Venice Biennale 2019
05/10/2019 in the historic Palazzo Zenobio, the WOMAN'S ESSENCE project from MUSA International Art Space was opened as part of the parallel program of the 58th Venice Biennale. In this women's project, the Spivakovska ART: EGO gallery featured artists: Olga Adam, Oksana Dobritsa, Ilona Fedunkiv, Anna Gomonova, Anfisa Kass, Ekaterina Makarova, Julia Mikhno (Julie), Anna Musienko, Julia Poruchnik, Daria Smirnova, Lika Spivakovskaya, Mila Tagiev, Irina Tsaritsina, Larisa Uvarova, Daria Zaseda, Valentina Zhukova. The project "WOMAN’S ESSENCE" was created exclusively for women artists, to ensure recognition, fame and support for women in contemporary art. The project includes publication in a catalog criticizing Professor Laura di Trapani and an exhibition of participating artists in the center of Madrid in a prestigious location. Curator Laura di Trapani (Italy) - Art critic and independent curator, graduate of La Sapienza University in Rome. A critic of contemporary art, specializing in a new generation of artists. Laura oversaw numerous contemporary art exhibitions in galleries and foundations of Bologna, Palermo, Milan, Frankfurt and the Milan art fair. Collaborates with numerous magazines such as X-press, published by Deutsche Bank and Espoarte. The author of the successful book Essenza. In 2019, from May 11 to November 24, the Biennale of Contemporary Art takes place in Venice, curated by Ralph Rugoff, director of the London Hayward Gallery, who chose the Chinese saying May you live in interesting times as the theme, which Russian sounds like "God forbid you live in an era of change." “Art should help to comprehend and accept the current era of uncertainty, when any fact may turn out to be false,” says Ralph Rugoff, “We need to stop and think about what is happening in private, political and public life. When one crisis follows another, and every day brings new worries, art should help adapt to a new reality. ”You can change it to the content you need right now or later.