The exhibition in Ca’ Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art, Venice, proposes a singular and eccentric possibility to restore your thoughts about Elio Fiorucci and the Italian revolution of fashion. As Gillo Dorfles said, Elio Fiorucci was a special human case, similar to that of Duchamp who stares at things in a completely different way; […]
What can you really do with an iPhoneX? We have been testing in Venice the phone (not the new one), just to understand how powerful can be. Venice is our city, where we come from and this is just a short film to show some areas of the city you might know pretty well, and […]
Due to the bi-annual architecture exhibition in Venice, Spazio Ridotto and Zuecca Project are presenting ReConstructo - Rebuilding Mexico, a project curated by Luis Carbonell and Andres Souto.
In her series of photographs the artist explores the specific language and aesthetics of amateur advertising photographs of second-hand clothes found on the most popular Russian classified ads site.
oday we want to speak about a cool brand based in Venice: Barena. The name Barena has a Celtic origin and indicates the territory of the lagoon between land and water. We like a lot this brand for different reasons, but one is because it’s from Venice, our city, probably known for other aspects, but […]
rom May to August 2017 the Daata in Venice Mixtape will feature on TV Channel 23 in all hotel rooms at the Bauer Hotel. Individual artworks can be found in over 20 shops and venues in locations around Venice. See daata-editions.com and zueccaprojects.com for full information and the online map. Featuring artists: David Blandy, Jacky […]
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.
e have been in Venice for the latest exhibition of the American photographer David la Chapelle. “Lost+Found”, is the title of the exhibition, taking place at “Casa dei Tre Oci” in Venice, is running till september. Go and check it out the show! We liked it so much. DAVID LA CHAPELLE LOST+FOUND Venezia / Tre […]
Venice is an amazing place to visit. Here some infos about how to take care of it and not just to be a tourist, but a respectful visitor.
We have been at the opening of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, curated by Alejandro Aravena, winner of the Pritzker prize 2016. The title of this year is “Reporting from the front”, about the relationships between architecture and urban areas, in particular the suburbs. Our architecture Editor, Costanza Madricardo realized some interviews in Venice: An interview with […]