella in front of Ry David Bradley’s WDYWTGT #3,2015 Photo credit: Angie Kordic