Don’t miss the chance to admire the beautiful and modern art masterpieces from artists from all over the world at the famous Venice International Art Exhibition.
The exhibition is now at its 57th edition and it is worldwide-known to be the original Biennale on which others elsewhere in the world are modeled.
This year, the Biennale will take place from May 13th to November 26th 2017 (Preview May 10th, 11th and 12th) in the Giardini and the Arsenale and in various other venues in Venice.
The title chosen by Christine Macel, curator of this year’s 57th International Art Exhibition, is: VIVA ARTE VIVA. Christine Macel has explained his project as follows:
“In a world full of conflicts and jolts, in which humanism is being seriously jeopardized, art is the most precious part of the human being. It is the ideal place for reflection, individual expression, freedom and fundamental questions. It is a “yes” to life, although sometimes a “but” lies behind. More than ever, the role, the voice and the responsibility of the artist are crucial in the framework of contemporary debates.
Viva Arte Viva is also an exclamation, an expression of the passion for art and for the state of the artist. Viva Arte Viva is a Biennale designed with the artists, by the artists and for the artists. It deals with the forms they propose, the questions they pose, the practices they develop and the forms of life they choose.”
Venice Biennale Collateral Events on San Clemente Island:
From 10 May until 5 November 2017, guests visiting San Clemente Palace Kempinski will admire the beautiful masterpieces of six contemporary artists exhibiting on San Clemente Island. The hotel provides a free private shuttle that runs daily between St. Mark's Square and the hotel every 30 minutes.
BOOK our Biennale Package and enjoy 2-night stay in one of our spacious and elegant rooms overlooking the lagoon or the centuries-old park. The offer is inclusive of sumptuous daily breakfast, tickets for the Biennale and Biennale-inspired cocktail by our Barman Alessio Venturini.
Photocredits: © Ernesto Neto