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(May) We All Live in Interesting Times

“May You Live in Interesting Times,” the title of the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale, is said to be an ancient Chinese curse, though none of the Chinese here at the Biennale, at least those I have met, seem to have any inkling where this comes from.

Mary Lee Wan Ling | 9.9.2019 | art., exhibition.

Ciao! 鄰居們的晾衣服日常

威尼斯的大街小巷,與香港截然不同的鄰里氣氛。
Ice Wong Kei Suet | 18.6.2019 | art., exhibition., lifestyle.

My stories and working experience in La Biennale di Venezia 2019

After staying in Venice for a month, I have concluded a few points based on my working experience and stories during the internship period.  

Cherry Chan | 29.5.2019 | art., exhibition.

Celebrate like a Venetian!

Traveling in Venice during its annual Carnival definitely has all the captivating charm, but be prepared to jam in the narrow streets and squares in the week-long events

Emily Ng | 16.1.2018 |

Funny Episodes in the Pavilion: Our Lovely Visitors

Half of the internship has quickly passed. Besides the repetition of work and daily life, simultaneously there were some interesting and funny episodes which happened with the visitors, highlighted our days in the venue.

 

Elly Wan | 10.10.2017 | art.

To see Venice in a grain of sand

“To see a world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.” William Blake, Auguries of Innocence.

Priscilla Kong | 24.8.2017 | art.