Rimonim Art Gallery
proudly announces the participation of the sculptor

Beatriz Gerenstein

in the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale

Biennale Architettura di Venezia 2016

with the installation Couple, Two Chairs, One Sculpture

and cordially invites you
to the VIP Preview Party
On May 26 and 27 from 6 to 10 pm
Palazzo Mora
Strada Nuova # 3659

Beatriz Gerenstein. Couple. Sketch.
Beatriz Gerenstein. Couple. Sketch.

Once invited to participate in the Biennale, Beatriz Gerenstein designed two unique accent sculpture-chairs based in her previous bronze work called Couple. The interactive sculpture is actually 2 pieces, her and his chairs. They resemble delicate and elegant human figures without heads. As the original sculpture in Gerenstein’s narrative the couple is in love and when you are in love you loose your head. These two unique pieces of artistic furniture were made with a combination of exotic woods using the state of the art 3D design and production.
Only after the opening to the public on May 28 in Venice the image will be publicly shown at rimonimartgallery.com.

Beatriz Gerenstein. Inside Out. Ironside.
Beatriz Gerenstein. Inside Out. Ironside.

As an official part of the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale, which will be directed by Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena, the exhibition "Time Space Existence" at the European Cultural Centre (Palazzo Bembo and Palazzo Mora), presents over 100 architects from 6 continents, brought together in an extraordinary combination. Gerenstein’s installation will be on view from May 28 to November 27, 2016, from 10 am to 6 pm daily except Tuesdays at the Palazzo Mora located on Strada Nuova, one of the main streets of Venice.

Currently in Miami, Beatriz Gerenstein has a solo show at Rimonim Art Gallery in Ironside, curated by Piter Ortega: The World Inside Out.


Beatriz Gerenstein. From the Soul.
Beatriz Gerenstein. From the Soul.

About the artist

Beatriz Gerenstein (b. Argentina) is a profoundly humanitarian and philanthropic artist. In such a world we live in, full of wars and selfishness, physical and symbolic violence, political cynicism and constant threats to the environment and to the human species, Beatriz has chosen to speak of spirituality and kindness. Her beautiful sculptures made of bronze and stainless steel are a celebration of peace and soul transparency. The artist believes art is the vehicle that makes us aware of our mistakes and helps us grow as human beings. For her, art is the best redemption of the human race.

Beatriz Gerenstein recently participated in the 56th Venice Biennale, the 12th Havana Biennial and had a solo exhibition at the Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas in Havana. Cuba.


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