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Feedback Release: LIQUID ROOMS VENICE

Art, Events | March 11, 2015 |

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Feedback Release: LIQUID ROOMS VENICE
Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, Venice – February 26-27-28, 2015
VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery, Venice – February 27 / March 07, 2015

LIQUID ROOMS + THE LABYRINTH was a unique exhibition path hosted in Venice in two different venues: Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, from the 26 to the 28 of February 2015; and VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery, from February 27 to March 07, 2015. The event, organized by It’s LIQUID Group, in collaboration with International ArtExpo and Ca’ Zanardi, was a mix between contemporary art show and art residency.

Click here to download the full photo reportage of LIQUID ROOMS + THE LABYRINTH.

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The 2 openings were a great success of public and critic, attended by a great number of artists involved too, with a rich program of video art screenings, amazing live performances really appreciated by the audience and a fascinated path inside artists’ rooms. National and international press, digital and print, reviewed the events.

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LIQUID ROOMS was an innovative exhibition format divided in 2 sections: the first one consisted in art shows hosted from the 26 to the 28 of February 2015 in Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi’s private rooms/apartments, that artists used at the same time as exhibition space and art residency; the second one was the collective show THE LABYRINTH hosted from the 26 to the 28 of February 2015 in the common area of Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, and from the 27 of February to the 07 of March 2015, in VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery new space.

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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).

LIQUID ROOMS + THE LABYRINTH was an invitation for artists to explore their intimate self and to analyze the relationship between man and space (private and/or public). The exhibition had a dual-layered format which expresses the urban nature of the city of Venice (with all its labyrinthine streets) and the inner labyrinths of our identities. Opening the doors of their rooms to visitors and crossing the exhibition path through the different venues, artists and audience  disclosed and explored the intimate part of their art and beings.

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ARTISTS

SOLO SHOWS/ROOMS – Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi
ROOM 6: Markus Sigl & Florian Gruber . Austria | ROOM 7: Anna Fafaliou . Greece | ROOM 8: Andrea Vogler, Ettone, Max Oddone, Ruben Esposito, Max Ferrigno, Alessandro Caramagna, Emiliano Cavalli . Italy | ROOM 9: Chie . USA | ROOM 11: Irina Bellaye . France

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COLLECTIVE SHOW – Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi
Marina Schreckling . Germany | Lavinia Longhetto . Italy | Atieh Peirdoost . Italy | Giovanni De Benedetto . Italy | Elena Sigmund . Slovenia | Amalie Russell . UK | Sina Hensel . Germany | Katherine Dawson . Spain | Maria Radulescu . Greece | Jelena Bugarski . Serbia | Colp One . Argentina | Patil Tchilinguirian . Lebanon | Andrea LaRoux . Italy | Patrizia Fazzari . Italy | Luca Scarpa . Italy | Jonny Silver . Canada | Marianne Mettler & Tibor Foeldes . Switzerland | Lauro Govoni . Italy | Ilias Christos . Greece | Demetris Shammas . Cyprus | Btihal Remli . Germany

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COLLECTIVE SHOW – VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery
Steve Mason . USA | Eileen Halfpenny . Canada | Tiffany Pilon . Canada | Paula Haapalahti . Finland | Maria Luigia Gioffrè . Italy | Hugues Rochette . Canada | Sara Sica . Italy | Joseph (Maori in exile) Rickit . New Zealand | Nicola Guastamacchia . Italy | Paola Turra . Italy

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VIDEO SCREENING – Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi + VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery
Richard Dykes
. UK | Komal Lad . UK | Susan Carnahan . USA | Lisa-Marie Vlietstra . The Netherlands | Anita Spooner . Australia | Evi Stamou . Greece | Bob van Luijt . The Netherlands | Lior Nordman . Israel | Cibele Maia . Brazil | Yakout El Hababi . Morocco

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PERFORMANCE PROGRAM
.February 26, 2015, Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, starting from 06.00 PM
Jonathan Tabacchiera . Italy – “Omaggio a Francesco Paolo Tosti” – 06 min
Andrea Gado . Italy – “ATTO (CORPO UNICO)” – 45 min
Cibele Maia . Brazil – “Monumento – quarto estudo sobre legado” – 30 min
Vittoria Sisti . Italy – “Mary full of grace” – 20 min
Carmen Garcia . Spain – “Laberinto Rojo” – 30 min
.February 27, 2015, VENICE ART HOUSE Gallery, starting from 07.00 PM
Cibele Maia . Brazil – “Monumento – quarto estudo sobre legado” – 30 min
Martin Verdross, Lisa LaPietra & Fabio Lethien Polo . Italy – “Amazing Grace” – 30 min
LA KOR’SIA . Spain – “PROZACT” – 20 min
Compagnia Via . Italy – “Una luce ribalta” – 15 min

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Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi (Cannaregio 4132, Venice) 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. 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 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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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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