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The exhibition of great contemporary artists at Palazzo Diedo, in the heart of Venice

by the Editorial Team

The inaugural exhibition at Palazzo Diedo, home of Berggruen Arts & Culture, is entitled "Janus". Urs Fischer, Piero Golia, Carsten Höller and Mariko Mori are just some of the artists on show in the historic building. The curator, Adriana Rispoli, shares all the details with us

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Palazzo Diedo, the new cultural hub by Berggruen Arts & Culture in Venice, hosts its inaugural exhibition featuring the works by eleven contemporary artists: Urs Fischer, Piero Golia, Carsten Höller, Ibrahim Mahama, Mariko Mori, Sterling Ruby, Jim Shaw, Hiroshi Sugimoto, AYA TAKANO, Lee Ufan and Liu Wei. We asked the curator Adriana Rispoli to guide us through the exhibition.

Adriana Rispoli is an art historian and curator specialized in transversal languages of contemporary art, from performance to video art to participatory art. Pdh Candidate in Art and Sustainability at Università di Salerno, Italy.
In twenty years of activity she has collaborated with numerous private, public, Italian and international institutions in the realisation of solo and group exhibitions, artistic residencies, site-specific commissions and editorial projects, including the Venice Biennale, the Madre Museum and the Fondazione Morra in Naples, the Austrian Forum, the Goethe Institut, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Palazzo Ducale in Massa Carrara, the Villa Pignatelli Museum and Real Museo e Bosco di Capodimonte in Naples, the Archaeological Park in Paestum, the Ovartaci Museum in Aarhus, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, the CCA in Tel Aviv, the State Museum in Thessaloniki, the Zoma Museum in Addis Abeba.
She works as a curator for Palazzo Diedo ‒ Berggruen Arts & Culture.

Until 24 November 2024
Cannaregio 2386, Venice

Filming and video editing: Matteo Catania, Hubove Studio

Cover photo: Adriana Rispoli. Photo Matteo Catania. Hubove Studio

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