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2018, VENICE ARCHITETTURE BIENNALE

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION OF ANTONIO SAPORITO

2018 Venice Biennale, COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION OF ANTONIO SAPORITO

 CONTEMPORARY VENICE. ART'S LIGHTS AND COLORS

PALAZZO ALBRIZZI CAPELLO, VENICE

SECOND SESSION 9-23 SEPTEMBER 2018

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION OF ANTONIO SAPORITO

PROMOTER INSTITUTIONS:

• Associazione Culturale Galleria Folco

• Pinacoteca Palazzo delle Arti Beltrani

• Ugo Guidi Museum

• Italo-German Cultural Association - Venice

• Goethe Institut of Venice


On the occasion of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, the International Film Festival, the Venice Glass Week and the Music Festival, Italia Arte, Museo MIIT and Galleria Folco, are the curators and organizer of the exhibition in two sessions "Venezia in Biennale" and “Venezia Contemporanea: luci e colori dell’arte”, “Venice in Bienale” and "Contemporary Venice. Art's lights and colors ".

The exhibition is organized as part of the first European Year of Cultural Heritage, to which the MIIT Museum adheres with its 2018 exhibitions.

"Contemporary Venice. Art's lights and colors" is part of the 2nd session of this artistic event parallel to the 2018 Venice Biennale.


From 9 to 23 September 2018 at Palazzo Albrizzi Capello, home of the Guatemale Pavilion at the 2018 Architecture Biennale, with the Patronage of the Italian-German Cultural Association and the Goethe Institut of Venice, the exhibition will present some important artists selected by curators, gallery owners, critics, art historians and journalists of the Scientific Committee of the MIIT Museum in Turin.


Among the selected works, some of the most significant works of the long artistic career of the contemporary sculptor painter Antonio Saporito are on display.

Already in his third experience at the Venice Biennale and present in the most important European art exhibitions and in the world, Antonio Saporito can be considered today one of the most authoritative interpreters of the Italian artistic scene.

References to his experience with Lucio Fontana, to spatialism and to contemporary geometric abstractism make his artistic journey, essentially linked to matter, a research that chooses the path of abstraction using metallic materials.