WEEKLY ART COLUMN
Chiara Dynys, is born in Mantua and works in Milan.
Ever since she started, in the early 1990s, her work has followed two main currents, both motivated by a single underlying outlook with regards to reality: to identify in the world as well as in every form, the presence and the meaning of an anomaly, of a variant, of a “threshold” which can allow the mind to travel from human reality to a quasi metaphysical scenario. In order to do this she uses seemingly eclectic materials, from light to glass, to mirrors, to ceramics, fusions, but also fabric, video and photography.
Chiara Dynys has had numerous solo as well as group exhibitions in many important museums and cultural spaces, both public and private, throughout Italy and worldwide.
Between her most important exhibitions, we can recall Musee d’ArtModerne, Saint’Etienne 1992; Galerie de France 2, Paris 1993; CIAC, Montrèal1997; Museum Bochum, Bochum 2003; Rotonda di Via Besana, Milan 2007;Museo Carlo Bilotti - Aranciera di Villa Borghese, Rome 2008; ZKM - Museumfur Neue Kunst, Karlsruhe 2009; Archivio Centrale dello Stato, Rome 2010; MuseoPoldi Pezzoli, Milan 2013; Arkhangelskoye - VII Moscow Biennale, Moscow2017; ICAE Armenia, Erevan 2018; Museo Correr during Biennale Arte 2019,Venice 2019; Mattatoio, Roma.