In my work, my purpose is to break away from the stringent order of society, to unleash tensions and to bring about a vivid confrontation with the issues form and colour. Playing with contradictions is the name of the game!
Biography Manuella Muerner Marioni
Manuella Muerner Marioni was born 1964 in Thun, Switzerland. She studied art and fashion design at the New Art School Zurich (Switzerland). After study she made several trips abroad for self educated art-studies in Florence (I), Vienna (A), Lisboa (P), Paris (F), Spain, Southamerica and USA.
For seven years she collaborated with the NIKI DE ST. PHALLE FOUNDATION in Germany, Switzerland, France and USA. She has had exhibitions all over Europe and the USA. Her artworks can be found in international locations all around the globe.
■ Member of Who's Who in International Art
■ Certificate Who's Who in Visual Art - Vol 2014/2015
■ Certificate Who's Who in Visual Art - Vol 2012/2013
■ Certified Nomination Palm Art Award 2011
■ Award Certificate, 6th Place Sculpture - 3D Competition on ARTAVITA.com, sponsored by World Wide Art Books (USA), 2011
■ Honorable Mention Art Contest by ARTAVITA.com, sponsored by World Wide Art Books (USA), 2012
■ Letter of Recommendation, Niki de St. Phalle Foundation, San Diego (USA) 2008
■ NY Arts Magazine Vol. 19 + Vol. 20, 2012 (USA)
■ International Contemporary Artists - Vol. IV, I.C.A. Publishing, New York (USA)
■ Direct Art Magazine - Vol. 18, 2011 SlowArt Productions USA.
■ WORLD WIDE ART BOOKS, INC USA
- International Contemporary Masters Volume V + VI
- Catalogue: Important Artists in the World Volume I
■ ART UNLIMITED Vol. I, Masters of Today, Collective Art Book Series at World of Art, London (GB) (Book Cover: Front- and Backside, represented with 6 pages) 2013
■ WHO'S WHO in VISUAL ART - Vol. 2012-2013 and Vol. 2014-2015 Art DomainWhois Verlag, Leipzig (DE)
■ ITALIA ARTE, the best of Culture and Made in Italy, International Art Magazine of Italy, August 2012
MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI at the RAW ART SPACE NEW YORK CITY, 2031 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10027Exhibition Dates: March 1 - 15th, 2013Opening Reception: March 7th 6 - 9 PMExhibition Opening Hours: Monday through Friday 10 AM - 5 PM, Saturday & Sunday 12 - 5 PM…See More