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Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, Venice: February 10, 2017

 

The amazing event LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH, It’s LIQUID International Art Show, has been inaugurated on February 10, 2017 at Palazzo Ca’ ZanardiVenice, introducing the selected artworks of relevant artists from 28 nations. The event is part of the official program of Venice Carnival 2017 (February 11-28, 2017), that will be opened until February 28, 2017

LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH is organized and curated by Arch. Luca Curci (director of It’s LIQUID Group) and Andrea Chinellato (director of Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi).

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During the opening of the event has been presented the live performances of international artists, like Annalisa Derossi & Gianfranco Celestino (Luxembourg), Ildiko Meny (UK), Philemon Mukarno (The Netherlands), and Marjolaine Uscotti (Italy). 

The French artist Allanrey Migz Salazar attends the opening of LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH and he proposes the amazing artworks: “God already left my country a long time ago, 2016” and “On the other side – Today it’s me & tomorrow, it will be you (Hodie Mihi, cras tibi), 2014“.

Italian artist Ieva Klingenberga diplays 2 video-art works: “Munch 150“, dedicated to artist Edvard Munch, and “Anima“, audiovisual composition based on Carl Jung’s psychoanalytical concept of anima, that is considered a feminine image in the male psyche. 

 

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The multi-discipline artist Gilead Limor‘s proposes the current project “A Look at Ourselves“, that takes a fresh view of society’s approach to appearance and interaction, woven into a series of tableaux that would have been dismissed as your typical street scene, had the models been clothed. “Gilead creates his nude tableaux in public places, with small groups of volunteers, not professional models, just ordinary people who come in all shapes and sizes”. Several of Gilead’s works have been featured in books and journals, and an photo-art study of the World Trade Center in New York was the main subject of two solo shows in 2002.

Michał Jan Borucki, coming from Poland, exhibits: “Atelier, 2014“, “The Beginning, 2015” and “Thirteenth Muse (Painters Patron) 2016” during the event. In his works he is looking for the the boundary between universally understood aesthetics and commonly established imperfection. According to his ideas: “Through self-development and learning on my own mistakes, I strive for technical perfection in consolidating my surreal visions which are mostly commentary on the reality that surrounds us and the frailty of human nature”.

 

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Tejaswini Srivastava, artist from India, presents her works “A market scene” and “A village scene“. Her art has as main concepts myths and rituals, exploring these aspects and aiming for an unconscious emotional state within the viewer, Srivastava’s art takes form in both figurative and abstract styles. According to her idea: “My ultimate goal is to have the viewer feeling a sense of familiarity with the work, a sense of having experienced this before”.

The emerging Italian artist Andrea Fontanari presents his double work “Just an echo“, composed by a couple of paintings focused on the theme of the mask and the hidden identity. According with his words, his pictorial execution is extremely quiet and idyllic, sometimes obsessive. It hides a tension that comes from a strong feeling of nostalgia.

 

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Evgeniy Chernyshov, in collaboration with the SYN Art Group from Uckraine, shows the selected video art “Enlightenment“. The project “Enlightenment” is a transformation of light in the inspired forms. It’s an experimental research of light as basis for life foundation in the Universe. The laser beam in darkness symbolizes depth of penetration of a human idea in bases of a Universe. Creation of organic abstraction is carried out by mechanical and optical means without use of any computer technologies and programming. Rotating tridimensional images discharge the spectator from the invented virtual reality and immerse him in a process of intuitive perception of the natural phenomena.

Milos Sejn, artist from Czech Republic, displays the video art works: “Grass, 1967“, that is a hallucinatory view of the grass swaying in the wind and “Body of the Night, 2001“, that presents the infrared vision of the contact artist’s body with nightly water.  

 

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Amalia Gil-Merino, Spanish born German based artist, proposes her oil and pigments on canvas “Labyrinth“, when the colour and the shapes are mixed. According with the artist’s words: “Forgetting all your thoughts disappearing in the labyrinth of the night without a trace…Labyrinth is a nature and human symbiosis in a timeless non-space, an ancient race already forgotten for eternity”. She works with painting combining multicultural techniques, especially the use of semi-precious minerals and pigments.

The Iranian artist Sepehr Roshanshomal, bachelor degree in Architecture, displays his video art “Let the flowers grow“, that talks about potential beauties hidden around and by dreaming how it can be real. 

 

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The American glassblower Simon Waranch presents his scultures “Ode to Modigliani” during the event LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH. His art of glass began after his experience at Murano, Italy, where he was introduced to glass blowing. His art is considered as unique, requested from local galleries, and his abstract works are in a number of notable private and commercial collections.

Astrid Charlotte Wintgens, from Germany, shows her photo works: “Endlessness” and “Spanish Tree without a Bull“, in which the interplay of colors and emotions are the essential of her art. Her goal is focused on capturing emotional and impressive moments photographically.

