City officials are introducing a new fee to visit Venice and its islands, a move, they hope, will limit tourists.
An $11 million project is underway to restore three decaying synagogues and preserve the city’s history of harboring European Jews.
Russia’s invasion complicated well-laid plans. But, despite the odds, Ukraine will present work at the international art showcase in Venice.
“What I ask myself all the time is, ‘What is a man?’” says Edoardo Beniamin, a trans man training to join his father’s profession as a gondolier.
The acclaimed sculptor holds court at the U.S. Pavilion in the Venice Biennale, where she explores the burden of colonial histories and the promise of Black feminism. She begins by thatching the roof.
The city will replace the glass on Santiago Calatrava’s footbridge across the Grand Canal with stone after too many pedestrians fell.
Can cellphone data and surveillance cameras help restore the city’s old-world charm, or just destroy what magic remains?
This 39-foot-long instrument, built by local artisans and carrying musicians performing a live concert, sets a course for the future.
The lack of tourists during the pandemic may have made the city more livable, but empty streets don’t buy jewelry.
The G20 gathering begins a crucial stretch in yearslong negotiations.
Though environmental groups praised the decision to detour big ships outside the fragile area, they are concerned about plans to temporarily dock them at Marghera, the lagoon’s industrial hub.
Six travel workers, from a cruise ship crewmember in Manila to a tour bus driver in East Jerusalem, share how the prolonged shutdown has upended their lives.
The first major international movie event since the coronavirus pandemic began drew to a close and handed out its biggest award.
Strict measures are in place at the first major international movie event since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Skye McAlpine has made a name for herself serving bountiful meals to large groups of friends. During lockdown, she’s discovered the joy of cooking for just one or two.
The 77th festival promises to be a landmark in the reopening of the movie business — even with a reduced schedule, distancing measures and new outdoor screening sites.
This is a very strange, subdued summer for a country with an economy that relies heavily on tourism and merrymaking. But E.U. aid is on the way.
The pandemic crushed the tourism industry in Venice and other overtouristed cities. But many see this as an opportunity to rethink a “tourism monoculture.”
Can a city whose history and culture drew tens of millions of visitors a year reinvent itself? The coronavirus may give it a chance to try.
A data-driven media installation, created to reflect marine conditions around the world, has altered with the slowing human activity.
The videos of deer and elephants, whether or not they’re real, speak to a budding hope: that the pandemic might change society, and us, for the better.