Ronchini Gallery is pleased to be participating in the fifth edition of Untitled Art Fair. Featured in the booth are works by Gianpietro Carlesso, Ziggy Grudzinskas, Paolo Serra, Rebecca Ward and Jens Wolf.
Lorenzo Ronchini aims to discover and rediscover exceptional artists through presenting curated exhibitions from the gallery’s stable of international artists and beyond. The gallery evolved from years of private collecting, which informs its current aesthetic, and offers a focused environment in which its artists can be viewed.
Gianpietro Carlesso was born in Bolzano, Italy in 1961 and lives and works in The Cormons, Italy. He was educated at the Trento State Art Institute and the Academy of Arts in Urbino.
Gianpietro Carlesso works are currently in important international public collections including: the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany; The Mannheim Kunsthalle, Mannheim, Germany; The Deutsche Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt; The Deutsche Post, Dortmund, Germany; The Museum of Modern Art in Bolzano, Italy; the City of Milan; and the City of Bolzano, Italy, as well as in various important private collections in Italy and abroad.
Ziggy Grudzinskas was born in Sydney, Australia, 1982 and lives and works in London, where he recently graduated from the Royal Academy School. Recent exhibitions include: Ziggy Grudzinskas: Cognitive Dissonance, Tristian Koenig, Victoria, Australia (2016); The Unreal Never Lied, NAMProject, Milano, Italy (2016), I Can because You Do, Ronchini Gallery, London (2015); Summer Degree Show, Royal Academy School, London (2015); What do YOU Represent?, The Nursery, London (2014); Wu-Tang Is For The Children, Londonewcastle Project Space, London (2014); Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London (2014); DUBL TRUBL, Urban Spree, Berlin (2014) and All That Matters Is What’s Left Behind, Ronchini Gallery, London (2014).
Paolo Serra was born in Morciano di Romagna, Italy in 1946. He lives and works in Castelleale di San Clemente, Italy.. His work has been extensively exhibited in Europe, and is in the permanent collections of: The Arts Council of Great Britain; The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; The Rembrandt Society; the National Bank of the Netherlands; UBS AG and Museum der Stadt Waiblingen. He has also contributed work to the English Pavilion of the 12th São Paulo Biennial, and had a monograph published by Gi Ori about his practice.
Rebecca Ward was born in Waco, TX, USA in 1984 and lives and works in New York. She received her BA in Fine Arts from University of Texas in 2006, and an MFA in Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts, New York in 2012. Museum solos include The Museum of Contemporary Art, Raleigh. Notable solo exhibitions include: Ronchini Gallery, London, UK (2013 & 2015), ExChiesetta, Polignano a Mare, Italy (2015); East Hampton Shed, East Hampton, NY (2013), and a two person show with Carla Accardi, Bibo's Place, Todi, Italy (2013). Ward has participated in numerous group exhibitions including: Maurizio Cattelan's The Virgins at Family Business, New York (2012), curated by Marilyn Minter; The Shaped Canvas, Revisited at Luxembourg & Dayan, New York (2014); Artificial Realities, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London (2015); Linear Abstraction at Savannah Collage of Art and Design, Savannah, GA (2015);Surface Tension and Space Between, FLAG Art Foundation, New York (both 2015); and Making & Unmaking at The Camden Arts Centre (2016). She is in the permanent collections of: The Hepworth Wakefield Museum, Yorkshire, UK; The Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia; The Rachofsky Collection, Dallas, TX, USA, and multiple other top 50 collectors worldwide.
Jens Wolf was born in 1967, Heilbronn, Germany and lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He graduated in 2001 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe under Helmut Dorner and Luc Tymans. Past solo and group exhibitions include: FRAC Languedoc – Roussillon, Montpellier (2004); Le Grand Café Centre d'art Contemporain, Saint-Nazaire (2005); Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen (2006); Musée d’art contemporain, Grenoble (2007); MARTa Herford Museum, Herford (2008);, MUMOK Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna (2010); Marres Maastricht, Timmerfabriek, Maastricht (2011); Kunstbunker, Nuremberg (2012), Galerie am Markt, Kunstverein Schwäbisch Hall (2013); FRAC Poitou-Charantes, Angoulême (2013); Saarlandmuseum, Saarbrücken (2013/14); Galerie MexWeberSix Friedrich, Munich (2013). His work is included in numerous permanent collections including; Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Marta Herford Museum, Herford, Sammlung zeitgenössischer Kunst der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, Kunsthalle – CCA Andratx, Spain, Saarlandmuseum, Saarbrücken., The Zabludowicz Art Trust, London and multiple FRAC Collections in France