Posts Tagged ‘contemporary art’

9° Laguna Art Prize

Friday, March 20th, 2015

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Saturday 21 March we invite you not to miss the ceremony of 9° International Laguna Art Prize, sponsored, among others, by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Veneto region the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice, and from the IUAV and IED.
The prize (awarded medal by the President of the Italian Republic) aims to promote and enhance the emerging contemporary art, with cash prizes for contest on six sections: painting, sculpture and installations, photographic art, video art and performance, virtual and digital art, environmental art and landscape (land art).

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It’s Art so I can!

Monday, June 13th, 2011

FL_00191094_026Contemporary art is not understandable for everyone.  Nevertheless you can understand what you want. Let’s have a look at the very controversial exhibit of one of the Venice Biennale : Giuseppe Veneziano.
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Modernikon – Casa dei Tre Oci

Monday, June 13th, 2011

gutovThe Art of Being Contemporary foundation, Moscow, in collaboration with Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, are delighted to present a major exhibition of Russian contemporary art entitled Modernikon, curated by Francesco Bonami and Irene Calderoni.
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“Firma” by Janez Janša, Janez Janša and Janez Janša.

Monday, March 21st, 2011

e_0836_04Project of the Slovene collective with the title “Firma” (in italian: “signature”). The authors, following strictly the apposite bureaucratic practices, in 2007 have changed their own names in the one of the prime minister of Slovenia Janez Jansa. From that moment all their works, all their private and public business, have been signed and conducted with this name. The exhibition is focused on the paternity concept of the authors.
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Tony Cragg at Ca’ Pesaro

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

tony-cragg-450x359With an itinerary through the three floors of Ca’ Pesaro – from the entrance hall and small room on the ground floor, to the monumental staircase, second floor and façade overlooking the Grand Canal – the exhibition offers forty works of art, in glass, bronze, steel, plastic, wood and stone, but also drawings, preparatory sketches and watercolours, spanning thirty years activity, from the 80s to nowadays, most of which have never been on show in Italy before.
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