59th Venice Biennale

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Hettie Judah on five spirit mediums, political agitators, self-taught outsiders or surrealists that ‘bite back’ in Cecilia Alemani’s Venice exhibition

BY Hettie Judah | 13 APR 22

The frieze editors select the projects they are most looking forward to at the National Pavilions

BY frieze | 13 APR 22

The frieze team selects the projects they are most looking forward to at the Giardini’s Central Pavilion and the Arsenale

BY frieze | 12 APR 22

Featured in this year’s Venice Biennale, the artist zooms in on Singapore and Venice, two ports of the publishing world

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 12 APR 22

The frieze team selects the projects they are most looking forward to at the Giardini’s Central Pavilion and the Arsenale

BY frieze | 11 APR 22

Barbara Casavecchia interviews the four finalists of Venice’s new College Arte programme

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 06 APR 22

The Austrian artist Wolfgang Zinggl looks back on his social practice collective’s project for the 1999 Venice Biennale

BY Wolfgang Zinggl | 04 APR 22

Im Vorfeld von Maria Eichhorns Beitrag für den deutschen Pavillon stellt Adam Szymczyk Überlegungen hinsichtlich der Frage an, in welcher Form die Künstlerin das Thema Zugänglichkeit aufgreifen wird – angesichts einer Welt, die um den Begriff der Grenze herum organisiert ist.

BY Adam Szymczyk | 30 MAR 22

Elvia Wilk on the artist’s understated and poignant series ‘Children’s Games’ (1999-ongoing)

BY Elvia Wilk | 30 MAR 22

Avram Finkelstein looks back on Gran Fury’s contribution to the 1990 Venice Biennale, The Pope and the Penis, and considers how the immediacy of social media might have impacted the AIDS activist collective

BY Avram Finkelstein | 28 MAR 22

With the spotlight at the Venice Biennale falling all-too-often on the 30 national pavilions in the Giardini, writer Jennifer Higgie asks whether this 19th-century format still makes sense

BY Jennifer Higgie | 23 MAR 22

Ahead of Bopape's presentation at TBA21–Academy's Ocean Space in Venice, Eric Otieno Sumba reflects on the artist’s relationship with the sea

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 23 MAR 22

Writer Thea Hawlin on Giulia Cenci’s dark installations, where the past, present and future converge

BY Thea Hawlin | 23 MAR 22

Francesco Tenaglia speculates on whether performance will have a repeat victory at this year’s Biennale

BY Francesco Tenaglia | 23 MAR 22

Fernanda Brenner on the artist's uncanny and transgressive films

BY Fernanda Brenner | 23 MAR 22

To celebrate Alberta Whittle representing Scotland at the Venice Biennale, Frieze revisits the artist’s commission for the 2020 Frieze Artist Award

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