58th International Art Exhibition – May You Live In Interesting Times

Preview, 8,9,10 May, Open the public from 11 may to 24 November.

Ninety national Participations, 4 countries present for the first time (Algeria, Ghana, Madagascar and Pakistan); 79 participant artists from all over the world, 21 collateral events.

These are the main figures for this 58th international Exhibition promoted by the Venice Biennale and chaired by Paolo Baratta, presenting itself, as per tradition, spread out between the central Pavilion at the Giardini, venues at the Arsenal and a number of widespread locations hosting national participations and collateral exhibitions.

Without an actual theme – the title ranges in its translations from “threatening times” to “interesting times” – this edition will feature – as stated by its director Rugoff – “… on works of art reflecting on the precarious aspects of our current existence, among them on the many threats to founding traditions, to institutions and to relationships in the “post-war order”.

The Italia Pavilion at the Tese delle Vergini in the Arsenal, supported and promoted by the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities, is curated by Milovan Farronato.

Among its special projects, the exhibition is presenting the one for Forte Marghera by Ludovica Carbotta and the one for the Applied Arts Pavilion at the Arsenal, by Marysia Lewandoska, the fruit of collaboration between La Biennale and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

A catalogue in two volumes and an exhibition guide will be available to the public.

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COVID-19 a Venezia

Informiamo che secondo le disposizioni del DPCM del 11/3/2020 che di fatto chiude in tutta italia musei, mostre, ristoranti ed impone molte altre restrizioni per contenere la diffusione del Covid-19. 

Le informazioni contenute nel nostro portale di informazione possono essere non corrette per quanto riguarda orari di apertura e mostre in corso. 

Gli eventi che sono programmati per dopo il 4 aprile al momento, fatto salvo ulteriori modifiche da parte del governo dovrebbero essere corretti. 

I Musei di Venezia, stanno comunque proseguendo la loro mission di diffondere cultura e di dare la possibilità di ammirarne le opere tramite canali social che vi faranno scoprire le bellezze in essi contenute

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