ABOUT THE ARTIST
Marc Savior’s paintings describe unseen solitude places on the edge of destruction.
Dark and mysterious environments, where the intimate experience is exposed, unraveling a sense of our inner discontentment.
While much of the imagery in his work is in fact drawn from things observed during his experiences, the material itself is often even more so.
Marc’s surfaces are held together by a network of well-understood sequences of color, along with a torturous process and crude precision.
I have always been intensely focussed on “self-transformation”. It’s a recurring theme found in my work, which has lately been heavily influenced by personal experiences and observations on life in urban environments.
2018 - Modern Panic 8 group exhibtion, London UK
2017 - Modern Panic 7 group exhibition, London UK
2017 - Winter Art Salon Strasbourg 2017, Strasbourg France
2016 - Solo Exhibition “Dark World”, Gallon Studio Hökarängsplan 14 Stockholm Sweden
2013/14 – Stockholm Supermarket Art Fair Gallery Group Exhibition, Svarthuset Stockholm Sweden
2012 – Solo Exhibition “Dark Matter”, Go-Cart Gallery Visby Sweden
2011 – Gallery Members Group Summer Exhibition, Go-Cart Gallery Visby Sweden
2006/10 – Open Air Art Exhibition, London UK (every sunday)
2009/10 - Members Group Exhibition, Skylark Gallery 5, Gabriels Wharf, London UK
2008 - SKIN: aid of Against Malaria Foundation, The Jago 77 Red Church Street, London UK
2007 - Novas Summer Show 2007 Novas Gallery Camden Town London, UK
2004 - 2007 ‘ Bayswater Open Air Art Exhibition ’ London UK
2001 - Open Studio Solo Exhibition ’ 5 pointz, 45-46 Davis St, Long Island New York City
2000 - Faces ’ benefit for the Aids Network; Edmonton Canada
1999 - Art From The Unknown’ Edmonton Canada
1998 - Art Walk 96 ’ Red Deer Canada
1996 - Dare To Be Different ’ Red Deer Canada
1995 - Salon Show ’ Red Deer Alberta Canada
1994 - Student Exhibition Summer Show, Medicine Hat Canada
1993 - Joint Student Exhibition” Alberta College of Art, Calgary Alberta Canada
1993 - Third Year Student Exhibition” Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat Alberta Canada