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In Conflict

Commissioner: Directorate-General for the Arts
Curators: depA architects
Exhibitors: Alexandre Alves Costa, Alexandre Dias, Álvaro Siza, Ana Jara, Ana Luísa Rodrigues, Anna Puigjaner, António Brito Guterres, Artéria, Ateliermob, Barbas Lopes Arquitectos, Bruno Silvestre, Carlos Castanheira, Cerejeira Fontes Architects, Charles Cossement, Colectivo Wharehouse, Eduardo Coimbra de Brito, Egas José Vieira, Fernanda Fragateiro, Fernando Seabra-Santos, Francisco da Conceição Silva, Francisco Pereira, Frederico Eça, Gil Cardoso, Habitar Porto, Inês Beleza de Azevedo, João Archer de Carvalho, João Figueira, João Pernão, João Siopa Alves, Jorge Carvalho, José Barra, José Gigante, José Lobo Almeida, José Miguel Rodrigues, José Neves, José Santa Bárbara, José Veloso, Laboratório de Habitação Básica (LAHB), Luís Mendes, Luís Miguel Fareleira, Luís Spranger, Manuel Graça Dias + Egas Vieira Arquitectos, Manuel Nunes de Almeida, Manuel Teles, Margarida Carvalho, Maria Vale, merooficina, Moisés Puente, Nuno Valentim, Paulo Moreira, Pedro Bandeira, Pedro Brígida, Rita Dourado, Rogério Ramos, Sérgio Fernandez, Sofia Augusto, Tiago Baptista, Vítor Figueiredo

Venue: Fondazione Ugo e Olga Levi Onlus, Palazzo Giustinian Lolin, San Marco 2893

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City and Territory as collective constructions are the primary arena of conflict, understood as the action of opposing forces translated as dissension. This condition, implicit in a pluralistic democratic space, shapes architectural production. In Conflict responds directly to the question How will we live together?, by learning from processes that question the issue of dwelling in its physical and social dimensions, and where conflict plays a crucial role. Public resilience and reflection transform these processes, which are still stirring, into valuable learning moments, to better understand architecture’s transformative and political power.

Biennale Sneak Peek

Image 1 – How will we live together?
Public resilience and reflection transform architectural processes into valuable learning moments.
Photo: Nelson d’Aires


Image 2 – Sneak peek of the project
Alongside the exhibition, the androne of Palazzo Giustinian Lolin, on the Grand Canal, will host multidisciplinary round table debates which will expand public discussion around architecture’s transformative and political power.
Photo: depA architects

Venezia, San Marco 2893
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