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'The drop that contained the sea' is a title which is inspired by an album of composer Christopher Lin, but is also connected to a childhood memory. On a sunny day, a sudden rain poured its drops on our big garden around our farm. I was 3 or 4 years old by then. As soon … Continue reading The drop that contained the sea – Ria Geerdink about her contribution to Libertà 2019
‘Moving’ photography and graphite drawing My work contains two polaroids of bridge-heads connected by graphite drawing. The drawing contains indefinite silhouettes of people, associated with movement, arriving and leaving. I didn’t want to recreate a Venetian bridge and was researching, developing an archetypical image of the meaning of ‘bridge’. A bridge that can be everywhere, … Continue reading MOVING – Onno Dirks about his contribution to Libertà 2019
Exclusively for the 2019 Biennale, GALLERGRY has devised an art reflection workshop. ‘May you reflect on interesting times’ is an interactive alternative to the guided tours in Venice. This conscientious experience requires private booking, for up to 8 people. The 'pilot' will join your quest, structure it and function as the clock. Together you will … Continue reading May you reflect on interesting times – art reflection workshop
Gallergry provides a guided reflection. Follow the blog or the art reflection workshop ‘May you reflect on interesting times’ available upon request. For reservations and more information: email@example.com. Some keys to help understand the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia ‘May you live in interesting times’, curated by Ralph Rugoff. The doors … Continue reading May you live in interesting times – keys
Right before finishing the map of the event Libertà, we are delighted to include 3 more artists: Simone Bortolotti (IT) Madalena Corrêa Mendes (PRT) Lucrezia Stenico (IT) More info on the Libertà page. We are in the final round of talks to possible participating spaces. By the second week of May the map will be … Continue reading Libertà – final artists confirmed
Gallergry provides a guided reflection. Follow the blog or the art reflection workshop ‘May you reflect on interesting times’ available upon request. For reservations and more information: firstname.lastname@example.org. Some basics on the Biennale to help understand the 58th International Art Exhibition 'May you live in interesting times' curated by Ralph Rugoff. The idea of a … Continue reading La Biennale di Venezia – the basics
Probably I should start by saying that instead of writing about contemporary art, this time I would like to introduce you to the Swiss painter Luigi Pericle (1916-2001) and tell you the story of his amazing re-discovery. Luigi Pericle was a great painter, in possession of a big brain and he had an A.K.A.: Giovannetti … Continue reading Venice during the Biennale 2019: Luigi Pericle
Libertà is developing at a good pace and GALLERGRY is delighted to share this great news with you! A very warm welcome to these two artists who will be participating to Libertà as well: Shane Guffogg (USA) and Christine Bax (NL) And a special thanks to these locations, that will be our hosts on 24/25/26 May … Continue reading Libertà: locations confirmed, new artists joined and more!
GALLERGRY is very excited to share the confirmed artists up to now that will participate in the pop-up exhibition Libertà. READ MORE INFO ON THIS PAGE DEDICATED TO LIBERTÀ. Curator: Gryanne Stunnenberg (NL) – GALLERGRY Artists in random order (confirmed): Paloma Leyton (AR) Laura Santini (IT) Michele Deiana (IT) Anja Dimitrijevic (RS) Maarten van Aken … Continue reading Artists confirmed for Libertà 2019!
GALLERGRY is organizing an exhibition in private spaces with a public feel in Mestre and Venice, Italy. For this exhibition we are looking for contemporary artists that work with the theme 'Comune di Venezia'. This theme can be interpreted in a broad sense. The exhibition Libertà will have the character of an art event, will … Continue reading OPEN CALL for GALLERGRY exhibition: Libertà