mianki.Gallery Berlin
Anna Matola
Anna Matola

Birgit Borggrebe

Heike Endemann

Edith Held

Douglas James Johnson

Thomas Möller


Barbara Schmitz-Becker

Jochen Schneider

Anna Matola has found a particularly unique form of expression for her impressive creative potential: she sculpts with clay, ceramic, porcelain.

Anna Matola is interested in people, their diversity, their faces and their characters that are found in different places in everyday life: in the subway, at the movies, on a park bench, in the queue in front of a museum, at the weekly market.

To illustrate the human characters and behavior, which she observed in these situations, she mainly uses elements from the animal world. The animal, as a impressive visual transformer. Immediately it brings the expression of the hidden human aspects, of its character in a simple and understandable way. Especially in the presentation of her hybrid figures, half human, half animal, we impressively experience the associated identities.

With her sculptures, Anna Matola confronts us with the core question of personal identity and what it constitutes. How do we define our identity anyway? Through our memory, our consciousness, socially or simply through our biology?

Anna Matola

* 1957, Salerno, Italien

lebt und arbeitet in Albissola Marina, Ligurien, Italien


2001 – 2002

Studium der Bildhauerei bei Salvatore Cipolla, Sesto Fiorentino (Florenz), und Sandro Lorenzini, Savona


L’asino (der Esel), 2012

Terracotta, engobiert

50 x 32 x 40 cm

Il Coccodrillo (das Krokodil), 2012 Terracotta, engobiert

42 x 32 x 40 cm

Dylan Dog Uhr, 2012

Terracotta, engobiert

49 x 43 x 39 cm

D. D. Serie 1 – 9, 2013

Terracotta, engobiert

je 36 cm



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