From the relaxation of the Maranghetto to the artistic effervescence of Venice during the Art Biennale
Venice is always unique and worth a visit in every season, we know. What’s more, in these months the Art Biennale takes place, from 23 April to 7 November, with 30 collateral events and many exhibitions organised by museums and foundations.
If you love the countryside, the sea and tranquillity but don’t want to miss out on a walk through the Biennale, the ideal choice is to stay at our Maranghetto farmhouse, with friends or family.
In fact, you can reach Punta Sabbioni in about 50 minutes by car, and from there you can park and take the vaporetto. Here we are in Venice!
arrival by vaporetto in Venice
The Biennale takes place in two main venues: the Central Pavilion at the Giardini and the Arsenale. Participating are 213 artists from 58 nations, and the title of this edition, curated by Cecilia Alemanni, is “The Milk of Dreams”, based on the book by Leonora Carrington.
At Palazzo Ducale until 29 October there is a major exhibition dedicated to the German artist Anselm Kiefer, also famous for the Seven Heavenly Palaces at Hangar Bicocca in Milan.
Palazzo Grassi until 8 January 2023 presents “open-end”, the solo exhibition of Marlene Dumas, with over 100 works by the South African artist.
And at Punta della Dogana until 27 November there is “Contrapposto Studies“ with video installations by Bruce Nauman.
Come and spend a week in the Agriturismo Maranghetto between countryside, sea and bike rides you will also have the opportunity to visit Venice at the height of its artistic effervescence. Choose the period you prefer and check the availability of our flats