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​​​​​​​​​​​​Alessandra Pozzi​​
I live and work in Milan. 
I'm a journalist, press officer and Professor of Art Communication, department of Cultural Heritage (Milan, University). In 2014, I foundet with my sister Patrizia Pozzi, Landscape architect, ​​​​​​MILANO GREEN POINT, Center for the culture and divulgation of contemporary landscape design. My passions are art, design, architecture, museums, books, music, tourism and also non-profit. 

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From May 11th to November 24th 2019 (Pre-opening on May 8th, 9th, 10th) 
At the Giardini and the Arsenale, as well as around other venues in Venice.

​The 58th International Art Exhibition will be titled May You Live In Interesting Times, a phrase of English invention that has long been mistakenly cited as an ancient Chinese curse that invokes periods of uncertainty, crisis and turmoil; "interesting times", exactly as the ones we live in today.

Official website of the Biennale Arte 2019: 
Official hashtags: #BiennaleArte2019  #MayYouLiveInInterestingTimes

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The President of La Biennale di Venezia, Paolo Baratta, and the curator of the 58th International Art Exhibition, Ralph Rugoff

Lodi ​​​​​(ITALY)

The artist Giuliano Mauri died at the age of just 71 on 29th May, 2009 leaving behind several unfinished projects. A few years ago, his family decided to do their best to make at least one of his last wishes, a “Cattedrale Vegetale” for his town, a project which was immediately taken up the Municipality.
Over the years, following several changes within the city councils, not to mention the pressing need to clean and reclaim the area on which the Cathedral stands, its construction has suffered a series of unfortunate delays.  
On 20th October 2016, the wooden structure of the “Cattedrale Vegetale” designed by Giuliano Mauri, the Art-in-Nature artist died in 2009,  was completed. 
In November 2016, after the commissioning of the work safety, the sponsors and the city administration began the construction of the Cathedral getting 108 oak trees - 60 cm high, planted inside the wooden columns that make up the 5 naves.


© 2017  Archivio Giuliano Mauri | Foto di Alessandro Cappella


© 2017  Archivio Giuliano Mauri | Foto di Cristiano Guida    

 2017  Archivio Giuliano Mauri | Foto di Cristiano Guida