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Visual arts – May history be with us


Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on show at the Venice Biennale with works by artists that look to the past and discover their roots in order to spead their wings towards the future. An exhibition which reveals new aspirations and prospects and ties with different memories.


At the latest edition of the Venice Biennale of Architecture, in 2012, Brazil had a slogan, Riposatevi (literally, ‘Have a Rest’): an invitation from Lucio Costa to visitors, complete with hammocks and ambient music. It was a ‘longstanding’ invitation, rooted in the country’s history, and could be traced all the way back to 1964.

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Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on show at the Venice Biennale with works by artists that look to the past and discover their roots in order to spead their wings towards the future. An exhibition which reveals new aspirations and prospects and ties with different memories.


At the latest edition of the Venice Biennale of Architecture, in 2012, Brazil had a slogan, Riposatevi (literally, ‘Have a Rest’): an invitation from Lucio Costa to visitors, complete with hammocks and ambient music. It was a ‘longstanding’ invitation, rooted in the country’s history, and could be traced all the way back to 1964.

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