Arch. Myriam B. Mahiques Curriculum Vitae

Friday, June 3, 2011

Pictures from the Venice Biennale

At the Palazzo Grassi: Loris Gréaud's haunting creation, Gunpowder Forest Bubble
Mark Nelson installation at the British pavillion
Joana Vasconcelos's colourful work fills the atrium at the Palazzo Grassi. Entitled Contamination, it aims to echo the exhibition's focus on positive relationships between cultures
A column of smoke snakes heavenwards in Anish Kapoor's installation, Ascension. It's the first time the Basilica di San Giorgio in Venice has been used as the setting for a contemporary art piece
Jan Fabre's provocative sculpture depicts a skeletal Madonna holding a dead Christ. Entitled Sogno Compassionevole, it is part of the artist's Pietas exhibition
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