Ernesto Caivano

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Fast Facts Ernesto Caivano is often shown exhibiting a mix of both simple and incredibly complex line and quallities in his work. He shows a mastery of combining both abstraction and realism, geometry and fantasy, and his work often reflects the relationship between real life and fantasy, and the combination of technology and nature.ExhibitionsSolo Exhibitions2010Relics Where..., Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA2009Her Affect On Branches (Topography of Contact), Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo2008Echo Gambit, White Cube, London2007Traps, Screens and Offerings, Carlier Gebauer - Berlin, Germany2006Floral Veins, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CAGames for a Blackout Machine, Guild and Greyshkul, New York, NY2005Union and Offerings, Statements ARCO Fair, Carlier/Gebauer2004Mating Grounds, Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, CAAfter the Woods: A Selection, PS1/MoMA, Long Island City, NYIn the Woods, Long-term installation at PS1/MoMA, Long Island City, NY2003Arboreal, 31 Grand Inc, Brooklyn, NYpermanat at Whittney, MOMA

Ernesto CaivanoBorn1972 Madrid, Spain Education2001 MFA Columbia University1999 BFA The Cooper Union

Breathing Through The Code (2004)

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Company Stump 2009

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Ernesto Caivano was arguably made famous by his series, the ongoing epic titled " After the Woods". He uses an incredible narrative skill and abillity as a story teller, and draws on elements of sci fi, fantasy, mythology, and poetry to create the epic that tells the lives of star crossed lovers. The work tells the ongoing story of the progression of the lovers over 1000 years, the prince turns into a knight in shining armour, and his love turns into a spaceship.

Courtship Alignments 2004

Elements In Play 2009

Settlements 2004

His artwork mainly is done through Ink and pen as a medium, and is typically done in black and white with very few of his pieces being done in color.

Digits and Pores, Petals and Philapores, 2009

Perceptions : Greivance of Flightless Birds


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