Gardella Restated: The House of the Zattere. 1953- 2011

Dionisio Gonzalez

Born: Gijon, Spain1965
Residence: Seville, Spain

Dionisio González lives and works in Seville. His digital photographs create spatial, sculptural and photographic explorations of space, architecture and urban development.  Combining existing urban structures with digitally drawn architecture his landscaped images are deceiving yet convincing. His work has been exhibited in many of prestigious institutions and museums, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Bourdeaux, France, the Museo Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO), Bogotá, Colombia, the Museo de Arte de Sao Paulo (MASP), Sao Paulo, Brasil, and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCCA), Toronto, Canada. His work has featured in various Biennales, including the Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville, the Bienal de le Havre, France, and the Venice Biennale. He has won numerous awards including the Pilar Juncosa Sotheby's Award from the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation. 

Work by Gonzalez is in different Museums and Collections, notably MNCARS, National Museum Reina Sofia Art Center, Madrid, the Collection of ING, Amsterdam, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, the National Centre of Contemporary Art, Paris, the Margolies Collection, Miami, and the Caldic Collection, Rotterdam.

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  • Gardella Restated: The House of the Zattere. 1953- 2011
    • Gardella Restated: The House of the Zattere. 1953- 2011
    • From the series The Light Hours
    • Venice, 2010
    • C-Print diasec mounted
    • 39.4 x 177.2 in / 100 x 450 cm
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  • Giudecca: The Viewpoint of Palladio
    • Giudecca: The Viewpoint of Palladio
    • From the series The Light Hours
    • Venice, 2011
    • C-Print diasec mounted
    • 39.4 x 177.2 in / 100 x 450 cm
    • Courtesy of ProjectB Contemporary Art, Milan
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  • Memorial Masieri. F. L. Wright 1953
    • Memorial Masieri. F. L. Wright 1953
    • From the series The Light Hours
    • Venice, 2011
    • C-Print diasec mounted
    • 49.2 x 118.1 in / 125 x 300 cm
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  • Palazzo Dei Congressi. Venice. L. Khan. 1968 - 1974.
    • Palazzo Dei Congressi. Venice. L. Khan. 1968 - 1974.
    • From the series The Light Hours
    • Venice, 2011
    • C-Print diasec mounted
    • 49.21 x 136.5 in / 125 x 350 cm
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    • £16,250 / 18,500 Euro + VAT & Transportation
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  • The Theater of the World. Aldo Rossi. 1979
    • The Theater of the World. Aldo Rossi. 1979
    • From the series The Light Hours
    • Venice, 2011
    • C-Print diasec mounted
    • 39.4 x 157.5 in / 100 x 400 cm
    • Courtesy of ProjectB Contemporary Art, Milan
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  • Venice Hospital. Le Corbusier 1965
    • Venice Hospital. Le Corbusier 1965
    • From the series The Light Hours
    • Venice, 2011
    • C-Print diasec mounted
    • 39.4 x 206.7 in / 100 x 525 cm
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  • Venice Without Le Corbusier. 2010
    • Venice Without Le Corbusier. 2010
    • From the series The Light Hours
    • Venice, 2011
    • C-Print diasec mounted
    • 39.4 x 206.7 in / 100 x 525 cm
    • Courtesy of ProjectB Contemporary Art, Milan
    • 1/3 + 2AP
    • £23,750 / 27,000 Euro+ VAT & Transportation
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