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Galeria Federico Luger
Milano
 

THE IMMIGRANTS
Experiment 2. Venice

Curated by Federico Luger and Pasquale Lecesse 

 

Featured artists:

Alighiero Boetti / Igor Eškinja / Franklin Evans / Jacob Hashimoto / Radhika Khimji /

Gianni Pettena / Luca Pozzi / Giovanni Rizzoli / Richard Prince / Santiago Sierra / Traslochi Emotivi

May 2013 to July 2013.

Boston University

Venice has been a destination for artists around the world since the city was cobbled together on a bunch of mud flats in the Middle Ages. Students at the College of Fine Arts school of visual arts are no exception — each year, art majors make their own pilgrimages to this hotbed of Renaissance art and architecture through BU’s Venice Studio Arts Program. The program offers a fully Venetian experience, from working alongside Italian artists in the print workshop of the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica to taking the vaporetto to the painting studios on the nearby island of Giudecca. At the Scuola, students take classes ranging from woodcut to glassblowing help round out their cultural immersion.

PAVILION OF LEBANON

Date: June 8th to Sept 30th 2007

 

Exhibition Title: Foreword

Artists: Fouad Elkoury, Lamia Joreige, Walid Sadek, Mounira Al Solh, & Akram Zaatari

Commissioners: Saleh Barakat, Sandra Dagher & Vittorio Urbani

Curators: Saleh Barakat & Sandra Dagher

Management in Venice by: Nuova Icona associazione culturale per le arti, Venice

 

2007 7or the first time Lebanon was present in the Venice Biennale with its own national pavilion. The Venice Biennale is regarded as one of the most important events in the contemporary art calendar. It gave Lebanese artists an opportunity to exhibit their work to the elite of the contemporary art world as well as emphasize that world class artistic practices in Lebanon continue now more than ever.

The space for the Pavilion of Lebanon at the 52nd Venice Biennale was in a vaulted hall that was formerly known as the Birreria Dreher, a XIXth Century industrial site in Venice on Giudecca Island. The island has become a place for alternative culture, particularly in the fields of theatre, dance and visual arts. It has been constantly hosting off site and alternative exhibitions during the Venice Biennale.

Jeremiah Day: Things are mogins all arround us

 

Exhibition

June 4th - July 5th 2011

Curated by Chiara Sartori and Vittorio Urbani

With the support of the Welsh Assembly Government,

British Council and Wales Arts International