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  • Rincontrarsi a Venezia

    One of Vinicius de Moraes’ songs says that “life is the art of meeting”. It is also through art, and with art, that we can meet up again with our origin, beauty, different cultures, and our humanity. ...

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  • #21/21

    Uncategorised

    Spazio_Berlendis and Fondazione Prada, the two Venetian realities that after the lockdown restart from a dialogue between the institution and the commercial activity. Giovanni Gasparini wrote and article for Sole24ore where explain the situation for the different italian cities.

     

  • #20/21

    Uncategorised

    Federico Chiara wrote an article for Vogue about the addresses of the trendy venetian lifestyle. Among the exhibitions, historical libraries, and art galleries, although recently opened, find the Spazio_Berlendis !

  • #19/21

    Article

    Barbara Codogno wrote for Corriere della Sera an article about the Spazio_Berlendis’s concept, don’t miss it out!

  • #18/21

    Article

    Rossana Vinci wrote and Archiportale dedicated an article to the restoration project of Spazio Berlendis, a new hub for contemporary art in Venice

  • #17/21

    Performance

    On the occasion of the inauguration, Saturday, June 5, Spazio Berlendis hosted a concert by the cellist Federico Toffano, Ricercari & Ritrovari, with music by Domenico Gabrielli, Ivan Fedele and Johann Sebastian Bach. 

  • Saturday June 26, Spazio Berlendis and Victoria Miro hosted the book presentation of Lightfossil: sentimento del tempo in fotografia e letteratura written by Beatrice Seligardi. The event was moderated by Francesco Zucconi, Associate Professor at IUAV University of Venice. 

  • #15/21

    Article

    Arianna Testino wrote for Artribune a wonderful article about Rincontrarsi a Venezia and Spazio Berlendis, don’t miss it out!

  • #14/21

    Article

    Spazio Berlendis is project of the day on Architizer, the most important website for architecture of America. 

  • #13/21

    Article

    Elisa Baldassa wrote for exibart an amazing article about Rincontrarsi a Venezia and Spazio Berlendis.

  • #10/21

    Article

    Espoarte published an amazing article on Rincontrarsi a Venezia and Spazio Berlendis. Do not miss it out! 

  • #09/21

    Article

    A new hub for the arts in Venice. Massimo Mattioli and ArtsLife gave to Emanuela Fadalti and Matilde Cadenti an extensive interview focused on the possibilities that Spazio Berlendis offers. 

  • #08/21

    Article

    Elle Decor Italia included Rincontrarsi a Venezia among the must see exhibition.“On June 5th, the space, characterized by high volumes and zenith light, will be inaugurated by the group show Rincontrarsi a Venezia

  • #07/21

    Article

    Il Gazzettino included Rincontrarsi a Venezia among the must see exhibition in Venice.

    Spazio Berlendis will inaugurate with a performance of the cellist Federico Toffano, June 5, 2021. 

  • #06/21

    Article

    Venezia Da Vivere included Spazio Berlendis among the must visit institutions of the cultural spring of Venice. 

    300 sqm of space that will welcome eight major artists: Francesco Candeloro, Maurizio Donzelli, Maurizio Pellegrin, Fabrizio Plessi, Ferdinando Scianna, João Vilhena, Francesca Woodman e Toots Zynsky, in collaboration with eight Venetian galleries (Alberta Pane, Beatrice Burati Anderson Art Space & Gallery, Caterina Tognon, La Galleria di Dorothea Van der Koelen, Ikona, Marignana Arte, Galleria Michela Rizzo, Victoria Miro), that will take part in the project presenting the work of one of their artists.

  • #05/21

    Article

    Sky Arte wrote an article on the opening of Spazio Berlendis. Don’t miss it out. 

    In a moment of extreme precariousness like the one we are going through, the birth of a new exhibition space appears to be a symbolic event for more than one reason.

  • #03/21

    Review

    Spazio Berlendis is on MAM-e!
    Don’t miss this article about the future of this “new space for art, that is giving to Venice a new space for culture. Spazio Berlendis is a neutral box with great personality that gives space to the artistic work without creating contrasts”.

  • #02/21

    Review

    Il Gazzettino and La Nuova Venezia also talk about the restoration works and the upcoming opening of Spazio Berlendis: “a space where to welcome artists from all over the world who engage in interesting and redeveloping projects for the city”.

  • #01/21

    Review

    Check out this interview on Artribune to the architect Filippo Caprioglio, who is in charge of the restoration project at Spazio Berlendis.

