Giuseppe D'Innella

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Solo Shows:

Galleria "Vera Arte",Bari,Italy, Dec.2016/Jan 2017

Oil & Water Gallery, Wandsworth London January 2014

Art St George Gallery, London, August/September 2012

Galleria “Vera Arte", Bari, Italy, Sept/October 2007

Galleria "Vera Arte", Bari, Italy, October 2005

Chardart, Chard, October 2003

Palazzo Recalcati, Milan, Italy, April 1997

Mary Place Gallery, Sydney, Australia, December 1995

Espace Alliance Gallery, Sydney, Australia, July 1993



Two Artists Show:

Naked Eye Art Gallery, Hove, April 2012

Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, March/April 2000

 

Three Artists Show:

Oxo Gallery,London, Variations 2016, September 2016

Oxo Gallery, London, Variations 2015, July 2015

Espace Alliance Gallery, Sydney, Australia, August 1994

 

Selected Exhibition:

South Bank Show, London, Dec/January 1987/8

 

Exhibition and Silver Medal Prize:

Mostra d’arte dello studente, Rome, 1961

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My work

Bold colours, expressive marks and strong compositions define the style of Italian artist Giuseppe D’Innella. Having lived and worked around the world for many years before settling in London, his works reflect a diverse range of influences and utilise a striking palette that evokes a sense of warmth and luminescence reminiscent of his time in Italy, South America and Australia.

 

Having started his artistic career as a landscape painter, Giuseppe now focuses his practice on screen-printing, building up numerous layers of colour to produce visually complex landscape and abstract works. His interest in mark-making is evident in his landscapes – his loose and bold brush-strokes demonstrate a joy in technique and material – and this passion is crystallised in his more recent abstract works.

 

His abstract prints employ a complex methodology,  deconstructing his original abstract paintings through the separation of colours, and subsequently reconstructing the images through building up layers of different transparent inks. Whilst the original marks and textures are translated into the prints, Giuseppe produces new abstract variations through the playful and experimental use of colour.

 

With a strong sense of composition and a passion for shape and texture, Giuseppe’s works never fail to make an impression, but it is his alchemic use of colour that leaves a warmth in the heart and a smile on the face.

 

By Anna Masters

How I work

Group Shows:

Affordable Art Fair ( Patricia LaFontaine Stand), London October 2015

Affordable Art Fair ( Patricia La Fontaine Stand) London,October 2014

Open Studios,Wimbledon Art Studios,London May 2014

Open Studios,Wimbledon Art studios, London May and November  2013

Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2012

Affordable Art Fair (A.K.Lambert Gallery) London, October 2012

Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2011

Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2010

Cannizaro House, Wimbledon, from November 2009

Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and  November 2009

Webbs Road Fine Art, London, December 2008/May 2009

Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2008

Globe Gallery, Weybridge, Surrey, July 2008/May 2009

Mc Neill Gallery, Radlett, Herts, June/July 2008

Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November2007

Affordable Art Fair (Karen Taylor Gallery), London, October 2006

Karen Taylor Contemporary Art Gallery, Twickenam, December 2004/January 2005

Carlyle Gallery, Chelsea, 24 - 28 June 2003

Karen Taylor Contemporary Art Gallery, Twickenham, 6 June -1 July 2003

Battersea Contemporary Art Fair, Battersea, 16 - 18 May 2003

Anderson Hill Gallery, Kingston upon Thames, 2 - 31 May 2003

King’s Galleries, Canterbury & St Katharine Docks, London, Summer 2002

Middlestreet Gallery, Padstow, Cornwall, Summer 2002

Hicks Gallery, Wimbledon, June 2002

Giuseppe D'Innella

my exhibitions to date

My Exhibitions

Some of my work can be viewed at Studio 73, Brixton, London

Please watch this short film in which I talk about my work and  ideas.

 

Thank you, Giuseppe