invoking thoughts of women in masks and powdered wigs roaming through the city after attending yet another outrageous masked ball in the 15th century.
Venice, Italy – So Much More Than Glass and Gondolas!
I’d heard Venice was smelly, damp, expensive, sinking and outdated. Well they got that wrong!
OK, maybe it’s sinking, actually it’s tilting and sinking. Yes it’s pricey. However it certainly wasn’t smelly and it was so packed with gorgeous art, stunning architecture, history and irrepressible wow factors that I would have forgiven the city the smell anyway.
Venice is awesome, you arrive at the airport and get the boat, yes boat, from the airport to your hotel.
On the island there are no cars, which is no wonder as the pathways wind adventurously between the high and ancient architecture.
Wow. I know it’s in the eye of the beholder but maybe they went to a different show to the rest of us.
Truly Unique and Unbelievable – Damien Hirst – Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable
I’d first of all like to give FULL credit to all the artists and sculptors and workers who alongside Damien Hirst produced such a unique awe inspiring exhibition. (Actually two, in separate locations in Venice.)
You produced work that truly brought the ‘Wow’ factor, to almost every visitor through the doors.
Whilst being lucky enough to visit Venice, I also had chance to see this exhibition spread over two venues in the city.
A fantastic contrast to all the historic art and culture which packs the city between canals and waterways.
I can’t even contemplate how you achieved it, how you managed to get such huge and outrageous pieces into the country let alone into the galleries.
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