VENICE BIENNALE 2019: FRONTRUNNER’S REPORT

Every two years, the already-bustling paths lining the Venetian canals are filled with the colors of art, artists and art lovers converging on what’s often described as the "Olympics of the art world". This year’s Vernissage (opening week) for La Biennale di Venezia - the 58th International Art Exhibition - saw thousands toting their trademark canvas goodie bags filled with heavy art catalogues as they wandered across the two main sites at the Giardini and Arsenale. The exhibition, titled May ...

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