"In 2022, several of my artworks were shown for the first time at the Berlinische Galerie in Berlin. They were also acquired and now are a part of their permanent collection." 🔥
"Images in Fashion - Clothing in Art"*
18.02.2022 - 30.05.22 Photography, painting and fashion 1900 to Today” in the Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, Germany.
Dr. Thomas Koehler Dir. of the Berlinische Galerie.
Dr. Annelie Lütgens, curator of the exhibition.
Landesmuseum für Moderne
Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur
Stiftung Öffentlichen Rechts
Alte Jakobstraße 124–128
Alyssa De Luccia is a visual artist, who lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Simultaneous dualities is a recurring theme in her work. As an artist, she draws inspiration from unfamiliar environments with the knowledge that everything isn't what it appears to be. Alyssa DeLuccia engages a range of disciplines which include photo-documentation, installation, portraiture, photo-montage and most recently drawing, reflecting her interest in formalism while at the same time following a strong tradition in feminism, surrealism and dadaism. While her work increasingly reflects these influences, in recent times it also leans towards a social and political statement of a society out of balance as well as paying homage to the work of Hannah Hoch, a pioneer of Photomontage and social criticism of mass media.
She has shown in numerous museums and galleries, including The Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, Germany; The Corner at Whitman-Walker, Washington, DC; Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden; the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein; Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery in Paris; and the Brandenburg State Museum in Cottbus, Germany. She has been the recipient of grants and residencies from a range of sources including The MacDowell Colony; KB-Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin; KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin; the Cité des Arts in Paris; Stiftung Kunstfonds from Bonn; Research/ Artist Grant and a Special Scholarship for Fine Arts from the Berlin Senate.
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Installation documentation by Uwe Walter