RE-COMPOSING by 369 Art Gallery
Venice | July 13 – August 13, 2022
369 Art Gallery is pleased to announce the solo exhibition Re-Composing, held in Venice, at Palazzo Bembo, from July 13 to August 13, 2022. The opening will be on July 13, 2022 from 06:00PM to 10:00PM (follow the event live).
This July, 369 Art Gallery is thrilled to present an exhibition, featuring some of the greatest up-and-coming talents of the Saudi art scene today. Illustrating the diversity of the Saudi cultural identity, questioning the re-composition of the contemporary identity. The fourteen young artists and thirty-four artworks were chosen for this exhibition to explore the many styles, genres and mediums that are universal within contemporary art.
This exhibition will take place in one of the most important cities of art, Venice, under the umbrella of Venice Biennale 2022, from July 13th to August 13th 2022. This exhibition dedicated to the Saudi visual artists introduces the concept of cultural recomposition and proposes its effects on group inter-action processes of the Artists. By this curation, we are questioning the re-composition of art and the art of recomposition, a study made by different Saudi artists, from different perspectives, of their own cultural identity.
A cultural identity that has existed for thousands of years, a rich legacy and heritage, at the same time, so new to the world, that is discovering all its aspects. The curatorial team led by Mona Al Abdullah and Maya Al Abdullah have in their portfolio 50 art exhibitions, two festivals and one Magnum award, for their 51st exhibition they did a serious work of research assisted by Cyrine Bettaleb Ali and Remo Ciucciomei, by inviting the Saudi and Saudi based artists to explore the characteristics that determine our personal and social identity.
They construct a sense of who we are as individuals, as a society, or as a nation. They question stereotypes and conventions while exploring attributes such as gender, race, nationality and heritage. Join us this July to witness an inspirational and exciting display of the contemporary Saudi art scene from these rising talents.
Riva del Carbon, 4793 – 4785, Venice, Italy
July 13 – August 13, 2022
09:30 AM – 05:30 PM | Monday – Friday
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Palazzo Bembo, located in the historic district of San Marco, the heart of Venice, is available to host solo shows 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.
Palazzo Bembo is one of the late Gothic Venetian buildings built in the right middle of the famous Canal Grande, a few meters from the renowned Rialto Bridge. Its name comes from the humanist and literary cardinal Pietro Bembo, known for the so-called “linguistic question” during the Italian XV century.
The facade of the building, with all its gothic pentafore, is as fascinating as the interior which is divided into three floors and characterized by large salons. The seventeenth-century staircase overlooks the internal courtyard that leads to the noble floor, where decorations are dating back to the same century, in Baroque style. The exhibition space, on the first floor, overlooks the Canal Grande and the Rialto Bridge, giving a suggestive view both day and night.