Maria Pavlovska announces her second invitation and participation at The European Cultural Centre (ECC), a biennial contemporary art exhibition in Venice, Italy at Palazzo Mora. After the success of the presentation of the project “Mrs. & Ms. X” at the XIII Florence Biennial 2021- October, the project was invited and was presented to the OSTEN Biennial of Drawing 2022 – March, and further noticed and invited to present its innovative and visually striking work in a seven-month-long event in the context of the main 59th VENICE BIENNALE 2022.
The European Cultural Centre (ECC) is proud to announce that the sixth edition, the biennial contemporary art exhibition that invites artists and creative minds from across the world, will open in Venice, Italy, from the 23rd of April to the 27th of November, 2022, with press previews and opening events on the 21st and 22nd of April in all ECC locations.
The extensive exhibition will feature a wide selection of artworks from internationally-renowned and emerging artists, photographers, and sculptors, as well as showcase projects by worldwide academic institutions, all of which will be exhibited in the historical venues of Palazzo Bembo, Palazzo Mora and Marinaressa Gardens, located in the heart of the Venetian city.
A selection of nearly 200 participants, are selected and invited by the curatorial team : Sara Danieli and Lucia Pedrana and will converge in Venice to present their views on the theme: reflections, expressing it through different media and outlets, giving voice to their own thoughts, concerns, ideas, hopes, and dreams. The ‘reflections’ showcased will be those of awareness for what is to come, as well as mirror the current environment surrounding us. As a result, the artworks presented will reflect the views of artists with diverse cultural backgrounds coming from different corners of the world, among which have confirmed Martin Parr, Donald Martiny, the Museum of the Mind, Calvin Chih-Hao Teng, Galerie Myrtis, Albert Scopin, Ben Bergman Gallery, Daniel Pesta, Sandra Cattaneo Adorno, Karen Sewell, Valerie Goodman Gallery.
The exhibition will also pay tribute to the persona and work of conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner, whose past collaborations with the European Cultural Centre will be remembered with a special installation at Palazzo Bembo.