Air Daryal is a contemporary artist who shares her works between pictorial and digital art.
She is born on the banks of Lake Iseo, Italy.
She graduated from the Liceo Artistico of Bergamo and graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera.
She attended a restoration course in Cremona and a course of art therapy and sensory art in Milan.
She grows between Venice and Verona, where it won the biennial of creativity in 2016.
The footprint of man on the planet, technology and globalization are prevalent themes throughout her work. Heavens and colonized seas, crumbling and abandoned landscapes, architectural centers of cities invaded by color castings. The images and colors of Air Daryal fascinate the viewer’s first impression and lead him pleasantly into an emotional journey at the confines of the imagination, where it is easy to lose consciousness of time and space. The artist creates Atemporal Art paving the way for new and possible re-evaluations of reinterpretations and retrospectives.
Her works are kept in important Italian and foreign private collections.
2005 – Orzinuovi – Solo Exhibition
2006 – Bergamo – Solo Exhibition
2009 – Aosta – Solo Exhibition
2008 – Brescia – Solo Exhibition at Galleria La Tavolozza
2010 – Courmayeur (Aosta) – Solo Exhibition
2012 – Nantua (France) – Solo Exhibition
2015 – Monreale – Collective Exhibition in Civic Gallery G.Sciortino
2016 – Participation in television interviews “Bookshelf”, “Ten Books” and “If Writing” and “La Luna e Falò” radio broadcast
2016 – Attendance at the “Most Free Books” Fair in Rome and at the International Book Fair in Frankfurt and London. International Book Fair of Book Expo America
2016 – Triennale winner of Verona chosen by the jury composed of Luca Beatrice, Angelo Crespi, Estemio Serri
2016 – Venice – Collective exhibition Orler Gallery
2017 – Brescia – Permanent exhibition at Univocal Art Gallery
2017 – Padua – Arte Padova 2017 – Univocal Art Gallery
2018 – Genova – ArteGenova 2018 – Univocal Art Gallery
2018 – Milano – Museo Mac – The Shining Hardness personal exhibition of Air curated by Angelo Crespi in collaboration with Fondazione Maimeri
PRIVATE AND MUSEUM COLLECTIONS
Foundation Arsenal Iseo
Alba Gallery Collection from Bologna