Biennale Arte 2019

Venice Week 6. May -12. may 2019


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Biennale Arte 2019
58th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia
May You Live in Interesting Times
Curator: Ralph Rugoff

Preview: May 8th, 9th and 10th May
11th to November 24th, 2019
Venice – Arsenale and Gardini
https://www.labiennale.org/en/art/2019
BiennaleArte2019 #MayYouLiveInInterestingTimes
https://estherartnewsletter.wordpress.com/2018/07/18/biennale-arte-2019/ Biennale Arte 2019
58th International Art Exhibition
La Biennale di Venezia
May You Live in Interesting Times

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Curator: Ralph Rugoff
Preview: May 8th, 9th and 10th
Venice  – Arsenale and Giardini
11. Mai – 24. November 2019
May 11th to November 24th, 2019
https://www.labiennale.org/en/art/2019#BiennaleArte2019  #MayYouLiveInInterestingTimes

https://universes.art/de/biennale-venedig/2019/pavilions/

Giardini


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AUSTRIAN PAVILION / ÖSTERREICHISCHER PAVILLON
BIENNALE ARTE 2019 58th International Art Exhibition
RENATE BERTLMANN represents Austria
at the 58th Biennale di Venezia !
Kuratorin / Curator :
FELICITAS THUN-HOHENSTEIN

Professional Preview: 8.—10. Mai 2019
Pressekonferenz Österreichischen Pavillons
Thursday, 9. Mai 2019 | 1 pm
Eröffnung: Opening: Donnerstag, 9. Mai 2019 | 1 Uhr
Thursday, 9. Juni 2019 | 1 pm
Begrußung Es sprechen: Gernot Blumel
Bundesminister fur EU, Kunst, Kultur und Medien
Felicitas Thun-Hohenstein
Kuratorin des österreichischen Beitrags auf der Biennale Arte 2019
Renate Bertlmann Kunstlerin
Moderation: Ana Berlin a b c / Presse
Ausstellung: Exhibition: 11. May — 24. November 2019
Giardini della Biennale
Sestiere Castello, 30122 Venedig, Italien
https://www.biennalearte.at/de
https://www.labiennale.org
https://estherartnewsletter.wordpress.com/2018/06/05/austrian-pavilion19/


Australien
Künstlerin: Angelica Mesiti
Kuratorin: Juliana Engberg
Kommissar: Australia Council for the Arts


Belgien
Künstler: Jos De Gruyter und Harald Thys
Kuratorin: Anne-Claire Schmitz
  Giardini

 THE BRAZILIAN PAVILION AT THE 58TH VENICE BIENNALE
CURATED BY GABRIEL PÉREZ-BARREIRO
WORKS BY:
BÁRBARA WAGNER & BENJAMIN DE BURCA
SWINGUERRA
Commissioned by José Olympio da Veiga Pereira,

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President of Fundação Bienal de São Paulo

press presentation:
Wednesday 8 May 2019 | 1pm
11. May -24. Nov 2019
Giardini Castello, Padiglione Brasile,
30122, Venice, Italy
http://www.bienal.org.br/post/6394

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British Pavilion- British Council
GREAT BRITAIN AT THE 58th INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
CATHY WILKES
Curator Zoe Whitley

Preview days: 8 May – 10 May 2019
11 May – 24 November 2019
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#BritishPavilion
https://venicebiennale.britishcouncil.org/

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Canada Pavilion
at La Biennale di Venezia, 2019 58th International Art Exhibition.
ISUMA
Artist collective Isuma to represent Canada
led by Zacharias Kunuk and Norman Cohn,

Press event: Wednesday 8 May 2019 | 1.30pm
Vernissage: Wednesday 8 May 2019 | 2.30pm
Curators: Asinnajaq, Catherine Crowston,
Barbara Fischer, Candice Hopkins
and Josée Drouin-Brisebois
Commissioner: The National Gallery of Canada
Exhibition: 11 May – 24 Nov 2019
Giardini
https://www.gallery.ca/wha…/around-the-world/venice-biennale

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CZECH AND SLOVAK PAVILION
AT THE 58TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION – LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
THE CZECH REPUBLIC PRESENTS
STANISLAV KOLÍBAL: FORMER UNCERTAIN INDICATED
Curator: Dieter Bogner
Pavilion commissioner: National Gallery Prague, Adam Budak

Press conference: 8 May 2019 | 1 p.m.
May 11 – November 24, 2019
Giardini di Castello, Venice
https://www.ngprague.cz/en/la-biennale-di-venezia
https://www.labiennale.org/en/

Dänemark
Künstlerin: Larissa Sansour
Kuratorin: Nat Muller
Kommissar: Danish Arts Foundation
  Giardini

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DEUTSCHER PAVILLON 2019
La Biennale di Venezia
58. INTERNATIONALE KUNSTAUSSTELLUNG
Künstler*in: Natascha Süder Happelmann
Kuratorin: Franciska Zólyom
Kommissar: ifa
Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen
im Auftrag des Auswärtigen Amts.

