Looking for Tim Tate at the Venice Biennale?

Some have been looking for Tim Tate’s sculpture on exhibit at the Venice Bienale (thru November 24, 2013) Tim Tate’s work is on exhibit at the Palazzo Bembo.

The Palazzo Bembo. All that’s missing is James Bond arriving in a gondola.

Tim’s work had been moved within the exhibition – in case you are in Europe and heading out to Venice  – here is a note from the Palazzo to Tim Tate on where the work is and how to get to the Venice pavilion. 

Good Morning from Palazzo Bembo in Venice

We have to inform You that Your piece of art is on the center of our saloon on the Gran Canal , I mean , on the best position that we can offer! We are at the third floor of Palazzo Bembo with the lift and we are always open if the people want to visit your piece of art.

All our client arrive easily to our Palace following this instructions :



·         Directly by private water taxi to the Hotel (the cost is about Euros 110,00 for 2-4 people with luggage, and it takes you 25-30 minutes).

·         With Alilaguna shuttle boat to Rialto Stop. (The cost is Euros 15,00, per person and it takes you 01 hour and 10 minutes).

·         By taxi cab to Piazzale Roma (the cost is about Euros 45,00 and it takes you 20-25 minutes.

·         By land, bus N 5 (the cost is Euros 1.50 per person, and it takes you 25-30 minutes)


·         Directly by water taxi to the Hotel (the cost is Euros 80,00 for 2 people with luggage, and it takes you 15 minutes).

·         By water bus lines N 1or 2 to Rialto (euro 6,50per pax)


·         Directly by private water taxi to the Hotel (the cost is Euros 70,00 for 2 people with luggage, and it takes you 10 minutes).

·         By public water bus n. 1or 2 to Rialto stop (euro 6,50 per pax)


·         You have to take the indications to Venice or Piazzale Roma and Tronchetto.


·         Directly by private water taxi to the Hotel (the cost is Euros 80,00 for 2-4 people, and it takes 15- 20 minutes).

·         By public water bus N 1 or 2 to Rialto (euro 6,50 per pax)

When you get off from the waterbus, opposite you you will see a pink gothic Palace: that is PALAZZO BEMBO. Ring the bell Palazzo Bembo and go up with the lift to the 3rd floor.

Tim Tate & Chris Baer Venice Biennale Exhibit Opens Tonight!

WGS Projects presents Tangents,  a show featuring works by artists Christopher Baer and Tim Tate.  These 2 artists represent a study in contrasts; yet invite investigation into the complicity of their work.  Their work is tangential, yet parallel….both looking deeply below the surface. This compelling show will take place on the 4th floor of the Palazzo Bembo during the Venice Biennale. Opening May 29 through Nov. 24th, 2013; Opening Reception Weds May 29th, 6 – 9pm,Venice, Italy

Left, Christopher Baer;  Right, Tim Tate

Christopher Baer

Working between two studios in Washington D.C. and rural Virginia, contemporary artist Christopher Baer is known for his highly expressive, large-scale mixed-media paintings. His works offer the viewer a glimpse into their process, with previous layers and gestural brushstrokes visible beneath the surface.  Baer emphasizes the boundaries of the canvas by delineating a band along the edge of each painting; each consecutive layer of paint retreats further and further from the border, revealing earlier incarnations of the work.  His long-term series Palisades, named after the part of D.C. where he lives, is a joyful exploration of color, brushwork and line.

Tim Tate

Tim Tate is a Washington, DC native, and has been working with glass as a sculptural medium for the past 25 years. Co-Founder of the Washington Glass School, Tim’s work is in the permanent collections of a number of museums, including the Smithsonian’s American Art Museum, Renwick Gallery and the Mint Museum. He was awarded the title of “Rising Star of the 21st Century” from the Museum of American Glass and was also the recipient of the 2009 Virginia Groot Foundation International award for sculpture. His work has been exhibited at many museums, including the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. He was a 2012 Fulbright Scholar recipient at Sunderland University in England. Working in both video and glass, he is one of the leading artists in the field working with cross over mixed media.