'Vanishing Lands' collective exhibition at the Hotel Saturnia & International
From Thursday May 11th and until August 31st, during the Biennale Arte, Hotel Saturnia & International and Ca’ Pisani Hotel will host the exhibition ‘Vanishing Lands’, dedicated to two distant places, Venice and the Dead Sea, which are bound to the risk of disappearing.
A journey in two cultures that are seemingly so distant but with a common fate, which represent a meeting point between the East and the West, told by the works of several international artists.
There will be works that range from installations and pictures to photos and sculptures, all linked by the risk of vanishing. The Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia students and undergraduates will join these thirty-four artists with a special sound installation in the Hotel Saturnia halls.
‘Vanishing Lands’, curated by Esti Drori and Doron Polak, is the new International Artists’ Museum project, which is a network of artists and curators born in the 80’s in Poland from Solidarność movement. In all these years with Visual Art, Cinema and Poetry IAM have faced matters about society, politics and environment.
Free entrance, every day from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; for groups with more than 10 people booking is required.