Friday, October 7, 2011

Venice Biennale: Ukraine Pavilion Part 2 (San Fantin)

A dark rainy day like today was the perfect time to see Oksana Mas's work in the beautiful (and usually closed) church of San Fantin.

You can read about and see images of other parts of Mas's massive work (including close-ups of the 1,000s of wood eggs that make up the works), as displayed at San Stae, here:


  1. You didn't happen to notice if this will still be open until 27 November, by any chance? (Fingers crossed firmly)

  2. I'm almost certain it will be. After all, as the church is basically condemned it's not like they can use the space for anything else. I seem to recall reading that it's been closed up for some years.