Your Chance to Participate in the 2013 Venice Biennale

Yes, it's that time of year again.

Time to start thinking about The Biennial Project's 2013 Venice Biennale Tour de Force ... seven nights of art,

The Venice Biennale - the world's largest Art Event, opens on June 1st 2013, with press The Biennial Project 2013 Venice Biennale Tour will begin on May 30th - so anyone who is interested in getting a press pass (it's not hard, and we can work with you to help you get one) can have some time to see the exhibits, meet the artists, and go to the insanely-cool pre-opening parties before the Biennale is officially open. With press credentials you also get in free everyday and can get friends in free too!

Here is where we will be staying:

(This residence is the perfect accommodation for a large group of people wishing to stay at the same place while having their own and individual privacy.The location could not be better, just footsteps off Campo San'Angelo, about 10 minutes away from San Marco, Rialto and the Accademia Bridge. of 3 spacious apartments laid out on 4 floors in total.

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Not bad huh?

The cost for this unforgettable trip will be between $ 550 per person and double occupancy for 7 nights.

kind experience with other fascinating artists, and an ability to promote your own work to an international audience.

You do not have to participate in any Biennial Project antics if you are silly enough to prefer not to - but everyone MUST help out with the ridiculously cool party that the group will host - not so terribly unpleasant.

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"Where to start in trying to report back from the first week of a spectacle that represents the art world equivalent of the Super Bowl, Cannes Film Festival, and Mardi Gras rolled up all into one? First, by admitting that this huge city-wide production does undeniably include a fair portion of the narcissistic self-congratulation by pretentious bores and snobs that you imagine that would. Then, by trying to explain that despite All the silly pomp and circumstance, the Venice Biennale is worth it, because of two crucial additional ingredients. One is a heart-breakingly beautiful city that deserves every one of it's endless accolades, and remains deeply intoxicating despite hoards of tourists.

This is a city that is built on art and festival, and is easily up to the challenge of hosting planet earth's biggest art circus.

The second is an intense focus on art and what means art that is not matched anywhere in the world I spent some time with actor friends at a Shakespeare festival. Shakespearean, a friend leaned over and whispered mischievously that "the problem is, now we'll think that Shakespeare matters."

The Venice Biennale is this level of intensity raised a few orders of magnitude, and leaves you feeling that art might possibly be relevant to the role of being human. For an artist, there is nothing like this. We are very lucky indeed.

Anna Salmeron, 2011 Venice Biennale, The Power and the Glory , DigBoston

I have seen my first ineffable sunset and have had the various parts of my anatomy shoved by an indifferent attendant into an impossibly packed vaporetto. indiscriminately happy, wandering around the 'back-behind' of mobbed St. Mark's Square, escaping from the sun and heat and screaming masses of people, who, as Henry James observed a century ago, should immediately leave and let me properly enjoy all this alone, when I happen on the big red "Biennale" pennant outside an old building, church, whatever, and enter, mostly just to get a rest. its architectural bones, former function unrecognizable. I climb the stairs to the loft and settle into a room-sized beanbag, and to I want or expect about 15 minutes of peace. Luckily not to be had ...

... Spectacle, you say? You bet. And I'd see it again. And, what's more, it's stayed with me and resonated this past month as the blockbuster movie has ever been able to do. One other point, about going to Venice. Getting there cost an obscene amount of money and was hard to decide on in these times. For anyone who still contemplates the purchase of, say, that big screen TV or latest i-thing, using the logic that these things are tangible and lasting whereas some vacation will be over in the matter of weeks,

My advice is to go for the real thing, the trip.


"When I look at art, I am unreasonable. I want to revelation Naturally, I am usually disappointed But the Venice exhibition "New Chinese Art After the Cold War" left me exuberant and panting for more I wish you could have been there. "

Shelah Horvitz, Atlantic Works at Venice Biennale , DigBoston

That's all comrades now -

see you in Venice!

The Biennial Project

  • Adam Floyd