“In my earliest memories Venice’s colors were different.
The city was more obscure, dramatic, decayed and deeply romantic – simply beautiful.
The atmosphere was more dazzling perhaps, but less poetic.”
Giberto Arrivabene Valenti Gonzaga’s life is viscerally linked to Venice.
His childhood memories, the most beautiful, are those in the rooms of Palazzo Papadopoli, between frescoes of Tiepolo and family affection.
The only son with two sisters…