The paintings by Claudia Mini invite us to escape from reality in a paradise garden. The Swiss Artist and traveller has been inspired by the botanical gardens in Asia. She recently exhibited in Singapore during Singapore Art Month at Shangri-La. Her artistic practice highlights unresolved problems ironically, taking elements from both modern and contemporary visual languages.
Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund, ARTFIXdaily, 2019
Swiss artist Claudia Mini is an intuitive abstract painter who is especially interested in pattern. A gifted colorist, she uses a seemingly inexhaustible vocabulary of various lines and shapes. At times, Claudia’s monotypes and acrylic paintings have the look of street graffiti, other times, she appears to allude to topographies of imaginary places. Biomorphic shapes, cellular structures, and plant life also appear in her work, always transformed in the prism of abstraction.
The artist’s paintings represent a dialog with the subconscious and are an invitation to freedom and joy. Ever since Claudia Mini can remember, she was interested in creativity and using color, words, music and movement to produce artworks. Her development as an artist was partly through personal explorations, partly with the help of professional artistic training.
Agora Gallery New York, 2019
Membership Contemporary Art Curator Magazine
Membership kunst zürich süd
Online representation Agora Gallery New York
Galerie Muri-ART, January 11th
Colorida Art Gallery Lisbon
Galerie Artesol Solothurn
Galerie Artesol, February 12th
Exhibition Art Climate Change - Novum Investments
22. Art International Zurich, 1.-4. October
Contemporary Art Fair Paris, 26.-28. March postponed
Bank Art Fair Singapore
Miami River Art Fair