Mar­tin Ha­te­bur /

Pre­sident of Kuns­thalle Ba­sel

L'officiel Art - - Venise Seen By... -

It was in 1998 for a bir­th­day, staying at The Grit­ti Pa­lace, dis­co­ve­ring Ve­nice at its best… love at first sight. Vi­si­ting the Scuo­la Grande di San Roc­co with its ex­traor­di­na­ry works by Tin­to­ret­to.

Cam­po San Roc­co, 3052, San Po­lo scuo­la­gran­de­san­roc­co.it The ex­hi­bi­tion “Slip of the Tongue” cu­ra­ted by Danh Vo in col­la­bo­ra­tion with Ca­ro­line Bour­geois at the Pun­ta della Do­ga­na–Pi­nault Col­lec­tion. Danh Vo has been in­vi­ted to col­la­bo­rate with the Col­lec­tion not on­ly as an ar­tist but al­so as a cu­ra­tor, wor­king with the Col­lec­tion in conjunc­tion with a num­ber of in­vi­ted ar­tists. The title of the ex­hi­bi­tion is bor­ro­wed from the ar­tist Nai­ry Bagh­ra­mian (born in 1971), who has been in ac­tive conver­sa­tion with Danh Vo. The ex­hi­bi­tion is an at­tempt at map­ping friend­ship; it com­bines both the per­so­nal and so­cial di­men­sions of re­la­tion­ships around ar­tists. Friend­ships, ta­king care of friends, is one of the most im­por­tant things in life for me and I am cu­rious to see how Danh Vo is trans­la­ting this in­to an ex­hi­bi­tion.

Pun­ta della Do­ga­na, Dor­so­du­ro, 2 pa­laz­zo­gras­si.it

Mi­chèle La­my's barge on the “Iso­la la Cer­to­sa” to re­lax and re­co­ver from the ope­ning of the Ve­nice Bien­nale.

The Barge will be moo­red on La Cer­to­sa Is­land from the 4th-9th of May. Chie­sa di San Stae Chie­sa di San Stae on the Ca­nal Grande hou­sing ma­ny magnificent art­works, in­clu­ding a large can­vas by Bar­to­lo­meo Let­te­ri­ni de­co­ra­ting the cei­ling of the pres­by­te­ry. It cap­ti­vates through its simple beau­ty and of­fers peace to me­di­tate.

Chie­sa di San Stae Cam­po San Stae, 3013, San­ta Croce. Trat­to­ria An­tiche Ca­ram­pane An­tiche Ca­ram­pane in San Po­lo, one of the best and most au­then­tic res­tau­rants in Ve­nice.

An­tiche Ca­ram­pane Ses­tiere San Po­lo, 1911 Tel 041-5240165 an­ti­che­ca­ram­pane.com To get lost in Ve­nice...

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