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Venice, My Muse: An Interview with Andrea Perego

This month you’ll meet another person fascinated with both Venice and Casanova. Andrea Perego is a Berlin-based Italo-Australian journalist and writer.┬áHe lived in Sydney where he worked as a broadcaster journalist for SBS Radio, and in Venice, where he earned … Continue reading

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Casanova Gets Two New Houses

Palazzo Zaguri, which has been under scaffolding for the last few years, is finally reopening–as a museum and exhibit space. It will also have a large library and bookstore. It’s located in Campo San Maurizio, not far from Campo Santo … Continue reading

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Il Pensatore

At Ca’ Pesaro, the other modern art museum besides the Guggenheim, everyone seems to be thinking deeply… And thinking… What are they thinking about? Must be something deep. Or something peaceful? How will we ever know? Perhaps these two have … Continue reading

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