New York–based artist Reginald Sylvester II presents his first-ever solo exhibition in Italy, courtesy of Fondazione Stelline and curated by Michele Robecchi. The opening of the installation in turn coincides with the publication of Sylvester’s initial monograph with an essay by Michele Robecchi.
Sylvester was in Jacksonville, North Carolina in 1987 and is currently based in New York. He is quickly establishing himself as one of the most promising artists of the latest generation.
Sylvester’s new exhibition, “The Rise and Fall of a People,” captures a particularly pivotal moment in his career, primarily focused on portraiture, the works of art ultimately touch on Biblical themes to address the critical times Western society is currently facing.
“The Rise and Fall of a People”
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