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Genti Korini

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'From Screen to Canvas Nr. 14' (2017), oil on linen, 70x50cm
'Structure Nr. 3' (2017), oil on canvas, 160x120cm
'Structure Nr.10' (2017), oil on canvas, 160x120cm
'Structure Nr. 7' (2017), oil on canvas, 160x120cm
'From Screen to Canvas Nr. 17' (2017), oil on linen, 70x50cm
'From Screen to Canvas Nr. 16' (2017), oil on linen, 70x50cm
'Structure Nr. 6'. (2017), oil on canvas, 160x120cm
'Structure Nr.9' (2017), oil on canvas, 160x120cm


Genti Korini's canvases embrace the creative and conceptual traditions of modernism. Deeply informed by the function and process of painting throughout history, Korini creates a distinctly subjective prism that recontextualizes art historical currents, bringing to life a novel manifestation of a celebrated 20th century aesthetic. Korini's work depicts geometric abstractions that recall elements of architectural forms. Color is a dominant visual feature across his paintings, imbuing them with a forceful dynamism and divergent dimensionality. The sharp angles and curved slopes of his formalistic spatial constructions create a mutability that is at once alluring and enigmatic, readily transcending illusory forms. The architecture of Korini's native Tirana serves as the visual underpinning of his works. Following the Albanian capital’s robust revival in the late 1990s, the city's drab facades and crumbling edifices were painted in bright colors, an overt gesture signaling the evolving ideology of the republic. For Korini, architecture is representative of power itself, a visual manifestation of sociopolitical principles. Through his work he seeks to 'explore the manner in which forms are created and how their cultural backgrounds and social contexts shape them.’

GENTI KORINI (b. 1979, Tirana, Albania) lives and works in Tirana, Albania. He graduated with a BFA in Painting from the University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, in 2000, and with a MFA Painting from the University of Arts, Tirana, Albania, in 2002. Solo exhibitions include: ‘Inside My Walls I See Yours’, Martin Asbaek Gallery, Copenhagen (2016); ‘The Object and its Background’, Jecza Gallery, Romania (2014); and ‘Ephemeral Structures’, National Gallery of Art, Albania (2013). Group exhibitions include: ‘I am the Mouth’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Croatia (2018); ‘Half-Truth’, Klorikarnia Contemporary Museum, Poland (2017); and ‘Power of Line’, Jecza Gallery, ArtEncounters Biennale Romania (2017). Korini’s solo showings with BEERS London include ‘Zona Maco Art Fair’, Mexico City (2017); and ‘Solid Uncertainties’, London (2017).

 



Genti Korini's canvases embrace the creative and conceptual traditions of modernism. Deeply informed by the function and process of painting throughout history, Korini creates a distinctly subjective prism that recontextualizes art historical currents, bringing to life a novel manifestation of a celebrated 20th century aesthetic. Korini's work depicts geometric abstractions that recall elements of architectural forms. Color is a dominant visual feature across his paintings, imbuing them with a forceful dynamism and divergent dimensionality. The sharp angles and curved slopes of his formalistic spatial constructions create a mutability that is at once alluring and enigmatic, readily transcending illusory forms. The architecture of Korini's native Tirana serves as the visual underpinning of his works. Following the Albanian capital’s robust revival in the late 1990s, the city's drab facades and crumbling edifices were painted in bright colors, an overt gesture signaling the evolving ideology of the republic. For Korini, architecture is representative of power itself, a visual manifestation of sociopolitical principles. Through his work he seeks to 'explore the manner in which forms are created and how their cultural backgrounds and social contexts shape them.’

GENTI KORINI (b. 1979, Tirana, Albania) lives and works in Tirana, Albania. He graduated with a BFA in Painting from the University of Art and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, in 2000, and with a MFA Painting from the University of Arts, Tirana, Albania, in 2002. Solo exhibitions include: ‘Inside My Walls I See Yours’, Martin Asbaek Gallery, Copenhagen (2016); ‘The Object and its Background’, Jecza Gallery, Romania (2014); and ‘Ephemeral Structures’, National Gallery of Art, Albania (2013). Group exhibitions include: ‘I am the Mouth’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Croatia (2018); ‘Half-Truth’, Klorikarnia Contemporary Museum, Poland (2017); and ‘Power of Line’, Jecza Gallery, ArtEncounters Biennale Romania (2017). Korini’s solo showings with BEERS London include ‘Zona Maco Art Fair’, Mexico City (2017); and ‘Solid Uncertainties’, London (2017).