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Expatrie
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Expatria_2016

“Penso a quanto sia cruciale il tema dell’abitare e quante metafore sviluppi: lo spazio domestico è anche una questione politica oltre che privata, di responsabilità nazionale perché parla di rifugi, di asili contro la fame, di viaggi, di perdita di certezze e di avventure verso l’ignoto […]La storia soggettiva si intreccia alla storia collettiva, storia di confini, contesti di transito […]

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Cordiox
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Mexican Pavilion 2013

“The former church of San Lorenzo, site of the Mexican Pavilion at La 55a Biennale di Venezia, is an imposing ruin 20 meters high with several sculptures that remain standing on an abandoned altar. This fact requires the artistic proposal to act with and in favor of the space. Cordiox is a four-meter tall machine that describes space and the […]

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VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK
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The 1st VENICE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART WEEK 2012

Andrea Morucchio è un artista veneziano, uno dei pochi italiani presenti nel programma espositivo di questa prima Performance Art Week. Morucchio è un artista visuale, non un performer, il corpus della sua produzione  vede l’utilizzo di tecniche, e ispirazioni, eterogenee, che danno vita a opere diverse, associabili a molteplici modi di fare arte. http://veniceperformanceart.tumblr.com/post/37971621326/in-conversazione-con-andrea-morucchio

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Unmediated Democracy demands Unmediated Space
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Croatian Pavilion 2012

This year’s Croatian pavilion at the 13th International Venice Architecture Exhibition presents different struggles currently taking place in various Croatian cities. The exhibition, Unmediated Democracy demands Unmediated Space, interprets the topic of common ground by directly asking the protagonists of those collective conflicts how they imagine a common future across and beyond market or state, private or public mediation. http://www.archdaily.com/267397/venice-biennale-2012-croatian-pavilion/

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Culture under Construction: The Collectivity of Cultural Space
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Mexican Pavilion 2012

One of the main idea’s behind the 2012 Venice Biennale’s “Common Ground” theme, as stated by director David Chipperfield, is “to reinforce our understanding of architectural culture, and to emphasize the philosophical and practical continuities that define it”. With the exhibition “Culture Under Construction | The Collectivity of Cultural Space”, Mexico aims to develop an understanding of the distinct contribution that architecture […]

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io, tu, lui, lei – una mostra eterosessuale
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Io, tu, lei, lui 2012

Io, tu, lui, lei, nelle sale della Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa mette in mostra il racconto di un incontro straordinario: quello tra una decina di gay e lesbiche veneziani nati tra gli anni ’30 e ’40; sei giovani artisti italiani hanno avuto il compito di tradurne in opera i ricordi di ieri, ma anche i desideri, le tenerezze, le difficoltà […]

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Same Age
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Same Age 2011

After having promoted the mobility of the Arab artists, through agreements allowing them to work across Europe with Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris and the Delfina Foundation in London, the Emirates Foundation of Abu Dhabi has added Venice, Italy, to the list of its destinations. Here a residency program has been launched and curated by the Associazione E, in […]

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Absence of Subject
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Absence of Subject 2011

Brigitte Schenk Galerie is pleased to announce the first complete presentation of Michael Somoroff’s body of work titled Absence of Subject on display at Piazza San Marco, 153A Calle Del Cappello, Venice, during the 2011 Venice Biennale. The opening reception for the artist is on May 31st. from 7-9 pm. http://www.absenceofsubject.com

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One Needs to Live Self-Confidently... Watching
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Croatian Pavilion 2011

The exhibition, One Needs to Live Self-Confidently… Watching, presents Antonio G. Lauer a.k.a. TomislavGotovac and theatre collective BADco. from Zagreb. The art of TomislavGotovac is based on the idea of ‘global directing’, not only as applied to film directing, but also as it extends into everyday life. http://www.croatiavenice2011.whw.hr

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Red Square, Impossible Pink
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Mexican Pavilion 2011

Does anyone remember how internationally insignificant Mexican art was before it changed? Miraculously?’ asked Gabriel Orozco in a letter written recently to his gallerist, Jose Kuri. The strength of Mexico’s latest contributions to the Venice Biennale would mean that many might not… http://www.thisistomorrow.info/viewArticle.aspx?artId=827&amp    

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