17 March-17 April 2010. Galleria Giulia is covered with images of saints and ex-votos of eastern and western female divinities which are transformed in unusual ways, some taking on the attributes of the artist herself. In the centre of the gallery are Buddhist prayer rolls, open to a variety of interpretations. Martina Riescher lives and works in Rome, where she graduated in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in 1994.
Address Galleria Giulia, Via della Barchetta 13, tel. 066861443. 10.00-13.00, 16.00-19.30. Sun and Mon closed.
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Martina Riescher. Eyes to touch hands to see.
Galleria Giulia, Via della Barchetta 13, tel. 066861443. 10.00-13.00, 16.00-19.30. Sun and Mon closed.
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