Tag : Venice

Fined €500 For Sitting Somewhere You Shouldn’t

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

When you think of Venice, images that immediately spring to mind are the beautiful canals, picturesque buildings, and countless gondolas. What you don’t tend to think of are the 60,000 people who are visiting daily, along with the congested streets and pressing environmental issues which Venice is currently facing. So, … Read More

Postcards from Abroad: Venice, Italy

3 years ago / 0 comments

Delilah is a third year student of English Literature studying in Venice, who now seems to spend the majority of her time reading books on boats and trying to communicate in horrific attempts at Italian. It is yet to be said whether she will ever start to use maps effectively, … Read More

Art | Ian Kiaer: Tooth House – challenging canonised standards of how we view Art

5 years ago / 0 comments

This spring the Henry Moore institute presents Ian Kiaer’s Tooth House, an insight into the surreal world of Kiaer as he subtly challenges the art institutions canonised standards of how we view Art. Having previously exhibited at the international Venice and Berlin Biennale Kiaer has established himself as a notable … Read More