May you reflect on interesting times – art reflection workshop

Exclusively for the 2019 Biennale, GALLERGRY has devised an art reflection workshop. ‘May you reflect on interesting times’ is an interactive alternative to the guided tours in Venice.

This conscientious experience requires private booking, for up to 8 people.

The ‘pilot’ will join your quest, structure it and function as the clock.

Together you will undertake an in-depth exploration centered around the interaction with contemporary art and members in the group.

The journey begins with meeting your pilot inside the venue of your choosing (Giardini or Arsenale). The pilot will briefly introduce the program and join your group to the art works. Overall, the group will experience 4 close-up encounters. The pilot will assist your exploration, by posing 4 questions:

1. What is here?

2. What does it remind you of?

3. In your opinion, what does it communicate?

4. If you were the maker, what would you have done differently?

The 90-minute adventure will help develop a non-linear understanding of contemporary art and is a wonderful opportunity to get to know one another better.

‘May you reflect on interesting times’ is available upon request, in English, German and Dutch.

You can book the workshop for Giardini, Arsenale or both Biennale venues.

The 1 venue experience charge is €75, both would cost €130 (excluding admission to the exhibition).

Specific preferences of particular artists, pavilions, subjects or art media can be met. Please contact us in advance and the pilot will adapt your personal journey following your wishes, as closely as possible.

For reservations and more information, please email gallergry@gmail.com.

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