With a wood panelled interior and romantic low light, this restaurant exudes the type of atmosphere you imagine of a high seas luxury cruise or train travel in the 1920s. The waiters are officiously attentive, the food incredibly tasty and fresh and the experience one not to be missed in Venice. Located near the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, you cross a small bridge and enter directly into the front door of this cosy eatery. Great spot for an authentic Venetian meal and opportunity to dine in a rather special canal-side interior.
Award-winning multi-disciplinary artist and commercials director.
Patrick Fileti's ambition to create purposeful & emotionally charged content is rooted in his belief that images speak to the soul of the viewer. His work is shaped by a passion for beauty, thought-provoking imagery and an intimate character. Fileti's ability to work intuitively with actors and real people alike to evoke heartfelt performances is key to the success of his work.
His versatility as a director has seen him create award winning commercials for brands such as Canon, Samsung, Vodafone and Lexus. Notably his campaign for Coca Cola was awarded three Gold, two Silver and four Bronze at the Cannes Advertising Awards.
In 2011 Fileti co-founded the art collective Archrival, to create unique installation works for exhibitions such as the Venice International Biennale, Sydney Art Month, Art & About and Sydney Fringe Festival.
British born artist Caroline Collom now lives and works in Sydney after a number of years in Melbourne. Collom's paintings hope to expose an inward and outward trajectory of multiple forms through intersecting planes that reveal subtle differences in the illusion of depth. This engages physical interaction as the viewer moves in and out of the work to look for the detail.
Collom proposes to create a space that holds and dominates the room through the means of colour, line and shape.
Clare Press is a Sydney-based writer, podcaster and fashion editor. Her book "Wardrobe Crisis, How We Went From Sunday Best to Fast Fashion" explores how the fashion system evolved, and its impacts on people and planet.