After years of hearing about the unequivocal Biennale, I finally made it. I could write pages about it and the art (good bad ugly as always) but I’d summarize the lesson for me as:
As vast as the world is, as strange as cultures may seem in their habits and rituals—the outward ways in which they present who they are—inward, we are all just fighting the human condition in the best way we each know how. So forgive people more and judge them less. Because everything going on outside might look different, frightening, strange to us, but everything going on inside might be more similar than we would like to believe.
Man, I am so grateful I randomly took art history. Roger Hull and those classes have become integral to who I am and how I see the world.
Shot on an #iPhone6s because I do not know how to take DSLR selfies gracefully.
La Biennale di Venezia