Preview Biennale Arte 2019: 8.–10. Mai 2019
  Eröffnung 10. Mai 2019 | 15 Uhr
JESSICA EKOMANE
KOOPERATIVE FÜR DARSTELLUNGS POLITIK MAURICE LOUCA
DJ MARF OX JAKO MARON
TISHA MUKARJI MAZIYAR PAHLEVAN
SUSANNE SACHSSE ELNAZ SEYEDI
Ausstellung: 11. Mai – 24. November 2019
Giardini della Biennale
Sestiere Castello, 30122 Venezia
https://deutscher-pavillon.org/
https://www.facebook.com/DeutscherPavillonBiennaleVenedig
@natascha.sueder.happelmann

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Pavilion of Israel
at the 58th International Art Exhibition
La Biennale di Venezia

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Field Hospital X | בית-חולים שדה X”
AYA BEN RON – FIELD HOSPITAL X
Curator: Avi Lubin

Press Preview: 8 – 10 May 2019
Press conference: 8. May 2019 | 3.30pm
Opening: 10. May 2019 | 1 pm
May 11–November 24, 2019
Giardini della Biennale – Venezia
http://fieldhospitalx.org/press/
http://ayabenron.com/venice-bienalle-2019/#
www.fieldhospitalX.org
Instagram @fieldhospitalX
https://estherartnewsletter.wordpress.com/2019/04/27/ayabenron_fieldhospitalx/


opening: 10. May 2019 | 1pm
11 May 2019 — 24 Nov 2019
Giardini, Venice, 30122 Italy
http://ayabenron.com/venice-bienalle-2019/#

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Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2019.
Neither Nor: The challenge to the Labyrinth

Preview: 8. 9. and 10. May 2019
Curated by Milovan Farronato
ARTISTS
ENRICO DAVID – CHIARA FUMAI – LILIANA MORO
Commissioner: Federica Galloni, Director General DGAAP
Exhibition: May 11–November 24, 2019
Arsenale Venice Italy
https://www.neithernor.it/en/

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Finnland

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Pavilion of Finland
at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
The Miracle Workers Collective: A Greater Miracle of Perception
Kommissar: Frame Contemporary Art Finland
Press Conference: Wednesday 8 May 2019 | 11am. Venice Performance Iteration: Friday 10 May 2019 | 2-6pm. Commissioner: Raija Koli, Director Frame Contemporary Art Finland. Curators: Giovanna Esposito Yussif, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Christopher Wessels. Exhibition: 11.05.- 24.11.2019 Giardini, Alvar Aalto Pavilion

Venice Biennale 2019
#FINLANDINVENICE2019 #MIRACLEWORKERSCOLLECTIVE    

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French Pavillion
at the 58th International Art Exhibition
of la Biennale di Venezia in 2019
Laure Prouvost represents France

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DEEP SEE BLUE SURROUNDING YOU
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CURATED BYMARTHA KIRSZENBAUM

PROFESSIONAL DAYS 8–10 MAY 2019
Opening: 8. May 2019 | 17 pm
EXHIBITION 11 MAY– 24 NOVEMBER 2019
Giardini della Biennale
https://www.if.institutfrancais.com/en/institutional-news/laure-prouvost-represents-france-at-the-58th-international-art-exhibition-la

Griechenland
Künstler: Panos Charalambous, Eva Stefani, Zafos Xagoraris
Kuratorin: Katerina Tselou
  Giardini


Japan
Künstler: Motoyuki Shitamichi, Taro Yasuno, Toshiaki Ishikura, Fuminori Nousaku
Kurator: Hiroyuki Hattori
Kommissar: Japan Foundation
  Giardini


Kanada
Aussteller: Inuit Kollektiv Isuma, geleitet von Zacharias Kunuk und Norman Cohn.
Kuratoren: Asinnajaq, Catherine Crowston, Barbara Fischer, Candice Hopkins, Josée Drouin-Brisebois
Kommissar: National Gallery of Canada
  Giardini

Korea
Künstler: Hwayeon Nam, Siren Eun Young Jung, Jane Jin Kaisen
Kuratorin: Hyunjin Kim
Kommissar: Arts Council Korea (ARKO)
  Giardini


Niederlande
Künstler: Remy Jungerman und Iris Kensmil
Kurator: Benno Tempel
Kommissar: Mondriaan Fund
  Giardini


Nordischer Pavillon (Finnland – Norwegen – Schweden)
Künstlerinnen: Duo Nabbteeri (Janne Nabb & Maria Teeri), Ane Graff, Ingela Ihrmann
Kuratorinnen: Piia Oksanen, Leevi Haapala
Kommisarinnen: Katya García-Antón, Ann-Sofi Noring
  Giardini

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 Nordic Pavilion at Venice Biennale in 2019
Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
Kiasma at Venice Biennale
Weather Report: Forecasting Future

Exhibition: 11.05.- 24.11.2019
Giardini di Castello VenicenItaly
https://kiasma.fi/en/exhibitions/kiasma-at-venice-biennale/


Rumänien
Künstler: Simion Fainaru, Dan Mihaltianu, Miklós Onucsán
Kurator: Cristian Nae
  Giardini Russian Pavilion Russian Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale presents LC. 15: 11-32 Exhibitors: ALEXANDER SOKUROV, ALEXANDER SHISHKIN-HOKUSAI

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Opening ceremony: Wednesday, 8 May 2019 | 3pm. Commissioned by Semyon Mikhailovsky Curator: Mikhail Piotrovsky, The State Hermitage Museum. 11 May – 24 November 2019 Giardini https://www.ruspavilion.com/ Instagram: @ruspavilion Facebook: @ruspavilion Tags: #RussianPavilion2019 #Lc151132  

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Pavilion of Switzerland Giardini
Moving Backwards
by Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz

Press Preview:  8, 9, 10 May 2019
press event : Wednesday 8 May 2019 | 2- 2:45 pm
Introduction by Sabina Schwarzenbach,
Head of Communications, Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia
2:10 pm: Conversation between Charlotte Laubard,
Curator Swiss Pavilion 2019, and Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz,
Artists Swiss Pavilion 2019,
Moderated by Marianne Burki,
Head of Visual Arts, Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia
Salon Suisse
1 opening: Saturday 11 May 2019 | 3 – 11pm
Salon Suisse 2: 19 -18- 21 September 2019
Salon Suisse 3: 17 -18- 19 October 2019
Salon Suisse 4: 21 -22- 23 November 2019
Exhibition: 11 May – 24 November 2019
Giardini della Biennale, Venice
https://www.boudry-lorenz.de
https://www.biennials.ch
https://www.prohelvetia.ch
https://biennials.ch/home/Biennial.aspx?BiennialId=77

at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
Moving Backwards
Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz
Press conference: Wednesday, 8 May 2019 | 2pm
Official opening: Thursday, 9 May 2019 | 2.30pm
Pre-opening: 8 to 10 May 2019
Curator: Charlotte Laubard
Commissioner: Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia – Marianne Burki,
Head of Visual Arts; Sandi Paucic, Project Leader;
Rachele Giudici Legittimo, Project Coordinator
Exhibition: 11 May to 24 November 2019
Pavilion of Switzerland,
Giardini della Biennale, Venice
https://www.boudry-lorenz.de
https://www.biennials.ch
https://www.prohelvetia.ch


