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Feedback Release: BORDERS & DISORDERS – Venice

Art, Events | March 31, 2015 |

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Feedback Release: VENICE ART HOUSE – BORDERS & DISORDERS
VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery, Venice – March 13 / 20, 2015

VENICE ART HOUSE – BORDERS & DISORDERS, contemporary art exhibition of photography, video-art, painting, installation and performance art, was held in Venice at VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery, from the 13th to the 20th of March 2015. The event was organized by It’s LIQUID Group, in collaboration with International ArtExpo and Ca’ Zanardi.

Click here to download the full photo reportage of VENICE ART HOUSE – BORDERS & DISORDERS.

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VENICE ART HOUSE – BORDERS & DISORDERS was the first event of a series, created through the partnership between It’s LIQUID Group and International ArtExpo with Ca’ Zanardi and Venice Art House. It aims to present contemporary artists in the heart of the city of Venice, in a new venue, Venice Art House gallery, located few minutes from Ponte di Rialto and Santa Lucia station.

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The event was curated by Arch. Luca Curci (Founder of LUCA CURCI ARCHITECTS, International ArtExpo and It’s LIQUID Group) and Andrea Chinellato (curator and director of Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi and VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery). The festival’s program included video art screenings, movies’ projections, live performances and meetings with artists involved.

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VENICE ART HOUSE – BORDERS & DISORDERS was focused on the concept of “borders”, on how people feel the idea of borders and how this idea is linked with the concept of freedom. Borders, conceived as personal, geographical and cultural ones, can define our idea of freedom in contemporary society, or they can be considered as an obstacle to freedom which need to be broken by a single person or a social/political/cultural group to reach his/her personal freedom (current events in our world are an example of it). The event also analyzed the idea of urban and cities’ borders, how people live them, how they are modified in contemporary metropolis.

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ARTISTS
Marianne Mettler & Tibor Foeldes
. Switzerland | Giulio Speranza . Italy | Walter Brovia . Argentina | Patti Grossman . USA | Valentin Soare . Romania | Shizico Yi . Taiwan | Ana Petrovici . Romania | Valerio De Bonis . Italy | Frederico Evaristo . Brazil | Samiha Khan . Pakistan | Maria João Petrucci . Portugal | Klaus Guingand . France | Moonis Ahmad Shah . India | Helena Tahir . Slovenia | Paul Humphries . UK | William Herod . USA | Nur Debre . Turkey | Anita Spooner . Australia | Cibele Maia . Brazil | Yuko Asai . Japan | Daniel Pešta . Czech Republic | Marco Tessarolo . Italy | Andreas Mares . Austria | Bob van Luijt . The Netherlands | Lior Nordman . Israel | Anthony Mavilia . USA | Mirjana Marsenic . Montenegro | Natalija Djuranovic . Montenegro | Dusanka Marsenic . UK | Manya Fabiniak . USA | Ekaterina Baukh . Germany | Patrizia Falconetti . Italy | Monica Catto . Italy | Vida Habjanič, Ana Bahor, Benjamin Friškovec . Slovenia | Rachele Ferrazzi . Germany | Karmil Cardone . Italy

PERFORMANCE
Alexandra Foffano & Angelica Stecchi
. Italy – “Magma” – 15 min

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Venice Art House Gallery is the new exhibition space of Ca’ Zanardi, located in Venice (Cannaregio 1863C), with a dimension of 250 sqm and two water entrances. The artist William Herod is the artistic director of the space.

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Starting from 2001, Luca Curci with International ArtExpo and It’s LIQUID Group, have curated and organized more than 80 contemporary art events, with the participation of about 2.500 international artists from all-over the world (UK, Spain, Italy, France, Austria, Portugal, The Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, Germany, Turkey, Poland, USA, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Israel, UAE, Russia, Thailand, etc.) with an average of 45 artworks exhibited in each show (with a maximum of 108 artists involved in the great MORPHOS festival held in Venice during the Architecture Biennale 2014). The organization has international partnerships with art venues in Italy, Turkey, USA, Spain, Argentina, UK, Middle East, etc., and collaborates with museums, galleries and institutions such as MuMo – Museum Montanelli in Prague, Laura Haber Gallery in Buenos Aires, MIXER gallery in Istanbul and MECA art center in Almeria.

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