Opening 8th June at 6pm
A historic building located in the Venetian Lagoon is serving as a site for an art exhibition. Its walls currently portray the work of two artists; emerging local, Alberto Vignazia, and affirmed British contemporary artist, Endless.
This art forms part of the Liquid Identity event, which will be hosted at the Laneri School from the 8th June. The event is brought to you by G'art [gallery of the arts], in collaboration with ArteMea of London.
An emerging Italian artist – Alberto Vignazia – protagonist of articulated, although not many participation in Italy and abroad. Endless, an affirmed British contemporary artist. They both have blurred identities and are characters above conventions. If the former reveals himself through his alter ego – Papibulldozer – the latter usually wears a bandana when turning up at live performances.
While messing about with the city’s creative element - water - both artists enjoy experimenting different materials. They produce new trends and reinterpret their own artistic patterns pushing the audience to question the sense of this whole contemporary evanescence. Venice is the most sumptious but fragile example.
Street art was born in the Usa between the 70s-80s as an expression of “subculture”. It was then exported and celebrated in the most prestigious galleries in the world. Now street art appears to the public with these artists whose personal languages intertwine with the city. For Endless with the release of a new brand called “Eau de lagune”. An interesting artistic expression which uses bright colours and street style ironically and offers a new conscious meaning to the contemporary icons.
LIQUID IDENTITY exhibition
Scuola dei Laneri (Santa Croce – Salizada San Pantalon, 131A) - Venice
Opening time: 11am – 7pm
Closed on Mondays
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