After four nail-biting weeks of shipping delays, customs clearance problems, passports and visa paperwork for each traveling sculpture (see: Italian Customs Getting Lean and Mean with Golden Mean), Carole is on the move again: this time, back to Venice for a solo show at the Giardino Della Marinaressa, during the Venice Biennale and five collateral exhibitions simultaneously.
The Venice Biennale is an international show with annual foot traffic running in the 500K that artists, nations - heck, the world - would bend over backwards to be associated with. Bucket list, check!
If you want to hobnob with the artworld's elite, be sure to go to her opening receptions in Giardino Della Marinaressa on Friday and Saturday, May 11th and 12th at 5:00 PM. The show is free and will be there through December 5, 2017.
Feuerman has, not one, not two, but four other solo shows to see going on simultaneously in Venice, in case you are a big fan. These shows were made possible by Global Art Affairs Foundation, European Cultural Centre, Bel Air Fine Art, & Venissa Hotel.
Your first stop can be the island of Burano, just twenty minutes north of Venice. It is there that you will find homes of every color. If you want to buy a home in Burano, the city know for fine lace, do stay and dine at Venissa. They will host a reception for Carole this coming Tuesday, May 9th in honor of her solo exhibition at the Venissa Hotel. Water taxi service can be arranged, courtesy of Venissa. The island of Burano is just twenty minutes by water taxi from San Marco.
You may want to head over to The San Clemente Palace , and visit the luxurious 5-star hotel, San Clemente Palace Kempinski, on its own private island in Venice.
Carole shows with Bel Air Fine Art. They have a gorgeous gallery in Venice plus fourteen other galleries around the world. She is having a solo show with them in Venice. Another must see stop while in Venice is Palazzo Mora and Palazzo Bembo. Both palazzo's will each have a special Feuerman swimmer exhibitions during their shows called Personal Structures, Open Borders.
On the island of Burano, just twenty minutes north of Venice, Venissa will host a reception for Carole this coming Tuesday, May 9th in honor of her solo exhibition at the Venissa Hotel. Water taxi service can be arranged, courtesy of Venissa. The island of Burano is just twenty minutes by water taxi from San Marco.
One of Carole's favorite places in Italy is the Island of Capri. This is a must-see destination when going to Italy. Feuerman likes it so much that she made a special sculpture and named it "Capri". This sculpture has iridescent crystals on her cap that change color as you walk around it.
When you leave Italy, voyagers can head to the great glamour island of Greece: Mykonos, and enjoy more of her hyperrealistic swimmers at Rarity Gallery.
After Capri, the crowd goes to Art Basel in Switzerland. Just twenty minutes from Basel in Switzerland, fellow globetrotters can check out Carole's erotic sculptures at Art St. Urban Foundation, an extraordinary sculpture park, and art museum renovated from a men’s psychiatric hospital. Carole’s earlier pieces are on permanent view since her show four years ago called Real, irreal, surreal, curated by Peter Frank. Visits can be arranged by contacting Mr. Gertrud Aeshelmann, director of the museum.
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