Massimo Taccon

Massimo Taccon
Massimo Taccon
Born 19 May 1967 (1967-05-19) (age 44)
Rome, Italy
Nationality  Italy
Movement Critical Meditavism (Meditavismo Critico).

Massimo Taccon (born May 19, 1967 in Rome) is an Italian painter, sculptor and writer who, during his ‘Ismahel period’ (1997–2002), signed his artworks with the pseudonym ISMAHEL.[1] He is the founder, thinker and theoretician of an art movement called Critical Meditavism (Meditavismo Critico), whose manifesto was posted to blogspot.com in September 2010.[2]

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Life and work

"Peace", 1998, Massimo Taccon - painting.

Born in Italy, Taccon lives and works mainly in Rome. He was present at the Rome International Biennale in 1998[citation needed], and in 1999 he was one of the 462 artists, from across the world, who participated in the second edition of the ‘Florence Biennale’ exhibition of contemporary art.[3] In 2000 his work was shown at the Langhkawi International Festival of Arts 2000, held by the Malay National Art Gallery, Ibrahim Hussein Museum and Culture Foundation.[citation needed]

On 14 September 2010 in Rome at the studio "La Taccon Arte" in presence of few intimate friends, Taccon dictated the basic pillars of a new art movement: The "Critical Meditavism" (Meditavismo Critico) and posted it as a manifesto to blogspot.com.[2]

His work has been covered in several art reviews in Italy,[4] Spain[4] and Germany.[4]

Artworks in collections

"Abisso emozionale (Emotional abyss)" Massimo Taccon,1999, painting - White Helmets Europe Foundation
The National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur

Works held by corporate and public collections include:

  • At the beginning (2000), National Art Gallery of Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)[1]
  • Abisso emozionale (Emotional abyss) (1999), White Helmets Europe Foundation (Italy)[1][5]
  • I quattro elementi (The four elements) (1998), Ceri Church (Italy)[1]

Published books

Massimo Taccon has written and published two books.

  • Stati d'animo di un giovane qualunque (ovvero rappresentazioni fedeli dell'essere) (1990), edizioni Beta. (A collection of lyrics.)[6]
  • Messaggio dalla luce (Message from the light) (1998), edizioni libreria Croce.[7]

Statements on art

  • All my Artworks are the masterpiece of my immaterial mind... (Massimo Taccon)[citation needed]
  • My works are collected messages from the soul, and transferred in image to represent an inside world. I pick up feelings and intuitions to reverse them to the exterior, trying to launch a call in this world. What I expect is a definitive inside awakening of whom picks up the call... (Massimo Taccon)[citation needed]

Awards

References

  • Biennale Internazionale dell'Arte Contemporanea. 1999 - Arte Studio - Firenze - p. 571 (Italian)
  • Annuario d'Arte Moderna artisti contemporanei. 2000 - editrice ACCA in Arte - p. 824 (Italian)
  • L'Elite 2001 selezione Arte italiana. - Editrice L'Elite - Varese - p. 602 (Italian)
  • Messaggio dalla Luce. Ismahel (Massimo Taccon). edizioni libreria Croce - Roma - p. 103 (Italian)[7] ISBN 88-87323-07-0 ; ISBN 978-88-87323-07-8
  • Stati d'animo di un giovane qualunque . Massimo Taccon. edizioni Beta - p. 56 (Italian)[6] ISBN 88-85163-60-2 ; ISBN 978-88-85163-60-7
  • Massimo Taccon - Simmetrie: il colore, la linea, il segno, la superficie 2008 - Edizioni "La Taccon Arte" - Roma - p. 70 (Italian)(English)[8]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d 6. (Italian/English) Massimo Taccon - Simmetrie: il colore, la linea, il segno, la superficie 2008 - Edizioni "La Taccon Arte" - Roma - p. 70
  2. ^ a b M.E. (2010-09-17). ""Critical Meditavism" was born". pr-pressrelease.blogsopt.com. http://pr-pressrelease.blogspot.com/2010/09/critical-meditavism-was-born.html. Retrieved 21 September 2010. 
  3. ^ [1] ‘Participating Artists 1999’], La Biennale d'Arte Contemporanea Città di Firenze. Retrieved 29 June 2010.
  4. ^ a b c [2] "Art List Journal" web magazine at utenti.multimania.it - News & Informations from the Art World. Retrieved 29 June 2010 CV Massimo Taccon artist.
  5. ^ [3] W.H.E.F. Department of Art and Culture - Donations. Retrieved 29 June 2010 Ismahel "Abisso Emozionale".
  6. ^ a b [4] Municipal Library "Labronica - Bottini dell'Olio" in the city of Livorno (Italy). Retrieved 1 July 2010 inventory number: 001000158091.
  7. ^ a b [5] Libro Co. Italia S.r.l. Retrieved 5 July 2010 The company specialized in Art and Architecture books - S.Casciano Florence.
  8. ^ [6] "Massimo Taccon - Simmetrie: il colore, la linea, il segno, la superficie". Retrieved 1 July 2010 Press release.

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