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The Venice Biennale, Viva Arte Viva: The Pavilions, Part One

Today we spent the majority of our time looking at the Pavilions and we'll be spending much of tomorrow similarly. Overall, there seem to be fewer people visiting the pavilions and Biennale this year—as evidenced by shortened bathroom cues and the ability to get a cup of coffee in less than hour. It's hard, though, to discern the reasons for this. It's not like anyone knows in advance what the shows (or weather) will be like.
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