Thursday, September 15, 2005

About Venice biennale 2005

The Venice Biennale is the most important contemporary art event for Welsh artists to show their wares.

la biennale di Venezia - 1964-Rauschenberg

..The Venice Biennale... Art Architecture Cinema Dance Music Theatre... since 1895...

The Venice Biennale has for over a century been one of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world. Ever since its foundation in 1895, it has been in the avant-garde, promoting new artistic trends and organising international events in the contemporary arts in accordance with a multi-disciplinary model which characterises its unique nature. It is world-beating for the International Film Festival (61 editions), for the International Art Exhibition (50 editions) and for the International Architecture Exhibition (9 editions), and continues the great tradition of the Festival of Contemporary Music (48 editions) and Theatre (36 editions), now flanked by the Festival of Contemporary Dance (2 editions). The Biennale promotes numerous publishing initiatives in the same sectors. Its visibility is high in all the media. Through the ASAC (Historic Archives of Contemporary Arts), the Biennale conserves the documentation of its history.

The Foundation's venues, which receive an increasingly vast international public (320,000 visitors per annum), are not owned by it but are made available by law by the Venice City Council - the Giardini di Castello (visual arts and architecture), the Palazzo del Cinema and the Palazzo del Casinò on the Lido (cinema) - or are obtained through plurennial agreements with the Italian Navy and the Inland Revenue - the Arsenale (visual arts and architecture), the Teatro alle Tese and the Teatro Piccolo Arsenale (dance, music, theatre).

51st International Art Exhibition
María de Corral - The Experience of Art
Rosa Martínez - Always a Little Further

Visit The Venice Bienalle official website : Fun


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At 12:55 AM, Blogger Luis Fernando Areán said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a message. It's probably hard to translate what I say, but I really appreciate your effort.

Again, thanks for the visit, let's keep in touch.

P.S. I was in Venice this summer, but to my shame I did not visit the Biennale...


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