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After almost ten years in Paris, Galerie Alberta Pane opens a new and important space in Venice, transforming the spectacular scenery of a former carpenter’s shop into an exhibition space for contemporary art and experimentation, open to the city. The opening exhibition features works by seven artists represented by the
gallery itself. These artworks, specifically designed for this occasion, are
powerful pieces made by some of the most interesting artists of the
contemporary art scene, working on the edge between performances,
installations, videos and sculptures. 

Featuring works by Gayle Chong Kwan, Romina De Novellis, Marie Denis, Christian Fogarolli, Marcos Lutyens, Ivan Moudov, Michelangelo Penso


Le Désir. Courtesy Galerie Alberta Pane


Le Désir. Courtesy Galerie Alberta Pane

Gilles Deleuze’s reflection on the desire, defined as a flow stirring production, is the starting point and fil rouge of this first exhibition. The goal is to weave a networks of free conjunctions between the artists, who are invited to express themselves in relation to the exhibition space, but also, and most importantly, to focus on their own aesthetics and their current research. Freely.

The Désir is to build a multifaceted and relational show, a dialogue between the artists who give new shape to the geometry of the gallery, intended from the beginning as a space dedicated to exchange and experimentation. This message will extend to and permeate the calli and canals of the city through performative actions with strong cathartic impact. Exhibition: May 13th – July 29th, 10.30 am – 7 pm Calle dei Guardiani 2403/h – 30123 Venezia


Le Désir. Courtesy Galerie Alberta Pane


Le Désir. Courtesy Galerie Alberta Pane

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