About

Marco Corsini’s paintings feature the landscape and his immediate environment. Using shifts in viewpoint and perspective and often painted over extended periods of time, the works explore perception and the nature of painting as a recorder of experience rather than as a representative tool. Alongside a phenomenological interest in consciousness and experience, Marco’s work also incorporates personal motifs such as the horse, indicating the artist’s own presence. The paintings explore perception and subjectivity, asking us to go beyond everyday discourse into deeper engagement with the nature of our existence.

Education

2002 The University of Melbourne Master of Creative Arts
1997 The University of Melbourne Bachelor of Education - Visual Art

Exhibitions

Selected solo exhibitions

2018 Learning to fly
Brunswick Street Gallery
2015 HOMECOMING
Gallery 314‚ Melbourne‚ Australia
2010 RECENT PAINTINGS
Gallery 314‚ Melbourne‚ Australia
2009 RETROSPECT
Gallery 314‚ Melbourne‚ Australia
2005 NIEUWE SCHILDERIJEN
Suzanne Biederberg Gallery‚ Amsterdam‚ Netherlands
2001 NEGOTIATING SUBJECTIVITIES
The George Paton Gallery‚ Melbourne‚ Australia
1998 THE CLOUD OF UNKNOWING
Indigo Studios Gallery‚ Melbourne‚ Australia
1997 CHAOS ORDER ACCIDENT TRUTH RANDOM DESIGN
Indigo Studios Gallery‚ Melbourne‚ Australia

Selected group exhibitions

2012 RICK AMOR DRAWING PRIZE (FINALIST)
The Art Gallery of Ballarat‚Ballarat‚ Australia
2010 SMALL WORKS ART PRIZE
Brunswick Street Gallery‚ Melbourne‚ Australia
2010 BELLE ARTI – CHAPMAN AND BAILEY ART AWARD
Metro Arts‚ Brisbane‚ Australia
2010 ARC YINNAR DRAWING PRIZE
ARC Gallery‚ Yinnar‚ Australia
2009 SHINE
Exhibitions Gallery‚ Wangaratta‚ Australia
2006 AFTER HIROSHIMA: NUCLEAR IMAGINARIES
Millais Gallery‚ Southampton Institute‚ UK
2005 AFTER HIROSHIMA: NUCLEAR IMAGINARIES
Brunei Gallery‚ SOAS. University of London‚ UK
2000 14GO: EMERGING ARTISTS MAKE THEIR MARK
Bendigo Art Gallery‚ Bendigo‚ Australia
2000 NEW PAINTINGS FROM MELBOURNE
Jackman Gallery‚ Melbourne‚ Australia
2000 ENVIRONMENT>INVENTION>MEMORY
Switchback Gallery‚ Monash University‚ Australia
2000 UNPROCESSED-REPROCESSED
The Adelaide Fringe Festival‚ Australia
1999 NEW HORIZONS - The Melbourne Fringe Festival
Mass Galleries‚ Melbourne‚ Australia

100cm (W) x 100cm (H)
Oil Paint
$4,350
120cm (W) x 120cm (H)
Oil Paint
$5,150
57cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Mixed Media
$1,850
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