AFRICA AT VENICE / Caroline Bourgeois on ‘Marlene Dumas: open-end’
Palazzo Grassi presents a major monographic exhibition dedicated to Marlene Dumas. Entitled ‘open-end’, is curated by Caroline Bourgeois in collaboration with Marlene Dumas. It brings together over 100 works and focuses on her whole pictorial production, with a selection of paintings and drawings created between 1984 and today, including unseen works made in the last few years. Presented over the two floors of Palazzo Grassi, the works exhibited come from the Pinault Collection, as well as from international museums and private collections.
AFRICA AT VENICE series is presented by ART AFRICA, African Power Station and Africa First.
Director, Videography & Editing: Brendon Bell-Roberts
Voiceover: Suzette Bell-Roberts
© ART AFRICA, AFRICAN POWER STATION & Africa First