“I, you, him, her” is a very particular exhibition: the history and memories of the life of gay and lesbian during the 30’s and 40’s in Venice. Six young Italian artists tried to translate in art the desires, and the memories and the difficulties of a group of people born in Venice during that period.
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The Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, on the occasion of the Art Biennale 2011, offers the public a series of initiatives based around young artists, both from the region and around the world, underlining its vocation for experimental art.
At the Foundation Bevilacqua La Masa of Venice, from August 28th to October 17th, it will be possible to visit an exhibition centred on the japanese grafics with a selection of one hundred posters by the best artists from the last decade.
Ivana Bukovac, Antonio Cataldo, T-Yong Chung, Nicolò Degiorgis, Roberto De Pol, Francesco Fonassi, Alessandro Laita e Chiaralice Rizzi, Diego Marcon, Caterina Rossato, Giulio Squillacciotti, Sara Francesca Tirelli, Unità di Crisi.
For over a century, the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation has been pursuing the goal of its founder, Duchess Felicita Bevilacqua, who dedicated her home, Ca’ Pesaro, to the cause of promoting the work of young artists in Venice.
The Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation is happy to announce A Ballad of the Flooded Museum, a solo exhibition of Italian artists Hilario Isola and Matteo Norzi, curated by Paola Nicolin. The exhibition will open to the public on August 26th 2010 during the inauguration of the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice.
The works of the venetian artist Silvano Rubino will be exposed until July 18th at Palazzo Tito, head office of the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation. “In equilibrio tra due punti sospesi” is the title of the exposition that the artist has especially created for the exposition spaces of Palazzetto Tito.
“Il Furore delle Immagini” is hosted by Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa in Saint Mark’s Square. This exhibition was born thanks to a project of the Foundation, started in 2007 after the donation of 12,000 books and 1300 original pictures of Italo Zannier.
This incredibile collection is an extremely rare documentation of the photographic culture of our beautifull Country. It’s not only composed of pictures (taken with many different techniques) by also playbills, invitations and brochures starting form the First World War until our own times.
The exposition will be held from the 16th April until the 18th July (closed on Thuesday) in San Marco 71/c. For any further information you can check the website www.fondazionevenezia.it/ilfuroredelleimmagini .