Nathalie Karg Gallery

Carl D’Alvia

Carl D’Alvia (b. 1965 in Sleepy Hollow, New York) is a sculptor that lives and works in Connecticut and New York. D’Alvia’s post-pop resin, bronze and marble sculptures range from the abstract and geometric to the figurative and anthropomorphic. The work often explores dichotomies such as minimal/ornate, industrial/handmade, and comic/tragic. D’Alvia won the Rome Prize in 2012. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions internationally including American Academy in Rome, Italy and The Rhode Island School of Design Museum in Providence, Rhode Island.

Nathalie Karg Exhibitions

Press

Wicked Local, De Cordova Sculpture Park and Museum Announces "Biennial Artists", 2018 Hyperallergic, John Yau, Hair and Mushrooms, Gnarly Paint and Smooth Pours, 2017 New York Magazine, Jerry Saltz, To Do: January 25-February 8, 2017 Bomb Magazine, Laurie Simmons, Carl D'Alvia, 2017 Hyperallergic, Stephen Maine, What Lies Beneath: Carl D'Alvia's Buried Meanings, 2017 Wall Street International, Endless, 2017 Bloomberg, Katya Kazakina, Vixens for $190,000, Phallic Owl, Dazzling Grid: Hot Art, 2013 The Boston Globes, Cate McQuaid, Playing with forms, faces and figures, 2010