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Venice Biennale Arte 2022

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Venice Biennale Arte 2022

The 59th International Art Exhibition

Under the title “Personal Structures – Reflections” – we exhibited, among many other greats of the art world, such as Arnulf Rainer, Albert Scopin, Donald Martiny, Hermann Nitsch, Richard Orlinski, Carol Feuerman, Yoko Ono in the Giardini Marinaressa as well as in the Palazzo Mora ECC.

The new work in bronze for the park “Giardini della Marinaressa” in Venice impresses with its delicate appearance. The graceful, elongated sculpture retains its graceful, aesthetically balanced formal language despite the weight of the material.

Also cast in bronze is the sculpture that is exhibited in Palazzo Mora. It exudes a lightness and recalls ancient masterpieces.

In their sculptures, the artists Franziska and Mercedes Welte realize a perfection with spatial dynamics that immediately interacts with the recipient. It is this oscillating sense of space paired with the smooth, sophisticatedly appearing coloration of the surface design that enables the viewer to experience art in a way that appeals to all the senses.

As one of the world’s most important art exhibitions, the Biennale Arte Venice is more than a periodic cultural showcase of different nations. For decades, it has made a decisive contribution to current discourse and cultural development. Artists from all over the world have been presenting their works at the Venice Biennale since 1895.

The international art exhibition will take place from April 23 to November 27, 2022, curated by Cecilia Alemani. The supporting program, designed by the European Cultural Centre (ECC), offers, in addition to the main exhibition, numerous venues outside the Arsenale, featuring renowned galleries such as Gagosian with Anselm Kiefer, the Continuna Gallery with Anish Kapoor, and also Katharina Grosse. In addition, online events and livestreams also take place on the YouTube or Instagram channel of the organization ECC.

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