Eduardo Terranova

Eduardo Terranova

New York, NY, United States

About Eduardo Terranova

Born in Cali, Colombia, Eduardo Terranova studied architecture and design at Rhode Island School of Design. His works are known for his reflective and rich-surface visuals. Terranova’s evolving techniques incorporate plaster, burlap, hand stitching, and precious metals that transform two-dimensional surfaces into sculptural works that flawlessly integrate art, design and craft.

Architecture, entropy, landscape and socio-dichotomies are “built” together in his works as light, shadows and an infinity of scintillations emerge to become then, the subject matter of the new relief-like works.

The use of gold, inspired by the pre-Columbian artworks gives Terranova the impetus to create, in the belief that the glitter of metals is more than mere reflections, more than optically perceived phenomena.

Terranova’s work has been exhibited in many galleries in the United States, Europe and Latin America.

He lives and works in New York City.


Education

2006 M.Arch, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, Rhode Island

1998 B.Arch, New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY

Events

ADRIAAN VAN DER PLAS Gallery
June 18 - June 23, 2018

Exhibitions

SELECTED CORPORATE COLLECTIONS
Gourmet Advisory
YAMANA Gold Inc. Toronto Canada
Broad Scale Commercial Bank, Irvine, California
3 Rooms Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hotel Polar Stern, Kuhlungsborn, Germany
Nelson Mullins, New York, NY

COMING UP EXHIBITIONS
2019 Architectural Digest
2019 ICFF
2018 The Other Art Fair




SOLO PROJECTS AND EXHIBITIONS
2015 "Corrugatus Aurea", Albarracin Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2011 "Baltic Images", Polar Stern Gallery, Kuhlungsborn, Germany
"Ha Performance", SITU Dance Company, New York, NY
2010 "The Shamanic Soul", Zelda Albarracin Gallery, New York, NY
"Disappeared and Vanished", Tinney Contemporary, Nashville, TN
2008 “Lost” Haven arts, New York, NY
"Stains", Viridian Artists Gallery, New York
2007 Viridian Artists, New York, NY
"Indelible Coffee", RICHART Gallery, New York, NY
2006 "On Immateriality", Nature Lab Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island
2005 "City Veil", Albarracin Penthouse Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2003 "The Urban Architect", Pleiades Gallery, Chelsea, New York
"Voids and Absence", RICHART Gallery, New York, NY
2002 City Reveiled", Pleiades Gallery, New York, NY
"The invisible I", The Harlem Arts Council, New York, NY
2001 "Urban Chaos and other Orders", The National Arts Club, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2018 Coming up: Architectural Digest, March 2018. See "News" tab for more information
2017 Spectrum Miami-ARTI.NYC Gallery
The Other Art Fair-November 9-12, Brooklyn, NY - See "News" tab for more information
"The Secrete Garden" Studio 7 Gallery at Fort Tilden, Rockaway, NY
June-The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn, NY - See "News" tab for more information
Superfine! Art Fair, New York, NY - See "News" tab for more information
New York Art Expo, Pier 94, NY -April 21-24 (Best New Exhibitor Award)
Chase Edwards Contemporary Fine Art, Bridgehampton, NY
2016 Tinney Contemporary, Nashville, TN
Chase Edwards Contemporary Fine Art, Bridgehampton, NY
2015 Chase Edwards Contemporary Fine Art, Bridgehampton, NY
Albarracin Goyo Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina
New York Art Expo, Pier 94, NY, NY
2014 (e)merge art fair, Washington DC 2014
Allan Poe Center Gallery, Bronx, NY
Wright Auction House, Chicago, IL
The Byrne Gallery, Middleburg, Virginia
2013 (e)merge art fair, Washington DC 2013
Cheryl Hazan Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Oriet Fine Art, Monkton, MD
Sarah Hamlin Hastings, Charleston, SC
2012 "Roots", Cheryl Hazan Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Yamana Executive Galleries, Toronto, Canada
2011 "Baltic Series", Kunsthalle Kuhlungsborn , Kuhlungsborn, Germany
Polar Stern Gallery, Kuhlungsborn, Germany
2010 "Exodus", Latin American Biennial, Lincoln Exhibition Space, The Bronx Museum of Art
Tinney Contemporary, Nashville, TN
"Geometry and Gesture", Elgar Wimmer Gallery, New York, NY
The Providence Art Club, Providence, RI
2009 Elgar Wimmer Gallery, New York, NY
Svenska Konstgalleriet, Malmö, Sweden
Tinney Contemporary, Nashville, TN
2008 Haven arts, New York, New York
“Men on Maps” Haven arts, New York, New York
MOYA, Museum of Young Artists, Vienna, Austria
Crisolart Galleries, Barcelona, Spain
FYR arte contemporanea, Florence, Italy
2007 Viridian Artists, New York, NY