Venice – 2019 Müller & Sohn, Palazzo Mora, Impressions

personal structures

The exhibition “Personal Structures – Identities” is a colorful mixture of well-known and unknown actors of the international art scene.

In addition, some galleries send works by their protagonists to the Palazzo Bembo, the Pallazzo Mora or the Giardini Marinaressa. In past exhibitions, works by Xenia Hausner, Markus Lüpertz, Yoko Ono and works by Tesfaye Urgessa and other artists, who were still relatively unknown at the time, have been on display in the Palazzi Mora, Bembo and Giardini Marinaressa. Also this time it was colorfully mixed. It is this colourful mixture of works by different artists from different countries and continents that makes the exhibitions in the Palazzi so interesting. The visitor can browse and discover. These ECC events bring a breath of fresh air and enrich the overall event of the Biennale. Venice is simply fantastic and ideally suited for presenting art.

The Opening

Ultimately, however, it was neither the context of the Biennale nor known names that prompted us to take part in this exhibition. It was simply the large number of people we could reach with our work. There are several hundred thousand visitors at this event in the Palazzi Bembo and Mora.

During our visits to the Biennale in the past years, we ourselves were also very excited to browse through the different palazzi, churches and monasteries.

Venice - 2019, Palazzo Mora, Impressions of an exhibition © Müller & Sohn 2019
More and more people do arrive at the palazzo in the entrance area on the right side you see sculptures made by Gonçalo Mabunda, Mozambique Pavilion.

And of course we are happy to be able to reach and address as many people as possible with our art.

Venice - 2019, Palazzo Mora, Impressions of an exhibition © Müller & Sohn 2019
The first people are entering the space. On 1st floor, on the left side in the opposite room of mozambique pavilion you can find or installation.

That’s why we made a special effort to present the visitors of the exhibition with a decent piece of work.

We played a wall available to us with a specially created installation consisting of video, painting and sculpture for our project WEGE – Wadden Sea.

Venice - 2019, Palazzo Mora, Impressions of an exhibition our Installation © Müller & Sohn 2019
The Installation

The room is located directly opposite the Mozambique Pavilion, directly after climbing the stairs into the Palazzi, left at the end of the wide corridor to the left

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Venice 2019 – Palazzo Mora

We look forward to presenting our latest project with new works in the context of 58th Biennale. Venice 2019 – Palazzo Mora

Venice 2019 – Palazzo Mora © Müller & Sohn 2019
Free Download of the Brochure about our Installation in Palazzo Mora

”Personal Structures – Identities”

The non profit exhibition “Personal Structures – Identities“ hosted by the European Cultural Center, will take place from May 11, 2019 to Nov. 24, 2019. The presentation by Müller & Sohn can be found at Palazzo Mora (Preview May 9 – 10, 2019)

