Sonntag, 16. April 2023


 Several fine art posters  from my Erotic Portfolio are presented at


April 21, 22 & 23, 2023.

Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

301 Mercer Street (at 3rd Ave N.) Seattle, WA 98109, USA

La Collezione Queer II

 5 photographic works from my portfolio Alex & Anna are presented at

La Collezione Queer II

18 April - 8 May 2023 / Opening: Tuesday 18 April 2023, h17.30 (until h20)

Ospizio Giovani Artisti

via Cernaia 15 – Rome, Italy

Fourth exhibition dedicated, from 2019, by Ospizio Giovani Artisti to 'queer' philosophies and theories. A term difficult to define and explain in a few words. Compared to five years ago, however, the definitions concerning indefinite, fluid. Curator Werther Germondari

Montag, 10. April 2023

VILOMAH: Hidden Loss & Untold Futures

 VILOMAH: Hidden Loss & Untold Futures

Vilomah’ [vee-lo-mah] is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘against the natural order’. It is used to describe a parent who has lost a child; for which there is no word in the English language.

The loss is not only the loss of a child but also of imagined futures and family units; loss of celebrations and life experiences; loss of self through trauma, pain & grief; and in many cases loss or erosion of relationships (partners, friends, family) through extreme change and emotional strain. On top of the emotional impact on individuals, parents and families, there are many layers of societal, cultural, religious and political presumptions/pressures that heavily impact how people can process and share their experiences - bringing feelings of shame, guilt or failure.

Two works based on my own and my wife's personal experience are represented in the exhibition: Hidden Loss & Untold Futures. 

The photo work “Today it would be 32” and the audiovisual work “the HEALING”

The Exhibition runs from

13th-20th April 2023

in Citizens Art Gallery, Blue House Yard

Station Road

(two minute walk from Wood Green Station (Piccadilly Line).

London, N22 7TB, UK

Opening Thursday 13th of April 2023 at 6.30 pm

Weekdays 10-1 & 2–6 / Weekend 11-1 & 2-6

VILOMAH: Hidden Loss & Untold Futures is an exhibition exploring creative  responses to emotional, social, cultural & politically-impacted experiences of pregnancy loss, baby loss & infertility.

The exhibition encompasses all forms of pregnancy/baby loss – infant loss, neonatal loss, stillbirth, termination for medical reasons, abortion, ectopic pregnancy, medical & age-related infertility.Artists are from across the world, offering works from a variety of disciplines, including painting, photography, digital art, textile, prose, poetry, video/film, multi-sensory media.

Motivations: These losses are often hidden away and experienced as a taboo subject, which can lead to a loss feeling minimized-bringing added hurt & pain. As well as a creative & expressive outlet for a difficult subject, this exhibition aims to bring awareness and shed light on the reality of how these losses are experienced across society, culture & history.

Curator: Alice Mary Williamson Jelaska 

Today it would be 32 

Sometimes I see a shadow in the room. A sign of our child which didn't have a chance to be born 32 years ago. 32 years is a long time, but as I said I still see sometimes I see the shadow in the room. In this years the shadow was growing up. From an unborn baby to an adult.

the HEALING  Link:
Processing and coming to terms with loss and grief for a child that never lived


Sonntag, 9. April 2023

Buddhist Art Meditation Journal Issue 3 (April 2023)

Two lino cut prints Black Zen Matter XV and Red Zen 7377 are published in the latest edition of of Buddhist Art Meditation Journal Issue 3 (April 2023)

The prints reflecting my issues with my Self and the thoughts of... To bring rest and peace to a troubled mind within a complex world and... To bring the mind and heart to focus on the essentials

BAM (Buddhist art meditations) is an journal for exchanging ideas on connections between creative and Buddhist practice. It mainly showcases original, personal, creative interpretations of “Buddhist Art”.

Due to my years of living in the Far East I dealt also with Zen Buddhism. For myself I see Zen Buddhism more as a philosophy and less as a religion. Up to day, this has influenced my artistic visions, partly consciously and partly unconsciously

Samstag, 1. April 2023

13th Magmart Festival

 My work The Silence of the Mirrors with Anne Rosenbaum was selected for the 13th Magmart Festival April 1-20, 2023 and will therefore also become part of the permanent collection  of the CAM Museum in Casoria, NA, Italy. The selected videos and films will also be available online on the festival website from April 1st to April 30th 2023. Curator Enrico Tomasseli