Manifesta 12 Palermo consists of more than 40 newly commissioned projects, public interventions, and performances held in various venues spread around Palermo’s neighbourhoods. Manifesta 12 Tickets allow visitors to discover ground-breaking projects inspired by the Manifesta 12 Palermo curatorial concept The Planetary Garden.Cultivating Co-existence, many of which are visible in public spaces and no ticket is needed.
Manifesta 12 Palermo offers the following types of tickets:
Local Season Pass: 10 €
Only for residents of Sicily. It grants unrestricted admission to all the biennial’s venues until 4 November 2018.
Family Season Pass: 20 €
Only for residents of Sicily. It grants unrestricted admission to 2 adults and a maximum of 3 children up to the age of 17 to all the biennial’s venues until 4 November 2018.
1-Day Ticket: 15 €
It grants unrestricted admission to all the biennial’s venues for one day only.
3-Day Ticket: 25 €
3-Day Ticket is valid for 3 consecutive days entitling to multiple visits to all the biennial’s venues.
Family 1-Day Ticket: 30 €
For 2 adults and a maximum of 3 children up to the age of 17. It grants unrestricted admission to all the biennial’s venues for one day only.
Please note: Many interventions by Manifesta 12 Participants take place in public spaces. Some of these spaces are: Pizzo Sella where collective Rotor is currently realising its deconstruction project, and ZEN where philosopher Gilles Clément and the landscape designers Coloco are currently working on the creation of a public garden with local residents. To visit and discover these works, a Manifesta 12 ticket is not needed.
Student Pass: 10 €
For all students up to the age of 26 (incl. MA students), it grants unrestricted admission to all the venues of the biennial
until 4 November 2018.
Guided Tours with Manifesta 12 Gardeners
Share a unique experience with your friends, family, or colleagues: a personalised and in-depth introduction of the biennial’s venues with a Manifesta 12 Gardener.
Guided tours are available for groups of 1 up to 16 people, and cost 50 € per group. They can be conducted in different languages and last around 90 minutes. We strongly suggest to book your tour in advance at the link below:
For further information please contact the Manifesta 12 Department of Education:
Manifesta 12 Palermo:
The Planetary Garden. Cultivating Coexistence
Gardens are places where diverse forms of life mix and adapt to co-exist. They allow for cross-pollination based on encounter. In 1997, French Botanist Gilles Clément described the world as a “planetary garden” with humanity in charge of being its gardener. Twenty years later, Manifesta 12 Palermo revisits the metaphor of the “garden”, not as a space for humans to take control, but rather as a site where “gardeners” recognise their dependency on other species, and respond to climate, time, or an array of social factors, in a shared responsibility.
“The Planetary Garden. Cultivating Coexistence” hosts 3 main sections, each touching on key topics of the concept: Garden of Flows, Out of Control Room, City on Stage. Click on the buttons below to discover more.
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