Giovanni Angeloro

December 10 - 15, 2015

chashama 300 Window Gallery
300 West 30th Street
New York, NY

Opening Reception
Saturday, December 12, 2-4 pm

Open Hours
On view every day;
Artist will be present at the following times:
Thursday, Friday and Monday, 12-6 pm;
Saturday and Sunday , 12-4 pm;
Tuesday, 10-3 pm.

WINDOW is an exhibition of abstract works that were produced as an homage to people who dedicate their life to performing arts; their commitment to make a better society by providing entertainment and enlightenment for their audience. These 15 paintings were created by using recycled acrylic paint on cotton canvas. They express the movement and energy released in space, and projected onto the audience, by different kinds of entertainers. The artist's intention is to allow the onlookers to experience colour, shape, and light, so as to create their own image in mind and become aware of thoughts and emotions that may emerge as they observe the artwork. 

About the Artist
Giovanni Angeloro was born in Montreal. His father, Francesco, is a post-war Italian immigrant and his mother, Canadian-born Teresa, is the daughter of Italian immigrants. Angeloro is a member of RAAV - Regroupement des Artistes en Arts Visuels du Québec, CARFAC -Canadian Artists' Representation, CAPSQ - Le Cercle des Artistes Peintres et Sculpteurs du Québec, and SCA - Society of Canadian Artists.

Since he's well-travelled, Angeloro has been collecting art since his twenties. In 2013 he attended conferences of three American painters - Peter Max, Marcus Glenn and Domenic Pangborn - at and art auction in Boston, Massachussetts. After a conversation with Pangborn, Angeloro was inspired to release and share his artistic imagination through painting. He made his formal debut in early 2014. In previous years of his career, he enjoyed positions in communications, human resources, and project management in the aerospace industry.

Angeloro has been awarded the Silver Medal for  "Les Roses de la Muse" (31st International Contest of Visual Art CAPESQ, Montreal, April 2015) and the Certificate of Honour for Contributing to the Promotion of Canadian Art on the World Stage for "Riccordati di Me" (La diversità ell'arte, Galleria la Pigna, Palazzo Maffei Marescotti, Vatican City, November 2014).

His next upcoming exhibition, "The Great Crossing," will be in March 2016 at La Piazzatta Gallery, Montreal.

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