Oasis + Porto Marghera


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TELLAS – Oasis


ROBERTO CONTE – Porto Marghera

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Roberto Conte

Roberto Conte (Monza, 1980), started to take pictures in 2006, exploring abandoned places in the outskirts of Milan, before traveling around Italy and abroad looking for derelict sites. In the years he increasingly focused on photographing architectures, with a particular preference for the XX century, from rationalist structures to post-war modernism and contemporary architecture, including brutalism and Soviet modernism. He collaborates with architecture and design studios, institutions, and artists (as Edoardo Tresoldi, Gonzalo Borondo, Alberonero). In 2019 he published the book “Soviet Asia” (FUEL, co-authored with Stefano Perego), focused on the Soviet modernist architectures in Central Asia. His pictures have been featured in several online and printed magazines and books, as “Atlas of Brutalist Architecture”, “This Brutal World”, “Ruin and Redemption in Architecture” (Phaidon Press), “Concrete Concept” (Frances Lincoln), the Yerevan Guide of Architecture (DOM publishers) and many others. He held lectures about architecture photography in several universities in Italy, Denmark, and Russia. . . .

Roberto Conte (Monza, 1980), ha iniziato a scattare foto nel 2006, esplorando luoghi abbandonati alla periferia di Milano, prima iniziare a viaggiare per l'Italia e all'estero alla ricerca di siti dismessi.

Negli anni il suo interesse si è focalizzato sulla fotografia di architetture, con una particolare predilezione per il XX secolo, dalle strutture razionaliste al modernismo del dopoguerra e all'architettura contemporanea, passando per il brutalismo e il modernismo sovietico.

Collabora con studi di architettura e design, istituzioni e artisti (tra cui Edoardo Tresoldi, Gonzalo Borondo, Alberonero). Nel 2019 ha pubblicato il libro “Soviet Asia” (FUEL, co-autore con Stefano Perego), incentrato sulle architetture moderniste sovietiche dell'Asia centrale.

Le sue immagini sono state pubblicate su numerose riviste e libri, sia digitali che non, come "Atlas of Brutalist Architecture", "This Brutal World", "Ruin and Redemption in Architecture" (Phaidon Press), "Concrete Concept" (Frances Lincoln), "Yerevan Guide of Architecture" (editori DOM) e molti altri.

Ha tenuto conferenze sulla fotografia di architettura in diverse università in Italia, Danimarca e Russia.


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Tellas was born in 1985 in Cagliari, Sardinia. His artistic journey begins in the harsh lands where he grew up. His work is a personal and intimate vision of the natural elements defining the landscape around him. Each piece is the result of a meditative process combining spatial qualities, shapes, and species of the surrounding environment. He expresses his style through various means. His use of drawing, painting, printing techniques, installations, and audio-video production confirms his aim to create and experiment with different art forms. He participated in many international events. Among the most remarkable there are the La Tour Paris Project, 2013, considered one of the most innovative contemporary art projects worldwide, and Artmossphere, the first Street Art Biennale held in Moscow in 2014, featuring 70 artists from all over the world. In 2015 his work appeared in The Urban Contemporary Art Guide, edited by the Graffiti Art Magazine, where he ranked amongst the world’s best 100 emerging artists of 2015. The same year he completed an extensive public artwork in Cagliari, the Italian Capital of Culture back then. In Rome, he took part in Here, Now, the sixth edition of the city’s Outdoor Festival, while his personal show Clima Estremo was held at Wunderkammern Gallery. The following year he completed several important public artworks in Spain, Finland, and Australia, respectively in Madrid, Helsinki, Albany, and Perth. In 2017 he was in Australia again, working on the mural The Barrier in Townsville, Queensland. Later that year, this piece inspired his exhibition Tropico, held at the Magma Gallery, Bologna. Again in Bologna, in 2019, he exhibited his solo exhibition "Lago" with a new body of works curated by the Magma Gallery. In 2019, together with the Press Press editions, he published "notes" a collection of 180 drawings in a limited edition of only 300 copies. Since 2019 he has confirmed the collaboration with The Jaunt, an important international organization that represents artists from all over the world, involving them in large-scale outdoor projects, institutional exhibitions, and works productions. With The Jaunt, Tellas exhibited in San Francisco at the Legion Project Art Gallery, then in Amsterdam in 2021 at the STRAAT Museum on the occasion of the solo exhibition “Out There Somewhere”.  In 2020 he was invited by Paratissima Art Fair to create a work on a large surface that covers the courtyard of the Centro d'Arte Contemporanea Artiglieria, on the occasion of its reopening in Turin, in the circuit of the important exhibition of Artissima. In addition to Palermo, Rome, and other Italian cities, the latest works can be found in Atlanta (USA), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Delhi (India), Montreal (Canada), and Kaohsiung (Taiwan), France, Ireland, and Spain. His artistic production also includes significant partnerships with important Italian fashion brands, including Ferragamo and Marni. In particular, the multiple collaborations with Marni resulted in the documentary A grande terra do Sertão, presented at the 56th Venice Biennale.

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Screen print, 5 layers
69,5  x 99,5 cm, 2023
Old Mill paper, 300 g.

Printed by 56Fili


Screen print, 1 layer
70 x 100 cm, 2023
Old Mill paper, 300 g.

Printed by 56Fili

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