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Three sketches of the national pavilions at the Venice Biennale

An extensive exploration of the Venice Biennale’s sensuous delights and pavilion peculiarities

Architect Christophe Egret challenged 30 participants to capture a pavilion at Venice’s Giardini armed only with a concertina sketchbook and a pen. The AR collaborated with Nigel Coates on Romania (which modesty prevents us showing); but here are (from top) Robert Sakula’s Holland, Alex Mowat’s Venice, and a mystery hand’s rendering included for its dynamic flair.

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