Tag Archive: Venice Biennale

Hayward Gallery to reopen with Gursky show

  London’s Hayward Gallery is a part of Southbank Centre. It has a long history in London of presenting work by the world’s most significant artists. After an intensive two-year renovation and moving… Continue reading

Venice Art Biennale: Anne Imhof wins the Golden Lion for “Faust”

  Anne Imhof has won the Golden Lion for best national participation with “Faust” a dark, grunge and gothic five-hour performance and music, staged inside the raised-glass floor of the German pavilion. Barking dogs outside,… Continue reading

Vik Muniz’ work at 56th Venice Biennale

  Lampedusa, by Brazilian superstar Vik Muniz, is a floating installation presented at the 56th Venice Biennale. For this public artwork, Vik Muniz employed his traditional use of unlikely materials and scale manipulation… Continue reading

Sarah Lucas at this year’s Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas, Me Bar Stool, British Pavilion 2015, Photo by Cristiano Corte © British Council

Prada Foundation to open in Milan

Combining seven former industrial structures dating back to the 1910s with three new buildings designed by Rem Koolhaas (who also designed the fashion house’s New York City flagship store), the new Prada art… Continue reading

Tino Sehgal in Athens

  Tino Sehgal will be presenting a new piece in and around the Roman Agora in Athens from 25 September to 28 October 2014. The exhibition, produced by Asad Raza, marks the first time… Continue reading

Graham Fagen selected to represent Scotland and Sarah Lucas to represent UK at the 56th Venice Biennale

While Sarah Lucas has been named the representing artist of the UK pavilion, The Scotland + Venice partnership announced that Graham Fagen has been selected to represent Scotland at the 56th International Art… Continue reading

Edson Chagas

Edson Chagas, “Luanda, Encyclopedic City,” Angolan Pavilion, 55th Venice Biennale wins the golden lion.

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Joana Vasconcelos represents Portugal at the Venice Biennale

  Vasconcelos expands this objective in her piece Trafaria Praia. The work addresses the similarities between the two cities in question: Lisbon and Venice. It examines three specific similarities that the geographical locations share: water,… Continue reading