Die Biennale von Venedig ist mehr als nur eine Kunstausstellung – sie ist ein immersives Kunsterlebnis. Alle zwei Jahre verwandelt dieses Ereignis Venedig in eine dynamische Leinwand der Kreativität.
The Venice Biennale is more than just an exhibition – it’s an immersive art experience. Held every two years, this event transforms Venice into a dynamic canvas of creativity.
Curator Hashim Sarkis, architect, professor and researcher at MIT in Boston, presents this year a multidisciplinary Biennale involving architects, researchers and artists. To all of them, Sarkis asked to imagine the ways of the future coexistence between men and other living species.
Through the two locations of the Giardini and the Arsenale you see proposals and suggestions from all over the world.
Rules to travel are finally easier and visitors are coming back to Venice. The city is welcoming its guests in a slow-moving atmosphere, bars and restaurants in the squares, quiet alleyways and challenging exhibitions.
The Architecture Biennale, located in the Giardini and in the ancient Arsenal, proposes this year to look ahead in the future and see which strategies we need to choose to live well through times of change.
I’m very proud to have assisted journalist Neil Robbins in the final reading of his thoughtful book: Venice, an Odyssey.
Memories of the city he had seen when he was a student cross the different reality of Venice today.
A profound reportage on the environmental, social, and economic challenges of Venice today. I warmly recommend it to anyone interested in the complicated relationship between cultural heritage, economic profit, and environmental issues.
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Venice was one of the most international and vibrant capitals in ancient Europe. Many craftspeople and artists were attracted by the wealth that was invested to build new churches and palaces and embellish them with artworks, sculptures, funeral monuments, wooden ceilings, and fabrics of any sort.
Who built among the most extraordinary architecture of Venice?
A rich exhibition of 18thcentury Venetian art will bring you closer to the light and gentle spirit of the Rococo.
Masterpieces by great artists like Canaletto and Tiepolo dominates in the former apartment of the Doge; you can admire the bright pastel palette of Tiepolo and the cityscapes full of air and light of Canaletto. You can indulge in details that show daily life in the 18thcentury in the vedute and be captivated by the sensuousness of the figures in mythological stories.
Venedig war die größte Stadt über die Alpen, wo man über die neuen Ideen von Luther diskutieren konnte. Die Regierung war zwar katholisch aber in der reichen Hauptstadt war eine gewisse Toleranz üblich.
Most happy to share one of the many beautiful reviews, in German, on the volume I made together with the German photographer Norbert Heyl about the Gardens of Venice!
@Terra Magica Verlag 2017.
I’m happy to share a very useful set of information and tips for our many visitors! The handbook has been elaborated by my friends of the Gruppo 25 aprile: “a group of Venetians, “native” and not (Venetians by choice, in all cases) (…) now risk being forced out of our environment (…) because of the cost of living and the lack of appropriate job opportunities.”
As we Venetians are pleased to have you as a visitor in our magnificent city, full of art treasures and with a long and extraordinary history, we’d love to prevent you from being cheated.
This information has been conceived especially for the time of Carnival but they are useful all year round.