Participating artists and locations

PALAZZO MORA

Aamir Habib & Noor Ali Chagani – Antidote Art & Design (PAK) •  Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (POL) • Emiko Aida(GBR) • Leca Araujo (BRA), AU! – ArveeMeg den Hartog • NaereboutVanhorck (NDL)• Petra Barth (USA/DEU) •Katerina Belkina (DEU) • Patrick Bermingham (CAN) • BIRDSEYE – Brian J. Mac, FAIA (USA) • Marcus Bleasdale(GBR), William Bloomfield (USA) • Eyenga Bokamba (USA) • Peter Bracke (BEL) • Aliette Bretel (PER) • Brooklyn NY Art Wave (JPN/USA) • Christopher Capriotti (USA) • Adriana Carambia (ARG) • Esteve Casanoves (ESP) • In Hyuk Choi (SKO) • Insook Choi – Salford University (KOR/UK) • Bob Clyatt (USA) • Jacopo di Cera (ITA) • Barbara Downs(USA) • Mark Dziewulski (UK) • Alberto Echegaray Guevara (ARG/ESP) • EVA & ADELE (DEU), VALIE EXPORT (AUT)• Feromontana (AUT) • Jared FitzGerald (USA/CHIN) • Puma Freytag (CAN), Andras Gal (HUN) • Erin Genia – MIT(USA) • Beatriz Gerenstein (USA) • Sarah Gold (NLD) • Elena Gual Baquera (ESP/GBR) • Gunnar Gundersen (NOR) •Joan M. Hall (USA) • Karin Hannak (AUT) • Carl Martin Hansen (NOR) • Kathryn Hart (USA) • Juergen Haupt (DEU) •Elizabeth Heyert (USA) • HIHEY (CHN) • Yumiko Hirokawa (JPN) • Ania Hobson (GBR) • Jean-Marc Hunt (GLP) – Joël Nankin (GLP) & François Piquet (GLP) • IMAN – Instituto Mazeredo de Arte Nova (BRA) • Jon Jaylo (USA) • Igor Josifov(MKD) • Shunsuke Kano (JPN) • Lina Karam (FRA) • Azad Karim (SVN) • Miwako Kashiwagi (JPN) • Nadia Kisseleva(RUS) • Ute Krautkremer (DEU) • Jan Kuenzler (DEU) • Anne Kuhn (FRA) • Marietta Patricia Leis (USA) • Ping-Cheng Liang (TWN) • Norma E. Lopez (COL) • Loughborough University (GBR) • Lorenzo Maria Monti (ITA) • Stephan Marienfeld (DEU) • Walter Markham (USA) • Marcello Martinez Vega (DEU/ECU) • Walter McConnell (USA) • Joseph McDonnell (USA) • Chris McMullen (USA) • Pamela Merory Dernham (GBR) – Cyrus Tilton (GBR) & Sanjay Vora (GBR)• James Michalopoulus (USA) • Lorenzo Maria Monti (ITA) • Niwako Mori (JPN) • Müller & Sohn Art Projects (DEU) •Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla la Mancha (ESP) • Soraya Abu Naba’a (DOM) • Raffy Napay (PHL) • Jackie Neale (USA) • Hermann Nitsch (AUT) • Reka Nyari (USA) • Jan Oberg (SWE) • Natalia Ohar (UKR) • Yoko Ono (JPN) •Roman Opalka (POL) • Gregory Orekhov (RUS • David Pace (USA) • Tomasz Padło (POL) • PAPER Pavilion (GBR) •Maria Pavlovska (RUS) • Daniel Pešta (CZE) • Christine Kowal Post (GBR) • POW Ideas (MYS) • Olga Marie Polunin(SGP) • Martin Praska (AUT) • R. Berte & Dr. M. Proepper (DEU) • PSJM (ESP) • Arnulf Rainer (AUT) • Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (DEN) • Patricia Reinhart (USA) • Rene Rietmeyer (NLD) • Iggy Rodriguez (PHL) • Herb Rosenberg (USA)• Yoshiko Saito (JPN) •  Brigitte J. Schaider (DEU) • Sarah Schrimpf (DEU) • Joakim Sederholm (FIN) • Martine Seibert-Raken (DEU) • Bianca Severijns (NLD/ISR) • Antonio Sorrentino (ITA) • Samuel Stubblefield (USA) • Studio Palazzo Inzaghi – Irmfried Windbichler, Ruth Riedl & Jolana Skacel (AUT/EU) • Isaac Sullivan (USA) • Sung-Kyun – Goo & Vania Oh (KOR) • Merab Surviladze (BEL) • Toto Takamori (JPN) • Sho Tsunoda (JPN) • Katja Tukiainen (FIN) • Urban Studies Lab – UDDI – Federico Puggioni (THA) • Judith Unger (USA) • Guy Van den Bulcke (BEL) • Sanja Vatic & Daniela Danica Tepes (SVN) • Arika Von Edler (USA) • Maxim Wakultschik (BLR/DEU) • Val Wens & Tony Bond (IDN/AUS) •Ariela Wertheimer (ISR) • Willem de Kooning Academy (NLD) • Maria Wolfram (FIN) • Lu Xinjian (CHN) • Rada Yakova(NLD) • Karou Yamamoto & Kouji Ohno (JPN) • Purvis Young  (USA) • Andre Chi Sing Yuen (DEU) • Meng Zhou (CHN).