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Pre-opening: 8 – 10 May 2019 11 May – 24 November 2019 Giardini della Biennale. Sestiere Castello, 30122. Venice. Italy http://www.xn--crticaymetacomentario-u7b.net/

 Tschechische Republik
Künstler: Stanislav Kolíbal
Kurator: Dieter Bogner
Kommissar: Adam Budak, Nationalgalerie Prag
  Tschechischer und Slowakischer Pavillon, Giardini


Ungarn
Künstler: Tamás Waliczky
Kuratorin: Zsuzsanna Szegedy-Maszák
Kommissarin: Julia Fabényi
  Giardini


USA
Künstler: Martin Puryear
Kuratorin: Brooke Kamin Rapaport
Kommissar: Madison Square Park Conservancy, New York City
  Giardini

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U.S. Pavilion
UNITED STATES AT BIENNALE ARTE 2019
MARTIN PURYEAR Liberty / Libertà

Press Conference:
Thursday, May 9 | 11 a.m.
U.S. Pavilion Presented
by Madison Square Park Conservancy, New York
Commissioned and curated by Brooke Kamin Rapaport
May 11 – November 24, 2019
Sestiere Castello, 30122 Venedig,
https://www.martinpuryearvenice2019.org/

Arsenale


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 Albanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale
Driant Zeneli
Maybe the cosmos is not so extraordinary

Opening: 10. May 2019 | 2:30pm
curated by Alicia Knock.
Claudia Buizza, assistant curator
May 11–November 24, 2019
Arsenale Artiglierie , 30122 Venice Italy
http://driantzeneli.com/albanian-pavilion-2019/
kultura.gov.al
 https://www.instagram.com/albanianpavilion2019/

 Argentinien
Künstlerin: Mariana Telleria
Kuratorin: Florencia Battiti
  Arsenale, Sale d’Armi

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PAVILION OF CHILE
58TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
ALTERED VIEWS
by Voluspa Jarpa
Curated by Agustín Pérez Rubio

Pre-opening Days: May 8-9-10, 2019
Press Preview and Opening Ceremony:
9. May 2019 | 11.30am
11 May 2019 — 24 Nov 2019
Kommissar: Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes, Chile
Arsenale, Artiglierie Venice, 30122 Italy
http://myartguides.com/national-participations/chile-2019/ 

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India Pavilion
at the 58th International Art Exhibition at
La Biennale di Venezia.
“Our Time for a Future Caring”

Opening: 08/05/2019 | 3 pm
Artists: Nandalal Bose, Atul Dodiya, GR Iranna, Rummana Hussain, Jitish KALLAT,

Shakuntala Kulkarni, Ashim Purkayastha
Organisers: Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India and Confederation of Indian Industry
Commissioner: Director General National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi
Principal Partner & Curator: Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
11 May 2019 — 24 Nov 2019
Arsenale
https://www.labiennale.org/it

Indonesien
Künstler: Handiwirman Saputra, Syagini Ratna Wulan
Kurator: Asmudjo Jono Irianto. Ko-Kurator: Yacobus Ari Respati
  Arsenale


Irland
Künstlerin: Eva Rothschild
Kuratorin: Mary Cremin
  Arsenale, Artiglierie


Italien
Künstler: Enrico David, Chiara Fumai, Liliana Moro
Kurator: Milovan Farronato
Kommissar: Direzione Generale Arte e Architettura Contemporanea e Periferie Urbane,

Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo
  Arsenale, Tese delle Vergini


Luxemburg
Künstler: Marco Godinho
  Arsenale


Madagaskar
Künstler: Joël Andrianomearisoa
Kuratoren: Emmanuel Daydé, Rina Ralay-Ranaivo
Produzenten: Ministry of Culture of Madagascar,

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BIENNALE ARTE 2019 58th International Art Exhibition
MADAGASCAR PAVILION
JOËL ANDRIANOMEARISOA
I HAVE FORGOTTEN THE NIGHT
Curators Rina Ralay Ranaivo Emmanuel Daydé
Opening: 9. May 2019 | 11 am Curators: Rina Ralay Ranaivo Emmanuel Daydé Producers Kantoko Revue Noire Exhibition: 11 May – 24 November 2019 Arsenale, Artiglierie http://madagascarpavilionvenice.org/ #MadagascarPavilion #Ihaveforgottenthenight #JoelAndrianomearisoa


Malta
Künstler: Vince Briffa, Klitsa Antoniou, Trevor Borg
Kuratorin: Hesperia Iliadou
Kommissar: Arts Council Malta
  Arsenale, Artiglierie


Mexiko
Künstler: Pablo Vargas Lugo
Kuratorin: Magalí Arriola
Kommissar: Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes
  Arsenale, Sale d’Armi

 Peru
Künstler: Cristhian Bendayán
Kurator: Gustavo Buntinx
Kommissar: Patronato Cultural del Perú
  Arsenale, Sale d’Armi


Philippinen
Künstler: Mark Justiniani
Kuratorin: Tessa Maria Guazon
  Arsenale

Schottland
Künstlerin: Charlotte Prodger
Kuratorin, Kommissar: Linsey Young mit Cove Park
Arsenale Docks, S. Pietro di Castello, 40

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 The 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
Charlotte Prodger’s Scotland + Venice
Collateral Event

