THE DISQUIETED MUSES
Until December 8, 2020, the exhibition "Le Muse Inquiete" will be held at the Central Pavilion of the Giardini of the Venice Biennale. La Biennale, on the 125th anniversary of its foundation, will present this exhibition created by the Historical Archive of the Biennale - ASAC
The directors of the six artistic sectors of Art, Cinema, Dance, Music, Theater, Architecture curated the exhibition together for the first time, with the collaboration of Istituto Luce-Cinecittà and Rai Teche. Through the unique sources of the Biennale Archive and other national and international archives, they have selected rare films and works and built research paths that focus on those moments in which the Venetian Institution's past intersected with the events of global history , manifesting and generating institutional fractures, political and ethical crises, but also new creative idioms.
The exhibition is divided into the rooms of the Central Pavilion in an itinerary that crosses the six disciplines: from the Years of Fascism (1928-1945) to the Cold War and the new world orders (1948-1964), from '68 to the biennials of Carlo Ripa di Meana (1974-78), from Postmodernism to the first Architecture Biennale up to the 1990s and the beginning of globalization.
In a period of global instability that only in recent months has seen alternating ecological catastrophes, new pandemics and social revolutions, La Biennale di Venezia stands out as a place for reflection.
The exhibition is open every day from 10.00 to 18.00 except Mondays and December 7th.
The cost of the full ticket is 12 €, Reduced students € 8, Adult group ticket € 10 (min. 10 people). The sale of exhibition tickets is carried out exclusively online. Admission is free for children up to 6 years and those accompanying people with certified disabilities (to be requested 3 days before the visit).
The entrance to the exhibition can only be done with the mask, it is recommended to respect the selected date and time slot and inside the safety distance of one meter from other visitors must be respected.
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