Madalena Negrone is an Italian artist whose work combines science, energy, movement, rhythm, and metaphysics to visually communicate the complicated nature of existence. Her current series, "Entangled," reveals the artist’s fascination with quantum physics, the contours of her compositions at times seeming to depict the movements of particles through space and time. 

In the words of art critic Andrea Pompili, “The works of art by this singular artist reflect on an unknown present, a present where the future has already passed. [Negrone’s] 'now,' her 'here and now' transmute into obsessive hypnotic gestures where every sense becomes lost in 'anti-time'…  Physical gravity does not intervene here: the spatial trajectories are inferred in the silence and suspension of these evocative paintings, often monochrome, where each of us can feel ourselves as interconnected threads."

Born and raised in Genoa, Italy, Madalena Negrone has painted from an early age. She studied under the tutelage of Gabriele Kutzke, a German-born painter and sculptor. Negrone's work has been widely exhibited in New York and internationally, including a June 2023 solo exhibition at Milan’s Museum of Art and Science. Negrone's work was selected by the Director of the Affordable Art Fair as one of the ten must-see artworks at the fair's Spring 2023 New York edition. She has received critical acclaim in Graphie magazine, and a feature in Rolling Stone Italia is forthcoming.


2024 Solo Exhibition, Tourné Gallery, New York, NY 
2023 Solo Exhibition, Museum of Art and Science, Milan, Italy
2022 Solo Exhibition, Artist's Studio, Genoa, Italy
2019 Group Exhibition, Leonard Tourné Gallery, New York, NY
2019 Group Exhibition, D Studio, Milan, Italy
2018 Group Exhibition, Leonard Tourné Gallery, New York, NY
2018 Group Exhibition, D Studio, Milan, Italy
2017 Group Exhibition, Leonard Tourne Gallery, New York, NY