- The Gallery

Located in the heart of Venice near Campo San Polo, in a beautiful fourteenth century courtyard, Beatrice Burati Anderson Art Space & Gallery opened on May, the 10th 2017. The 200 sqms of the space, definitely not a white cube, are situated in an ancient warehouse, maintaining intact all the charme and the traces of the past, also with two doors opening directly on the canal Rio de la Madoneta. This is just 30 metres far from the Grand Canal and, even if situated on one of the most frequented touristic paths in Venice, unexpectedly hidden and quiet. It is a research space and gallery that works with artists of different generations and cultures, enhancing the performative and installative dimensions. It also wants to strongly promote ethical issues and the relationship between arts and science.

Current exhibition

VENICE WORKS

08/09/2019 - 23/12/2019

Beatrice Burati Anderson Art Space & Gallery in Venice presents VENICE WORKS, a double personal exhibition, focused on a selection of new artworks produced by the painter Andrew Huston and the sculptor Tristano di Robilant, born from the relationship between the artists and the city. Andrew Huston presents, indeed, a series of paintings inspired by the tidal movements in the city, the heavenly forces of the Moon and the Sun on the water of the lagoon, which he analyzes in the two-dimensional form. The fascinating history of Venice in the collective imaginary is not as prominent for the artist as the universal traces the water left on the matter of the city. Pottery, glass and new bronze sculptures presented by Tristano di Robilant are also born from the deep relationship between the city and the artist, who constantly has been working for years with the glass masters of the island of Murano. The dialogue with Venice is revealed to the sculptor precisely in the importance of light, which, while it transforms shape and matter on his works, it modifies even the city, in a constant game of reflections fed by the waters of the lagoon.

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- Inspirations

Anime in movimento - Alberto di Fabio - Greffes

Vasca di Nestore (blu Bisanzio/blu reale) - Tristano di Robilant - VENICE WORKS

Anime in movimento - Alberto di Fabio - Greffes

Nero di gondola, pittura come madeleine, vaso provvisorio infinito - Giovanni Rizzoli - VENEZIA