Sunday March 24, 2019


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Public Gardens, wanted by Napoleon in the early 19th century, were soon deemed suitable to host an international art Biennial Exhibition conceived by a group of intellectuals who met at Caffè Florian. The first exhibition was inaugurated on March 30, 1895, with great success of critics and public. In more than one hundred years later, despite the many adversities, the Venice Biennale (with a new status) continues its initiatives in more traditional sectors (cinema, theatre, music and Visual Arts) and in those, most advanced, of the mass media, of arttapes and of video art.