1985 · Italy
Characterised by his goal for emotional detachment, coldness, and distance, Nicolò Baraggioli’s work seeks to emphasise the importance of the object through non-expressive and anti-subjective art. Focusing on elements such as surface, material, shape, thickness, angle, and chromaticism, Baraggioli’s work is first and foremost about the creation of object in place of representation. Based nearly exclusively on geometric shapes, his pieces are often modules that can repeat and be combined into small and medium-sized structures that result in sculptural installations.
Nicolò Baraggioli was born in Genoa, Italy in 1985. His work can be found in private collections around the world in locations such as the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, the United States, Portugal, Denmark, Italy, Brazil, Germany, Japan, and Sweden as well as the public collections of the Lepsien Art Foundation, Berlin and 57W57Arts, New York City.
Nicolò Baraggioli has been featured in group and solo exhibitions in cities such as Cologne, Tokyo, London, Milan, Copenhagen, Mannheim, Dayton, New York City, and Budaberg. He currently lives and works in London, United Kingdom.
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