Venice Biennale 2017: The best of

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Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Takahiro Iwasaki reflection model Ship of Theseus- Pavilion Japan
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Lorenzo Quinn
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Sokari Douglass Camp-Africa overview ‘African art’ at the Venice Biennale 2017
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
China Pavilion Venice Art Biennale 2017
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Claudia Fontes: The Horse Problem sculpture at Argentina Pavilion Venice Art Biennale 2017
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
River Pool by Otto Vincze at Venice Biennale 2017
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Michel Blazy at venice Biennale 2017
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Michel Blazy at venice Biennale 2017
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
The British Council presented ‘folly’ – a sculptural installation by Phyllida Barlow which explores abstract and densely-packed forms which dominate the space.
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Tel-Aviv-based artist Gal Weinstein has created for the Israeli pavilion a site-specific installation that explores the human desire to stop time.
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Anne Imhof has designed the German Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale 2017.
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Erwin Wurm and Brigitte Kowanz are representing the Austrian Pavilion at the Vvenice Art Biennale 2017.
Venice Biennale 2017: The best of
Tsai Wei Cheng at Venice Biennale 2017- design agenda I Lobo you5
Tsai Wei Cheng at Venica Biennale 2017 representing Taiwan

La Biennale di Venezia or Venice Biennale was founded in 1895 and it is now one of the most famous and prestigious cultural organizations in the world. Paolo Baratta has been its President since 2008 and before that from 1998 to 2001.

La Biennale, who stands at the forefront of research and promotion of new contemporary art trends, organizes exhibitions and research in all its specific sectors: Arts, Architecture, Cinema, Dance, Music, and Theatre. Its history is documented in the Historical Archives of Contemporary Arts (Asac) that recently has been completely renovated.

Since 1998 the Art Biennale and the Architecture Biennale are no longer simply exhibitions organized with the contribution of National Pavilions, but rest instead on three pillars:

  · The exhibitions by National Pavilions, each with its own curator and project
  · The International Exhibition by the Biennale curator, chosen specifically for this task
  · Collateral Events, approved by the Biennale curator
This exhibition model has led to a pluralism of expressions: in order to accommodate them the exhibition spaces have grown for strategic needs, including an ambitious restoration of the Arsenale area which is still going on.
The Art Biennale has been recognised as the world leader in contemporary art exhibitions and the countries participating have increased from 59 (in 1999) to 89 in 2015.
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