Work

Illustrations and preliminary line drawings produced in pencil, ink and digital media.

Large scale acrylic and oil paintings which incorporate notions related to geometric abstraction, landscape and colour-field painting.  

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Digital paintings and prints which involve concepts related to geology, geometry and colour theory. 

 

Installations which involve the process of projection mapping chromo-stereoscopic digital paintings onto 3D printed land terrain models.

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JP Migneco (1989- ) is an artist who lives and works in Malta. Migneco completed a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Digital Arts degree at the University of Malta before recently completing his first solo exhibition in Valletta.

 

The works that Migneco produces focus primarily on drawing, painting and digital media. His work process involves research, planning and experimentation, due to his interest in bringing different subjects together in order to create a form of interdisciplinary art.

 

Migneco’s work tends to revolve around ideas related to landscape painting, geometry and colour theory. It incorporates a method of reinterpreting images of symbolic objects and locations through the use of illusory colour patterns which are often derived from notions related to modern art, physics, geology and digital technology.

Solo Exhibition:

2018: Chroma Terra, INIALA5. Valletta. Malta.

Group Exhibitions:

2019: Japan Art Fair, Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna. Austria.

2019: Land Politics, Valletta Contemporary, Valletta. Malta.

2017: Extant, Spazju Kreattiv St James Cavalier, Valletta. Malta.

2015: Tikka, Malta College of Arts Science and Technology Institute of Art and Design. Mosta. Malta.

2014: Paper to Screen, Malta College of Arts Science and Technology Institute of Art and Design. Mosta. Malta.

2014: Banif Bank Diary Exhibition, Banif Bank. Siġġiewi. Malta

Collections:

Banif Bank Diary Collection

Press:

2018: http://indulge.com.mt/chromaterra-by-jp-migneco/

2018: https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20181016/arts-entertainment/landscapesexhibition-draws-inspiration-from-map-making.691764

2018: Article, The Malta Art Paper (September-October 2018)

2017: Think Magazine, Artist profile (June 2017)

2015: Half page spread, Maltatoday newspaper (July 2015)

 
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