Fragility Unveiled

Fragilità Svelate, Palazzo Pisani Revedin, Venezia


From 08 Marzo 2023 to 02 Aprile 2023


Place: Palazzo Pisani Revedin

Address: Sestiere San Marco 4013/A

Times: Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm and from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm, closed on Mondays

Responsibles: Anna Isopo

Ticket price: free entrance

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From 8 March to 2 April, 2023 the prestigious rooms of the Palazzo Pisani Revedin will house the exhibition "Fragility Unveiled", curated by Anna Isopo and with critical texts by the art historian Martina Scavone. The Palace, a historic jewel in the heart of Venice, will be the backdrop for the works of international artists who managed to establish a solid relationship between the fragility of the world around us and the ephemerality of artistic creation; it generates a dichotomy which is emblematic of existence itself, suspended between present and future, appearance and reality, soul and body. The same dualism affects the exhibition itinerary, in which the alternation between exhibition dimension and narration, between container and content, meaning and signifier, gives life to a multifaceted and multiple reality.

“Fragility Unveiled” will be divided into two appointments; from 8 to 19 March, the itinerary through the halls of Palazzo Pisani Revedin will let visitors see the works of Regula Margrit Bill, Conie, Konstantinos Spiropoulos, Pia Kintrup and Maria Pacheco Cibils. Five solo exhibitions that converge and relate to the exhibition space, outlining the personality of each artist.

In addition to the five solo exhibitions, one of the rooms of the Palace will be dedicated to a collective exhibition in which the works of Axel Becker, Paul-Yves Poumay, Luciano Puzzo, Belle Roth, Camelia Sadovei and Ulli Ströbitzer will be protagonists, becoming an occasion for reflection.

From 22 March to 2 April, in the second appointment, the solo exhibitions of the artists Tatiana An, Daniela de Scorpio, Waltraud Gemein, Monika Kropshofer and Mirella Ventura will follow. Different languages and extraordinary interpretations will better show the artists’ vision of thought.

In the group exhibition, the works of Beate Batiajew, Lesley Bunch, Monika Hartl, Rose Passalboni, Ada Pasta, Sal Ponce Enrile and Ulrich Kälberer will be displayed. The result is an exhibition capable of transmitting perceptions of beauty, strength and energy.