Robert White at Venice Biennale Alexander Ponomarev’s Subtiziano.
Dear people, I can only start the day with a quick mail to update the recent itinerary of what is happening here in between the canals and sometimes in the canals, Alexander Ponomarev’s Subtiziano show held by the RNA has blown us away with the immense effort of building a 70 ft submarine hand painted floating outside the show.
But as an advertisement to a show its hard to beat but the show had enough nuance in the rest of the art work to leave me very happy. The subtle drawing over working architectural plans, both nautical and construction working drawings were a beautiful compliment to delicate, feather submarines in glass briefcase’s, I hope to go back and get some more info for you all because it was indeed worth all the effort invested in the work .
Alexander Ponomarev’s Subtiziano as a Collateral Event of The 53rd International Art Exhibition-La Biennale di Venezia (ARTinfo)
That obscure object of art (artnews.org)
A plus A gallery in Venice presents the show Exercises in Style. Curated by NOVEL, it includes works by Helen Cammock, Keren Cytter, Anthony D Green, Loretta Fahrenholz, RB. Kitay, Ghislaine Leung, Bob van der Wal. On until 5th August.
The 58th edition of the Venice Biennale – open through to late November – has been greeted by critical consensus: France, Lithuania and Ghana are the national pavilions of choice
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For the fourth exhibition in its space in Venice, Alberta Pane gallery presented the collective show Extended Architecture. For the […]