Inner Strength

Telese’s painting practice focuses on the relationship between human beings and their inner self, expressed and reflected in their natural surroundings. She employs Italian Renaissance techniques from the XV Century such as unione and sfumato, first used by Raffaello Sanzio and Leonardo Da Vinci, whilst maintaining a constant formal and conceptual dialogue with XXI Century aestheticsContinue reading “Inner Strength”

Winter View of the Windmill in Vigur, Ísafjarðardjúp, Iceland

Portable installation Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid 2022 Part of Isidro Lopez-Aparicio’s exhibition “Germinar Sin Fin” 4 February – 24th April 2022 Emilia Telese’s work Winter View of the windmill in Vigur, Ísafjarðardjúp, Iceland was made in response to Antonio Diziani’s “Paesaggio con mulino” (“Landscape with Windmill”)(1750-1790) Museo Lázaro Galdiano inventory number 03471. Vigur is anContinue reading Winter View of the Windmill in Vigur, Ísafjarðardjúp, Iceland

Paranoia Series

Paranoia was a group exhibition Curated by Predrag Pajdic The exhibition was about the proximity of art and life against the backdrop of contemporary politics exploring issues of distrust, suspicion, delusion, fear and terror. Paranoia presented works of international artists exploring the essence of paranoia as one’s deluded interpretation of events, not the perception ofContinue reading “Paranoia Series”


Live Performance 19th July 2002 at Fabrica Gallery, Brighton For the PVA Labculture Bursary week Lighthouse, Brighton UK 14-21 July 2002. In a white space set in the evocative environments of a church, white garments are scattered casually on the floor, together with other objects, reminders of the past and present, different textures, different cultures: underwear, feathers, lace, flowers,Continue reading “Gesture”