Blog Posts - Venice Biennale



Manga Dreams exhibition at Young Gallery, Brussels, Belgium.

Don’t miss the Manga Dreams by Anderson & Low  exhibition in Young Gallery in Brussels from the 21st of March – 5th of May! Make your way down to see this phenomenal series of work! Private View on the 20th of March!
by RedD Forum on Mar 6, 2014

Venice Biennale 2013 – Dénes Farkas and Harald Szeemann

The Venice Biennale is long over, but here are some nice pictures to remember the wonderful trip by. - the exhibition of the Estonian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2013: Dénes Farkas. Evident in Advance. Curated by Adam Budak. I loved it! - the...
by Cuisine of Life on Nov 2, 2013

“ Il Palazzo Enciclopedico ” An overview on the 55th Venice Biennale (part I)

I hope none will mind for a bit of national pride, as I begin my blog entries for RedDPR with a …Continue reading »...
by RedD Forum on Jun 7, 2013

Confirmado: Rem Koolhaas dirigirá la Bienal de Arquitectura de Venecia 2014 – La Biennale di Venezia – NEWS: Rem Koolhaas appointed Director of the Architecture section

A continuación, cita de la nota oficial en la web de La Biennale: “…NEWS: Rem Koolhaas appointed Director of the Architecture section The Board of Directors of la Biennale di Venezia,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by ArquitecturaS on Jan 8, 2013

Colored Pigeons in Venice

Have you ever been to Venice? If you have, you may have noticed tons of grey pigeons just walking around tourists and beseeching food from them. Well, you would have been highly surprised if you had seen them during the 2012 Venice Biennale. “Some...
by Cat in water on Nov 5, 2012

The wisdom of doubt: Álvaro Siza

Despite not receiving quite the recognition that the world’s “starchitects” enjoy, the Portuguese designer takes this year’s Golden Lion award at the Venice Biennale due to his varied and often contradictory oeuvre.
by Iberosphere on Oct 24, 2012

Bronze bulls take up residence in Christchurch

  Vacant lots abound in Christchurch as more and more buildings in the central city have been demolished. Many of these vacant lots sit empty, except for the occasional cluster of wildflowers, weeds, and broken bricks, while owners work through...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Jul 4, 2012

Italian Museum Makes Extreme Stand Against Organized Crime

The staff of a museum in southern Italy believes it must destroy its permanent collection in order to save it. Though the Casoria Museum of Contemporary Art (CAM) houses a cosmopolitan collection valued at €6 million ($8 million), it is situated in...
by Mafia Today on Feb 28, 2012


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