Month: April 2023
Spring Show 2023
Join us on Saturday April 22 from 4 to 6 P.M. for our Spring Show 2023!
As the Spring semester comes to an end, our space Il Punto/The Point will host an EXHIBITION featuring works by Siena School for Liberal Arts and Siena Art Institute students from USA, Iran, Lebanon and Greece.
Attendees will have the opportunity to take part in the OPEN STUDIO hosted by resident artist Farsad Labbauf!
You can reach us from Via E. S. Piccolomini 2 (by car) or from the San Niccolò University complex (on foot), following the signs pointing at “Il Punto/The Point”.
Partecipa allo Spring Show 2023 di Siena Art Institute e Siena School for Liberal Arts sabato 22 Aprile dalle 16 alle 18!
Il semestre primaverile del 2023 si avvicina alla fine: per il nostro spazio “Il Punto/The Point” è il momento per ospitare la MOSTRA delle opere degli studenti e dei giovani artisti provenienti da USA, Iran, Libano, Grecia!
I partecipanti avranno l’opportunità di prendere parte all’OPEN STUDIO dell’artista in residenza al Siena Art Institute Farsad Labbauf!
Come raggiungerci: in macchina da Via E. S. Piccolomini 2 o a piedi dal Complesso Universitario San Niccolò, seguendo i cartelli per “Il Punto/The Point”.
Farsad Labbauf Resident Artist’s talk Apr 18
Join us on Tuesday, April 18th at 6 pm for an artist’s talk with Farsad Labbauf at the Siena Art Institute. The event will be held in person at the Siena Art Institute as well as live-streaming online through the Siena Art Institute’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. (6pm Italy, noon NYC)
Farsad Labbauf is an Iranian visual artist living and working in the New York area. Best known for his linear figurative paintings, he immigrated to the United States at the age of thirteen. After enrolling in Rhode Island School of Design in 1982, Labbauf received his Bachelor of Fine Arts, followed by a second degree in Industrial Design. His work is inspired in part by theories in quantum physics as well as Monistic belief systems. Subjects of his recent paintings include icons of global pop culture, war, and depictions of the self.
His paintings have been featured in more than sixty group shows across the globe, including Saatchi Gallery in London and Ex Aurum Museum in Pescara, Italy, in addition to solo exhibitions in New York, Boston, Amsterdam, Tehran, and Esfahan Museum of Contemporary Art. His work is currently represented by Etemad Gallery in Iran as well as & Roya Khadjavi Projects in New York.
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