“Raccogliendo silenzi di conchiglia” di ALDO VIANELLO (Supernova)

Febbraio 5th, 2018

Nel libro, scritto durante un momento assai critico della sua vita, dovuto a problemi di salute e alla imposta rinuncia di gustare quel nettare rosso che si mescolava col sangue e ravvivava il suo cuore, il poeta non smette di cantare sinceramente... (more)

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Mostra personale di STEFANO ZANUS

Gennaio 24th, 2018

Usare il termine poliedrico è sicuramente riduttivo quando si parla di Stefano Zanus e delle sue multi-direzionali attività: pittore, grafico, fotografo, scultore, creatore di installazioni, performer, giornalista, animatore di attività artistiche. Un’esperienza tecnico-umanistica lunga quasi cinquant’anni, tutta all’insegna della curiosità, della sperimentazione,... (more)

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”Voci dal fondo” di SEBASTIANO GATTO

Gennaio 15th, 2018

Piccoli frammenti, brevi intarsi di vite altrui lasciate spesso a margine e che si intersecano con le vite nostre, sono tenute assieme da un io narrante volutamente fittizio – un infermiere figlio di migrante – e una lirica che confina molto Voci... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY ELISABETTA LEPES

Dicembre 18th, 2017

Portraits and self-portraits, the face as a physical space across which thoughts, emotions and memories may flow: a space to be crossed with a colour capable of blurring lines and features, making them disappear even, in search of the secret mobility of... (more)

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“SENTINELLE DI PIETRA” (“SENTINELS OF STONE”) AND “L’OCCUPAZIONE DIMENTICATA” (“THE FORGOTTEN OCCUPATION”)

Novembre 7th, 2017

Paolo Ruffilli, Lisa Bregantin and Denis Vidale mark the centenary of the First World War with the presentation of: Sentinelle di Pietra – I grandi sacrari del primo conflitto mondiale (“Sentinels of stone – the great memorials of the First World War”)... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY KATIA SCOTTI

Ottobre 4th, 2017

Buildings, geometric structures, landscapes and figures, sky and water: places of a dreaming that suffers no limits, that clings to the wings of an aeroplane, that scales a skyscraper pushing through clouds, or through the dunes of a desert, that sails over... (more)

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IL FIORE NELLA CREPA (“FLOWER IN THE CRACK”)

Settembre 13th, 2017

Il fiore nella crepa (“Flower in the crack”), an anthology born from the powerful poetry project conducted by Zingonia Zingone in a prison in Rome. The flower of the title is poetry itself, which is able to create new openings and generate... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY ENAS ELKORASHY

Agosto 11th, 2017

The female nude as liberation and pictorial exploration, light and shade capturing the suppleness and softness of a body that dominates the scene with poses celebrating beauty and elegance. The portrait as something that “changes the colour of our skin”, to cross... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY FEDERICO BEVILACQUA

Giugno 22nd, 2017

Curiosity, experimentation and instinct: three descriptions that best sum up Federico Bevilacqua’s approach to photography. In his photographs, the immediacy of images captured as if by chance while walking along the street is juxtaposed with the punctilious technical precision of his studio... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY DE ZANETTI

Maggio 1st, 2017

From figurative imagery to geometric abstraction, with references to surrealism and neoclassicism alike: painting as an experience of elsewhere, a fantastic, arcane terrain of figures and buildings, a place to take refuge, elevating at one moment, the narrative suggestiveness of colour and... (more)

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SAN SECONDO IN ISOLA: STORIA DI UN MONASTERO TRA ARCHITETTURA E ALIMENTAZIONE

Aprile 1st, 2017

Monastero benedettino sin dall’ XI secolo, in seguito domenicano fino alla soppressione del luglio 1806. In epoca napoleonica e austriaca fu trasformato in avamposto militare, assumendo una forma ottagonale. Domenico Codagli, priore, ne descrisse a stampa l’abbondanza di frutta e ortaggi (1609)... (more)

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“LES SEPT MENDIANTS” (FRENCH TRANSLATION BY JEAN BAUMGARTEN, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY SANDRA ZEMOR)

Gennaio 21st, 2017

Artist Sandra Zemor divides her time between France, Israel and Venice, the last of which has become something of a home from home. She has published a number of art books, including a collection inspired by the work of Leonard Cohen titled... (more)

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“BACIARSI A VENEZIA” (“KISSING IN VENICE”) – VIRGILIO BOCCARDI

Gennaio 9th, 2017

With the originality and lightness of touch we have come to expect, Virgilio Boccardi offers a series of delightful reflections on the art of love as it plays out in Venice, with particular attention to kissing. Even though the mention of Casanova... (more)

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“LORO” DI SERGIO ROTINO

Gennaio 1st, 2017

Sergio Rotino, critico e infaticabile organizzatore di eventi culturali bolognesi, nel suo volume di poesia “Loro” presenta la sua indagine poetica su due temi drammaticamente attuali: violenza e sopraffazione. Il suo lavoro poetico si estende anche alla lotta del verso stesso che... (more)

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MOSTRA PERSONALE DI IGOR MOLIN

Gennaio 1st, 2017

La pittura come sguardo-pensiero sul contemporaneo e i suoi riti di massa: il turismo, le folle, i giovani, le mode, l’omologazione. La fotografia per nutrire un diario quotidiano, il colore per riportare nel fluttuare dinamico della pittura una realtà migrante, agitata, composita,... (more)

