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Journal

The end of labor is to gain leisure

VENICE FOR CONVERSATIONS
Lose Yourself in Venice to Find Venice.
Rodolfo Bevilacqua and Riccardo Bisazza on the Past and Future of the Island.
Seen from afar, Venice may seem like a fish in the middle of the lagoon. But the closer we get, the more we realize that we are dealing with a labyrinth. Rodolfo Bevilacqua of Tessitura Luigi Bevilacqua and Riccardo Bisazza of Fornace Orsoni 1888 share with us how to cross it, going back to move forward.
VENICE FOR CONVERSATIONS
Venice, a Project to Be Curated. Alma Zevi and Aurora Fonda on Contemporary Art in the Lagoon and the Future.
Venice is like a cozy living room where it is still possible to run into each other and talk. But often the narrow alleys become suddenly crowded, and too many voices cover our words. Now that the silence is almost unsettling, two gallerists Aurora Fonda of a plus a gallery and Alma Zevi meet in an apartment that used to be rented by tourists and now acts as studio to Alma Zevi's gallery. It is an intimate artists' residency and a great place to talk about art and Venice.
VENICE FOR CONVERSATIONS
Venice, design, and slowness in the golden hour of the Fondamenta. The Micheluzzi sisters and Agnese Lunardelli in conversation.
The glass sisters Elena and Margherita Micheluzzi and the visionary entrepreneur behind the Lunardelli Venice atelier Agnese Lunardelli tell us what Venetian design means for them, what Venice needs now, and how to invent a future in the lagoon.
ART IN ITALY
After the Lockdown, a Breath of Fresh Art! – Una Boccata d’Arte
After so much time spent inside, finally a breath of fresh air! Let's go outside and discover 20 Italian villages and 20 contemporary art installation and enjoy "Una Boccata d'Arte".
ART IN VENICE
#september2020 – Art finally! (part III)
Finally, some light is shining at the end of the Venetian tunnel and most of the museums and art spaces are up and running!
ART IN VENICE
Venice, Contemporary Art and Repopulation. An Interview with Michela Rizzo
"... the economy connected to the monoculture of tourism has undergone a historic slowdown that politics will have to fix in some way. Repopulating Venice must become an absolute priority and necessary incentives must be found to ensure that this happens. "
ART IN VENICE
#july2020 – Art, finally! (part II)
Spring hasn't been the same without them, but finally, four more fundamental spots can be added to the art map of the exhibitions in town, and all of a sudden it's summer again.
TIPS FROM THE CHICKS
Venice for
Venice is unique for sure, but there is not just "one" Venice for all; there is one that looks like you, waiting to be discovered or rediscovered in its lesser-known facets: contemporary art, design, architecture. Unusual paths to explore from a different point of view: yours.
ART IN VENICE
#june2020 – Art, finally!
Contemporary art awakens in Venice and with it our thirst for prosecco and a chat in front of a still-fresh canvas (and behind a face mask).
TIPS FROM THE CHICKS
Camilla’s Venice
Designers cry too: an emotional guide to the essential Venice.
TIPS FROM THE CHICKS
Carlotta’s Venice
When in Rome do as the Romans do. When in Venice, do what Carlotta does. A sneak-peek into a born and raised Venetian's life.
TIPS FROM THE CHICKS
Claudia’s Venice
Venetian post lock-down rehabilitation through stages of food and beauty.