Venice biennale

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Building Bridges is contemporary Italian artist @lorenzoquinnartist's most ambitious project to date. Six pairs of monumental hands bridge the basin of the Arsenale as both a symbol of our commonality and an expression of human aspiration. The project depicts six of humanitys universal values Friendship Faith Help Love Hope and Wisdom each symbolised by human hands coming together to overcome differences and build a better world. / Ph. Dave Benett - Courtesy of Lorenzo Quinn Instagram, Wanderlust, Decoration, Architecture, Design, Bridge Building, Building Bridges, Installation Art, Bridge

Building Bridges is contemporary Italian artist @lorenzoquinnartist's most ambitious project to date. Six pairs of monumental hands bridge the basin of the Arsenale as both a symbol of our commonality and an expression of human aspiration. The project depicts six of humanitys universal values Friendship Faith Help Love Hope and Wisdom each symbolised by human hands coming together to overcome differences and build a better world. / Ph. Dave Benett - Courtesy of Lorenzo Quinn

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With the #Venice #Architecture Biennale now open to the public, attendees have given their verdict on the first major #cultural event to take place since the pandemic began. "It was interesting and very courageous," architect Stefano Boeri told Dezeen. "And how important it is for Venice to say that the biennale is still alive. It The post Visitors share their impressions of "interesting and courageous" #VeniceArchitectureBiennale appeared first on Dezeen. Pavilion, Venice, Architecture, Karlsruhe, Venice Biennale, Italia, Cultural Events, Living In Italy, Diego Rivera

With the #Venice #Architecture Biennale now open to the public, attendees have given their verdict on the first major #cultural event to take place since the pandemic began. "It was interesting and very courageous," architect Stefano Boeri told Dezeen. "And how important it is for Venice to say that the biennale is still alive. It The post Visitors share their impressions of "interesting and courageous" #VeniceArchitectureBiennale appeared first on Dezeen.

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