Rehua Wilson, artist from New Zealand, exhibits her black and white photo work “Look up“, in which there is an illusion of the prospective and the human being is the only one projected in this intricate “illusionistic labyrinth”.  

 

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The artist Liudmila Panenkova shows her ink acrylic on paper works: “Swans“, “Hand of Angel” and “Angel” during the event.

American artist Julia Dubovyk presents her works: “Tomorrow“, “Does it matter” and “Love” and her series: “Chandelier on paper #11“, “Chandelier on paper #12” and “Chandelier on paper #13“, focused on the main concept of Chandelier, as light that is the most powerful thing in Nature. Infact the artist said: “The crystals with its ability to reflect and refract light create a magical atmosphere. In addition, everything in its proximity becomes bright, enjoyable, and festive.”

 

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Alon Talmi, artist from Israel, exhibits the photos print behind Acrylic glass: “Medusa of the Sea 1/5“, “Charley 1/5” and “The lady from the village 2/5“, realized in the year 2016. His artworks reflect the strong connection between art, nature, and the human feelings. During the process for the creation he said: “I feel how the materials from nature communicate with me and guide me through the process. The emotions I experience during the process and the hidden feelings of the materials influence the whole process. Hence, the mix of nature and man-made creation are expressed in my works”. 

French artist Melanie Broglio presents her ceramic sculptures: “Mary is under water” and “Virgin to the Bird“, from Series “Seeking moving identity for everlasting cohabitation”, realizing “multi-archetypal sculptures which after experiments and reflexion would be the sum of what is most dear to us outside of any pressure”.

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LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH is an invitation for artists to analyze their inner paths and their artistic careers, searching for their identities as artists and as human beings. In the mythology of the various cultures of the world, the labyrinth and its interior spaces, the liquid rooms, represent an itinerary to achieve a goal, a way out.

 

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SELECTED ARTISTS
Shweta Agrawal . India | Elisabeth Ajtay . Germany | Nathalie Berthod . France | Michał Jan Borucki . Poland | Melanie Broglio . France | Elisabeth Buchmann . Austria | Marie-Ange Busellato . Belgium | Evgeniy Chernyshov . Ukraine | Jerome Chia Horng Lin . Tawain | Stephen Copland . Australia | Ronit Coulson . Israel | Annalisa Derossi & Gianfranco Celestino . Luxembourg | Nathalie De Zan . France | Julia Dubovyk . USA | Diana Fernández Vásquez . Guatemala | Andrea Fontanari . Italy | Nikita Gaidouk . Russia | Alain Galet . France | Amalia Gil-Merino . Germany | Antonia Pia Gordon . UAE | Masami Hirohata . Germany | Ieva Klingenberga . Latvia | Oan Kyu . Italy | Louise Lawlor . UK | Gilead Limor . UK | Ildiko Meny . UK | Luiz Gustavo Moreira Padovani . Brazil | Philemon Mukarno . The Netherlands | Fatima Naeem . Pakistan | Michael Oberlik . Austria | Amy Oestlund . Austria | Liudmila Panenkova . UAE  | Katy Parks Wilson . USA | Carson Rennekamp . USA | Andrea Riba . Germany | Nicolas Ricchini Company . Spain | Sepehr Roshanshomal . Turkey | Allanrey Migz Salazar . France | Jessica Bassam Schoucair . Lebanon | Milos Sejn . Czech Republic | Alessandra Sequeira . Costa Rica | Tejaswini Srivastava . India | Joseph Taglioni . France | Alon Talmi . Israel | Lilach Tzudkevich . Israel | Marjolaine Uscotti & Fabiana Roscioli . Italy | Aurelia van der Burght . Holland | Javier Fernando Volovich . Israel | Simon Waranch . USA | Rehua Wilson . New Zealand | Astrid Charlotte Wintgens . Germany | Hyeyoung Yoon . UAE | Shanglie Zhou . Belgium

  

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Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi is a residential palace dating back to the 16th century which, over the centuries, has been added on to by various noble Venetian families and is one of the most evocative and beautiful palaces in the city of Venice; the Serenissima. Sumptuous and possessing particular charm, Ca’ Zanardi is located in a most peaceful setting and has its own delightful private garden as well as a magnificent terrace full of sun and colour. Ca’ Zanardi is located close to the Ca’ D’Oro, the splendid 15th century gothic palace along the Grand Canal. It is located off the main tourist drag but is still easily reachable by foot, after a two minute walk from the Ca’ D’Oro water bus stop, or by boat using the palazzo’s private pier positioned along the fetching Santa Caterina canal. The refined elegance of the palazzo’s halls and common areas and the delicacy of its original 16th century furnishings create a fascinating setting.

 

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