60th venice biennale

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The British Pavilion Artist 2024 talks about his work for the 60th Venice Biennale and how support from Frieze enabled it to be realized in its full glory  

BY John Akomfrah |

The artist has turned Punta della Dogana in Venice into a world of autonomous AI installations and isolated marine creatures

BY Sean Burns |

MADEYOULOOK’s journey to Venice stems from a decade-long social practice dedicated to advocating for Indigenous land rights.

BY Edna Bonhomme |

From Yuko Mohri’s delicate musical sculptures to Kapwani Kiwanga’s brilliant beadwork which acts as a meditation on the history of global trade

BY frieze |

The most successful off-site Biennale projects this year respond to the spirit and politics of our current moment

BY Vanessa Peterson |

A textile- and painting-heavy edition of the Venice Biennale follows a tried and tested method of curation

BY Chloe Stead |

We spoke with the artists representing Japan and South Korea about their Venice exhibitions and the obsolescence of national divisions

At the Venice Biennale, the artist explores shifting her artistic focus as Saudi women embrace new opportunities amid the easing of gender-based restrictions

BY Gouri Sharma |

Adriano Pedrosa’s biennial raises essential questions about representation in the art world, but unfortunately, it feels disjointed

BY Sean Burns |

This year’s fair will feature artists currently in the spotlight in Venice across the Arsenale, Giardini and offsite spaces, including Alex Katz, Julien Creuzet, Beatriz Milhazes and Pacita Abad

From Julien Creuzet’s multimedia mastery to Kapwani Kiwanga’s beaded presentation, a tapestry of sensory experiences permeates the Venice Biennale 2024

BY Terence Trouillot |

From an especially weak German pavilion to Yuko Mohri’s orchestra of rotting fruit, sensuality – and history – take centre stage at the Venice Biennale 2024

BY Andrew Durbin |

The curator discusses the themes of the Venice exhibition and explains why ‘hardcore African feminism’ is vital for societal progress

BY Azu Nwagbogu AND Angel Lambo |

The exuberant history of resistance by the Disability Arts Movement gets a historic review in Venice

BY Jamila Prowse |

Considering this year’s title, ‘Foreigners Everywhere', we look back at how artists have addressed entrenched ideas of nationhood with bold, and at times comical, interventions

BY Ivana Cholakova AND Angel Lambo |

The Biennale’s first Latin American curator discusses his ‘mission’ to prioritize the social history of the Global South 

BY Adriano Pedrosa AND Marko Gluhaich |

The Indigenous Brazilian movement brings to life its ancestral musical traditions

BY Ela Bittencourt |

The multi-faceted Nordic Pavilion is a nautical Gesamtkunstwerk about language, translation and how it functions in the globalized world

BY Charlene K. Lau |

The frieze team selects the international shows they’re most excited about during this year’s Biennale 

BY frieze |

From Koo Jeong-A’s scented pavilion to Julien Creuzet’s ‘layers of history’, here's what not to miss during this year’s Biennale 

BY frieze |