PALAZZO BEMBO

Ika Abravanel (ISR) • Detlef E. Aderhold (DEU) • Mark Amerika (USA) • Anoma (LKA) • Nobuyoshi Araki (JPN), •Murielle Argoud (CHE) • Art Gallery Tolstoy (RUS) • Atelier Morales (FRA) • Cheryl Goldsleger – Augusta University(USA) • Laila Azra (IDN/SGP) • Mario Basner (USA) • Curator’s Voice Art Projects (USA) • Manfred Bockelmann (AUT)• Francois Bonjour (CHE) • Annette Bonnier (USA) • China Blue (USA/CAN) • Solan Chiu (HKG) • Vio Choe (KOR) •Jeongyun Choi & SON IL (KOR) • Young Min Choi (KOR) • Lori Cuisinier (USA) • Deakin University – David Cross and Cameron Bishop, Public Art Commission (AUS) • Giò Di Busca (CHE) • John Doing (CHE) • Nina Dotti (YV) • EVA(RUS) • Andrea Fried (ARG) • Hideharu Fukasaku (JPN) • Justin Garcia (USA) • Sarah Gold (NLD) • Christopher Griffith(USA) • Marinka Groendel (NLD) • Teo Chai Guan (SGP) • Tilney Hardiment (GBR) • Camomile Hixon (USA) • Julie Hsieh – Yen-Fu Kuo & Chien-Hsing Lien (TWN) • Hélène Jacubowitz (BEL/ISR) • Xuan Jing & Sharon Tsai (TWN) •Ervin A. Johnson (USA) • Georges Kachaamy – American University of Dubai (LBN), Jessica M. Kaufman (USA) •Virginia King (NZL) • Helen Kirwan (IRL/GBR) • LL Editions – Sam NhlengethwaNandipha MntamboBlessing NgobeniMbali Dhlamini (ZAF/SWZ) • Sérgio Leitão (PRT) • Eric J. Lee (USA) • Zinaida Lihacheva (UKR) • Sherman Lin (CHN)• Davor Ljubicic (DEU) • Olga Lomaka (RUS) • Frank Mann (USA) • Arnaud Nazare-Aga (FRA) • Karl Ohiri & Riikka Kassinen (GBR/NIG & FIN) • Hans Christian Ohl (DEU) • Helga Palasser (AUT) • Martina Reinhart (AUT) • Jim Rattenbury (ESP) • Orestis Seferoglou (GRC) • Claudia Schildknecht (CHE) • Eva Schjølberg (NOR) • Tineke Smith(NLD) • Wanda Stang (DEU) • Wendy Steiner (CAN/USA) • Betty Susiarjo (IDN) • Hanna Ten-Doornkaat (GBR) •Gotlind Timmermanns (DEU) • Lincoln Townley (GBR) • Federico Uribe (COL) • Dr. Héctor Valdés (CHL) • Marc Vinciguerra (USA/FRA) • Wendy Wahl (USA) • Wild Flag Studios (CAN/GBR/USA) • Salma Zulfiqar (GBR).

GIARDINI DELLA MARINARESSA

Masoud Akhavan (IRN) • Carole Feuerman (USA) – Laurence Jenkell (FRA/ISR) • Idan Zareski (FRA/ISR) presented byBel Air Fine ArtRichard Bell (AUS) • Nadim Karam (LEB) • Anton Kerscher (DEU) • Georg Loewitt (AUT) • Olga Lomaka (RUS) • Clifton Manghoe (NLD) • Manuela Mollwitz (DEU/CHE) • Kumari Nahappan (SGP) • NONOS – Mercedes & Franziska Welte (DEU) • Gregory Orekhov (RUS) • Andreas Rimpel (DEU) • Barbro Raen Thomassen(NOR) • George Tobolowsky (USA) • Tristan Vyscok (FRA) • Maritta Winter (DEU/CHE).

Moreover, the ECC-Italy hosts a group of National Pavilions from La Biennale di Venezia. The countries of Seychelles, Kiribati and Mozambique will showcase their projects in Palazzo Mora.

The openings of the Pavilions contribute to enrich the program of talks and performances organized by the artists of Personal Structures for the opening days. We invite you to have a look at the whole program. 

PERSONAL STRUCTURES – IDENTITIES (11 May – 24 November, 2019)  opening hours:
Palazzo Bembo and Palazzo Mora, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. Closed on Tuesday. Free entry.
Giardini della Marinaressa, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm open every day. Free entry.
Press Preview (upon request): 9 & 10 May, 2019, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Opening Event: 9 & 10 May  6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Palazzo Mora and Palazzo Bembo
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Giardini della Marinaressa

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