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Enrico David “Né Altra, Né Questa” the Labyrinth Challenge Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition


Enrico David, Tutto il resto Spegnere II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Tutto il resto Spegnere II
“Né Altra, Né Questa”, the challenge to the labyrinth, “La Sfida al Labirinto” is the theme of the exhibition of the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale 2019.

The artists Enrico David, Chiara Fumai and Liliana Moro are exhibited there.

La Sfida al Labirinto is an essay by the writer Italo Calvino, written in 1962.

The author proposes a cultural work open to all possible languages and who feels co-responsible for building a world in which all are all the traditional points of reference will have been lost.

Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
In this quest and to visualize the entangled forms of contemporary reality, Italo Calvino refers to the concept of the labyrinth, an apparent tangle of lines and trends that, in fact, are the result of construction following rigorous construction rules.

The exhibition of the Italian Pavilion at the 2019 Art Biennale stages Calvino’s essay by creating a tour that precisely refers to the theme of the labyrinth.

In a setting of white partitions, walkways without exits, paths that intersect without apparent rules with angles, widths and lengths as diverse as they are varied, the visitor to the exhibition is indeed disoriented!

In fact, impossible to follow a well-marked path to visit the Pavilion.

Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
We turn left, right, and find ourselves where we were previously without knowing if we did not miss a room or work.

Enrico David’s works are exciting.

The works that we photographed for you are in the room called “Tutto il resto spegnere II” (you can switch off everything else).

An exhibition space with sculptures representing characters with double faces or multiple faces such as Janus, twins, or quadruplets.

Enrico David “Fortress Shadow”

Sculpture - Gypsum, Acrylic, Patinated Steel (150 x 116 x 20 cm) 2017 Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Fortress Shadow, Biennale Art Venice
David, Fortress Shadow
Enrico David, Fortress Shadow, Biennale Art Venice
David, Fortress Shadow
Enrico David, Fortress Shadow, Biennale Art Venice
David, Fortress Shadow
Enrico David, Fortress Shadow, Biennale Art Venice
David, Fortress Shadow
Enrico David, Fortress Shadow, Biennale Art Venice
David, Fortress Shadow
Enrico David, Fortress Shadow, Biennale Art Venice
David, Fortress Shadow

Enrico David “Racket II”

Sculpture, Gypsum, Acrylic, Patinated Steel (153.04 x 76.84 x 45.08 cm) 2017 Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II
Enrico David, Racket II, Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, Racket II

Enrico David “The Incessant”

Sculpture, Bronze, Patinated Steel (166.4 x 74.9 x 50.2 cm) 2017 Biennale Art Venice
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant
Enrico David, The Incessant, Biennale Art Venice
David, The Incessant

Liliana Moro “Liliana Moro”

Scultpure, Silver Glazed Ceramic, Metal - 2019 Venice Art Biennale
Liliana Moro, Anemos, Venice Art Biennale
Liliana Moro, Anemos

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