La Biennale di Venezia: Our World Through Art
Take a four-part deep dive into the largest and most established international art event in the world. The 59th Venice Biennale, opened this April after being postponed due to the pandemic from its original date in 2021. This is the second time since its inauguration in 1894 that the biennale was postponed due to a world crisis. The first instance was WWII, which pushed the 24th Biennale to 1948. This series will take us on a fascinating journey connecting art, world politics, economy, and gender – including sessions devoted to the American and Israeli pavilions specifically. Each session is a stand-alone, but you are invited for the full ride to fully grasp the magnitude and beauty of this truly amazing world art event.
Sunday, August 21, 2022
The Milk of Dreams – The Venice Bienalle as a Reflection of World Politics and Trends
“The Milk of Dreams” curated this year by Italian-born, New York-based curator Cecilia Alemani, features 58 countries.
Monday, August 22, 2022
The International and American Pavilions – Race, Color, Gender and Colonialism
Thursday, August 25, 2022
The Israeli Pavilion
Monday, August 29, 2022
The Venice Biennale – Highlights and Favorites
In this closing session, we’ll enjoy highlights from the 59th Biennale
Four Part Series: Aug 21, 22, 25, 29; You may join for one or all.
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