OPENING: VENICE INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2021
Venice | May 10/11 – June 03, 2021
THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space | Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello
Venice International Art Fair is a contemporary art fair that presents collective and solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. The 13th edition represents a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors, artists, photographers, designers and art professionals. The art fair features paintings, sculptures, photography art, installations, video art and live performance.
Venice International Art Fair, organized by ITSLIQUID Group in collaboration with Venice Events and ACIT Venice – Italian-German Cultural Association, will be held in Venice, at THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space from May 10 to June 03, 2021, and at Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello from May 11 to June 03, 2021.
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.
Venice International Art Fair provides artists and exhibitors with the unique opportunity to present their works to an international audience of professionals as curators, gallerists, collectors, editors and publishers who seek to acquire, publish and encourage the best contemporary art talents.
Venice International Art Fair 2021 analyzes the relationship between body and space, and the hybridization between identities and cultural/physical/social/urban settings in contemporary time, through two main sections: LIQUID ROOMS and FUTURE LANDSCAPES.
LIQUID ROOMS analyzes the hidden parts of our identities, through an immersive experience inside the fascinating universe of the complex labyrinths of our consciousness. The human body is a changing system that connects us with other bodies and spaces to perceive the surrounding reality; a strong communication system with its own language and infinite ways of expression.
FUTURE LANDSCAPES are abstract, infinite and conceptual, associated with a sense of freedom and infinite extension. Primarily experienced with the mind, spaces redefining their limits and borders, transforming surfaces in open flow of pure ideas. This section focuses on the concept of the borders and the structures between body, mind and soul, the human identity and the city, the space and the ground.
THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space
Avvassena (Anna Vassena) . Italy | Manuel Alvarez Diestro . Spain | Jürgen Barnickel . Germany | Vesna Boskovic . Montenegro | Eszter Bognàr . Hungary | Brecht Bossuyt. Belgium | Ivana Butković . Croatia | Francisca Caballero . Spain | Caterina Carraro . Germany | İrem Çoban . Turkey | Amadeus Coletta . Brazil | Nathanael Cox . USA | Dénes Csasznyi . Hungary | Jozef Danyi. Czech Republic | Gianni Depaoli . Italy | Caro Dranow . USA | Merlene Dunkley . UK | Annabelle Dvir . Israel | Nataliya Elmer . Austria | Jacqueline Ennis-Cole . UK | Giulia Fraticelli & Annalisa Di Lanno . Italy | Elena Gastón Nicolás . Spain/USA | Oussamah Ghandour . Lebanon | Carolina Grassi . Italy | Aly Hegazy . Spain | Janette K Hopper & Ariana Pirela Sanchez . USA/Canada | Ann Huang . USA | Uday Hue . India | Otilia Iliescu . Romania | Irina Kassabova. Bulgaria/USA | Maryam Khaleghiyazdi & Sidharth Pathak . USA/France | Sophia Kirst . Germany | Eliska Kovacikova . Slovakia/Sweden | Lize Krüger . UK | Simon Kubik . Austria | Sybille Lampe . Germany | Stephanie Langard . France | Linda Liao . USA | Yuying Lyu . China | Michel Félix Marchand . Canada | Luciana Mende . Argentina | Ágnes Nagy . Hungary | Vera Nowottny . Germany | Cynthia Ortu . France | Anna Pazdalska . Poland | Nikos Probst. Germany | G. Pryor . USA | Michaela Resch . Austria | Randy Rocchi. USA | Yelena Safronova . USA | Lara Saget . USA | Valentina Schandl . Austria |Katrin Schöß . Germany | Hynek Skoták . Czech Republic | Maria Stamati . Greece | Olgu Sümengen Berker . Germany | Carlo Ulpiani . Italy | Elina Maria Vaakanainen & Mariangela Forcina . Italy | Violaine Vieillefond . France | Hiroshi Wada . Japan | Natallia Wagner . Bayern/Germany | Peter Wendel . Sweden | Ahmed Yahya . Iraq | Fan Zhou . China | Silvia Zordan . Italy | 13&9 Design . Austria
Rima Al-Juburi . Austria/Iraq | Arion . USA | Michal Avrech . Israel | Cristina Barbieri . Italy | Julanne Barry . The Netherlands | Fiammetta Bellati . Italy | Jonathan Berkh . Austria | Mathilde Berry . Germany | Hélio Boechat Serodio . Brazil/Germany | Vesna Boskovic . Montenegro | Jean-Marie Braun . Germany | Ivana Butković . Croatia | Glenys Buzza . Australia | Chih-Yuan Chang . USA | Haoxuan Chen . Italy | Diana Cheren Nygren . USA | Donegel’ Chong . Switzerland | Aleksandra Ciazynska . Poland | İrem Çoban . Turkey | Amadeus Coletta . Brazil | Ejup Deari . The Netherlands | Maria Del Valle Dellacasagrande . Italy | Rhonda Donovan . USA | Nebojša Dimovski . Bosnia and Herzegovina | Annabelle Dvir . Israel | EDO . Italy | Eliesh . Citizen of the World | Nataliya Elmer . Austria | Puran Falaturi . Germany | Sveta Fedotova . Russia | Petra Forman . Austria | Giulia Fraticelli & Annalisa Di Lanno . Italy | Ania Freindorf . Poland | Vanessa Freuler . Switzerland |Peter Frigo . Austria | Christian Garcia-Olivo . USA | Elena Gastón Nicolás . Spain/USA | Antonio Giuliani . Italy | Carolina Grassi . Italy | Laura GuildA . Germany | Jeanette Helleberg Dybvik . Norway | Gabriella Heves . Hungary | Janette K Hopper & Ariana Pirela Sanchez . USA/Canada | Dorota Kaminska . Poland | Tamás Kacsák . Hungary | D’Oro Provocateur Kerstin Köglmeier . Germany | Sylvia Kester . Germany | Maryam Khaleghiyazdi & Sidharth Pathak . USA/France | Aomi Kikuchi . Japan | Alice Kim | Tonda Kinoko . Poland | Kiki Klimt . Slovenia | Agnieszka Kopczynska Kardas . Poland | Michael Kopplstätter . Austria | Alexandra Kordas. Germany | Yukika Kudo . Austria/Japan | Gabriele La Teana . Italy | Piotr Lagodzinski . Poland | Gennaro Lanzo . Italy | Katherine Lee . China | Lin Li . Italy | Lavinia Longhetto . Italy | Sarah Lorentz . USA | Una Marzorati (unamarz) . Italy/UK | Sofia Muzio . Italy | Michael & Simone Naify . USA | Laura Nies . Belgium | Ariadna Novicov . Italy | Oan Kyu . South Korea | Nina Pauloff . Finland | Raffaela Pederiva . Italy | Mikaya Petros . Italy | Giorgia Pezzoli . Chile | Ivanna Analia Plaza Frattari . Poland | G. Pryor . USA | Ursula Radel-Leszczynski . Austria | Daria Reiinku Rhein . Germany/Russia | Michaela Resch . Austria | Antonia Riederer . Austria | Chiloé Rosanto . Germany | Priya Rupra . UK | Maria Saad . Lebanon | Vittorio Sancipriano . Italy | Michael Schwan . Germany | Ximena Sedano . Colombia/Switzerland | Rebeca Segura Rahme . México | Marius Seidlitz . Germany | Selene’s Art . The Netherlands | Thomas Sinclair . Canada | Sonia Soffritti . Italy | Maria Stamati . Greece | Jirachai Tangkijngamwong . Thailand | Serina Tara . Turkey | The zalentina . Italy |Alexey Trunin . Russia | Victoria V . Austria | Elina Maria Vaakanainen & Mariangela Forcina . Italy | Valerie Ja Vandermotten . Belgium | Hui Zhang . China | Fan Zhou . China | John Zieman . USA
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 Veronica Piras, Giulia Spagnuolo
collaborators Rümeysa Akyildiz, Camilla Folin, Sevgi Özkan, Nisa Sezgin
graphic designer Marina Caracciolo
supported by CARTONARREDO S.A.S. SOLUZIONI ESPOSITIVE IN CARTONE | CENTRO REVISIONI PEDERIVA | CHILDREN HAVE DREAMS TOO |COMUNE DI TROINA | FORUM AUSTRIACO DI CULTURA | FREYLER ART GALLERY | HAAN | HUB DESIGN | LA BARRICA | LEGAMBIENTE | MCART.IST ART INCUBATION CENTER | ISTANBUL |RED MERCOSUR | 13&9 DESIGN
THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space
Calle Larga San Marco, 374 – 30124 Venice, Italy
May 10 – June 03, 2021
09:30 AM – 05:30 PM | Monday – Friday
OPENING May 10, 2021
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Cannaregio 4118 – 30121 Venice, Italy
May 11 – June 03, 2021
10:00 AM – 06:00 PM | Monday – Friday
OPENING May 11, 2021
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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.
ITSLIQUID is a web based information platform, founded in 2001 by Luca Curci, dedicated to world wide distribution of information about calls for entries, exhibitions and events at some of the world’s leading art galleries, museums and foundations selected. ITSLIQUID has already built a readership of more than 250.000 qualified subscribers. Among them architects, designers, artists, collectors, art critics, curators, dealers, and other personalities of the International art, architecture and design world. It provides advertising services, press office services for events and projects, articles and specials published on the website, media partnerships services.
During the last 20 years, ITSLIQUID Group has became a cultural hub between creatives, exhibition spaces and art lovers. Among our international partners, Art Now Fair, Art Vancouver, Design Tokyo, INDEX Qatar, INDEX Saudi, The Big 5 Construct Dubai, The Big 5 Construct Qatar, Photo LA Los Angeles and international magazines like Art Style. ITSLIQUID Group supports some of the most important no-profit organizations, like UNFCCC – United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, SSCS – Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, One Tree Planted, The Ocean CleanUp and Plastic Oceans, with the goal to increase public awareness about environmental issues. Click here to find out more.
ITSLIQUID GROUP includes a section dedicated to the organization of international art events, managing exhibitions of painting, photography, video art, installation and performance; it organizes solo and collective shows, art residencies and international contests. Its object is to use new technologies to globalize the language of art, to connect artists working in every part of the world.
ITSLIQUID Group manages a variety of art spaces all over the world; among them THE ROOM Contemporary Art Space in the heart of San Marco Square in Venice and different historical buildings, THE LINE Contemporary Art Space in the London city center and other different partners worldwide. Since its beginning, the group has organized more than 250 events all around the world, involving more than 5.000 artists, in more than 60 international venues in Italy, USA, Canada, UK, Spain, France, etc. Most of the last events have been realized in museums (CCCB – Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona in Spain, NCCA – National Center for Contemporary Arts in Moscow, etc.), galleries and private foundations.
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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