Axel Vervoordt's last two exhibitions at Palazzo Fortuny during the Biennale have become legendary for their beauty and, especially, the way they mix ancient and modern art, known and unknown artists, artefacts and masterpieces.Read more
A vaporetto strike on the first day of the Venice Biennale does not bode well, especially when it begins at midnight and you're staying on an island that can only be accessed by boat.Read more
The Biennale sprawls outside of its original pavilion gardens – the Giardini – and takes over the city, which is part of the fun. I spent Wednesday looking at some of the pavilions outside the Giardini and seeing the Arsenale.Read more
If my tour of the Giardini of the Biennale, is anything to go by, mazes are a big theme this year. Here are a few:Read more
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