Anyone reading this blog might think I’ve done nothing but art in Venice. Not so. I’ve been on a cycle ride with grandchildren (on the mainland), eaten ice creams, swum in the Adriatic, eaten great food, bought breakfast, travelled around the lagoon, played the piano, made paper doilies, drunk a lot of wine, the list is endless. Maybe I’ll do a post about all that next. Meanwhile I’m trying to keep up with the art: this is another exhibition I saw yesterday, after the Koreans. I’ve liked some of Sean Scully’s prints, but not so much his paintings, but I love these. They are so Venetian and so site specific it’s almost as though he made them in the Palazzo itself. Which is why I’ve chosen to photograph them in their surroundings, and not just as individual pictures. Here are some of them.