Multicolored houses. Those who love Venice, do not miss Murano. Its multicolored houses along the canals are an unmistakable sign. The lagoon with its brackish waters acts as a mirror and a limit to what man has been able to build over the centuries. Also in this work, Zhezmer’s artistic skill blends with poetry. Here is Anna Achmàtova, with her poem Venezia, who speaks of an ancient faded canvas, and this is how the artist has reworked this part of Venice. The colors follow one another in a discolored sequence and on them fine lines that intertwine recreate the profiles of the fishermen’s houses. Poetry that becomes a painting, painting that becomes poetry. In all this, the modern technique of execution disappears, is canceled, and the viewer’s eye can get lost in its magic.