Venice Biennale

Katja Novitskova, Estonian Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale Katja Novitskova. If Only You Could See What I’ve Seen with Your Eyes
Eleonora Salvi |

The Venice Biennale has been over for a few weeks. What stood out most in this edition curated by Christine Macel? It is widely known that it’s not very easy to be able to combine …

in: Focus on Europe
Adelita Husni-Bey: The Reading (2017) at the Italian Pavilion A Walk Through The Art. Venice Biennale 2017
Matilde Soligno |

    This year’s Venice Biennale – the 57th edition, titled Viva Arte Viva and curated by Christine Macel – is open to the public through Sunday, November 26th, 2017, as usual in several locations in Venezia, but …

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Proportio, Palazzo Fortuny, Venice Biennale Venice Returns to Proportions at Palazzo Fortuny
Arianna Bertolotti |

This is the last weekend if you want to visit the show Proportio at Palazzo Fortuny. The exhibition is the result of the latest collaboration between Alex and Mary Vervoordt Foundation and I Civici Musei …

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Armando Lulaj, NEVER, 2012, Film, Full HD video, duration 22min, b/w, color, sound. Courtesy of DebatikCenter Film, Paolo Maria Deanesi Gallery. Albanian Trilogy: Armando Lulaj at the Venice Biennale
Vincenzo Estremo |

The prolepsis is a figure of speech in which the speaker raises an objection to his own argument and immediately answers in order to anticipate future responses. In the Medieval world – and more precisely …

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Hera Büyüktaşçıyan, Armenity, Venice Biennale Interview with Hera Büyüktaşçıyan on Armenity, Venice Biennale
Eleonora Castagna |

I had the chance to interview my friend Hera Büyüktaşçıyan, who is one of the youngest artists showcased at “Armenity“, the exhibition presented by the Armenian Pavilion, winner of the Golden Lion at the 56th …

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, Venice Biennale 2015 A Walk Through The Art. Venice Biennale 2015
Matilde Soligno |

The Venice Biennale 2015 — 56th International Art Exhibition, titled All The World’s Futures, is curated by Okwui Enwezor and organized by la Biennale di Venezia, chaired by Paolo Baratta. The Art Biennale is open …

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Factory of The Sun, © Hito Steyerl. Courtesy: the artist., German pavilion The Garden of Reality in Venice: The German Pavilion
Vincenzo Estremo |

Venice is always an amazing place. It is awesome to see people getting lost in the calli and canals, fighting over the last tote bag from the Korean pavilion, getting drunk at 11 am with …

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Rossella Biscotti, Arthur Bispo do Rosário, Venice Biennale A Walk Through The Art. Arsenale, Venice Biennale
Matilde Soligno |

NOV 24, 2013– The Venice Biennale closes its 55th edition today. Here’s a photographic walk-through of the Arsenale, with exhibition views of the space and many of the most interesting contemporary artworks. The 55th International …

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Video of Venice Biennale 2013 Video :: Venice Biennale 2013
Manu Buttiglione |

Venice Biennale 2013 by Manuela Buttiglione for Droste Effect magazine. The video is a walk-through the biennial, showing a selection of artworks.

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Akram Zaatari, Letter to a Refusing Pilot (still), 2013. Film and video installation. Courtesy of the artist and Sfeir-Semler Gallery Beirut. Akram Zaatari. Letter To A Refusing Pilot
Vincenzo Estremo |

Sometimes stories can travel through time better than supersonic military aircrafts. This is the case for Letter To A Refusing Pilot by Akram Zaatari. Curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, the exhibition creates a …

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Kimsooja To Breathe : Bottari, 2013 Courtesy ARKO, Arts Council Korea & Kimsooja Studio Thierry Depagne © Kimsooja Studio Kimsooja, To Breathe: Bottari
Vincenzo Estremo |

The notion of bottari (bundle) as a whole and totality as well as the concept of sewing have been core components of Kimsooja’s work for over three decades. Kimsooja has approached the Korean Pavilion’s architecture as …

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OUTSIDE OF THE INTERNET II, 2012, Computer print, edition of 3, 102.4x76.7 cm. edition of 3 Third Internet Pavilion: An interview with curators Francesco Urbano Ragazzi
Vincenzo Estremo |

How is it like working with Miltos Manetas, and how was the idea for the third Internet Pavilion born? Working with Miltos has something in common with gambling. The Internet Pavilion has no ministers, consuls …

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