Venice Biennale: Museo Fortuny

Museo Fortuny

Museo Fortuny

The Museo Fortuny isn’t strictly part of the Biennale, but always puts on a fantastic show. This year’s was PROPORTIO, as it sounds, mostly about proportion.  But since proportion in art is a large part of  composition, just about anything fitted the bill. So this was a fascinating collection of mostly minimalist modern art in a beautiful non modern setting. Well done, Fortuny, you’ve done it again, for me, anyway.

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