Meanwhile, the Venice Biennale of Architecture has been postponed for the second time.
How do you determine the success of an exhibition — by the number of visitors, the tenor of their reactions, or some other gauge? That’s the question Maria Novozhilova tackles in her assessment of the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale, which ended late last month.
As life spans extend and the window of time in which we experience death widens — hospital visits, hospice care, nursing homes, funeral homes — some architects are considering how we can better design for this final chapter.
The commissioner of the Russian pavilion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, Grigory Revzin, has been fired due to his political views on the Crimean situation, The Art Newspaper reported.