Lot - 14 - Nina Silverberg - Rain
Lot - 14 - Nina Silverberg - Rain

Lot - 14 - Nina Silverberg - Rain

Oil on paper


A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Hector Campbell



Silverberg (b. 1994) is an Italian painter living and working in London. She received her BA in Fine Art from City and Guilds of London Art School in 2018.⁣  



BA Hons Fine Art, City and Guilds of London Art School, London  


Solo Shows 


The Library, Soup, London, UK 


Once I Dreamt of a Nest, Creekside Hub, London, UK 


BLIND, Studio Barnum Contemporary, Noto, Italy 


Group Shows 

A Quiet Place a Room in Your Heart, WOAW Gallery, Singapore 

Nina Silverberg and Plum Cloutman, 1969 Gallery, New York 


Holders, Coulisse Gallery, Stockholm 


Untitled Art Fair with 1969 Gallery, Miami  

A Closed Door, a Den, Arusha Gallery, Bruton, UK 

All The Small Things, Soup, London, UK 

Portal, Arusha Gallery, London, UK 

Illuminations, Steve Turner, Los Angeles 


Streams of Consciousness, Phillips w. Particle Collection, Miami 

Noontime Ghosts, Eve Liebe, London, UK  

New Romantics, Phillips w. The Artist Room, Seoul 

Cool, Fresh, Sweet Waters, The Tub, London, UK 


Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

“Silverberg’s paintings are marked by their quiet energy, muted palette and often small scale. Characterised by both a solitary stillness and an implied intimacy, she examines ideas of isolation, sickness and the relationship between interior and exterior worlds. Following a prolonged period of illness in her early adulthood, the artist’s subjects frequently include timeless signifiers of human care and comfort. Sick beds serve as analogous self-portraits; silhouetted structures act as architectural archetypes of the Mediterranean home; gloves personify a fashion-forward approach to protection or precaution; and, most recently, books embody an escape to that inviting inner realm. At once melancholic and reassuring, they suggest an inherent frailty and offer empowerment as a coping mechanism against our contemporary condition.⁣”

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