PDG Arte Communications 
is proud to announce that 
ANDORRA, AZERBAIJAN, MAURITIUS, MONGOLIA
Pavilions and the Collateral Events
from HONG KONG and MACAO
registered a total of  
560.000 visitors 

The exhibitions will be opened until 26th November 2017
 
 
 

PAVILION OF ANDORRA
Eve Ariza Murmuri

 
Venue: Istituto S. Maria della Pietà, Castello 3701
Opening hours: 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. – Closed on Monday
 
Murmuri, is a reflection on universal language, an in-depth study of changes in material and the origins of form and sound. Eve Ariza works on reproducing the bowl as a container of truth and a sensory experience through its natural resonance. She purposely tears its base to reveal a mouth-like shape, thus transforming its essence and dismissing its conventional use.

 PAVILION OF AZERBAIJAN
UNDER ONE SUN. The Art of Living Together
HYPNOTICA, Elvin Nabizade

 
Venue: Palazzo Lezze, Campo S. Stefano
Opening hours: 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. – Closed on Monday
 
The metaphorical title UNDER ONE SUN. The Art of Living Together, explains the subjects of this exhibition, focusing on the cultural and ethnical diversity in Azerbaijan. It is mostly about the tolerance that has developed among these groups over the years. At the same time, however, it sends a hidden message about the challenges they are facing in order to maintain peace.

PAVILION OF MAURITIUS
Speeded Up Nature
Michael Lalljee, Robert Rauschenberg, SEO, Jacques Désiré Wong So


Venue: Istituto S. Maria della Pietà, Castello 3701
Opening hours: 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. – Closed on Monday

‘Art is nature speeded up and God slowed down’
‘Man and nature are entirely continuous, and… all parts of the human body and all expressions of the human face, can… be discerned in plants, flowers, and fruits…And… in minerals, especially when they are in motion.’
Malcolm de Chazal

PAVILION OF MONGOLIA
LOST IN TINGRI
Chimeddorj Shagdarjav, Munkhbolor Ganbold, Enkhtaivan Ochirbat,
Bolortuvshin Jargalsaikhan, Davaajargal Tsaschikher

 
Venue: Istituto S. Maria della Pietà, Castello 3701
Opening hours: 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. – Closed on Monday

 
 
Through film, installation, sculpture and sound, the artists from across generations, question Mongolia’s future. The exhibition alludes to human nature and its effect upon society and the environment. While the context is uniquely Mongolian, the impacts are global and universal.nainst power is the struggle of memory against 'oblivion".
The goal of the Karachi Biennale is to bring art into public spaces by generating awareness, engagement and public involvement through projects that interact with the spectator to create a democratic and accessible platform.

SAMSON YOUNG
Songs for Disaster Relief
Venue: Arsenale (opposite the Biennale entrance), Campo della Tana
Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm


Young created a new body of work that attempts to reframe the popularity of “charity singles” —purpose-made recordings for charitable causes, featuring super-group artists—as historic "events" and a culturally transformative moments in time. A perceived strangeness in the setup left a mark on Samson’s consciousness, setting him on a journey of rediscovery that informs this exhibition.

A Bonsai of My Dream - Works by WONG CHENG POU
Exhibit from Macao, China

Venue: Arsenale (opposite the Biennale entrance), Campo della Tana
Opening hours: 10 am to 6 pm
 
The exhibition draws from the idea of literati in ancient China who planted miniatures in small pots to project their pursuit of quiet and contemplative live of reclusion, suggesting an pessimistic way for counteracting inevitable conflict and contradictory.

 

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