Escape the crowds of the Biennale to the Venetian Lagoon's oasis of serene style and native sustenance.
Misha Pinkhasov in Vogue Arabia, June 2018
In Invisible Cities, novelist Italo Calvino describes a meeting arranged by an Arab trader between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan. Like Scheherazade, the Venetian explorer charms the Mongol emperor with story after fantastic story of the cities he’s seen. When the Great Khan asks his guest why he never speaks of his native Venice, Polo answers: “Every time I describe a city, I am saying something about Venice.” . . .