OPENING: CONTEMPORARY VENICE 2016 – It’s LIQUID International Art Show
Palazzo Flangini: December 16, 2016
It’s LIQUID Group, in collaboration with VALORIZZAZIONI CULTURALI | ART-EVENTS, is proud to announce the opening of CONTEMPORARY VENICE – It’s LIQUID International Art Show, international exhibition of architecture, photography, painting, video art, installation and performance art, will be held in Venice, in the prestigious Palazzo Flangini, from December 16, 2016 to January 15, 2017.
The opening of the event will be on December 16, 2016 in the prestigious Palazzo Flangini, starting from 06:00PM (free entry)
organizer: It’s LIQUID Group
media partners: Artdependence Magazine | Art Prizes | Dream Idea Machine | World Architecture Community
curator: Arch. Luca Curci
project coordinators: Domenico Fallacara, Carmela Loiacono
collaborators: Maria Virginia Bittini, Carlotta Cosentino, Angelica D’Agostino, Gloria Sartore
press office: It’s LIQUID Group
venue: Palazzo Flangini, 252 Cannaregio – 30121 Venice, Italy
December 16, 2016 – January 15, 2016
From Monday to Friday – 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
CONTEMPORARY VENICE is an exhibition of contemporary art, an opportunity for international artists and architects to show their works in one of the most important exhibition place in Venice. The main theme is based on contemporaneity as a source of inspiration and a starting point for new visions of the world. The exhibition aims to analyze the contemporary human lives and behaviors, the relationship between man and urban/natural backgrounds.
The meditation about the daily contacts between humankind and contemporary phenomena is always object of artistic investigation. Art starts from the material and psychological aspects of the human life in specific time and contexts. We invite artists and architects to share their works, ideas and researches based on the theme of the event.
Nathalie Auzépy . France | Antonia Pia Gordon . UAE | Young Choi . South Korea | Linda Hollier . UAE
Atelier M (Myriam Schryve) . UAE | Pierre Ajavon . France | Robert Atwater . USA | Anne Beaujeant . Belgium | Anyla Berisha . Kosovo | Dilan Bozyel . Turkey | Helga Borbás . Austria | Brittany Brush . USA | Francesca Busca . Italy | Anna Day . UK | Maria del Carmen Rodriguez . Republic Dominican | Vasco Diogo . Portugal | David Donald . UK | Esther Duvekot . Belgium | Renate Egger & Wilhelm Roseneder . Austria | Sara Fernandes Costa Pereira . Portugal | Diana Fernández Vásquez . Guatemala | Juan José García Escudero . Spain | Amalia Gil-Merino . Germany | Kayle Giroud . Switzerland | Shakti Gomez . UK | Génesis González . USA | Matheus Goulart . USA | Yazeed Hani Alamasi . Saudi Arabia | Chia-Yi Huang . USA | Aimée Joaristi . Costa Rica | Dagur Jónsson . Iceland | Jotho (Thomas Gevaert and Jozefien Van Poucke) . France | Athina Kanellopoulou . Greece | Kira Kealy-Watz . Australia | Kyoyoung Keum . South Korea | Heryun Kim . South Korea | Miyoung Kim . UK | Stacey Kinder . Canada | Federico Martín Kiper . Argentina | Yuki Kobayashi . Japan | Thomas Koch . Germany | Kurt Kohl . USA | Teppo Korte . The Netherlands | Shai Langen . The Netherlands | Petr Krátký . Czech Republic | Sophie Lawniczak . Germany | Eli Leonardi . Argentina | Massimo Magee . UK | Dahlia Mahmoud . UAE | Dia Manesi . Greece | Massimiliano Manieri & Mina D’Elia . Italy | Marie-Claire Messouma Manlanbien . France | Adam Mielu Pakurar . Austria | Yosra Mojtahedi . France | Natasha Monfared . Iran | Luca Nanini (unaduna) . Italy | Frédérique Nolet de Brauwere . Belgium | Neda Notash . Iran | Ervin Õunapuu . Estonia | Gamze Ozturk . Turkey | Charlotte Pann . Austria | Kayla Parker . UK | Paskya . France | Rakel Persson . France | Marina Petri . Greece | Gina Plunder . Germany | Zorica Purlija . Australia | Ipung Purnomo . Indonesia | Carmen Ramon Cami . Spain | Edd Ravn . UK | Jonathan Redmayne . Australia | Natalia Rodriguez Caballero . Mexico | Gennady Roitich . Israel | Virginia E. Roldán . UK | Nicki Rolls . UK | Eynav Rosolio . Israel | Rosa M. Santibáñez . UK | Gary Setzer . USA | Maja Spasova . UK | Evans Tasiopoulos . USA | Marjolaine Uscotti . Italy | Nargiza Usmanova & Maxim Zinchuk . Canada | Karla Valle-Griffith . Nicaragua | Ziling Wang . UK | Pawel Wocial . Poland | David Yoffe . Israel | Danaiwit Yukhong . Thailand | Shanglie Zhou . Belgium
Torn between optimism and surrender, Francesca is haunted by the idea of mankind’s imminent self-destruction. Yet, she still believes in a future for humanity of resourceful innovation through recycling and upcycling. She is fascinated by the colours and textures of both artificial and natural elements, which she enthusiastically hunts for in everyday life and restlessly plays with in new combinations, pairing and contrasting noble material with rubbish. Her aim is to prove their reciprocal need, how rubbish is a relative definition and how it can be turned into something useful, fun and even beautiful.About Mosaic ROCKS by Francesca Busca