Whitewaller offers the insider view on everything Venice Biennale through a new free geo social mobile app launching May 5 through November 2015.
Whitewaller app users can read about and map the biennales pavilions, exhibitions, and events, and link to Venice’s finest hotels, restaurants, and bars. Users also get the inside scoop on the city from 2013 Venice Biennale curator Massimiliano Gioni, restaurateur Guiseppe Cipriani, Guggenheim director Philip Rylands, U.S. representing artist Joan Jonas, and many more. Whitewaller founder Michael Klug explained, “Nowadays, art fairs are layered with so many different activities in locations all over of the host city, that it becomes impossible to know what to attend, how to get there, and who to meet. Whitewaller offers a curated selection of key activities, and has proven to be a highly sought-after resource for VIPs and the interested public attending the fair.”
Whitewaller’s curated content gives users unique access to the global art fair and biennale circuit as it happens. Its sleek and elegant design created by New York-based creative agency Harley & Company lends itself to practical yet stylish art fair and biennale navigation. In 2015, Whitewaller is offering dedicated coverage during Frieze New York, Art Basel, Basel, EXPOChicago, Fiac Paris, Art Basel Miami Beach, and more.
Whitewaller is available for free download at the Apple Store. Search Whitewaller.