Aug. 8 + Sept.7 + Oct. 11, 2019

Heart for Art Institute, Austell Pl., New York, NY, USA

 

Onsite installation: "Urban emotion representation"

For this exhibition, I show two site-specific installations called Urban Emotion Representation. 


Compounded of recycled tubes used to protect things while stocked or transported, each assemblage creates by itself concepts
of the urban experience.

Both works bring to the public the possibility of reflections about society’s standards, technological bullying, social tensions, fleeting relationships, new notions of time and virtual experiences.

Mixing the boundaries of consciousness and unconsciousness, experience and perception, signs and signifiers, my work synthesizes the subjectivity related to urbanity, reminding us how rigid and complex are the relationships, boundaries, and patterns of our existence and how malleable and delicate they are.

The first one features black-painted tubes, a metaphor of the city's nightlife. They are aligned in a vertical orientation but have different sizes and high, creating an organized chaos in which a group walks towards the same direction even though each individual is different.

The other site-specific has painted in its natural color/skin surface the spatial representation of emotions, which is tied up by threads. The basis-aligned assemblage creates a skyline perception that talks to the rooftop view and represents the big cities life’s experience itself.

Since June 2019

Van de Goudenberg gallery, Basel, NY, Switzerland

Group show "Geographic abstraction"

Based in Switzerland – Van De Goudenberg art gallery offers a unique selection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography in a range of prices, and it provides artists from around the world with an expertly curated environment in which to exhibit and sell their work. 

Upcoming: solo show in October/November in Zurich.

May 2-5, 2019

The Other Art Fair Brooklyn, New York, NY, USA

Saatchi Art fair

The Other Art Fair Brooklyn runs biannually in Spring and Fall in the creative heart of New York at Brooklyn Expo Center. The Fair returns for the next spectacular edition on Thursday, May 2nd - Sunday, May 5th, 2019.  

 

Presented by Saatchi Art, I am one of the selected 113 talented independent and emerging artists.

Stop by at Booth 52.

March 4-10, 2019

The Vanderbilt Republic, the Bellewether space, New York, NY, USA

Collective show: "Flow"

In celebration of the landmark first staging of a vital economic forum, Circular City Week New York × The Vanderbilt Republic are pleased to unveil an immersive installation experience centered on the theme of Flow. 

Flow is comprised of multiple immersive art installations and performances created in partnership with Circular City Week New York. Work from artist like Philippe Halaburda completely transformed the raw space and led to an exciting evening of art.

Circular City Week (“CCW”) wants to give everyone a platform for knowledge and resource sharing, no matter whether you approach circularity from a design perspective, an environmental awareness standpoint, as a means to rethinking consumerism, or as an opportunity to generate new value and revenue.

For Halaburda, the circular economy is a global paradigm shift with the potential to transform industry and redesign urban living. The transformative potential of circularity is not specific to a single sector but can be linked to everything from digitization and the sharing economy, to the food industry and the built environment.