Preview: Thursday 9 May 2019 | 14-17:30 pm
Commissioned and curated
by Linsey Young with Cove Park,
Exhibition: 11 May – 24 November 2019
Arsenale Docks
S. Pietro di Castello, 40, 30122 Venezia VE, Italy
@ScotlandVenice / #ScotlandVenice /
https://scotlandandvenice.com/
https://www.labiennale.org/en/art/2019/
Vaporetto stops: Giardini, Arsenale or S. Pietro di Castello


Singapur
Künstler: Song-Ming Ang
Kuratorin: Michelle Ho
Kommissar: National Arts Council Singapore
Arsenale, Sale d’Armi


Slowenien
Künstler: Marko Peljhan
Kurator: Igor Španjol
Kommissarin: Zdenka Badovinac
  Arsenale

Türkei
Künstlerin: İnci Eviner
Kuratorin: Zeynep Öz
Kommissar: Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV)
  Arsenale, Sale d’Armi

Vereinigte Arabische Emirate
Künstlerin: Nujoom Alghanem
Kuratoren: Sam Bardaouil & Till Fellrath
Kommissar: The Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation
Arsenale, Sale d’Armi
Spezielles Feature in UiU

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 Pavilion of Andorra
at the 58th International Art Exhibition
La Biennale di Venezia
Philippe Shangti
The Future is Now / El futur és ara
Commissioner: Eva Martínez “Zoe”
Curators: Ivan Sansa, Paolo De Grandis

Commissioner: Eva Martínez “Zoe”
Curators: Ivan Sansa, Paolo De Grandis
Olga Gelabert Fàbrega
The Minister of Culture, Youth & Sports of the Government of Andorra
Official opening: Thursday 9 May 2019 | 7 p.m.
Exhibition: 11 May – 24 November 2019
Istituto S. Maria della Pietà,
Riva degli Schiavoni, Castello 3701
https://www.andorrabiennale.ad/
www.cultura.ad

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THE NATIONAL PAVILION OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
58th INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION
— LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
FIND YOURSELF: CARNIVAL AND RESISTANCE

Commissioner: Daryll Matthew, Minister of Sports, Culture, National Festivals and the Arts.
BARBARA PACA, Ph.D., O.B.E.,
WITH NINA KHRUSHCHEVA, Ph.D.
Pre – opening: FRIDAY, 10 MAY 2019 | 5 – 7 pm
Exhibitors: Timothy Payne, Sir Gerald Price,
Joseph Seton, and Frank Walter; Intangible Cultural, Heritage Artisans and Mas Troup.
Curator Barbara Paca, O.B.E
Co-Curators Luigi de Marzi and Marco Pianegonda
11 May – 24 November 2019
Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli,
DORSODURO 919, Venice 30123
Vaporetto: Zattere
https://www.antiguabarbudavenice.com/
@antiguabarbudavenice
https://estherartnewsletter.wordpress.com/2019/04/29/antiguabarbudavenice19/


Bosnien und Herzegowina
Künstlerin: Danica Dakić
Kuratorinnen: Anja Bogojević, Amila Puzić, Claudia Zini
Kommissar: Ars Aevi Museum of Contemporary Art Sarajevo
  Palazzo Ca’ Bernardo, San Polo


Grenada
Künstler: Billy Gerard Frank, Dave Lewis, Shevone Neckles, Amy Cannestra
Kurator: Daniele Radini Tedeschi
Kommissarin: Susan Mains
  Palazzo Albrizzi, Cannaregio


Estland
Künstlerin: Kris Lemsalu
Kommissar: Center for Contemporary Arts
Ort: Spazio Punch, Insel Giudecca


Georgien
Künstlerin: Anna K.E.
Kuratorin: Margot Norton
Kommissar: Project ArtBeat


Hongkong
Künstlerin: Shirley Tse
Kuratorin: Christina Li
Veranstalter: M+, West Kowloon Cultural District; Hong Kong Arts Development Council
Ort: Campo della Tana, Castello 2126-30122


Island
Künstlerin: Shoplifter (Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir)
Kuratorin: Birta Guðjónsdóttir

Katalonien
Teilnehmer: David Bestué, Marcel Borràs, Albert Garcia-Alzórriz, Tiziano Schürch, Dolors Magallón
Kurator: Pedro Azara
Veranstalter: Institut Ramon Llull
Ort: Cantieri Navali, Castello, 40 (Calle Quintavalle)


Litauen

Lithuanian Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale
SUN & SEA (MARINA)
Artist: Rugile Barzdžiukaite, Vaiva Grainyte,
Lina Lapelyte
curated by Lucia Pietroiusti
Assistant Curator: Caterina Avataneo.
Kommissare: Jean Baptiste Joly, Rasa Antanavičiūtė
organised by Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts.
Vernissage: May 8-10, 2019
Opening Events Vernissage
10.5.2019 | 16 pm
Opening Talk Daisy Hildyard
Performance 10am-8pm
May 11- October 31, 2019
Installation Tue-Sun, 10am-6pm
Performance every Saturday 10am-6pm
Marina Militare,
Fondamenta Case Nuove 2738c, Venice, Italy
https://www.sunandsea.lt/en
@sunandsea_lt
https://www.facebook.com/operasunandsea/


Mongolei
Künstler: Erdenebayar Jantsankhorol; interdisziplinäres Gruppenprojekt
Obertongesang und elektronischer Sound von Carsten Nicolai
Kuratorin: Gantuya Badamgarav


Neuseeland
Künstler: Dane Mitchell
Kuratoren: Zara Stanhope, Chris Sharp
Kommissarin: Dame Jenny Gibbs
Ort: Palazzina Canonica, Riva Sette Martiri, Castello 1364/A


Taiwan
Künstlerin: Shu Lea Cheang
Kurator: Paul B. Preciado
Kommissar: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
Ort: Palazzo delle Prigioni, San Marco
Spezielles Feature in UiU


