Miami Sculptor Beatriz Gerenstein Shows a 10 Feet High Sculpture During the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale.

The Third Partner by Beatriz Gerenstein facing the Venice Lagoon

The Third Partner by Beatriz Gerenstein at the Giardini della Marinaressa, Venice, Italy

The Third Partner by Beatriz Gerenstein and San Marco Campanile (tower)

The third Partner, the sculpture installed in the Venetian public park Giardino della Marinaressa has a compelling social message.

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 / — The sculptor Beatriz Gerenstein is showing a three-meter (10 feet) high, stainless steel public sculpture in the exhibition “Time Space Existence” during the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale. The exhibition is on view at the Gardino della Marinaressa, Riva dei Sette Martiri, 30122 Venezia, Italy, from May 26 to November 25, 2018.

Beatriz Gerenstein named her monumental sculpture “The Third Partner.” It is 3.1 meters high (10.5 feet), made of stainless steel and has a mirror finish. A large, shiny knot is in the center of the sculpture. Three ends emerge from the knot instead of the two we always see. Two ends appear at an angle from the bottom of the knot and join the base of the sculpture in an elegant gesture. The third end comes up from the knot, towards the sky.

In Gerenstein's narrative, every activity of human beings, such as love, business or friendship, requires an imperceptible but undeniable energy that facilitates our relationship with other people. The third end of the knot, the one that heads to the heavens, represents a channel for that energy, it is The Third Partner.

The Third Partner is installed at the entrance of a Venetian public park, the Giardino della Marinaressa. The mixed blue and green lights coming from the Venice lagoon and the trees of the gardens produce pleasant reflections in the bright surface of the sculpture, adding a touch of magic to the whole scene.

In a world where everything often speaks the same aesthetic language and the human being is being removed from the scene or used as an object, Beatriz Gerenstein’s wants to break the monotony of the conversation. Her sculptures talk about the human condition, love, friendship, anguish, indulgence, joy, pain, and hope.
Beatriz Gerenstein was born in Argentina and lives and works in Miami, USA.

The exhibition “Time Space Existence” is organized by the Global Art Affair Foundation and held by the European Cultural Centre in the context of the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale.

Rimonim Art Gallery was founded by Rick Rofe in 2010. The Gallery is committed to showing artworks that deserve to be seen, unique concepts able to engage the viewer, to confront them with ideas, thoughts, and emotions. Our emphasis is on the aesthetic and the message.

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Source: EIN Presswire