Founded in 2000, Circuito Off in thirteen years has become an international reference point of experimental audiovisual creation. A catalyst for new styles, trends and languages, Circuito Off has always placed at the center of its mission the mixing of genres, questioning the fluctuating (...)
The report on the production of cultural events in Venice reached this year its ninth edition. As in previous years, it is a contribution of information and data, made from www.agendavenezia.org site, which is useful to think about the universe of cultural events, its size and its effect on the (...)
The 13th International Architecture Exhibition titled Common Ground, directed by David Chipperfield and organized by la Biennale di Venezia chaired by Paolo Baratta, will open to the public from Wednesday August 29th until Sunday November 25th 2012, at the Giardini della Biennale and at the (...)
In the Triveneto area as in the rest of Italy, the demand for culture and the participation in cultural events are increasing despite economic crisis and the reduction of public fundings. This is the conclusion emerging from the VII Annual Federculture Report, a volume titled “La cultura serve (...)
The exhibition is open from 2 April to 15 May.
Istituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti
Loredan Palace, Campo Santo Stefano – Venice.
“I’m an old Veneto’s fanatic”. That is what Ernest Hemingway wrote in a letter to Bernard Berenson in 1948 expressing all his affection for Veneto. His love started (...)
The 20th century was characterised by big cities, metropolises and gross stadt. On the threshold of 1900, Webber wrote the important study “The Growth of Great Cities” on the phenomenon striking the world at the time: the gigantism of the cities. For almost all the 20th century, this phenomenon (...)
Paraphrasing Simmel, […] the connection between all elements constituting a modern city has to be based on the project of an urban landscape that should not be originated by the chance redevelopment of existing landscapes; these situations, indeed, are regulated by technical rules that are often (...)
The Fondazione di Venezia decided to entrust the architectural planning of M9 to the winner of a competition, entirely of its own volition and without any particular law obliging this, in the conviction that the best solution for how to give Mestre back an important and central urban area might (...)