Photos and the City

Slow travel & photography

Seeing Venice in the fog, Damien Hirst and seeing the hands emerging from the Canale Grande and supporting Ca´Sagredo Hotel – these were kind of the main reasons for my trip to Venice in November and I got lucky on two of them! “Support” by Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn The limbs rest against the Ca’ […]

Another reason besides the fog for me to come back to Venice in November was the Damien Hirst exhibition in the Punta della Dogana and Palazzo Grassi: “Treasures of the Wreck of the Unbelievable.” On the day of the show’s preview, curator Elena Guena narrated the fairytale of Cif Amotan II, the first-century Antioch freed-slave-turned-art-collector whose […]

While strolling around the Arsenale I stumbled upon an exhibition of the American sculptor Carole A. Feuerman in the Giardino della Marinaressa. It´s only one of four simultaneously shows going on in Venice of the artist – the sculptures are colourful like the houses in Burano and it took me a while to realize that they are actually sculptures […]