Biennale: Island Di San Lazzaro

I got a chance to take a boat out to the Isola San. Lazzaro/ dei Armeni to see the exhibit which won the golden lion (as in the first prize) of the Biennale. (In a previous post I talked about the art Biennale, you can check it out if you haven’t already!) ‘Streetlights of Memory- A Stand by Memorial […]

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Strolling Through Venice

When I packed for Italy I just had a vision of flowy, boho dresses, mixed with browns and earthy tones. Here’s what I ended up throwing on!. Dress: Free People (Actually got this at a Saks Off Fifth! But you can find similar maxi dresses here) Shoes: G.H Bass & Co  Sunglasses: Givenchy  Bracelet: Madewell Necklace: Satya  Bag: […]

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Biennale: Conversion by the Recycle Group

I saw another of the Biennale events exhibit called  ‘Conversion’  by the Recycle Group, held in the Saint Antonin Church. Since I’m not familiar with visual art/contemporary art I find it difficult to understand it at times. Recently, I have come to the decision that if a piece moves me, makes me think, or inspires me, […]

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Biennale Arte: All The World’s Futures

It’s the 120th anniversary of the first Biennale, an International art Exhibition hosted in Venice (this year curated by Okwui Enwezor). The Biennale historically is hosted in two locations the Giardini and the Arsenale. However more recently they started opening more private palaces around Venice so as to be able to display more art from different countries […]

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Take a Walk with me through Venice

Venice is simply breathtaking. As you walk through the city it feels like you have somehow turned back the clock and landed in a different era. Every corner you turn is beautiful. I hope you enjoy the streets (as they call them here calle) as much as I did walking them.  View of the Salute from the […]

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