Memories from the 2016 Venice Biennale
The Venice Biennale, the famed Italian exhibition of art and architecture comes to an end this weekend. Red Studio Principal Architects Antonio and Denise Santini were at the event this year (no the rest of the team isn’t jealous at all), and we thought we would share some of their favorite images from their trip.
The exhibition, which began in 1895, rotates primarily between art and architecture each year. It has also come to include exhibitions of film, dance, music and theatre.
This year, the exhibition has been curated by Alejandro Aravena, winner of this year’s Pritzker Prize.
“We believe that the advancement of architecture is not a goal in itself but a way to improve people’s quality of life,” writes Aravena in the introduction to this years Biennale, “we would like to highlight the fact that architecture is called to respond to more than one dimension at the time, integrating a variety of fields instead of choosing one or another.”
We loved attending the exhibition this year, and we give you, faithful blog readers some of our favorite images.
The Red Studio Team