Fabian Marcaccio
 
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  • Fabian Marcaccio, Parche de Henequén, 1990-91  News Variant Structural Canvas, 2011, wood, rope, alkyd paint, silicone, 235 x 90 x 150 cm  80 x 24 x 48 in Hitman, 2012, hand woven manilla rope, climbing rope, alkyd paint, silicone, wood 43 x 38 x 7,5 cm, 17 x 15 x 3 in Corpse: Panel Paintant, 2011, pigmented ink, water based paint on canvas, 157,5 x 132 x 5 cm, 62 x 52 x 2 in  This Just Out Paintant, 2009, pigmented ink on canvas, aluminium, alkyd paint and silicone, 178 x 61 x 104 cm, 70 x 24 x 41 in This Just In Paintant, 2009, pigmented ink on canvas, aluminium, alkyd paint, and silicone, 193 x 84 x 71 cm, 76 x 33 x 28 in  In Vitro Transfer (the new origin of the World), 2012, hand woven manilla rope, climbing rope, alkyd paint, silicone, wood, 188 x 155 x 13 cm, 74 x 61 x 5 in31m 30m 29m Drone, I Pad digital drawing printed, 28,5 x 33,5 cm, 11 x 13 in   Fortune 500, I Pad digital drawing printed, 28,5 x 33,5 cm, 11 x 13 in Fortune 500, I Pad digital drawing printed, 28,5 x 33,5 cm, 11 x 13 in I Limo Pad, I Pad digital drawing printed, 28,5 x 33,5 cm, 11 x 13 in

  • Fabian Marcaccio was born in 1963 in Rosario, Argentina where he attended the University of Philosophy.  At age 22, he moved to New York City, where he continues to live and work.  He has exhibited widely throughout the United States, Europe and South America.  In 2004,Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein organized a retrospective of his work, the same year that a solo exhibition was mounted at the Miami Art Museum.  He regularly exhibits with galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Paris, Cologne and Barcelona.  He has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including; the 44th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC in 1995, Summer Projects at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York in 2002, and Documenta 11, Kassel, Germany in 2002.  His multidisciplinary collaborations include projects with the architect Greg Lynn that resulted in an exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio in 2001 and projects with composer Claudio Baroni creating animated operas and a 2005 scored, paintball performance at Weston Hall in Toronto, Canada.

    Fabian Marcaccio’s work investigates whether the traditional medium of painting can survive in the digital age. He has used printmaking transfer techniques to make paintings and became well know in the 1990s for his manipulations of the conventions of painting.  More recently, he has relied upon digital and industrial techniques to infuse his painting process with spatial and temporal concerns.  The results are environmental paintings, animations, and “Paintants” that combine digitally manipulated imagery, sculptural form, and three dimensionally painted surfaces.

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