OPENING: BORDERS | FUTURE LANDSCAPES
Venice | October 15/16 – November 29, 2020
THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space | Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello
In compliance with the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers (DPCM) of November 3, 2020, THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space and Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello in Venice will be closed from November 5 to December 3, 2020.
ITSLIQUID Group, in collaboration with Venice Events and ACIT Venice – Italian-German Cultural Association, is proud to announce FUTURE LANDSCAPES, third appointment of BORDERS Art Fair 2020 that will be held in Venice at THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space and at Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello from October 15 to November 29, 2020.
COVID-19 Protection Concept – The health and safety of our staff and visitors are of predominant importance to ITSLIQUID Group. This Protection Concept governs how we intend to operate after Italy’s lockdown has ended, the rules that will be applied inside the exhibition spaces and how these will be implemented in practice.
The festival focuses on the concept of “borders”, between the soul and the body, the human being and the city, the city and the ground. The festival analyzes the idea of human and urban borders, how people live them and how they are modified in contemporary society. Every human being lives in a world in which the limits, the borders, shape their attitudes and behaviors, limiting the freedom and creating a sense of alienation. The human being reacts breaking the limits and finding a new way of life. We imagine a world of “liquid cities”, where differences create new possibilities instead of being social barriers.
Human creativity always spreads all over the world. For thousands of years we have applied our imagination and inventiveness to shape our landscapes. Cities are leading to a new aesthetic change that aims to rebalance the combination of humans and nature, not only to restore natural systems and ecological integrity but also to deliver beautiful, engaging and remarkable landscape experiences. Today we face many challenges that require a big effort in mixing new frontiers to create new extraordinary places and spaces. We aim to generate future landcapes without mental and physical borders, in which the human being is completely free.
THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space
Cecilia Ibeth Álvarez Moreno . Mexico | Stella Brajterman . Brazil | Sarah Brooks . UK | Chelsea Malia Brown . USA | Herwig Egon Casadoro-Kopp . Austria | Caterina Casagrande . Finland | Serena Casali . Italy | Sharlinee Ceniceros . Mexico | Luciane Chermann . Brazil | Kg Augenstern Christiane Prehn & Wolfgang Meyer . Germany | Manuela Clarin . Germany | Jahn/Ferreira-Lopes Corona Global Break Group . Germany/Portugal | Antonella De Sarno . Italy | Barry Despenza . USA | Lord Nicolaus Dinter . Germany | Tzimis Efthimiou & Ekaterini Kriezi . Denmark/Greece | Laerte Emme . Belgium | Pedro Gajardo . France | Alina Gamalya . Ukraine | Fernando Gastaldo . Argentina | Elena Gastón Nicolás . USA | Jasmin Genzel . France | Olga Georgitsia . Germany | Lindsay Godin . USA | François Grimoin . Belgium | Adam Henry . UK | Jo Ho & Emily May . Singapore/UK | Janet Hoy . Ireland | Jaapkore . Mexico | Soha Jeong Kyoung-Mee . Republic of Korea | Alexandra Kordas . Germany | Marija Krtolica . USA | Haerim Lee . USA | Li Lin-Liang . USA | Machina Imaginis . Switzerland | Bori Mákó & Rozi Mákó . Hungary | Christina Mitterhuber . Austria | Kazuo Morita . Japan | Aude Gourichon O’d . France | Symrath Kaur Patti . UK | 12PM . Italy | Renée Rauchalles . Germany | Manu Romeiro . Brazil | Maroš Rovňák . Slovakia | Letteria-Lilly Lilla’ Russo . Italy | Yoichiro Sakai . Japan | Philippe Sarfati . France | Gianmarco Savioli . Italy | Kirsten Schankweiler . Germany | Gail So . Hong Kong | Seamus Staunton . UK | Zazu Swistel . USA | Kostadin Tanusev . Germany | Giacomo Toth . Italy | Chih-Fen Tsai . Taiwan | Emmanouela Vogiatzaki Krukowski . Greece | Jane Walker . UK | Haylee White . USA | Olga Yakunina . Austria | Root Yarden . Israel | Sebnem Yuksel . Turkey
Sumaira Aamer . Qatar | Federico Alcaro . Italy | Rodd Alt . Italy | Rolf Berte . Germany | Luisa Bianco . Italy | Lia Bottanelli . Italy | Stella Brajterman . Brazil | Ley Brashka . Mexico | Manuela Bucci . Italy | Salvatore Cammilleri . Italy | Herwig Egon Casadoro-Kopp . Austria | Luciane Chermann . Brazil | Kg Augenstern Christiane Prehn & Wolfgang Meyer . Germany | Jahn/Ferreira-Lopes Corona Global Break Group . Germany/Portugal | Franca Dariol . Italy | Sally de Courcy . UK | Marie-Pierre De Gottrau . Switzerland | Antonella De Sarno . Italy | Emanuela Del Vescovo . Italy | Barry Despenza . USA | Petra Dippold-Goetz . Germany | Angeliki Douveri . Greece | Tzimis Efthimiou & Ekaterini Kriezi . Denmark/Greece | Farnoosh Farmer . USA | Louise Folliott . UK | Pedro Gajardo . France | Elena Gastón Nicolás . USA | Vanessa Gkouliopoulou . UK | François Grimoin . Belgium | Birgitta Hall . Sweden | Feistner Heidrun . Germany | Adam Henry . UK | Jo Ho & Emily May . Singapore/UK | Janet Hoy . Ireland | Arianna Ilardi . Italy | Marie Indahl . Norway | Sabine Inselmann . Germany | Farid Izemmour . Switzerland | Nick Kacic-Miosic . USA | Nadia Kalogeropoulou . The Netherlands | Alexandra Kordas . Germany | Inbal Kristin . Israel | Marija Krtolica . USA | Karl Weiming Lu . Australia | John Maki . USA | Bori Mákó & Rozi Mákó . Hungary | Ron Miller . Germany | Francesca Nesteri . Italy | Collier Parker . USA | Symrath Kaur Patti . UK | Christa Perez Bailey . USA | Rainer Pierson . Germany | Graça Pizá . Brazil | Ursula Radel-Leszczynski . Austria | Zizi Rincolisky . Germany | Erwin Rios . Austria | Manu Romeiro . Brazil | Maroš Rovňák . Slovakia | Sadia Safdar . Pakistan | Ximena Sedano . Colombia/Switzerland | Katherine Spinella . USA | Lydia Stadler . Switzerland | Christian Streng . Austria | The parallel cities project . Italy | Tim Ulrich . USA | Donatella Vici . Italy | Emmanouela Vogiatzaki Krukowski . Greece | Yiran (Rachel) Wang . China | Annette Werndl . Germany | Root Yarden . Israel | Zhuo Yu . China | Sebnem Yuksel . Turkey
organized by ITSLIQUID Group
curator Luca Curci
in collaboration with ACIT Venice – Italian-German Cultural Association, Goethe Institut, Venice Events
project manager Giulia Tassi
project coordinators Amaride Ferrante, Veronica Piras, Giulia Spagnuolo
collaborators Federica Carpenè, Chiara Gatto, Ilaria Peruzzet
graphic designer Marina Caracciolo
supported by 12pm, Casagrande Oy Arkkitehdit Insinöörit, LET IT BE! Art Agency, Trafò House of Contemporary Art
THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space
Calle Larga San Marco, 374 – 30124 Venice, Italy
October 15 – November 29, 2020
09:30 AM – 05:30 PM | Monday – Friday
OPENING October 15, 2020
Free entry | By appointment only
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Cannaregio 4118 – 30121 Venice, Italy
October 16 – November 29, 2020
10:00 AM – 06:00 PM | Monday – Friday
OPENING October 16, 2020
Free entry | By appointment only
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The health and safety of our staff and visitors are of predominant importance to ITSLIQUID Group. This Protection Concept governs how we intend to operate after Italy’s lockdown has ended, the rules that will be applied inside the exhibition spaces and how these will be implemented in practice. Read more.
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THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space, located in San Marco square, in the heart of Venice is available to host solo show and group exhibitions of the most talented emerging and established artists, designers and architects selected by our professional team among the numerous show participation requests.
Overlooking the unique San Marco square, THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space presents a rich program of exhibitions, talks, meetings, workshops and courses about art, architecture, design and fashion with architects, designers, artists, collectors, art critics, curators, dealers, and other personalities of the International art, architecture and design world. Being part of our program is an exciting opportunity to improve your network and get new inspirations.
THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space is a fascinating and prestigious venue where our professional team will be at your disposal to assist you, offering a unique exhibition experience, giving you the opportunity to display your artworks in Venice, one of the most suggestive cities in the art world, and broadening your artistic career and exhibition background.
Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello is one of the most known palaces of the Renaissance in Venice. It is an historical building dated back to the 16th century, and it has been owned by several noble venetian families, as demonstrated by the frescoed ceilings, the artistic stuccos and the fine furnitures that enrich its rooms. The Palace welcomes visitors with its beautiful private garden on the ground floor, and then it gathers the guests in its large first floor salons, in which past and present dialogue together. The restored Old Masters’ frescoes and the contemporary art masterpieces that are periodically shown in the exhibitions hosted here, make Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello the perfect location for the balance between old and new, between ancient environment and contemporary art, architecture and design.
Today the building is managed by ACIT Venice – the Italian-German Cultural Association – which is considered one of the most important intercultural associations in Europe. Thanks to the ACIT unceasing cultural activity, Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello has nowadays frequent collaborations with the Goethe Institute and with other local and international institutions, maintaining its ancient reputation. Because of these relations, it presents a huge program of memorable art exhibitions, conferences, congresses and concerts. Among the last institutional exhibitions, its participation in the 58th Venice Biennale with the Guatemala pavilion, the Dominican Republic pavilion and the Grenada pavilion. ITSLIQUID Group already had the pleasure to held some festivals and exhibitions in Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello, as MORPHOS Festival and FUTURE IDENTITIES Festival, both in 2014.
SOME OF OUR LAST EXHIBITIONS