Issue 242

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To address the continent’s lack of representation on the world stage, the Biennale should look to festivals like Nigeria’s FESTAC ’77

BY Eric Otieno Sumba |

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

Dare Turner talks with Jeffrey Gibson, Archie Moore and Inuuteq Storch about working within the settler colonial framework of American, Australian and Danish pavilions

We discuss the challenges of representing the UK at the Venice Biennale with the artist in his north London studio

BY Vanessa Peterson |

A renowned novelist wanders the city's streets, immersed in its cultural offerings with one rule: no idling

BY Colm Tóibín |

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 |

To honour the artist's Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the Venice Biennale, Simon Wu reflect on her long-standing poster series

BY Simon Wu |

A look at the artists and activist groups caring for the social ecologies of the city

BY Francesca Tarocco |

Representing the UAE at the Biennale, the artist is considered a founding member of the Emirati avant-garde of the 1980s and ’90s

BY Rahel Aima |

The artist representing Ireland at the Venice Biennale discusses songs that subverts the country’s history of linguistic oppression

BY Eimear Walshe |

The photographer curates the perfect soundtrack for exploring Venice during the 60th edition of the Biennale

BY Eric Scaggiante |

Inspired by artist and activist Palle Nielsen, over 30 artists and collectives unite for ‘A Model’ at MUDAM, Luxembourg, to challenge the role of institutions in contemporary society

BY Max L. Feldman |

Assembled by an all-Thai curatorial team, the third Thailand Biennale brilliantly exhibits the rich cultural milieu of the country’s Golden Triangle, near Laos and Myanmar

BY Vipash Purichanont |

A survey of the artist's expansive career in Antwerp invites audiences into a surreal realm populated by everything from Ken dolls to enormous golden chicks

BY Ren Ebel |

At EXILE in Vienna, the artist explores the consequences of an overproducing world on the brink of environmental collapse

BY Ramona Heinlein |

A new exhibition in Nottingham reveals the often unseen aspects of the photographic process

BY Reuben Esien |

At Kunstverein München, a new film by the artist explores the use of aerial photography as propaganda during the National Socialist Regime

BY Gabriela Acha |

At Esther Schipper, Berlin, the artist’s self-portraits display a tension between concealment and revelation

BY Louisa Elderton |

At Bally Foundation, Lugano, the artist uses dance as a way to move beyond loss

BY Talia Kwartler |