Spread across a dozen venues, with 500 contributors from almost 30 nations, the Biennial aims to draw in a public estranged by politics and two years of pandemic lockdowns.
Sprawling across the Joshua Tree region, nine site-specific works consider the ways in which people have relocated to the desert, destroying what came before them, and cultivating new life.
An international art world that has called persistently for radical socioeconomic change is now faced with it.
Amid works by international artists and local projects focused on other Pakistani cities, I kept wondering where is Lahore?
In a city where the municipal government has consistently failed to address issues such as land or air pollution, the latest edition of the biennale considers its environmental crisis through various media.
Heroic risk is evident in the Slovenian organization of the 32nd Biennial of Graphic Arts, which goes so far as to adopt the chance-based exquisite cadaver game as a model.
There may not be another edition of the new Biennale de La Biche, as the wooden shack that hosts it may well disappear between now and 2019 due to rising sea levels.
MARRAKESH — In the vaults adjacent to the city’s Koutoubia Mosque, a video by the Copenhagen-based artists’ group Superflex tells the story of migrants and refugees eager to reach Europe.
NEW DELHI — The Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) launched in 2012 and has distinguished itself by the scale of its ambition.
“This exhibition series intends to demonstrate the rich wealth of talent to be found throughout Brooklyn.” This is the mission statement of the BRIC Biennial, which recently launched the first edition of the series in its new home in Fort Greene.
NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial is the closest thing you’ll find to a crowd-sourced exhibition on view in New York right now — perhaps anywhere.
Yesterday brought the news that Brooklyn is getting an art biennial.