My Erdschnaken / Crane Flies 2015 and Capricornos 2017 will be part of the exhibition at Hignell Gallery and St. James Square.
The oututdoor sculpture of the Renaturing Nature exhibition can be found in St James's Square between the 21st June- 21st July, 2019 The indoor sculpture is in Hignell Gallery, Mayfair on exhibition until fall 2019.
Peter Randall-Page RA
Vanessa Paschakarnis and her husband, artist John Greer, at the opening at Hignell Gallery with one of her pieces, Crane Fly, 2015.
Image by Meike Brunkhorst
Plaster for Bronze - is a new sculpture by Vanessa!
Vanessa in her new Studio in Pietrasanta, Italy above with large scale drawings, below making her "True Love", 2019.
Paradisi 2019 Group exhibition at Kunstverein Baden near Vienna, Austria
Vanessa taking photos of her work in Paradisi - Kunstverein Baden, Austria:
Nice spread in an article about " on form 18 " in the London Sunday Times Magazine. In the foreground to the right my Capricorno 1.
Posterchild for more articles and postcards available at on form 18! My Capricornos have a centreal place in the garden of Asthall Manor from June 10th to July 8th, 2018! See article here.
Large biennial exhibition at Asthall Manor near Oxford, England, featuring only sculpture in stone by 40 artists from the UK and abroad. Vanessa Paschakarnis is the first time in the mix with her Capricornos 1 + 2, Reaching, Falena, Moth, Black Moth and Horse Head. See images of the exhibiton here.
My "Bestia Romana" on the cover of billie, the magazine of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton, NB, Canada. Feature article / interview inside:
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Unveiling for this new monument in the McMurtry Gardens of Justice in downtown Toronto was in October 2017. Vanessa did the Project Management. Fabrication was in Italy by Mauro Fracassini: Mauro Marmi Inc.
She was responsible for the Project Management for this succesful monument at the sides of John Greer and Duncan Patterson, who was the representing architect of MacKay Lyons Sweetapple Inc.
NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA, OTTAWA ON
Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014
17 Oct 2014 - 08 Mar 2015
Contemporary Art Galleries
The exhibition Shine a Light highlights a selection of recent acquisitions to the National Gallery of Canada’s Canadian Contemporary, Indigenous and Photography holdings. It showcases some of the best and most innovative works being made today in a variety – and often combination of – media, from video and film to drawing and painting, photography to sculpture and installation. It reveals the unique ways contemporary Canadian artists are responding to the larger social and political state of the world through their art and how they are choosing interdisciplinary modes of self-expression that transcend traditional categories, materials and genres. The exhibition takes the pulse of contemporary art production in Canada as it becomes part of our national art history.
NOVEMBER 8th: Meet the Expert series. I will be giving a short presentation at the National Gallery of Canada.
2013. The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, purchases the work in three parts: Shadows for Humans by Vanessa Paschakarnis for their collection.
Die Nationalgalerie von Kanada in Ottawa, Ontario kauft die dreiteilige Arbeit Shadows for Humans fuer ihre Sammlung.
2009. Blickachsen 7, Bad Homburg, Germany.
Vanessa wins the Best Young Artist Award. Vanessa gewinnt den Foerderpreis fuer die beste Nachwuchskuenstlerin.