59th Venice Art Biennale
During the 59th Venice Art Biennale, Argentinean artist Aaron Nachtailer's installation "Galla", a 20m2 Floating Forest, is presented in the Grand Canal. The forest, in front of the imposing palaces, seems fragile, and represents the state of vulnerability of all the forests in the world.
In the next few days, two paintings attributed to Sandro Botticelli return from their travels abroad. The Madonna and Child John the Baptist and two angels are back in the Gallery, loaned to the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum in Innsbruck for the exhibition dedicated to Botticelli's Madonnas which ended on January 30th.
The exhibition venues of the Institution Bologna Musei will be regularly open during the Christmas holidays 2021/2022, with extraordinary openings also on New Year's Day.
The exhibition "La Fabbrica del Rinascimento. Processi creativi, mercato e produzione a Vicenza" was inaugurated on Friday 10 December 2021, in the presence of the Minister for Public Administration, Renato Brunetta.
Biennials of art
The eighth Biennale Gherdëina, located in the heart of the Unesco World Heritage Site of the Dolomites, is curated by Lucia Pietroiusti and Filipa Ramos. Today the artists involved are announced with some details of the program and a Save the Date for the opening weekend in May 2022.
A large mural is born inside the Certosa District to convey a message of urban rebirth and regeneration in the name of visual design: it is located in via Varesina 162 and bears the signature of the graphic studio CamuffoLab with SIGNS.
On Saturday 13 November 2021, for the first time in their very long history, in most cases multi-centennial, the historic venues of Italy open their doors in unison to celebrate together the first day dedicated to making these places of absolute knowledge even more excellence.
The photo "Hardship of Life" by Turkish photographer Mehmet Aslan is the overall winner of the Siena International Photo Awards (SIPA) 2021.
Steve McCurry Icons is an exhibition path, curated by Buba Giachetti, within the style and poetics of the great American photographer. The 100 works on display tell the dispossessed of the earth and history, without pietism, but with compassion and curiosity.
Arte Laguna Prize reopens the doors of the Northern Arsenal of Venice, starting the largest exhibition in the history of the competition, a celebration of art and creativity that looks to the future and gives voice to a wide variety of visual languages