posted in

Birgit Kos, Venice, American Vogue, 2017

Venice today also boasts an expanding scene of young artists, borne from a city that continues to reinvent. The city once described by Truman Capote as “eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs all in one go” is home to different dynasties. Both the Arrivabene and Brandolini clans have forged fresh paths in recent decades. The three sons of the long-standing Brandolini clan, Guido, Marcantonio, and Gioacchino now span the industries of art, design and viticulture, revitalizing each for a new audience.