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SENTINELLE DI PIETRA – L’OCCUPAZIONE DIMENTICATA

Gennaio 1st, 2017

Paolo Ruffilli, Lisa Bregantin e Denis Vidale celebrano il centenario della Prima Guerra Mondiale presentando: “SENTINELLE DI PIETRA” – I grandi sacrari del primo conflitto mondiale (Biblioteca dei Leoni). Un viaggio illustrato nei luoghi della Grande Guerra deputati alla conservazione della memoria... (more)

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SAN SECONDO IN ISOLA: STORIA DI UN MONASTERO TRA ARCHITETTURA E ALIMENTAZIONE

Gennaio 1st, 2017

Monastero benedettino sin dall’ XI secolo, in seguito domenicano fino alla soppressione del luglio 1806. In epoca napoleonica e austriaca fu trasformato in avamposto militare, assumendo una forma ottagonale. Domenico Codagli, priore, ne descrisse a stampa l’abbondanza di frutta e ortaggi (1609)... (more)

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GROUP EXHIBITION BY THE “GLI AMICI DEL CLICK” PHOTOGRAPHY SOCIETY

Settembre 27th, 2016

The “Amici del Click” photography society first saw the light of day in 2001. It was founded by three amateur photographers to give photography enthusiasts from the Marcon area in the Veneto region a context in which to come together and share... (more)

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HOMAGE TO MIRO ROMAGNA

Settembre 25th, 2016

An exhibition to remember one of the great interpreters of the light and dynamism of the landscape of the Venetian lagoon, through a selection of his paintings. The work of Miro Romagna is made of flashes of light, of fleeting, summary gesture-marks... (more)

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“SAN GIACOMO IN PALUDO, UN RICORDO” (“SAN GIACOMO IN PALUDO, A RECOLLECTION”) BY GIANNANDREA MENCINI

Settembre 19th, 2016

Presented by Giovanni Distefano and Letizia Lanza. Following the account of a journey made by a former inhabitant in search of his roots on the island of San Giacomo in Paludo, the author guides us around the north of the Venetian lagoon,... (more)

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“OR-DITE!” TRAME D’ARTE CONTRO LA VIOLENZA SULLE DONNE (“OR-DITE!” THREADS OF ART TO COUNTER VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN)

Settembre 17th, 2016

This wonderful anthology curated by Serena Piccoli brings together poetry, prose and theatrical texts exploring life’s rents and lacerations, the omertà that grows up around these wounds, and the “banality of evil” that causes the deaths of so many women at the... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY LORENZO FASI

Settembre 15th, 2016

That which blossoms and traces the dead of night. Interior and exterior scenes, spaces where forms-volumes hint at presence and absence, uncertain marks discernible in a gloom that envelopes and transforms the visible … “Beyond an interest in painting,” writes Lorenzo Fasi,... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY CARLA ERIZZO

Settembre 15th, 2016

Venice as a construction of light and matter, a real city but one that is ferried into a “sentimental” dimension where the connection with figurativism is muddied and the palette knife traces a busy, turbulent vision of a place more of water... (more)

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“LA SOLITUDINE DELL’ASSASSINO” (“THE LONELINESS OF THE MURDERER”)

Settembre 15th, 2016

Discussion and reading, taking in prose and poetry, with Andrea Molesini, winner of the 2011 Super Campiello literary prize. It is the story of the friendship between two ways of narrating the world. Chaired by Cinzia Crivellari and Anna Lombardo.

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“QUADERNI DI UN TERRORISTA” (“NOTEBOOKS OF A TERRORIST”) BY GIANO CORTE MOSCHIN (BIBLIOTECA DEI LEONI)

Settembre 15th, 2016

Described by Giorgio Barberi Squarotti as “the novel about Italy’s ‘years of lead’ that we were all waiting for.” A diary that runs from 1968 to 1993, a time bomb that is the spiritual offspring of the real bombs set off in... (more)

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THE DIPLOMATIC WORLD OF EUROPE AT THE TIME OF THE MOST SERENE REPUBLIC

Settembre 15th, 2016

A discussion led by Prof. Marco Zanetto. As was always the case in the various spheres of civic life, when it came to the origin and development of its diplomatic activities, Venice did not stray far from the Byzantine model, at least... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY STEFANO MARTIGNAGO

Settembre 10th, 2016

Landscapes from the industrial and urban to the natural and human: the weightless dynamism of painting is used to explore physical locations, be they cities, people or trees that become spaces of the mind, of vision and meditation. The silence of buildings... (more)

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“L’EQUAZIONE DI DIRAC O DELLA BELLEZZA” (“DIRAC’S EQUATION, OR THE EQUATION OF BEAUTY”) BY MATTEO MATTEUZZI

Settembre 10th, 2016

A novella that yields a story dense with emotions, transpositions, and of feelings denied or inflicted. The writing is incisive, even violent at times, but suited to the story that develops, though only in appearances, on a single temporal plane. At times... (more)

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SOLO EXHIBITION BY MIRKO MANZIN

Settembre 10th, 2016

Venetian photographer Mirko Manzin, whose work has always manifested an unfading, unchanging passion and enthusiasm for photographing the city, was born some forty-odd years ago on Sant’Elena, where he still lives today. Blessed with an unusually sensitive eye and great technical expertise,... (more)

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