The Opening of the Exhibition.
Venice – 2019 Müller & Sohn, Palazzo Mora, Impressions The exhibitions of the European Cultural Center are a colorful mix of known and unknown actors in the art scene. Many a gallery also sends works by its protagonists to the Palazzo Bembo, the Pallazzo Mora or the Giardini Marinaressa. For example, The works of Xenia Hausner can be seen several times over the years both in the Palazzo Mora and in the Palazzo Bembo, and also sculptures by Markus Lüpertz could be found here. All in all, these motley exhibitions in these palazzi are comparable to browsing an old loft or an unknown jewelry box. And so these events enrich the overall event of the official Biennale, as each major event is enriched by border events by variety and also by opposites. In addition, Venice is simply gorgeous and ideally suited to present art.
After we were invited as relatively unknown artists to participate in this exhibition, we have of course considered whether we should decide or not.
Ultimately, it was neither the context of the Biennale nor the well-known names that led us to attend this exhibition here. It was simply the large number of people we can reach here with our work. There are several hundred thousand visitors at the event in the Palazzi Bembo and Mora.
Of course, we knew that our work would be in the midst of other colorfully selected works, much as we are accustomed to at fairs. All the more we have tried to present the observers a decent job.
We have recorded an available wall with a specially created installation consisting of video, painting and sculpture for our project WEGE – Wattenmeer.
The room is located directly across from the Mozambique pavilion, directly after coming up the stairs in the palazzi, left at the end of the wide corridor on the left.