Posts Tagged ‘La Biennale di Venezia’

Venice Biennale // Collateral Exhibitions in Abandoned Palazzi

Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014.

Venice is at its tourism peak in the summer months, and the Biennale – a bit of a misnomer given that the art and architecture events alternate each year – draws a large international crowd. Even two months after the opening, the Arsenale and Giardini exhibition halls are abuzz with visitors…[read on…]

Review // Old Magic and New Futures; Artist Jeremy Deller at the British Pavilion

Jeremy Deller - "We Sit Starving Amidst our Gold", painted by Stuart Sam Hughes, British Pavilion, 2013; courtesy British Council, photo: Cristiano Corte

Article by Ally Bisshop – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jun. 12, 2013.

You don’t need to have witnessed the immolation of Edward Woodward in The Wicker Man to appreciate the grand British shamanic histories alluded to in Jeremy Deller’s English Magic. But, rather than heralding any continuing tradition of mastery and conquest, Deller’s works point to the places where the idea of grandeur…[read on…]

SEEN & LOVED: Venice Biennale 2011

Blog Entry and Photographs by Clare Ros in Berlin // Saturday, June 11, 2011
Last week I attended the opening of the 54th International Art Exhibition ILLUMInations of the Venice Biennale, directed by art historian and critic…[view all images…]