Biennalissimo!
Posted on July 4th, 2013 at 9:53 pm by admin

Ah Venezia! Venice is of course a beautiful city and for people interested in arts it’s a hot and long pavement. The two main-areas (Giardini and Arsenale) of the Biennale are big and not so overcrowded like the small paths (Impossible to walk in that mud Hunter would say) but it is also impossible to see all the Biennale in one day. It’s just too much to experience and some of the things are truly damn nice. Scattered over the city you can also find a lot of other pavilions. Some of them are not easy to find, but exactly that makes it even more charming: getting lost again and again and discovering always new places. Altogether it was a very nice journey. I am sure I will return to check out the rest some day. [Thanx to Ira, Lizzy & Joe to be present]

La Biennale

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Don’t worry they are not wasted; it’s a performance by Tino Sehgal [>>] with changing performers. Honestly I heard better beatboxing before and the singing scared the hell out me.

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The israeli pavilion showed some nice technocratic tunes on screen and some kind of a horrorshow by Gilad Ratman [>>]. I liked the dark atmosphere in there.

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Shinro Ohtake [>>] fills big books with lots of stuff he collects and paints over it. Nice!

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Cathy Wilkes [>>]; on the road, installation in The Encyclopedic Palace.

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Sarah Sze [>>]: Triple Point in the USA pavilion. Here some strange Foucault pendulum.

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Ai Wei Wei [>>]: Everybody already knows his installation in the german pavilion I guess.

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The russian pavilion: Part of Vadim Zakharov’s Danaë [>>].

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Pawel Althamer’s sculptures with real faces of venetian people [>>].

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The book Genesis as comic by Robert Crumb [>>].

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Pavilion of Montenegro: Image Think by Irena Lagator Pejovic [>>].

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Some stranger submitted this work with double-meaning.

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Of course Falschetto El Fluctibosso himself couldn’t resist leaving a bacteria there…

Comments so far:

Link Here | July 4, 2013,

“ALL ART HAS BEEN CONTEMPORARY”

Comment by Der Kanzler


Link Here | July 5, 2013,

Bluism ist the new Yellowism. All Art is Bluism.

Comment by Blue Meanie


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