The challenge is always to use materials in a new and different way, and make them convey meaning and portray form in a manner that has not previously been seen.
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By Katherine McMahon Posted 11 May 2017 11:24am
Thursday at the Venice Biennale was stricken with cloudy weather and a little bit of rain, but that didn’t stop the crowds as a slew of pavilions had official openings between the Giardini and Arsenale, including those of the United Statem Chile and Denmark. Below, have a look around town.
Australian artist Andrew Rogers with one of his sculptures at the opening of his collateral exhibition “WE ARE” at Palazzo Mora. http://www.artnews.com/2017/05/11/scenes-from-the-venice-biennale-day-3/ Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save