On the occasion of the International Architecture Biennial, the Spazio Sv – San Vidal Exhibition Center is pleased to announce the personal exhibition of the Chinese artist Liu Tiefei entitled “Rose Nebula”. This artistic exhibition, scheduled from 3 to 6 November, offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore the art of a global visionary.

Liu Tiefei, a multifaceted artist known for his creations ranging from breathtaking landscapes to vibrant flowers, from red sorghum to engaging human stories, has consistently explored themes from every corner of the world. However, his most ardent ambition was to discover a new art form.
The “Rose Nebula” we observe today transports us back in time, capturing a scene from 5,000 years ago, a beauty that transcends time barriers. In a time when the Earth faces challenges such as pandemics, conflicts and the spread of nuclear pollution in the oceans, the “Rose Nebula” offers us a glimpse into our existence and the choices we make.

Liu Tiefei, an internationally renowned artist, represents a bridge between our terrestrial world and the depths of the universe. His exhibition “Rose Nebula” promises to inspire and make the public think, encouraging us to protect the beauty of our planet, humanity’s only known refuge.
A journey through Liu Tiefei’s art is an opportunity to discover our connection to the cosmos and Earth, encouraging us to cultivate a deep sense of love and responsibility towards our blue planet.

From 03 to 06 November 2023
Hours: 10.30am – 12.30pm / 3.00pm – 6.00pm
Free admission

Biography note
Liu Tiefei, an internationally renowned artist, was the only Chinese artist designated for both the 2012 London Olympics and 2016 Rio Olympics. In 2013 he was invited by the Italian National Museum to create oil paintings, the “Riace Bronzes” , making it one
of the 14 international artists invited. In 2017, Liu Tiefei was invited to participate in the on-site event at the “Kassel Documenta” exhibition, one of the three largest art exhibitions in the world.
In March 2021, “Magical Red Sorghum” won the  International Landscape award
Painting competition, an honor granted to only 12 artists worldwide. In 2023 he was appointed by United
The Foundation for the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Nations as “UNESCO International Artist of Peace”.