About

Spazio Berlendis is a space devoted to art in its countless forms and variations. The project to restore it in 2019 is owed to the determination of Emanuela Fadalti and Matilde Cadenti, ever active in art and architecture in Venice.
With its glowing 300 sqm. and 250 sqm. of exhibition walls, exceptional heights, light from above, and accessibility also from the Rio dei Mendicanti through the water gateway, Spazio Berlendis is a fascinating place owing to its situation and configuration.
Careful restoration, while respecting its original structure, has endowed the place with a strong sense of contemporaneity, and thanks to its technical-layout features, vast exhibition capacity, and predisposition for different typologies of installations, has turned it into a special and prominent destination in the city of Venice, ideal for hosting events of various artistic tendencies.
Spazio Berlendis is situated in the sestiere of Cannaregio, next to the Fondamente Nuove and a few steps from the Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo; it arises from the restoration of the former carpentry of the Squero Fassi (Fassi Shipyard) (known as Squero Vecio, the Old Squero), the oldest one in Venice (link with more information on the space).

In the past the city had many squeri, small shipyards where typical Venetian boats like gondolas, pupparini and sandoli were built and repaired.
The connection between Art and this place goes back to the 18th century: the Squero Vecio was immortalized by several artists including Canaletto and Guardi.
The name Berlendis comes from the adjacent courtyard, in turn named after the Palazzo Berlendis, characterized by its neo-Classical style and that can be attributed to the Venetian architect Andrea Tirali. Among others, Friedrich Nietzsche resided in this palace during his first visit to the city in 1880, and could enjoy the extraordinary view on the North Laguna and the belltower of San Marco.

Lo Spazio Berlendis è uno spazio dedicato all’arte, nelle sue molteplici forme e declinazioni.
Il progetto di restaurare questo spazio nasce nel 2019 dalla volontà di Emanuela Fadalti e Matilde Cadenti, che a Venezia lavorano da sempre occupandosi di arte e di architettura.
Con i suoi luminosi 300 mq di superficie e i 250 mq di pareti espositive, le importanti altezze, la luce zenitale, l’accessibilità anche dal Rio dei Mendicanti tramite la porta d’acqua, lo Spazio Berlendis rappresenta un luogo di grande fascino sia per la posizione che per la conformazione dello stesso.
L’accurato restauro che, pur nel rispetto della struttura, conferisce al luogo una forte matrice di contemporaneità, lo rende, grazie alle caratteristiche tecnico-impiantistiche, all’ampia capacità espositiva e alla predisposizione ad allestimenti di diverse tipologie, una destinazione particolare e qualificante nella città di Venezia, ideale per accogliere eventi di varia natura artistica.
Lo Spazio Berlendis si trova nel sestiere di Cannaregio, a ridosso delle Fondamenta Nuove e a pochi passi dalla Chiesa dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo , ed ha origine dal restauro del fabbricato (ex falegnameria) facente parte del complesso dello Squero Fassi (detto Squero Vecio), il più antico di Venezia. (link con maggiori info sullo spazio)

In passato la città era ricca di squeri, ossia di piccoli cantieri dove si costruivano e riparavano tipiche imbarcazioni come gondole, pupparini e sandoli.
Il legame con l’arte di questo luogo ha radici già nel Settecento: lo “Squero Vecio” è stato reso immortale da vari artisti tra i quali Canaletto e Guardi.
Il nome “Berlendis” è legato a quello della corte adiacente, che prende a sua volta il nome da Palazzo Berlendis, caratterizzato da uno stile neoclassico, attribuibile all’architetto veneziano Andrea Tirali.
In questo palazzo visse anche il filosofo tedesco Friedrich Nietzsche nel suo primo soggiorno in città nel 1880, durante il quale poté godere della straordinaria vista panoramica sulla Laguna nord e sul campanile di San Marco offerta dalla dimora.

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  • #21/21

    Uncategorised

    Spazio_Berlendis and Fondazione Prada, the two Venetian realities that after the lockdown restart from a dialogue between the institution and the commercial activity. Giovanni Gasparini wrote and article for Sole24ore where explain the situation for the different italian cities.

     

  • #20/21

    Uncategorised

    Federico Chiara wrote an article for Vogue about the addresses of the trendy venetian lifestyle. Among the exhibitions, historical libraries, and art galleries, although recently opened, find the Spazio_Berlendis !

  • #19/21

    Article

    Barbara Codogno wrote for Corriere della Sera an article about the Spazio_Berlendis’s concept, don’t miss it out!

  • #18/21

    Article

    Rossana Vinci wrote and Archiportale dedicated an article to the restoration project of Spazio Berlendis, a new hub for contemporary art in Venice

  • #17/21

    Performance

    On the occasion of the inauguration, Saturday, June 5, Spazio Berlendis hosted a concert by the cellist Federico Toffano, Ricercari & Ritrovari, with music by Domenico Gabrielli, Ivan Fedele and Johann Sebastian Bach. 

