In Memoriam VLADIMIR PETROV-GLADKY - 1948 - 2017
Otto Rapp writes:
I was shocked when I got the news about a good friend, Vladimir Petrov-Gladky passed away! He was a great artist and wonderful human being - here we were with Ernst Fuchs at his exhibition at the Palais Palffy. I remember both of you with fondness. RIP my friends!
Russia meets Austria:
the first posthumous exhibition in Retz, Austria
May 18th to June 1st 2017
April 1st 1948 - April 16th 2017
With great sadness we announce that our dear friend and colleague
MARIANO PETIT de MURAT
passed away on December 4th 2015
Mariano Petit de Murat was born in Mexico City in 1961. In 1985, he begins his career as a professional artist. His work is exhibited in various galleries and artistic events like Hall Des Artistes, Center of the image, Museum of the Chopo, Itatti Gallery, Misrachi Gallery, Gallery the Panaderia and the National Center of the Arts among others.
In the year of 2000 he moves to the island of Cozumel where he begins to experiment as a digital artist, exhibiting his work online in the Museum of Computer Arts, Art Majeur, Renderosity, Runtime DNA and many other sites where digital art is promoted. He has become an experienced digital artist, considered refined and creative among his fellow digital artists. He also works as a muralist creating more than 200 murals in public places, hotels and residencies in Cozumel, Playa del Carmen and Cancun and creates Cozumel Murals, a company which provides professional mural and decoration services. Today, as general director and owner of MODA Museum of Digital Arts he has acomplished one of his most desired goals, to promote digital art and to offer talented artists a space for their work to be apreciated in a pleasant atmosphere.
REST IN PEACE - WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU
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