This morning we set out for the Arsenale, the second major site of the Biennale. It was here that Venice’s maritime fleet was built and, as such, is a symbol for her economic, political and military power. Over 50,000 square meters are devoted to exhibition space.

Video, sound installations, photography, sculpture, painting, ceramics, film — there was something for everyone.

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We had dinner at Le Piramidi again. Tonight’s menu offered pasta, pizza and a contorni (vegetable side dish). We also shared a few tiramisu at the end…