é provavelmente a melhor cobertura
a crítica do New York Times nyt
"That Unruly, Serendipitous Show in Venice" by MICHAEL KIMMELMAN
Much of this biennale murmurs, it doesn’t shout. I doubt this fair will be recalled as groundbreaking or dynamic, but it is an independent show, strong in its convictions.
"VENICE, June 13 — After the artists, dealers, critics and hedge-fund guys jetted off last weekend to shop in Basel and check out Documenta in Germany, it became easier to tell whether the 52nd version of the Venice Biennale was as much of a bore as it seemed. It’s not. It’s subtle and sober. And, well, yes, maybe it’s just a little boring.
But it grows on you. It did on me, anyway. Aside, of course, from the simple fact that it’s in this ancient paradise of sun, honeysuckle and stone (passing disappointments of art somehow invariably wafting away on sea breezes), what’s always glorious about this oldest of the international festivals is its unruliness. There is never just one biennale but many of them, all mixed up, and you’re free to like or kvetch about any or all." (...)
e nos nyt blogs (parte substancial da informação dos grandes orgãos passa agora pelos seus blogs)
...lá aparece o itinerante artista romeno um bobo da corte / un farceur de cour pour ce royaume vaste / a court jester for this far-flung kingdom of art)
+ as fotos - slide show - de Librado Romero/ The New York Times (e a última é a melhor)