Wales
Künstler: Sean Edwards
Kuratorin: Marie-Anne McQuay Kommissar: Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham


Zypern
Künstler: Christoforos Savva (1924 – 1968)
Kurator: Jacopo Crivelli Visconti
Kommissar: Kulturabteilung des Ministeriums für Bildung und Kultur
Ort: Associazione Culturale Spiazzi, Castello 3865

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mumok – Museum moderner Kunst
Vertigo
Op Art und eine Geschichte des Schwindels
1520–1970
Pressekonferenz:
Freitag, 24. Mai 2019 | 10 Uhr
Eröffnung: Opening:
Freitag, 24. Mai 2019 | 19 Uhr
Kuratiert von Eva Badura-Triska
und Markus Wörgötter
Ausstellung: Exhibition:
25. Mai – 26. Oktober 2019
Stiftung Ludwig Wien
Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
https://www.mumok.at/de/vertigo

Marina Apollonio
Spazio Ad Attivazione Cinetica 6B, 1966–2015
Courtesy Photo: Lauren Glazer © Marina Apollonio

Unter den bahnbrechenden Kunstströmungen der 1950er- und 1960er-Jahre wurde der Op Art bislang die geringste Aufmerksamkeit zuteil. Man hat sie häufig als zu spektakulär und daher als oberflächlich deklassiert. Zu Unrecht, denn die Op Art schärft das Bewusstsein für die Ambivalenz der Wirklichkeit und führt buchstäblich vor Augen, dass die Wahrnehmung nicht objektiv ist, sondern einfach zu destabi-lisieren und zu täuschen. Sie ist vom Standpunkt der jeweiligen Betrachter_innen abhängig—mit allen erkenntnistheoretischen Konsequenzen.

Vertigo
Op Art und eine Geschichte des Schwindels 1520—1970

Die Ausstellung Vertigo. Op Art und eine Geschichte des Schwindels 1520—1970 eröffnet ein Vexierspiel der Sinne, das von Tafelbildern, Reliefs und (kinetischen) Objekten über installative Arbeiten und Erfahrungsräume bis hin zu Film und computer- generierter bzw. -gesteuerter Kunst ein breites Spektrum an künstlerischen Arbeiten umfasst.

Erika Giovanna Klien Diving Bird, 1939 (Tauchender Vogel)
Öl auf Leinwand / Oil on canvas 111 x 96 cm © Belvedere, Wien

Fur den Ausstellungstitel stand Alfred Hitchcocks berühmter Film aus dem Jahr 1958 Pate. Wie die Ausstellung operierte der Film mit der Doppeldeutigkeit des Begriffs Vertigo/Schwindel als physischem Phänomen sowie sinnlicher und kognitiver Täuschung. Die Hauptfigur „Scottie“ leidet an Höhenangst und Schwindelgefühlen, was dazu führt, dass man sie auch auf inhaltlicher Ebene „be-schwindeln“ kann. Legendär ist die als „Vertigo-Effekt“ in die Filmgeschichte eingegangene Kameraführung, die bei der Schlüsselszene auf der Treppe im Turm den Blick in den Abgrund als spektakulär destabilisierende, spiralförmige Sogwirkung inszeniert. Nicht nur bei der Filmfigur löst diese Sequenz physische Reaktionen aus, sondern auch bei den Zuseher_ innen. Ebenfalls legendär wurde der Vorspann zum Film mit seiner Totalen auf ein Auge, in dem sich eine Spirale zu drehen beginnt, die schließlich in ein abstraktes Spiel unendlich anmutender Spiralbewegungen übergeht. Der Vorspann stammt von dem Designer Saul Bass sowie dem Animationskünstler James Whitney, einem Pionier des abstrakten Films und der Animationstechnik, der auch in der Ausstellung vertreten ist.

Gianni Colombo After Structures, 1966–67
Galleria l’Obelisco, Roma, 1966 Archivio Gianni Colombo, Milano

Werke der Op Art richten sich keineswegs nur an den Sehsinn, sondern vermitteln Erfahrungen, die den gesamten Körper affizieren. Nicht von ungefähr betitelt Bridget Riley, ihre Bilder mit Begriffen wie Blaze, Static, Cateract, Hesitate oder Climax, Bezeichnungen für extreme physische Erfahrungen. Tony Conrad wiederum, setzte die Betrachter_innen seines Flickerfilms der Gefahr epileptischer Anfälle aus. Um die intendierten Wirkungen herbeizuführen, verlangen die Op Art und ihr verbundene Formen kinetischer Kunst zudem die Bewegung der Betrachter_innen vor dem Werk, beziehungsweise in Relation zu diesem.

Eine theoretische Fundierung findet dieser Ansatz unter anderem bei Umberto Eco, der in seinem Buch Opera Aperta (1962) die Betrachter_innen als aktive Teilneh-mer_innen an der Konstituierung der Werke—ja sogar als notwendige Bedingung für deren Vollendung—erkannte. Mit dieser Überlegung sollte Eco als Denker sowie die Op Art als künstlerische Bewegung zu frühen Protagonisten der partizipa- tiven Kunst der zweiten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts wie des postmodernen Denkens überhaupt werden. Bezeichnenderweise wird Umberto Eco mit seinem ebenfalls 1962 erschienenen Text Arte programmata auch zu einem frühen Theoretiker der Op Art.

Formal betrachtet sind die überwiegend mit geometrischem Vokabular operierenden Werke der Op Art Teil der, das 20. Jahrhundert durchziehenden, Tradition abstrakt-kon- kreter Kunst, zu der auch die in den 1960er-Jahren (und damit zeitlich später) auf den Plan tretende Minimal Art zählt. Von dieser unterscheiden sie sich aber durch ihr prononciertes Verlassen der Komfortzone des harmonischen Maßes zugunsten heftiger Effekte, Verzerrungen und anderer Formen sensorischer Überforderung.

