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‘The Milk of Dreams’ – The 59th Venice Art Biennale
The curator of the 59th Venice Art Biennale, Cecilia Alemani (born 1977 in Milan), lives with her family in New York. Like her husband, Massimiliano Gioni, she is an art director and currently curates exhibitions in New York, where she has led the brilliant High Line Art program since 2011. At the same time, also in New York, she has broadened her experience in artwork for public and unusual spaces, both commissioning and producing.

The 2022 Venice Biennale involved many female artists from all over the world. Between the Central Pavilion, the Giardini and the Arsenale, more than 213 women artists from 58 countries exhibited about 1,500 works of art and 80 new productions. Certainly the Covid-19 pandemic hindered the preparation of the exhibition, but Alemani was able to guarantee the necessary contacts with the artists through visits and video conferencing.

She succeeded in winning over to her project artists interested in “expressing in the language of abstraction their reflections on screens, skin, technical devices and all the possible membranes that connect us and the world,” as she stated in conversation with the German art critic Heinz-Norbert Jocks.
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