Fine Art Illustration Installations by Mario Sughi
- The Color of TimeYvonne Arte Contemporanea, Vicenza, Italy May 9 – 31, 2013
- Figures and LandscapesSesto Senso Art Gallery, Rome, November 6-10, 2012
- Interiors & Exteriors. Realist Contemporary PrintsGreyfriars, Municipal Art Gallery, Waterford, April 5-28, 2012
- Couple The Complex Gallery, Dublin, June 23-29, 2011
- Afternoons Fish Bowl Gallery, Dublin, March 21-27, 2011
- Quiet almost pleasant afternoons Íontas, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, February 7 -March 4, 2011.
- A new sense of emptiness Greenroom Art Gallery, Manchester, September 8 – October 23, 2010
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
- Pressed, Contemporary Prints Concourse House – County Council, Dun Laoghaire, September 5 – 19, 2013
- ‘Signal Open’ 2013, Signal Arts Centre – Bray, Co Wicklow, Ireland July 30- August 11, 2013
- Reality Fluids / Nhow MilanMilan – May 16- October 23, 2013 Impressions 2012
- Print Exhibition at Galway Arts CentreGalway – September 13-October 9, 2012
- RHA 182th Annual Exibition – Dublin, May 28 – August 18, 2012
- 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale “The Italian Pavilion in the World”Italian Institute of Culture – Dublin4 June – September 7, 2011
- NUDE – Blatant Exhibitionism – Galway Arts Festival 2011 The Kenny Gallery, Galway – Ireland July 9 – 30, 2011
- ART FAIRS Affordable Art Fairs, Milan, 7 – 10 March 2013 – Hamburg, November 15-18, October 26-28, 2012
A collection of fine art illustrations by Dublin, Ireland based illustrator Mario Sughi, aka Nerosunero. These large format prints were on display in galleries across Europe.
More Information about Illustrator Mario Sughi, AKA Nerosunero
Mario Sughi aka nerosunero is an Italian artist and illustrator living and working in Dublin, Ireland. His evocative works draw influences from British Pop-Art and old Italian masters, capturing a moment in time where the relationships and players are merely hinted at, leaving the viewer to flesh out the stories in their own imaginations. Mario Sughi's creates his work directly in the computer using a graphic tablet. He relies on his own sketches and photographs as inspiration, but his artistic process means that his work exists only as prints. Mario's fine art portfolio and editorial illustrations have appeared in galleries and publications across Europe.