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In this issue we have an extremely eclectic content mix, and I do hope you enjoy reading it and discovering some little known facts about the wonderful world of art.
Our features include one on Mondrian by Alexander Adams and coverage of the Venice Biennale by Basia Sliwinska and Michael Fornalczyk. Alexander, who reviews two books on the Dutch master Mondrian, tells us what to many may be a surprising fact that ‘We think of Mondrian’s classic grid paintings as the epitome of his art, yet they occupy less than half of a career that spanned 56 years’. Basia Sliwinska and Michal Fornalczyk visited the Venice Biennale and tell us that ‘When the first exhibition opened 120 years ago, there were no national pavilions. Now, 88 national participations present artistic work and initiatives to the public across the Giardini and the Arsenale, and in Venice itself.’...