Riccardo Matlakas Exhibition | The Peckham Pelican | ArtBaazar

Riccardo Matlakas Exhibition | The Peckham Pelican | ArtBaazar

January 08, 2019

Riccardo Matlakas is an interdisciplinary artist working with Painting, Performance art, Poetry, Installation, Visual Philosophy. He is best known as “Matlakas”. After his degree in Sculpture obtained at University of Fine Arts in Naples he moved to the United Kingdom, where he studied an MA in Social Sculpture at Oxford Brookes University.

Matlakas worked in several Biennales including Istanbul Biennale 2007, Moscow Biennale for Young Artists in 2010 and Gwangju Biennale in 2014, displaying his work extensively in Europe but also in Palestine, South Africa, South Korea, China, Myanmar, Japan, Armenia, and Iran.

 

Private Viewing - 7pm - 11pm Thursday, 10th January, 2019

Exhibition Dates:  3rd January, 2019 to 2nd February 2019

Venue: The Peckham Pelican, 92 Peckham Road, London

Google Maps -   https://tinyurl.com/y8e3ntf5

If you cannot make it to the show you can view Riccardo's work online at - The Online Art Gallery of Riccardo Matlakas




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