The BonelliErede Art and Cultural Property Focus Team has partnered with the South African pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
South Africa is represented by artists Candice Breitz and Mohau Modisakeng. Their exhibition offers a reflection of experiences of exclusion, displacement, precariousness, migration and xenophobia, and explores the complex socio-political dynamics that shape identity in these conditions.
Tonight, the pavilion celebrates the two artists with an exclusive party at the historical Palazzo Pisani Moretta, on Canal Grande. BonelliErede is one of the sponsors and Alberto Saravalle, Manlio Frigo and Silvia Stabile, members of the Art and Cultural Property Focus Team, are attending.
BonelliErede recently opened its first offices in Africa and closely follows current affairs in the African continent, including the rapid growth of its art market. BonelliErede also locally supports the main Italian institutions that promote Italian investment in South Africa and other collaborations between Italian and South African companies. For the past few years, the firm has been the main partner of the Italy-South-Africa Summit organised by The European House Ambrosetti.