The National Pavilion of Namibia announces a Land Art project curated by Marco Furio Ferrario.
RENN, “Heading for 1 – big gathering” Number 27, desert stone and steel rod, h.150cm.
The National Pavilion of Namibia announces their first presence in Venice with “A Bridge to the Desert”. Curated by Marco Furio Ferrario, the exhibition is a Land Art project consisting of a series of sculptures made of desert stones and iron rods.
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