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Saturday, July 21
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courtesy DBoyd
Giardini pathway
Take care of yourself...
Hungarian Pavilion
courtesy PChen
Daryl and gray bricks
Funky
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Apres le 11 sep
The glass maze
Jenn felt that this year's Biennale had less 'angry art', which pleased her, but there was still much commentary on what ails the world today, including much about war and conflict.
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Curious exhibits
Statue, Giardini Entrance
Statue, Giardini Entrance
This way to the Arsenale
After giving the Giardini a quick but thorough once-over, we walked the short distance over to the Arsenale. There, a huge L-shaped building, called the 'Corderie', houses most of the artworks. Just as interesting as the works of art is the building itself: inside, a one-thousand foot long open space bordered by monumental ancient-looking brick pillars form the backdrop for the exhibits. It was once one of the main buildings involved in the building of the immense and powerful venetian fleet. I knew it was old, but I did not realize it was 500 years old until I looked it up!
courtesy PChen
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Laundry never looked so good
Making venice accessible
Arsenale entrance
courtesy DBoyd
Think with the senses...
The symbolism is obvious
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Tristar heading down
Soldiers' map of the US
Caption for Display
Exhibit closeup
Neon room
Neon room
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Atmospheric Arsenale
Marine exhibit
Space-y
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