22.09.2010 -

2010 REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO Pavilion : Architecture in the small state. Palazzo Zorzi - Venice, Italy. 28 August - 21 November 2010

© Pino MusiWorld Trade Center, Norman Foster, 1999-2004

A national participation to the Venice Biennale Architecture 2010 hosted by UNESCO. Inauguration : 28 August 2010 at 11:30 am. Opening days : 28 August - 21 November 2010

Within its particular framework of the activities for the promotion of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue, the UNESCO Venice Office will be hosting the official Pavilion of the Republic of San Marino entitled “Architecture in the small state/San Marino/ Nine photographers for nine forms of architecture”, in the courtyard of Palazzo Zorzi, in Venice, Italy (4930 Castello, 30122) during the 12th International Architecture Exhibition : People meet in architecture directed by Kazuyo Sejima and organized by la Biennale di Venezia.

The International Jury will attribute the following prizes: Golden Lion for best National Participation; Golden Lion for best project in the International Exhibition People meet in Architecture; Silver Lion for a promising young architect in the International Exhibition People meet in Architecture.

Nine renowned photographers will be displaying a collection of the most impressive photos taken from nine different forms of architecture visible in San Marino.

Paesaggi di luce: Alessandro Scotti, Moreno Gentili, Luca Andreoni / Società e architettura: Roberto Marossi, Richard Sympson, Alberto Dedè / Lo spazio del potere: Filippo Romano, Stefano Graziani, Pino Musi

Commissioner: Leo Marino Moranti, Valerio Pradal

Curator: Alberto Bassi

Scientific Committee: Fiorella Bulegato, Alessandra Bosco, Patrizia Ferreri, Sergio Giusti, Giorgio Majno, Maddalena Scimemi, Riccardo Varini

Venue: Palazzo Zorzi Courtyard, UNESCO Venice Office (Castello 4930)

 

Link: http://www.labiennale.org/it/architettura/mostra/partecipazioni-nazionali/partecipazioni.html

UNESCO Contact :

Rosanna Santesso at r.santesso(at)unesco.org




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