Summer 2013

Rudolf Stingel

Marco Tagliafierro

A photograph of an old kilim was the source for the more than eighty thousand square feet of carpeting with which Rudolf Stingel has covered most of the floor and walls of the Palazzo Grassi. Such carpets are often created to pose enigmas to which their makers allude without giving viewers enough information to solve them, thus keeping open all interpretive possibilities. …

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