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BIENNALE ART 2022: THE MILK OF DREAMS
The 59th. International Art Exhibition, curated by Cecilia Alemani, will be open to the public from Saturday, April 23 to Sunday, November 27, 2022, at the Giardini and Arsenale.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, April 9-September 26, 2022
Museum Barberini, Potsdam, Oct. 22, 2022-Jan. 29, 2023
A collaboration between the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and Museum Barberini, this is the first international exhibition to address the Surrealists' interest in magic, esotericism, mythology and the occult. With some sixty works at the Venetian venue from more than 40 major international institutions and private collections, the exhibition offers a broad and comprehensive overview of Surrealism as a whole, and examines the innumerable ways in which magic and the occult shaped its development, from Giorgio de Chirico's Metaphysical Painting to Max Ernst's iconic 1940 painting The Dressing of the Bride, to the occult imagery of the late works of Leonora Carrington and Remedios Varo. In general, artists adhering to the movement nurtured the notion of the artist as an alchemist, magician, or visionary, viewing magic as a form of poetic and philosophical discourse linked to processes of personal emancipation.
Barch-in, the drive-in cinema on a boat born last year from the intuition of some young people during the period of pandemic emergency, returns to the Arsenale in Venice. A program of screenings is scheduled from July 24 to 31 on the large outdoor screen that will feature Venice on the occasion of the 1,600th anniversary of the city's founding. A make-up day is planned for Aug. 1 in case of postponement due to bad weather.
Barch-In will be a free event, with opportunities to contribute a free offering to support the initiative. The screening program will feature Venice and will be aimed at celebrating its 1,600th anniversary. Shorts and short video presentations will be offered alongside the feature films. Reservations will be made online from www.cinemabarchin.com. As per Covid regulations, registration of attendance and berth reservation will be mandatory for all participants. Registration will open at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 19, 67 the number of boats allowed within the Arsenal Basin. Like last year, there will be no shortage of surprise cult films, which the audience will discover only a few minutes before the screening. All films will be introduced through different keys that connect the film to the city thanks to video essays, theatrical texts, video presentations, and short films." The event is produced in collaboration with FEMS du Cinéma.
Waiting for the sunset, the evenings will be preceded by an aperiport, accompanied by a DJ set in collaboration with some radio stations, but as in a real drive-in cinema, it will also be possible to book a dinner directly from the boat thanks to a food-delivery service.
For those without their own boat, the possibility of boarding, again respecting social distancing, boats made available by various city rowing companies has been provided. In this case, the place can be reserved from 3 p.m. on Friday 16 until 24 hours later by sending an e-mail to [email protected] Places will be assigned while availability lasts.
For information and reservations: https://cinemabarchin.com
VENICE HISTORICAL REGATTA
The earliest records of the Historical Regatta are from the 13th century but it is probably much older since the city of Venice has always been projected onto the sea.
It takes place every year on the first Sunday of September.
The event commemorates the reception to Caterina Cornaro, wife of the King of Cyprus, who renounced her throne in favor of Venice.
During the Regata Storica, typical 16th-century boats parade in the Grand Canal with figures in typical costumes in memory of the Republic's glorious past. Once the parade is over, the Regattas, a series of races in different types of rowing boats, begin.
The full program includes the blessing of the gondolinos in Campo della Salute on Thursday and the presentation of the crews, preceded by a water parade on the Grand Canal starting from the Erbaria in Rialto.
On Sunday, September 5, the afternoon begins with a parade along the Grand Canal of historic boats with costumed figures, gondolas and boats from the Venetian rowing associations.
This will be followed by the actual races:
- Regata de le Maciarele e de le Schie: regatta on two-oared mascarete boats reserved for boys.
- REGATA DEI GIOVANISSIMI SU PUPPARINI A DUE OMI
- REGATTA OF THE CAORLINE ON SIX OARS
- International Universities Rowing Challenge on 8-oar galleons between the crew of Ca' Foscari and Iuav Universities of Venice and teams from other universities
- WOMEN'S REGATTA ON TWO-OARED MASCARETES
- REGATTA OF TWO-OARED GONDOLINOS
Presented the program of the 79th Venice Film Festival, which promises to be full not only of big stars but also of important themes, because, as Alberto Barbera stated "Festivals are not closed bubbles that do not look at reality"
Unveiled is the program of the 79th Venice International Film Festival, which will take place on the Venice Lido from August 31 to September 10, 2022.
In competition will be new films by Baumbach, Amelio, Aronofsky, Gonzales Iñárritu, McDonagh, Crialese and Guadagnino, among others.
Many stars are expected on the Lido, including Adam Driver, Timothée Chalamet, Colin Farrell, Cate Blanchett, Tilda Swinton, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Penelope Cruz and Harry Style. Alongside them are directors, actors and actresses from 56 countries, for a festival that, as Director Alberto Barbera also stressed, is "a window on the world."
In the beautiful Venetian setting of Campo San Polo, from Sunday, Aug. 14 to Saturday, Aug. 27, the festival "CINEMOVING - a look at Europe" will be staged, consisting of fourteen eveningsdedicated to European cinema: feature films, short films, documentaries and fiction films from different European nations will be offered, to which will be dedicated in-depthand presentations, in close collaboration with various international institutions.
All performances are free admission while seats last.
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Nicolao Atelier is an artisan company that has been producing historical costumes and dresses since 1980, with a focus on Venetian costume history, active on the international film-theater scene and opera performances.
It has a repertoire of more than 15,000 cine-theatrical costumes made with fine fabrics and workmanship for major film and opera-theater productions, complemented by related accessories.
Nicolao Atelier has worked for the most important opera, theater and film productions all over the world: from the Lyric Opera of Chicago and Washington, to the New National thetre of Tokyo, passing through Bilbao, Lisbon, Nice, Lausanne, La Fenice, La Scala and major Italian and European theaters.
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The Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice presents, from March 11 to October 23, 2022, the largest retrospective ever dedicated to photographer Sabine Weiss (Switzerland, 1924), among the leading representatives of French humanist photography along with Robert Doisneau, Willy Ronis, Edouard Boubat, Brassaï and Izis. Curated by Virginie Chardin, the exhibition is sponsored by the Venice Foundation, produced by Marsilio Arte in collaboration with Berggruen Institute, produced by the Paris-based Sabine Weiss studio and Laure Delloye-Augustins, and supported by Jeu de Paume and the International Festival Les Rencontres de la photographie d'Arles.
The only postwar female photographer to have practiced this profession for so long and in all fields of photography-from reportage to portraits of artists, from fashion to street shots with a focus on children's faces, to numerous world travels-Sabine Weiss, now 97 years old, has opened her personal archives, stored in Paris, to tell, for the first time in a broad and structured way, her extraordinary story and work.
Anish Kapoor is the first British artist to be celebrated by the Gallerie dell'Accademia, as well as at Palazzo Manfrin, with an extraordinary exhibition in conjunction with the 59th Art Biennale, from April 20 to October 9, 2022. It is curated by art historian Taco Dibbits, director of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
The exhibition, which includes 60 works, is retrospective in nature and presents key moments in the artist's career alongside a new body of unpublished work. On display for the first time are new, highly innovative works created using carbon nanotechnology, as well as recent paintings and sculptures that testify to the vitality and visionary drive of Kapoor's current artistic output.