Monday, September 11, 2006

Art during the architecture Biennial

Michelangelo Pistoletto at the Palazzo Grassi

Magritte at the Peggy Guggenheim

Piotr Uklanski at Palazzo Grassi

During the architecture Biennial in Venice I saw 2 art shows. One was the "Where Are We Going?": Selections from the Fran├žois Pinault Collection at the newly rennovated but uptight Palazzo Grassi. The show was good as expected with no surprises. Another show was the Lucio Fontana at the Peggy Guggenheim. I did not like these Fontana pieces which were made and inspired after one of his visits in New York. I moved to the permanent collection building to enjoy the Max Ernst, Magritte and Yves Tanguy paintings once again.


At 4:01 AM, Anonymous Josh Neuman said...

I've recently added Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, and Yves Tanguy sections at under the "famous surreal artists" section.

It's basically a google/wikipedia listing without the crap "adwords" websites and other copies of websites that say the same stuff. All the links have a good description so you know what's on the page you're going to click on.


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