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A new expression is rising in the art world, especially among young artists from all over the world, and every year Venice pays homage to its artworks.
We are talking about Fiber Art, in other words, artworks created with textile fibers and materials of animal or vegetable origins. The exhibition is held once again at Palazzo Mocenigo in Venice, this year with a really particular title: “Matrix Natura” and it will be open to the public until August, 31st.
54 mini textiles (this is the name of Fiber Art works) will be put on view on the first floor of the museum, created by the genius of artists coming from 51 different countries of the world.
Often the works are made up of real mini-sculptures with different fibers and textiles which are subsequently assembled in order to form the final artwork, some of which are real impressive installations.
This exhibition is an extraordinary event not to be missed for art lovers or for just simple curious people. Matrix Natura is a way to see with your own eyes the extent to which art enveloped, and it’s the proof that art can be in every small fragment, in every tiny “fiber” of our life.