Ropac_LaBiennale_22

Thaddaeus Ropac
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On view during Venice Biennale 2022

https://ropac.net/online-exhibitions/d1aa7e65300c4fd89c5e3d49e882814e/

Ateneo Veneto•Centro culturale

Ateneo Veneto, Galleria Thaddaeus Ropac

DANIEL RICHTER / LIMBO

Installazione site-specific di Daniel Richter

Press preview: Tuesday 19 April 2022 | 10am–6pm

Curated by Eva Meyer-Hermann

Open to public: 21 April—25 September 2022

22 Aprile -25 Settembre, h. 10 /18

Scuola Grande di San Fantin

San Marco, 1897

Campo San Fantin 30124, Venezia

A series of new oil paintings by Daniel Richter will be exhibited in the historic context of the Ateneo Veneto. This new body of work will be presented alongside ink drawings and other works on paper, books, and ephemera from the artist’s archive.

An artist book with an essay written by the curator will accompany the exhibition, while an extensive monograph on Richter’s works, also written and edited by Eva Meyer-Hermann, will be published in September 2022.

Palazzo Cini, Fondazione Giorgio Cini

The Palazzo Cini Gallery

Joseph Beuys: Fine-limbed /Finamente Articolato

Press preview: Tuesday 19 April 2022 | 10am—8pm

Curated by Luca Massimo Barbero

Open to public: 20 April—2 October 2022

20 April – 21 November 2022

Campo San Vio, Dorsoduro 864

Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore – 30124 Venezia

https://www.palazzocini.it/#mostra-joseph-beuys-finamente-articolato

COLLATERAL EVENT OF THE 59TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION

LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA

NEGOZIO OLIVETTI

Lucio Fontana / Antony Gormley

CURATED BY LUCA MASSIMO BARBERO

20 April—27 November 2022

Open to public: 20 April—27 November 2022

Piazza San Marco, 101, 30124 Venezia VE, Italien

https://www.galleriacontinua.com/special-projects/lucio-fontana-antony-gormley-159

Lucio Fontana / Antony Gormley – (from left to right): Lucio Fontana, Ambiente spaziale, 1948, gouache on paper, 37,7 x 22,5 cm (detail). Milano, Fondazione Lucio Fontana. Copyright: Fondazione Lucio Fontana by SIAE 2022 – Antony Gormley, CHROMOSPHERE XI, 2019, Carbon and casein on paper, 27.7 x 38 cm, © the artist

MUVE Contemporaneo

Palazzo della Memoria

RAQIB SHAW

Curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal

Exhibition: 22 April – 25 September 2022

Venice, Ca’ Pesaro

International Gallery of Modern Art Dom Pérignon rooms

Santa Croce 2076, 30135 Venezia

Raqib Shaw’s first solo presentation in Italy will feature a new body of work, including 12 paintings and a film. The centrepiece will be a large-scale ‘retrospective’ painting spanning over 2m in width, which combines many of Shaw’s previous works in one image. This is a site-specific project inspired by the unique painting traditions of Venice and Rome, in particular the Renaissance artists Giorgione, Tintoretto and Panini.

La Biennale di Venezia

Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello

Oliver Beer

Uncombed, Unforeseen, Unconstrained

Press previews: Tuesday 19 April 2022 | 3–7pm

Wednesday 20 April 2022 | 12–4pm

Curated by Ziba Ardalan

24-hour performance: Wednesday 20 April 2022 | 10pm

Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art

Collateral Event of the 59th International Art Exhibition

Interactive sound installation 24-hour live performance

21. April 2022 | 9 pm

Artists Darren Almond, Oliver Beer, Rana Begum with Hyetal, Julian Charrière, David Claerbout, Bharti Kher, Arghavan Khosravi, Teresa Margolles, Si On, Martin Puryear, and Rayyane Tabet

Curated by Ziba Ardalan, Founder, Artistic and Executive Director of Parasol unit

Open to public: 23 April—27 November 2022

Campiello Pisani, 1910, 30124 Venezia VE, Italien

Uncombed, Unforeseen, Unconstrained

https://www.conservatoriovenezia.eu/

Specially created for the group exhibition Uncombed, Unforeseen, Unconstrained Oliver Beer’s Little Gods (Chamber Organ) is an interactive sound installation made of a collection of vessels and hollow objects, which have been carefully selected for their specific natural resonant frequencies.

Bringing together works by eleven artists, including Darren Almond, Rana Begum with Hyetal and Teresa Margolles, the exhibition will focus on the theme of ‘entropy’ and will explore disorder and unpredictability in the world today.

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