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Manetas Timeline

This is the Timeline of Miltos ManetasThis Greek-born artist, moved first to Italy (Rome & Milan) then to USA (NY & LA) and then Paris and London until he finally discovered Colombia. These days he lives between Bogotà, New York and Sabina at Lazio, Italy

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The Internet Paintings
at MAXXI

MAXXI is devoting a focus exhibition to Miltos Manetas based on the work Italian Painting, 2000 from 2000, part of the museum’s collection and a forerunner of the series entitled The Internet Paintings. Through oil painting and the web, the Internet Paintings come to life on canvas Collages of site and images collected on the web, the surface of the Internet Painting modifies, updates and houses new pages just as every web site continuously evolves, appears and disappears. The themes of the paintings in the project: BerlinBiennale2016 (The Present in drag), Google Street View, MedioSud, Moda Muerta, Natura Matura, NEEN + Ñewpressionism & Selfies.

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PAINTINGS

Oil on Canvas

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NEEN

The first art movement of the 21st Century

(GO to NEEN)

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Towards the internet Pavilion

Internet Pavilion for the Venice Biennale

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UNCONNECTED

The 3rd Internet Pavilion for the Venice Biennale

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INTERNET PAVILION

Venice Biennale 2011

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Looking at the internet

The 4rth Internet Pavillion

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BlackBerry Paintings

A BlackBerry Painting by Miltos Manetas

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C&A sleeping

Painting my life with a brush, filming it with a BlackBerry as it happens

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ÑEWPRESSIONISM

We live in days of Metascreen. Screens and networks are-for good or bad-part of nature. Screens "project", "transmit", "translate" but also "protect", "conceal" and "isolate". Screens hide from us the large view and isolate us from the whole showing us just a bit. But just a bit, just working, just playing, just making art on our computer screens, isn't enough no more... How easily impressions of the "whole" rise instead when we are looking or listening to trees, rivers and mountains. How nice we are connecting with such simulations, just by staying as still and calm in front of nature as that man on the famous painting of Caspar David Friedrich.. The essence of what we call "natural world" is transmitted effortlessly. visit ÑEWPRESSIONISM

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