Gallery

Rinomina (edition), Paris

Daniela Baldelli, Raphaël Bastide, Tiziana J. Beck, Cécile Bicler, Jonathan Binet, J.Philippe Bretin, Stefano Calligaro, Julien Carreyn, Léo Chalié, Martin Chramosta, Jagna Ciuchta, Jèsus Cruzvillegas, Débora Delmar, Louise Drulhe, Paul-Flavien Enriquez-Sarano, Thomas Fougeirol, Mar García Albert, Berke Goldberg, Margaret Haines, Rodrigo Hernandez, Katharina Hoeglinger, Perce Jerrom, Adrian Lamm, Max Leiss, Markus Lichti, Michail Michailov, Flora Moscovici, Ana Navas, Ambra Pittoni, Prioux & Peixoto, Samir Ramdani, Patricia Reinhard, Hélène Rivière-Davis, Pepo Salazar, Fabio Santacroce, Yoan Sorin, Myles Starr

Daniela Baldelli & Ana Navas

"Amethyst Babyccino“ (2017)
Courtesy : Rinomina and the artists

Ambra Pittoni & Paul-Flavien Enriquez-Sarano

“Air Talking“ (2017)
Courtesy : Rinomina and the artists

Raphaël Bastide and Louise Drulhe

“My Web Is Fucked Up!“ (2018)
Exhibition: Renaming The Web
Courtesy : Rinomina and the artists

For its participation in the ART-O-RAMA 2018, Rinomina presents an exclusive edition of T-shirts with the contribution of the following artists: Stefano Calligaro Abraham Cruzvillegas, Rodrigo Hernandez, Pepo Salazar, Thomas Fougeirol, Ana Navas, Fabio Santacroce, Tiziana Jill Beck Helmut Dorner, Haral Klingelhöller, Franz Ackerman, Ernst Caramelle, J.Philippe Bretin, Vanessa Dziuba, Daniel Jacoby Matt Fishbeck, Raphël Bastide, Cécile Bicler, Martin Chramosta Markus Lichti, Jonathan Binet, Daniela Baldelli, Max Leiss Waldemar Zimbelmann, Rita Ponze de Leon, Renato Leotta, Debora Delmar Corp, and Margaret Haines.

The idea follows the proposal made to Markus Lichti—co-founder of Rinomina—by Olivier Gevart to be part of the exhibition "été 78" in Brussels.
On this occasion, Markus Lichti presented an edition of T-shirts inspired by Alfred Döblin's novel "Berlin Alexanderplatz". The creative process combined with the experimental potential of inkjet-transfer printing technique led the gallery to extend the invitation to other artists. The homogeneous support emphasizes the heterogeneity of the practices from the invited artists.