Venice so far...
Prima Materia @ Palazzo Grassi
Rudolf Stingel @ Punto Della Dogana
carpet installation #1, by far the most extensive and spectacular in scale
painting of Franz West
Ornamentation @ Azerbijan Pavillion
all over carpet installation #2, a carpet covered living room including a tv set, couches, a coffee table and a bookshelf filled with carpet covered books
from the side
from the front (to be viewed through one's camera to flatten perspective)
Denes Farkas, Evident in Advance @ The Estonian Pavilion
I can tell this is one of my favorite pavilions already...books, text, dictionary definitions, and some plants too
Catherine Lorent, Relegation @ The Luxembourg Pavilion
Mladen Miljanovic, The Garden of Delights @ The Bosnia and Herzegovina Pavilion
answers to the question "Dear friend, what would you love or wish to see in the pavilion of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Venice?"...and he's going to hold the marble slab during the opening
Tara Subkoff starring Milla Jovovich, Future/Perfect
a gorgeous garden with a gorgeous supermodel in a box opening boxes...
Spotting J Kosuth not once but twice in different restaurants in the area around the Azerbijan and Ukranian pavilions...so you know where to find him if need be
Party #1 Monday night at Palazzo Peckham
more carpets and all over patterns
by 9:30 there was a full out italo disco dance party and people were really giving it their all, thanks to the peach-rum-slushy drinks
Party #2 outside of Salon of Everything
Party #3 for the Mexican pavilion
not so much dancing at either of these...Palazzo Peckham gets the most points for fun.