Deborah Martino
Artist / Photographer

Deborah Martino currently lives and works in Turin. Since 2020, she has worked as an assistant for the artist Paolo Cirio. In 2021, she graduated in the three-year course of Multimedia Arts at the Iuav University of Venice.

Her work has been exhibited in the following exhibitions: UNCOATED-CONTENT, Mucho Mas! Artist run space, Turin; LAB1 ArtVerona, Verona; Exterior Night, Camera – Italian Center for Photography, Turin; DISFA, LINK, Bologna; PICCOLO CELESTE, Platea, Lodi; NEW GENERATION, Mucho Mas! Artist run space, Turin.

Her research focuses mainly on bodies, organic and otherwise, analyzing them through experimental and metamorphosis processes. Crossing various media, from drawing to sculpture to diary writing and photography her practice aims to deconstruct the physical body to seek new forms and identities contained within it, similar to the concept of the cosmological body. Starting from the analysis of the relationships and fusions that occur between bodies, Martino therefore suggests a new idea of collective family, identifying it in a united body that moves together with all the energy of the Cosmos.

Deborah Martino
Artist / Photographer

Deborah Martino currently lives and works in Turin. Since 2020, she has worked as an assistant for the artist Paolo Cirio. In 2021, she graduated in the three-year course of Multimedia Arts at the Iuav University of Venice.

Her work has been exhibited in the following exhibitions: UNCOATED-CONTENT, Mucho Mas! Artist run space, Turin; LAB1 ArtVerona, Verona; Exterior Night, Camera – Italian Center for Photography, Turin; DISFA, LINK, Bologna; PICCOLO CELESTE, Platea, Lodi; NEW GENERATION, Mucho Mas! Artist run space, Turin.

Her research focuses mainly on bodies, organic and otherwise, analyzing them through experimental and metamorphosis processes. Crossing various media, from drawing to sculpture to diary writing and photography her practice aims to deconstruct the physical body to seek new forms and identities contained within it, similar to the concept of the cosmological body. Starting from the analysis of the relationships and fusions that occur between bodies, Martino therefore suggests a new idea of collective family, identifying it in a united body that moves together with all the energy of the Cosmos.

  • Lukasz Palka: Tokyo Unseen
    Publication
    teNeues
    International
    After the successful parts of the Unseen series about New York, London and Berlin, Tokyo Unseen is another authentic approach to one of the largest and most fascinating metropolises of our civilisation. The impressive illustrated book presents the city of contrasts in a fascinating honesty that only an inhabitant of this city of millions can portray in such a direct way. (more…)
  • Berlinde De Bruyckere: No Life Lost
    Feb 3 – May 26, 2024
    Artipelag
    Gustavsberg, Sweden
    Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere’s large-scale sculptures and installations of wax, wood, textile, metal and horse hide are executed in an unmistakable artistic style. Grappling with the existential human condition, De Bruyckere’s work addresses human vulnerability and fragility, desire and suffering, resilience and transformation. Opening on February 3, the comprehensive exhibition No Life Lost is the first presentation of the work of De Bruyckere in Sweden. (more…)
  • Nasan Tur: Hunted
    May 26, 2023 – Apr 1, 2024
    Berlinische Galerie
    Berlin, Germany
    Nasan Tur explores the political and social conditions that define our times. His works are experimental arrangements that draw attention to ideologies, social norms and behavioural codes and expand our options for individual action. To this end, he examines statements, gestures and images found in the media or in the public space and distils them into miniatures reflecting current social crises and discourse. (more…)