FRAGMENTA is pleased to announce its spring edition with artist Teresa Sciberras, which will be held on 20th March at 11am supported by the Valletta 2018 Foundation.
For the one-day exhibition entitled “HORTUS CONCLUSUS”, Teresa will present works from different periods and in different techniques, which all revolve around the theme of the HORTUS CONCLUSUS or closed garden. For the event, FRAGMENTA will organise a leisurely walk in a garden, accompanied by motifs and texts from the Renaissance to our times, which have inspired Teresa in her painting.
Teresa Sciberras is a visual artist working mainly in painting, drawing and collage. She studied at the University of Malta, Santa Reparata International School of Art in Florence and Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen. Previous exhibitions include New Contemporaries(The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 2008); Research: RSA Awards in Focus (The Royal Scottish Academy Edinburgh, 2009); the Biennale des Jeunes Createurs d’Europe et de la Mediterranee, XIV edition, (Skopje, 2009), A New Generation (St. James Cavalier Centre for Creativity, Valletta, 2010) Little White Lies, (The National Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta, 2012), Kaleidoscope: Contemporary Art from EU Member States (Dublin, 2013) and Good Walls Make Good Neighbours (Valletta International Visual Arts Festival, 2015). She currently lives and works in Malta and teaches at the MCAST Institute for Creative Arts and at the University of Malta