Can Natascha Süder Happelmann succeed in doing away with national ‘representation’ altogether?
Ahead of representing Canada at the 58th Venice Biennale, the director discusses his 30-year career making films about Inuit life
To address the ‘interesting times’ alluded to in the title of the 58th Venice Biennale, we must challenge the language we use to describe them
The artist represents the US at this year’s Venice Biennale
Barbara Casavecchia talks to the show’s curator, Milovan Farronato
Can Ralph Rugoff’s ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ exhibition address histories of narrow nationalism, fascism, and empire head-on?
Q: What do you like the look of? A: A clear bright sky in the morning
The performances have been devised in collaboration with Delfina Foundation’s Aaron Cezar
Artists Ane Graff, Ingela Ihrman and nabbteeri will test the fraught relationship between human and non-human species
‘May You Live In Interesting Times’ will be the first ever biennale exhibition in which 50% of artists are female.
The artwork on the Venice waterfront will serve as a reminder that the city’s waterways could soon endanger its existence
At an extraordinary press conference yesterday, some key clues were given away as to what to expect from the artist at Venice
After months of speculation, Puryear has been chosen for the US pavilion, organized by the Madison Square Park Conservancy
Trump’s State Department is more than 3 months late in announcing its national pavilion – testament to the chaos engulfing the administration
In further news: Brexit voters avoid arts; New York libraries’s culture pass unlocks museums; Grayson Perry-backed artists’s housing wins approval
She is the third female artist in a row chosen for the Great Britain pavilion
In further news: documenta artists protest ‘profit-above-everything’ motive; Monir Museum opens in Tehran; Beijing artist on the run over eviction footage
A brief history of the Venice Biennale
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