Michele Tajariol was born in Pordenone in 1985.
He attended the Carrara Academy of Fine Arts, continuing his training in Japan at Tokyo Zokey University. His initial research led him to face the language of sculpture through the reinterpretation of objects that decontextualize spaces or affective places. An idea of sculpture based on the composition of different materials and common objects. The identity of sculpture-object has diverted the artist’s language towards the use of the latter for a performative and photographic purpose, in which he himself compares body and work for a single object of visual synthesis. He exhibits in Italy and abroad, in private and public venues, also collaborating with other artists in the design and construction of installations.
Some of the most important exhibitions of recent years are the following: 2017 Palinsesti, San Vito al Tagliamento; Not Only Decoration Vienna; Spinning the oars, Galleria A. Pizzinato Pordenone; The ring of Cupra, Museum of Fermo; New Horizons, Revoltella Trieste Museum; Confidence interval, GC.AC Municipal Gallery of Contemporary Art of Monfalcone; Walking, art on the way, Tolmezzo; Co: operation garnish, Baltimore Jewelry Center Gallery, Maryland, America; Ibidem, Ado Furlan Foundation, Pordenone; 98th Young Artists Collective, Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation; NASR, Kilowatt Festival, Kilow’art program, Sansepolcro; JCE Jeune Création Européenne, ’13 -’15. Smuggling Anthologies ’13 ’15, MMSU Rijeka (Croatia), Idrija (Slovenia), Trieste Contemporanea (Italy); Francesco Fabbri Award for Emerging Arts, Pieve di Soligo; To be or not to be Premio Terna 05, Tempio di Adriano, Rome.