Aleksandar Srnec Luminoplastics, 1967
Marinko Sudac Collection, Zagreb Foto: Markus Wörgötter

Die Op Art ist somit dem Prinzip des Anti-Klassischen verpflichtet, weswegen die Aus- stellungskurator_innen sie als Manierismus der konkreten Kunst begreifen. In diesem Sinne werden anhand präzise ausgewählter Referenzwerke Bezüge zu Beispielen antiklassischer Kunst des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts hergestellt sowie zu Vorläuferpositi- onen in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Diese veranschaulichen, dass sich die Auseinandersetzung mit vibrierenden Mustern, pulsierenden, flüchtigen Nachbildern, paradoxen Raumillusionen, Anamorphosen, Moiré- und Umspringeffekten ebenso wie andere Methoden optischer Täuschung, aber auch körperlicher Affizierung bereits in früheren Epochen jeweils als Gegenpole zu Konzepten einer „Klassik“ finden.

Das Ausstellungsdisplay in Form eines Labyrinths, ein im Manierismus, aber auch in der Op Art wiederholt verwendeter Topos, greift das Spiel der Täuschungen und Sinnesverwirrungen auf.

Die Ausstellung wurde vom mumok initiiert und wird in Kooperation mit dem Kunst- museum Stuttgart realisiert, wo sie Ende 2019 gezeigt wird. Vertigo. Op Art und eine Geschichte des Schwindels 1520—1970 wird von der Art Mentor Foundation Lucerne großzügig unterstützt.

Künstler_innen: Marc Adrian, Josef Albers, Giovanni Anceschi, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Marina Apollonio, Alberto Biasi, Hartmut Böhm, Martha Boto, Gianni Colombo, Tony Conrad, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Dadamaino, Gabriele De Vecchi, Lucia di Luciano, Jean Du Breuil, Marcel Duchamp, Herbert W. Franke, Roland K. Fuchshuber, Giuseppe Galli-Bibiena, Heinrich Göding, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Franco Grignani, Matthias Grünewald, Brion Gysin, Athanasius Kircher, Erika Giovanna Klien, Edoardo Landi, Julio Le Parc, Adolf Luther, Enzo Mari, Almir Mavignier, Francesco Mazzola gen. Parmigianino, Claude Mellan, Desiderio Monsù, François Morellet, Gotthard Müller, Georg Nees, Jean François Niceron, Lev Nussberg, Ivan Picelj, Helga Philipp, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Karl Reinhartz, Guido Reni (Umkreis), Vjenceslav Richter, Bridget Riley, Dieter Roth, Nicolas Schöffer, Erhardt Schön, Vyacheslav Shcherbakov, Lorenz Stör, Jesús Raphael Soto, Aleksandar Srnec, Kerry Strand, Paul Talman, Abbott Handerson Thayer, Hans Tröschel, Gracia Varisco, Victor Vasarely, Johann Christian Vollaert (Nachfolger), Hans Vredeman de Vries, Edward Wadsworth, James Whitney, Ludwig Wilding

Kuratiert von Eva Badura-Triska und Markus Wörgötter

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Dorit Margreiter. Really!
Pressekonferenz:
Freitag, 24. Mai 2019 | 10 Uhr
Eröffnung: Opening:
Freitag, 24. Mai 2019 | 19 Uhr
sprechen: Karola Kraus
Generaldirektorin, mumok
Kurator Matthias Michalka
Ausstellung: Exhibition:
25. Mai – 06. Oktober 2019
Stiftung Ludwig Wien
Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
https://www.mumok.at/de/events/dorit-margreiter-1

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Dorit Margreiters künstlerisches Interesse gilt den Verbindungen von visuellen Systemen und räumlichen Strukturen sowie den daraus resultierenden Konsequenzen für unseren gesellschaftlichen Alltag. Im Mittelpunkt ihrer Auseinandersetzung stehen moderne und zeitgenössische Architekturen sowie Formen medialer Repräsentation. Für ihre Personale im mumok verwandelt Dorit Margreiter den kompletten Ausstellungsraum in eine künstlerische Installation, die Display- und Architekturkomponenten, Filme und Mobiles sowie Fotografien einbezieht.

Zentrales Element ist eine neue filmische Arbeit, die im Spiegelkabinett im Wiener Prater gedreht wurde. In dieser labyrinthischen Architektur aus Glas und reflektierenden Oberflächen wird der Blick gezielt gebrochen, verzerrt, multipliziert und verunklärt. Die Differenzen zwischen den physischen und visuellen Grundlagen der Orientierung werden daher in Margreiters Film ebenso thematisiert wie die materiellen und imaginären Komponenten filmischer Repräsentation. Sowohl diese neue Arbeit als auch weitere filmische, fotografische und skulpturale Werke Margreiters, die Teil der Gesamtinstallation sind, beziehen sich auf den Ort der Schau, d.h. auf das Museum. So stellt beispielsweise ein neues, aus Spiegelelementen gebildetes Mobile den Präsentationsraum und das darin herrschende Verhältnis von Visualität und Materialität ebenso zur Diskussion, wie eine Sammlung fotografischer Tableaus, die Abbildungen des Materials Glas zeigen.

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THE NATIONAL PAVILION OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
58th INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION
— LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
FIND YOURSELF: CARNIVAL AND RESISTANCE
BARBARA PACA, Ph.D., O.B.E.,
WITH NINA KHRUSHCHEVA, Ph.D.
Pre – opening: FRIDAY, 10 MAY 2019 | 5 – 7 pm
Curator Barbara Paca, O.B.E
Co-Curators Luigi de Marzi and Marco Pianegonda
11 May – 24 November 2019
Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli,
DORSODURO 919, Venice 30123
Vaporetto: Zattere
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NATIONAL PAVILION OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
FIND YOURSELF: CARNIVAL AND RESISTANCE
11 May – 24 November 2019

Situated in a fifteenth-century monastery in the heart of Venice, Antigua and Barbuda’s National Pavilion celebrates Carnival. For this island nation, the development of the religious tradition of Carnival into an act of resistance remains true in modern festivals. With the pageantry of costumes, parades, resolute songs, and dances, Carnival has been the manifestation of defiance from its inception as a slavery and post-abolition phenomenon to the present day.


