In occasion of the 57th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Zuecca Projects is proud to present “INDIAN WATER – The Native American Pavilion” by artists Nicholas Galanin and Oscar Tuazon, curated by Alessandro Possati.
At Miart one of the most important exhibitions was undoubtedly that of Plutschow Gallery from Zurich, a gallery interested in the works of established artists as well as other emerging. The goal of Plutschow as shown at Miart is to create a social hub linked to experimentation and the constant redefinition of the role of art in contemporary world. The Gallery exhibited an huge wallpaper as the result of the collaboration between Riccardo Beretta and the duo Assume Vivid Astro Focus, a great painting from assume vivid astro focus and a series of sculptures from the young Italian artist Beretta.
Gregor Schneider is one of the most influential contemporary artists, he has won the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale in 2001 for his innovative work Totes Haus, exhibited inside German Pavillion, carefully recreating an entire house inside the museum space.
Through a chaos of colours, Mizuki Nishiyama creates a collection of artworks to document her journey as a young artist. Each and every piece derive from an experience that has occurred in her life; ultimately they symbolise confrontations of her life situations in a bold and creative way.
“The Fantastic Travel” is a serie of photomontages made with pictures coming from the daily life of the photographer Sarah Bouillaud, an infinite photographic playground where the pictures are freely manipulated.