59th Venice Biennale

Alberta Whittle, Purebred Monkel, Installation view  at the Scottish pavilion in the 59th Venice biennale

Venice Biennale

Unpacking the Milk of Dreams

Mia Harrison on how the exhibition became a platform for womxn artists to articulate, build, and contextualize their individual and collective dreams.

Acaye Kerunen. Installation view of the Uganda Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale. Photo: C&

59th Venice Biennale

What a Uganda Pavilion in Venice Means to Ugandans

It has received a special mention for its inaugural pavilion in Venice, yet Uganda’s global art venture has just begun, writes author Gloria Kiconco.

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Why the Venice Biennale Model Is Obsolete

With the national pavilion model, the Venice Biennale masquerades provincialism as worldliness. And it’s Global South artists who pay the price.

Zineb Sedira, Les rêves n'ont pas de titre/ Dreams have no titles, 2022. Installation view of the France Pavilion at 59th Venice Biennale. Photo: C&

Installation View: 59th Venice Biennale

Pavilions of France, Great Britain, Uganda and USA

Find some impressions of the pavilions and artists' work that have been honored at the 59th Venice Biennale here.

The Milk of Dreams at Central Pavilion, Pavilions of Brasil, Suisse, South Africa and Ghana

Installation View: 59th Venice Biennale

The Milk of Dreams at Central Pavilion, Pavilions of Brasil, Suisse, South Africa and Ghana

Here we share some installation views of the art work we spotted during the opening week at the Pavilions of the 59th Venice Biennale.

The Milk of Dreams at Arsenale, Pavilion of Zimbabwe and Ocean Space

Installation View: 59th Venice Biennale

The Milk of Dreams at Arsenale, Pavilion of Zimbabwe and Ocean Space

Here are some installation views of the 59th Venice Biennale taking place from 23 April to 27 November 2022 curated by Cecilia Alemani.

Sonia Boyce. Photo: Sarah Weal.

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Sonia Boyce Represents UK in Venice

Being the first Black woman to represent Britain, Boyce’s will show a multi-media installation comprising video, sound, wallpaper and sculptures.

Open Letter: “Not Our Namibian Pavilion”

59th Venice Biennale 2022

Open Letter: “Not Our Namibian Pavilion”

We are sharing the open letter by artists and organizations in Namibia, expressing their concern about the National Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

RENN, “Heading for 1 – big gathering” Number 27, desert stone and steel rod, h.150cm.

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Namibian Pavilion Debuts at 59th Venice Biennale

The National Pavilion of Namibia announces a Land Art project curated by Marco Furio Ferrario.

Venice Biennale 2022 Reveals Artist List

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Venice Biennale 2022 Reveals Artist List

In the main exhibition "The Milk of Dreams”, curator Cecilia Alemani invited 213 artists to present their work from April 23 to November 27.

 


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