Venice Biennale
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At the 52nd Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art we visit the First Roma Pavilion, Paradise Lost, the first contemporary show representing a selection of Romani artists. This is a very special event for Romani art and its recognition as a part of Europe’s cultural past, present and future. The importance of the Roma Pavilion also lies in challenging the Venice Biennale’s concept of national pavilions, or on the importance of building bridges among the nations in a new Europe. In the incredible setting of one of the world’s most exclusive contemporary art events, we stroll through the exhibition on the big day of its high-profile opening, meet the artists, the organizers and famous financier and philanthropist George Soros.