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The 59th Venice Biennale: Impressions

La Biennale di Venezia 59th International Art Exhibition The Milk of Dreams Venice (Giardini and Arsenale) 23 April – 27 November 2022 www.labiennale.org   This year’s Biennale opened officially on April 23rd, nearly one year later than planned due to the pandemic, but one month earlier than usual. Certainly, not only the schedule is particular…. (read more)

Biennale di Venezia 2019: Living in interesting times

Biennale Arte 2019 11 May – 24 November 2019 www.labiennale.org The 58th Venice Biennale is titled “May You Live In Interesting Times”, mistakenly interpreted as a Chinese curse, evoking to the opponent a challenging and menacing life. Ralph Rugoff himself assigned the title not only to artworks, which “reflect upon precarious aspects of existence today”,… (read more)

Biennale di Venezia: Concealed, vanished and reappeared

To start the 58th Venice Biennale, the curator Ralph Rugoff, conceals the entrance of the Central Pavilion with clouds of fog by Lara Favaretto (Thinking Head). The vapour makes not only disappear the building, but is also the expression for smoking brains of thinkers in an undisclosed location. Veiling, disappearance as well as making things… (read more)

Biennale di Venezia 2015 – Three female artist participations

After “Three artistic approaches to conditions of labour” and “Artistic views on the world order” we are glancing at three female participations to the 56th International Art Exhibition in Venice. The first view in on “The Probable Trust Registry”. It is the awarded work from Adrian Piper in the Arsenale. Then we move to the… (read more)

Biennale di Venezia 2015: Artistic views on the world order

The 56th Biennale di Venezia under the theme “All the World Futures” curated by Okwui Enwezor closed its doors the 22nd November 2015. Nevertheless, we will continue to reflect about the offered artworks. Since the heart of the central exhibition was the reading of “Das Kapital” by Karl Marx, we focus on the artistic approach… (read more)