The exhibition, installed in two complementary venues – The Romanian Pavilion in the Giardini della Biennale and the New Gallery in the heart of Venice – presents contemporary versions of historically significant art projects realized by three uncompromising artists whose singular artistic trajectories, spanning over more than 40 years, expand the geography of contemporary art.
The project exposes the cultural mobility of these artworks across both space and time. Central to the exhibition as a critical form is the ability to provide a space of encounter for post-conceptual artworks which play between imaginary and material configurations.
The installations at the Romanian Pavilion in the Giardini have extensions on display at the New Gallery of the Romanian Institute for Culture and Humanistic Research in Venice.
Belu-Simion Făinaru’s installation You Have Always to Start Anew and Miklós Onucsán’s Camouflaging Guide, complemented by additional elements of the installation Canal Grande: the Capital Pool and the Associated Public and a series of performative events realized by Dan Mihălțianu under the title Liquid Capital, are hosted at the New Gallery.