No more pink ?
From January 6 to February 24, 2018
(USA 1934 – Germany 2016)
In 1952, he began studying piano and violin and in 1956 he joined several symphony orchestras in Canada and Germany.
In 1960 he moved to Cologne, Germany, and after meeting Stockhausen, John Cage, Nam June Paik, Merce Cunningham and Wolf Vostell, he became one of the actors of radical contemporary music.
Pioneer artist of the Fluxus avant-garde, he organizes in 2012, the 50 years of Fluxus, large retrospective in the city of Wiesbaden in Germany. Since then he has been the subject of numerous exhibitions in Europe, Asia, Russia and America, with concerts, readings and performances.
A committed artist, he observes with a critical and curious eye the society in which he lives and works, constantly questioning his own role. The content of his research aims to explore the expressive possibilities of the material and the symbol as opposed to the artistic ephemera. “Mauro Ghiglione is confirmed today, in the third millennium, as one of the fiercest and most conscious analysts of the contemporary image.