A carnivalesque world is flexible. Though rooted in faith, it accommodates shifting identities, which leads to introspection. Find Yourself is an exploration of Carnival in Antigua and Barbuda that expands into diverse locations such as Venice, New Orleans, Notting Hill, and even Russia. This National Pavilion is a global study of identity through expression or repression of ritual. The international migration of symbols of freedom of expression and treasure highlight the unique history and similarities among people from many continents.
Portraits of Antiguans and Barbudans—a people of unique beauty and power—line the gallery walls to illustrate daily life, weddings, funerals, and Carnival. The photographic exhibition is enlivened by videos of celebrations, rituals, music, calypsos (protest songs), and dances, with towering mannequins clad in modern-day Carnival dress as a contemporary personification of strength.
Resplendent in headdress, jewelry, and textiles, the costumes portray determination and resilience. They honour the small island nation’s resolve to transform art forms. The intangible cultural heritage and collective arts of sculptors, tailors, seamstresses, wire benders, mask makers, mask designers, and seed and bead workers maintain their innate dignity and are reminiscent of their African, European, and American origins.
Forward looking, yet comprehensive in understanding its history, Antigua and Barbuda’s Carnival expresses political will and the sovereignty of a soul, and stands as a microcosm of the world’s vulnerabilities. Woven into the exhibition in its stance against cultural and human exploitation is a message to challenge modern-day slavery and environmental inequality. As these threats are equally dangerous across the globe, visitors are invited to contemplate their respective societies within the Pavilion and to find meaning in their own national forms of cultural expression.

Antigua & Barbuda
Find Yourself: Carnival as Resistance
Commissioner: Daryll Matthew, Minister of Sports,
Culture, National Festivals and the Arts.
Curator: Barbara Paca with Nina Khrushcheva.
Exhibitors: Timothy Payne, Sir Gerald Price,
Joseph Seton, and Frank Walter; Intangible Cultural,
Heritage Artisans and Mas Troup.

Centro Culturale Don Orione Artigianelli,
DORSODURO 919, Venice 30123
Vaporetto: Zattere

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58TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
stanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV)

Pavilion of Turkey at the 58th International Art Exhibition
La Biennale di Venezia
İnci Eviner
We, Elsewhere, a new work by Inci Eviner
Curated by Zeynep Öz
Press Event | Friday 10 May 2019 | 11am-12.30pm
official opening: Thursday 9 May 2019 | 3pm.
performers of Inci Eviner’s work
between 7-10 May, throughout the days,
inside the Pavilion of Turkey.
Commissioner
Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV)
Sale d’Armi at the Arsenale.
https://www.iksv.org/en/

Inci Eviner, video still from We, Elsewhere, 2019.
Courtesy the artist.

We, Elsewhere, a new work by Inci Eviner
The Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV) is delighted to present We, Elsewhere at Pavilion of Turkey at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.

We, Elsewhere
‘We, Elsewhere’ is a site-specific installation with reconfigured objects, drawings, video, sound, and performance. İnci Eviner investigates the spaces that we create, and are created for us as a result of collective displacement. The exhibition thinks about how subjects who find themselves in these spaces react and interact with one another and with their memories. Various sound elements, reconfigured objects and characters will evoke the sense of a search for the missing, the erased and that which is elsewhere. The video will include the performance artists and dancers Canan Yücel Pekiçten, Melih Kıraç and Gülden Arsal.

In the Sale d’Armi, the visitors are invited to walk along the ramps, courtyards and edges. The pavilion will display permeability and allow views through cuts and cracks along the walls. The paths punctuated by the objects suggest the way in which memory eases conflicts. Together, the characters, the space and the paths tell a story akin to Hannah Arendt’s narrative of struggles in ‘We Refugees’.


Inci Eviner (© Muammer Yanmaz)

İnci Eviner

İnci Eviner
The art works of İnci Eviner (°1956, Turkey) range from drawings and video to performative and collaborative practices. Her multi-layered pieces originate from drawings and explore the politics and potentiality of desire, space and subjectivity.

She received several prizes from the Sharjah Art Biennial in 2017 and was an artist in residence at Rauschenberg Foundation in Florida, Headlands Center for the Arts in California, SAM Art Projects in Paris and MAC/VAL Paris. Her works were displayed in important solo exhibitions such as ‘Beneath the Horizon’ at Galeri Nev Istanbul (2017), ‘Who’s Inside You?’ at Istanbul Museum of Modern Art (2016) or ‘Runaway Girls’ at The Drawing Center New York (2015). İnci Eviner attended a number of biennials worldwide including the Liverpool Biennial (2018), Gwangju Biennial (2018) and 13th Istanbul Biennial (2013). She is also a lecturer at Kadir Has University, Faculty of Art and Design.

“These figures are constantly changing places through the space to find their other halves. This effort is actually an attempt to reclaim their interrupted and invalidated memory and bodies. In doing so, mythologies and memories, the habits of everyday life, their joy and sorrow need to be picked up one by one and put into place. I try to keep myself in and out of events to witness all of this. The responsibility of being a witness is in the questioning of ‘being us’.”

İnci Eviner

Zeynep Öz
Zeynep Öz is currently curating the BACA Award exhibition of Marwan Rechmaoui at the Bonnefantenmuseum. She was one of the interlocutors of the Sharjah Biennial 13, curating the biennial’s off-site project in Istanbul in 2017, as well as co-curator of the Aichi Triennale 3 in 2016. Zeynep Öz was the co-founder and director of the Spot Production Fund from 2011 to 2017, during which she curated the Produce series (I, II, III). She has been on the curricular and selection committees of Home Workspace Programme of Ashkal Alwan in Beirut since 2015.

