Materiche is an exhibition organized by Venice Galleries View in collaboration with M9 in the space inside the Cloister M9.
Materiche exhibition project is characterized by a marked female identity, made up of the work of nine artists: Mariateresa Sartori, Katarzyn Kozyra, Silvia Levenson, Romina De Novellis, Lore Bert, Silvia Infranco, Margherita Morgantin, Sonia Costantini and Ylenia Deriu.
A narrative show that gently oscillates between concepts such as memory, time, strength, coexistence, individuality, belonging, materiality, reality and imagination.
Different artists and styles dialogue in a unique harmony as in the Venice Galleries Association, a project of cultural and artistic participation and collaboration between the galleries of contemporary art: Alberta Pane, Beatrice Burati Anderson Art Space & Gallery, Caterina Tognon, Dorothea van der Koelen, Ikona Gallery , Marignana Arte, Marina Bastianello gallery, Michela Rizzo, active between Venice and Mestre.
Venice Galleries View is a network active on the Venetian territory, the network of ideas and people forms a true living structure and constitutes a single body, a material body.
The title “Materiche” refers to the matter as primordial substance, but also alludes to the Latin derivation mater – mother, in this case, woman, understood as a principle, as a source, but also root. It is all that takes up space, that has body and shape.
The core of the exhibition focuses on the search for identity, a perennial and inexhaustible investigation, to reveal a strong and feminine ego. A powerful and inclusive exhibition, where each work is to be observed as a material substance that generates an intimate and energetic dialogue between those who create it and those who observe it.