Playing host to La Biennale year after year is no mean feat, but if one city would pull it off, it had to be Venice. What could be a more fitting place for an event of this magnitude than a city which itself is like walking through one giant gallery of beautiful architecture. Having started in the late 1900′s, The Venice Biennale is a veteran of the floating city. It incorporates not only art but music, architecture and dance. With Venice as a backdrop, it’s something truly special and with venues such as The Giardini being used for art exhibitions and films being shown at Palazzo Del Cinema, you just can’t go wrong!
Our tip would be the Rudolf Stingel exhibition at the Palazzo Grassi. For the first time ever an artist has been allowed to take over the whole museum. Swing by and you’ll get to find out why.