We, Elsewhere by İnci Eviner makes use of elements such as reconfigured objects as well as drawings, video, sound, performance, and it’s an investigation into the spaces that we create, and are created for us as a result of collective displacement. The exhibition reflects on how subjects who find themselves in these spaces react and interact with one another and with their memories. Sounds, reconfigured and amorphous characters crafted by Eviner are in search for something missing, something erased and something which is elsewhere. The space itself will be created as an architectural platform, through which visitors are invited to walk crossing ramps, courtyards and edges, allowing views through cuts and cracks in the walls. Together, the characters, the space, atmosphere and paths tell a story akin to Hannah Arendt’s narrative of struggles in We Refugees.

LIVE PERFORMACES
During the preview days of Biennale Arte 2019, the Pavilion of Turkey will host Space Occupiers, live performances by the Canan Yücel Pekiçten and Melih Kıraç, the performers of Inci Eviner’s work We, Elsewhere. Space Occupiers will be like the habitants of We, Elsewhere between 7-10 May, throughout the days, inside the Pavilion of Turkey.

https://www.iksv.org/en/news/the-pavilion-of-turkey-to-present-a-new-installation-by-inci-eviner-at-the-58th-international-art-exhibition-la-biennale-di-venezia

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PARASOL UNIT
FOUNDATION FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
THE SPARK IS YOU: PARASOL UNIT in Venice
Collateral Event of the 58th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia
Press Pre-opening:
Wednesday 8 May 2019 | 10am–3pm
works by nine contemporary Iranian artists
Morteza Ahmadvand | Nazgol Ansarinia | Siah Armajani
Mitra Farahani | Sahand Hesamiyan | Y.Z. Kami
Farideh Lashai | Koushna Navabi | Navid Nuur
Curated by Ziba Ardalan
comprehensive publication, and poetry readings
performed by Narguess Farzad
9 and 10 May 2019
Exhibition: 9 May – 23 November 2019
Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello di Venezia
Campo Santo Stefano, San Marco 2810.
https://parasol-unit.org/whats-on/the-spark-is-you-parasol-unit-in-venice/
Close to Accademia Bridge
Vaporetto stop: San Samuele or Accademia

Y.Z. Kami, Untitled, 2018. Oil on linen. 91.4 x 56.5 cm (36 x 22 1/4 in). Courtesy the artist and Gagosian Gallery.

PARASOL UNIT FOUNDATION FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello di Venezia
THE SPARK IS YOU: PARASOL UNIT in Venice
9 May – 23 November 2019
In celebration of its 15th anniversary, Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to present, through a prism of classical Persian poetry, an exhibition of works by nine contemporary Iranian artists:

Morteza Ahmadvand | Nazgol Ansarinia | Siah Armajani | Mitra Farahani
Sahand Hesamiyan | Y.Z. Kami | Farideh Lashai | Koushna Navabi | Navid Nuur

Curated by Ziba Ardalan, Founder, Artistic and Executive Director of Parasol unit, London, THE SPARK IS YOU: Parasol unit in Venice exhibition has at its heart the need to develop mutual respect and understanding between different nations and cultures. Fittingly, this exhibition coincides with the 200th anniversary of West-oestlicher Divan (West-Eastern Divan), 1819, a book of lyrical poems written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in homage to the fourteenth-century Persian poet Hafez.

The nine artists, all of whose vision looks beyond the ordinary, were selected for the affinity with openness, respect and human interconnectedness that is evinced in their work. Stemming directly
from a long and magnificent tradition of Persian poetry, this philosophy of life is a fundamental element of the Iranian/Persian character. Dialogues open up across the exhibition, not only between the different generations of artists and the geographical regions from which they now draw inspiration, but also through a common desire to interact openly and respectfully with
others. And, just as Goethe through his poetry sought to bridge East and West, these artists too seek to communicate mutually across all borders.

THE SPARK IS YOU: Parasol unit in Venice exhibition of paintings, sculptures, installations, multi-media and film brings together Iranian artists of different ages, who now live and work either in or outside of Iran. Having had a similar early education and grounding in classical Persian poetry they have all benefited from thought processes that are rooted in concepts such as the use of metaphor, openness, dialogue and figurative thinking. Shown together, their works create a sense of exchange that is felt in many ways across and beyond the exhibition, not only between the art works but also in the desire of the artists to communicate with thinkers from other cultures, and finally between art and music.

Venice, with its renowned history of being central to so many connections between East and West, is an ideal setting for THE SPARK IS YOU exhibition. Presented at the Conservatorio di Musica in Venice, visual art and music interact harmoniously, a reminder that different art forms are all part of a single discourse. Each artist presents their work in a separate room or an outdoor courtyard, which allows ample mental space for viewers to reflect on the exhibition and create their own dialogue with and between the works.

THE SPARK IS YOU: Parasol unit in Venice exhibition highlights the vital importance of open dialogue in the development of greater understanding between all nations. Particularly in the tumultuous and uncertain times of today, this exhibition is timely and informative in ways that we hope will further engender curiosity, understanding and appreciation of other cultures and stimulate more conversations

THE SPARK IS YOU: Parasol unit in Venice exhibition will be accompanied by a comprehensive publication, and poetry readings performed by Narguess Farzad at the Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello di Venezia, on 9 and 10 May 2019.

Catalogue: A publication with essays by Oliver Basciano, Narguess Farzad, Maryam Monalisa Gharavi, Mahan Moalemi, Maria Porges, Sarah Thomas and John Yau, will accompany the exhibition – available in June 2019.

Parasol unit appreciates the generous support of Soudavar Memorial Foundation, Iran Heritage Foundation, KayhanLife and Iran Society. Further support has been provided by private individuals from around the world

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