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Sculptures by Francesco Albano

Francesco Albano was born in Oppido Mamertina, Italy on November 19, 1976.  He lives and works in Istanbul and graduated from the sculpture department of Accademia di Belle Arti di Carrara in 2000. In 2005 he won the National Prize of Arts-MIUR for sculpture. In 2008 he had his first solo exhibition “Everyday Bestiary” curated by Flavio Arensi and Stefano Castelli at the Castle of San Giorgio di Legnano(MI). Dovevaccadere-SALe (space art legnano). The same year, Turkish director Cansin Sağesen made a short movie inspired by his works. In September 2009, he had his second solo exhibition “Five Easy Pieces” at Ex- Marmi Gallery in Pietrasanta. In June 2011 he had two sculptures in in the 54th International Art Exhibition in Venice Biennale at the Arsenale in the exhibition”Lo Stato dell’ Arte”. In December 2011 his sculptures series P.I.E.T.A.S. were exhibited at the gallery Studio 9 in Istanbul.

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hannibook:

Announcing [BANQUET], a Hannibal Artbook KICKSTARTER

WELCOME, ONE AND ALL, to the long awaited fan book “BANQUET”. A fan book in tribute to the popular show HANNIBAL. 14 artists come together with illustrations, comics and more, to create a shockingly wonderful and tasteful work of art.

The featured artists of Banquet:
Baru | Blue | Coey | Dee | Fey | Lohkay | Mel | Reaper 
Arythusa | Sairobee | Sashkash | Sol | Tumbles | Zenyr

Pledge Rewards:

$5 - 1 postcard, randomly selected, sent as thank you
$10 - All 4 buttons; OR all 3 postcards; OR digital copy of the book
$15 - All buttons and post cards!
$20 - Digital copy of book plus ALL extras; OR physical copy of the book
$30 - Physical copy of the book, plus ALL the extras!

More rewards listed on our KICKSTARTER!  

*We are also accepting submissions for guest artists, more info HERE*

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     No one before Bernini had managed to make marble so carnal. In his nimble hands it would flatter and stream, quiver and sweat. His figures weep and shout, their torses twist and run, and arch themselves in spasms of intense sensation. He could, like an alchemist, change one material into another - marble into trees, leaves, hair, and, of course, flesh.  

     Simon Schama’s Power of Art: Bernini