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Straight from Venice, the founder of FIRUZZI is in a hurry to share his impressions, the main hits and news about the latest Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art, which was named "The Milk of Dreams" in honour of Leonora Carrington's book. According to the curator, the book describes a miraculous world created by the imagination, through the images of which life itself is redefined and through which it is possible to change and transform. And so the Biennale becomes a kind of journey to the origins of humanity, nature and ourselves.

Interesting fact: for the first time, fewer than 10% of the Biennale's participants are male artists. Most of the works presented this year have been created by women artists.

At the meeting, you will find out whether the artists have managed to rethink the path of development of our civilization; how the work of the subconscious and the world of dreams are connected with works of art; what is the main concept of the exhibition and much more.

The evening will be held in the art space followed by a champagne reception.

Places are limited




Aleksandra Imaikina

Art historian, founder of the FIRUZZI Art and Travel project, art advisor, graduate of Sotheby's Institute of Art, London

St Petersburg

3 July


18:30 - 20:30

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