  • Saturday June 26, Spazio Berlendis and Victoria Miro hosted the book presentation of Lightfossil: sentimento del tempo in fotografia e letteratura written by Beatrice Seligardi. The event was moderated by Francesco Zucconi, Associate Professor at IUAV University of Venice. 

  • #15/21

    Article

    Arianna Testino wrote for Artribune a wonderful article about Rincontrarsi a Venezia and Spazio Berlendis, don’t miss it out!

  • #14/21

    Article

    Spazio Berlendis is project of the day on Architizer, the most important website for architecture of America. 

  • #13/21

    Article

    Elisa Baldassa wrote for exibart an amazing article about Rincontrarsi a Venezia and Spazio Berlendis.

About

Spazio Berlendis is a space devoted to art in its countless forms and variations. The project to restore it in 2019 is owed to the determination of Emanuela Fadalti and Matilde Cadenti, ever active in art and architecture in Venice.
With its glowing 300 sqm. and 250 sqm. of exhibition walls, exceptional heights, light from above, and accessibility also from the Rio dei Mendicanti through the water gateway, Spazio Berlendis is a fascinating place owing to its situation and configuration.
Careful restoration, while respecting its original structure, has endowed the place with a strong sense of contemporaneity, and thanks to its technical-layout features, vast exhibition capacity, and predisposition for different typologies of installations, has turned it into a special and prominent destination in the city of Venice, ideal for hosting events of various artistic tendencies.
Spazio Berlendis is situated in the sestiere of Cannaregio, next to the Fondamente Nuove and a few steps from the Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo; it arises from the restoration of the former carpentry of the Squero Fassi (Fassi Shipyard) (known as Squero Vecio, the Old Squero), the oldest one in Venice (link with more information on the space).

In the past the city had many squeri, small shipyards where typical Venetian boats like gondolas, pupparini and sandoli were built and repaired.
The connection between Art and this place goes back to the 18th century: the Squero Vecio was immortalized by several artists including Canaletto and Guardi.
The name Berlendis comes from the adjacent courtyard, in turn named after the Palazzo Berlendis, characterized by its neo-Classical style and that can be attributed to the Venetian architect Andrea Tirali. Among others, Friedrich Nietzsche resided in this palace during his first visit to the city in 1880, and could enjoy the extraordinary view on the North Laguna and the belltower of San Marco.

Lo Spazio Berlendis è uno spazio dedicato all’arte, nelle sue molteplici forme e declinazioni.
Il progetto di restaurare questo spazio nasce nel 2019 dalla volontà di Emanuela Fadalti e Matilde Cadenti, che a Venezia lavorano da sempre occupandosi di arte e di architettura.
Con i suoi luminosi 300 mq di superficie e i 250 mq di pareti espositive, le importanti altezze, la luce zenitale, l’accessibilità anche dal Rio dei Mendicanti tramite la porta d’acqua, lo Spazio Berlendis rappresenta un luogo di grande fascino sia per la posizione che per la conformazione dello stesso.
L’accurato restauro che, pur nel rispetto della struttura, conferisce al luogo una forte matrice di contemporaneità, lo rende, grazie alle caratteristiche tecnico-impiantistiche, all’ampia capacità espositiva e alla predisposizione ad allestimenti di diverse tipologie, una destinazione particolare e qualificante nella città di Venezia, ideale per accogliere eventi di varia natura artistica.
Lo Spazio Berlendis si trova nel sestiere di Cannaregio, a ridosso delle Fondamenta Nuove e a pochi passi dalla Chiesa dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo , ed ha origine dal restauro del fabbricato (ex falegnameria) facente parte del complesso dello Squero Fassi (detto Squero Vecio), il più antico di Venezia. (link con maggiori info sullo spazio)

In passato la città era ricca di squeri, ossia di piccoli cantieri dove si costruivano e riparavano tipiche imbarcazioni come gondole, pupparini e sandoli.
Il legame con l’arte di questo luogo ha radici già nel Settecento: lo “Squero Vecio” è stato reso immortale da vari artisti tra i quali Canaletto e Guardi.
Il nome “Berlendis” è legato a quello della corte adiacente, che prende a sua volta il nome da Palazzo Berlendis, caratterizzato da uno stile neoclassico, attribuibile all’architetto veneziano Andrea Tirali.
In questo palazzo visse anche il filosofo tedesco Friedrich Nietzsche nel suo primo soggiorno in città nel 1880, durante il quale poté godere della straordinaria vista panoramica sulla Laguna nord e sul campanile di San Marco offerta dalla dimora.

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