A few days ago, in the morning sun at Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy, I enjoyed a cup of strong, delicious coffee, playing at being a true turist (turists in Venice do pay €12 for a cup of coffee…!), while enjoying the sight of the Basilica and small children chasing doves.
If in Venice, don’t miss out ”Intuition” at Palazzo Fortuny. This beautiful exhibition will be the last in a highly-acclaimed series at the Palazzo Fortuny curated by Axel Vervoordt and Daniela Ferretti, including ”Artempo” (2007), ”Infinitum” (2009), ”TRA” (2011), ”Tàpies. Lo Sguardo dell’artista” (2013) and ”Proportion” (2015). ”Intuition” runs until 26 november 2017.
Venice is a city of art: at the Accademia you can admire newly restored work by Jheronimus Bosch (c. 1450–1516). In all its glory! Such imagination, such skill. And, such magnificent colours!
Here ”St.Anthony”, part of the Hermit Saints Triptyk, by Jheronimus Bosch, detail. Photo copyright Cia Wedin.