Until 21 February, completely free, in the charming Palazzo Franchetti a few steps from the Accademia and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the exhibition OPENARTCODE opens for the first time in Venice and in Italy.
This is an exhibition that brings together the works of a group of contemporary artists from all over the world.
In total, the artists will be about thirty, each with different styles and techniques that work together in painting, sculpture and photography since several years.
Amongst the artists that deserve a mention Sumio Inoue, who gave life to his work called "the silent series" composed of images that look like low relief printed on rice paper made by himself, and William Breamer with his proposal of abstract Caribbean paintings and richly decorated sculptures that recall his Cuban ancestry and attract the attention of a wide range of collectors.
Exhibitions of that generis have been very successful at the Grand Palais in Paris at the Oxo Gallery in London, Shanghai Pudong Library and Auditorium Rainier 3 in Montecarlo.
This is a great opportunity for anyone who would visit the exhibition free entrance to charming building surrounded by views of the Grand Canal.
The artists who exhibit in Venice are:
Bdoor Alsudiry - Jian Jun An - Manss Aval - Trond Are Berge - Eva Beumer - William Braemer - Mary Brilli – Chacin – Pantelis Chandris - Cordero - Joan Criscione - Romolo Del Deo - Andreas Devetzis - Lore Eckelberry - Joshua S. Franco - Marybel Gallegos - Sylvie Hamou - Areum Han - David Harry - Evelyne Huet – Hv - Sumio Inoue - Marianne J. Jansen - Ellen Juell - Beanie Kaman - Rieko Karrer - Marlene Kohn - Mina Kordali - Alexander Lee - Sinae Lee - Theresa Lee - Niki Michailidou - Dimitra Mountzouri - Maria Mouriadou - Fotini Othoneou - Sara Palleria - Santina Semadar Panetta - Aspa Papalexandri - Youngsook Park - Jannis Psychopedis - Marco Aurelio Rey - Hyeon-Hwa Seo - Kensuke Shimizu - Susanne Sjögren - Claudia Söding - Katerina Soroula - Max Werner - Michael Freitas Wood.
Timetables: all days from 11 am to 7 pm