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Russian Pavilion. Russia at 58th Venice Biennale of Art
The Russian Pavilion. Russia at the 58° Venice Biennale of Art: the artists of the pavilion, the works, the times, the periods, the cost of the tickets and the exhibition venue.
Russia Pavilion at Venice Biennale of Art - Biennale's Garden - Venice
Exhibition in progress from 11 May to 24 November 2019
The 58th Biennale of Art will open to the public on 11 May 2019. But starting from a few days before the opening there will be the various openings and side events that always suddenly animate the Venetian artistic life. The title of the 58 edition of the Biennale d'Arte is May You Live In Interesting Times.
79 artists are invited to exhibit at the 58th Venice Biennale of Art, with a prevalence of women. Among them the 2 Italians Ludovica Carbotta and Lara Favaretto. The first will make a site-specific work in Forte Marghera, inside the building known as the Austrian Powder Mill.
Go to the page of the 58th Venice Art Biennale
Russian Pavilion. Russia at 58th Biennale Arte of VeniceTitle of the Venice Biennale's Russia Pavilion is Lc 15:11-32.
Artists: Alexander Sokurov, Alexander Shishkin-Hokusai.
Curator: Mikhail Piotrovsky.
Commissioner: Semyon Mikhailovsky.
Seat: Biennale's Garden - Venice
Web: Russian Pavilion
Press Release Russia Pavilion of 58th Venice Biennale of ArtRussian Pavilion will be opened for the Biennale of Art 2019 in Venice Italy with the exhibition Lc. 15: 11-32 curated by The State Hermitage Museum and the General Director Mikhail Piotrovsky.
The exhibition derives its name from the Gospel of Luke and the ‘Parable of the Prodigal Son’. The Hermitage Museum owns a painting by Rembrandt on this theme called "The Return of the Prodigal Son" that become the main work of its exhibition route. Here in Venice the central theme of the installation in Russian Pavilion by the famous film director Alexander Sokurov simultaneously representing one of the halls of the museum and an artist’s studio surrounded by the turmoil and war of the modern world.
An inner staircase bring down the visitors into the world of the Flemish School brought to life by the artist Alexander Shishkin-Hokusai and is dedicated to the intricate mechanisms in the Winter Palace such as the famous Peacock Clock.
The exhibition is supported by JSC Russian Railways.
Hours: Gardens from 10.00 to 18.00. Arsenale from 10.00 to 18.00 (from 10.00 to 20.00 on Friday and Saturday until September 30th). Closed on Mondays (except May 13, September 2, November 18).
Tickets: please visit the official website. On the web € 21.50 until 31 March 2019.
Phone: +39.041.5218711; fax +39.041.5218704
Web: Biennale of Venice