The Soul Expanding Ocean at TBA21–Academy Ocean Space in Venice’s Chiesa di San Lorenzo brings together two artists with different but complementary ways of engaging with oceanic histories and ecologies.
A stone was carved with a phallus and the words “Secundinus, the shitter.”
The initiative will put the Vatican Museum’s masterpieces on the blockchain.
In a historic first, artists Pauliina Feodoroff, Máret Ánne Sara, and Anders Sunna transformed the Nordic Pavilion into a celebration of the art and sovereignty of the Indigenous Sámi people.
Leigh’s transformation of the US National Pavilion is no immersive installation, but rather a proposal in sculpture, and by sculpture.
Writer and curator Laura Raicovich shares her favorite works from the exhibition and moments of elevation during her Campari-fueled trip to Venice.
They are the first Black women to represent their countries in the international exhibition.
The show encompasses 70 works from the archeological site’s vast troves, including the famous “Leda and the Swan” fresco recovered in 2018.
Spanning 13 editions since 1995, this year’s exhibition explores past themes and curatorial concepts, behind-the-scenes documentation, publicity initiatives, and more.
100 Churches of Venice and the Lagoon by Alejandro Merizalde features religious temples from every corner of the Italian city and its islands.
Robo-hounds are being deployed to inspect the ancient city for structural threats to its preservation.
“[Assange’s] imprisonment marks the collapse of a free and civilized society,” Ai Weiwei told Hyperallergic.