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Openings: FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES | Venice

OPENINGS: FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES

OPENINGS: FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES
It’s LIQUID International Art and Architecture Festival
Venice Art House & Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi – August 04, 2016

It’s LIQUID Group, in collaboration with Venice Art House and Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, is proud to announce the openings of:

FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES, the second appointment of BORDERS, International Art and Architecture Festival, that will be hosted in Venice, at Venice Art House and Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, from August 04 to September 29, 2016, during the same period of the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale.

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Call for submissions: FUTURE LANDSCAPES – Venice 2016

Call for submissions: FUTURE LANDSCAPES - Venice 2016

Call for submissions: FUTURE LANDSCAPES – Venice 2016
It’s LIQUID International Art and Architecture Festival
Deadline: September 08, 2016

It’s LIQUID Group is selecting all interesting photo, painting, design/architecture projects, video-art, installation/sculpture and performance art works to include in the next exhibition:

FUTURE LANDSCAPES, International Art and Architecture Festival, that will be hosted in Venice, Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi and Venice Art House Gallery, from October 06 to November 27, 2016.

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Interview with Maria Luisa Frisa for Fashion at IUAV – 2016

Interview with Maria Luisa Frisa for Fashion at IUAV - 2016
Credits: Mariano Barrientos

Interview with Maria Luisa Frisa for Fashion at IUAV – 2016

Luca Curci talks with Maria Luisa Frisa, Director of Fashion’s Design Courses at IUAV University – Venice, after the show Fashion at IUAV – 2016, which was an incredible success of audience and participation. The organization of the event, the enthusiasm of the staff (professors, curators, students) and the care of the fashion’s world toward the students was really impressive. 

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Francis Bacon, Monaco and French Culture

Francis Bacon, Monaco and French CultureImage courtesy of Grimaldi Forum

Francis Bacon, Monaco and French Culture

The Grimaldi Forum will present the work of Francis Bacon (born in Dublin in 1909, died in Madrid in 1992, lived in London, Paris and Monaco) from a unique angle: the influence of French culture and his Monegasque period. Major triptychs as well as famous and less well-known paintings will be displayed thematically and will show direct and indirect relationships to France and Monaco.

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Color-changing ‘rose pavilion’ by vasily klyukin

color-changing 'rose pavilion' by vasily klyukinImage courtesy of Vasily Klyukin

Color-changing ‘rose pavilion’ by Vasily Klyukin

Klyukin‘s ‘rose pavilion’ sees an abstract bundle of blooms contructed of semi-transparent glass and metal. Conceived to accommodate a flower shop, a spa, a modern art gallery or a museum of jewelry, the building offers a multi-sensory and immersive atmosphere, where all aspects of the flower are experienced and enjoyed.

 

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The New Museum of New York presents The Keeper

The New Museum of New York presents The KeeperImage courtesy of New Museum

The New Museum of New York presents The Keeper

“The Keeper” is an exhibition dedicated to the act of preserving objects, artworks, and images, and to the passions that inspire this undertaking. A reflection on the impulse to save both the most precious and the apparently valueless, it brings together a variety of imaginary museums, personal collections, and unusual assemblages, revealing the devotion with which artists, collectors, scholars, and hoarders have created sanctuaries for endangered images and artifacts.

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Hongkou Soho dressed by Kengo Kuma

Hongkou Soho dressed by Kengo KumaImage courtesy of Eiichi Kano

Hongkou Soho dressed by Kengo Kuma

Strips of perforated aluminium give a pleated appearance to the façade of Shanghai’s Hongkou Soho office tower designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and associates for property developer Soho China. This distinctive façade and the public spaces located around the building give a sense of openness to the entire area.

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Baroque to Bling! High Art and Low from the Collection of Donna MacMillan

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Baroque to Bling! High Art and Low from the Collection of Donna MacMillan

Baroque to Bling explores a distinct world of bold fine art, fashion, and design objects – all linked by the eye of a spirited collector, Donna MacMillan. Drawn from museum’s gifts and loans from MacMillan’s exuberant collection, the exhibition shows how artists incorporate embellishment and indulge in excess in their contemporary practice.

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