The video art of Isuma, the first international media organization created by and for Indigenous peoples, highlights the contemporary and historical impasses they are forced to navigate.
Surprises and puzzles in Venice and Vienna, from Sean Scully to Tintoretto.
Tuymans is a figurative painter who doubts whether visual representations can ever be truthful.
The Venice Biennale’s official exhibition, May You Live In Interesting Times, presents art that speaks to the present, not in the direct fashion of journalism, but in ways that can challenge existing habits of thought.
Winners of the prizes will receive a cash prize and be invited to attend the symposium in Venice, Italy. All submissions are due by July 30, 2019.
The Biennale’s system of national pavilions may be an outdated relic, but it does succeed in putting a spotlight on countries that typically receive scant art world attention.
The anonymous artist set up a stall to showcase paintings of a cruise ship parked in the canal surrounding the city.
3x3x6 spans four rooms of the Palazzo delle Prigioni with an immersive, multidimensional installation. On view from May 11 – November 24, 2019.
For Taiwan’s presentation, Cheang will create a new work inspired by the history of the exhibition venue, Palazzo delle Prigioni. On view from May 11 – November 24, featuring a public performance on May 11.
The new policy — which goes into effect just before the 2019 Venice Biennale — could add $56.8 million to the perennially flooded city’s budget.
Last October’s flood submerged Venice under more than five feet of seawater. The city’s streets were a disaster, and they’re blaming the Italian government for it.
Shu Lea Cheang presents a site specific multimedia research project including images, installations, and computer programming that explores the ideas of confinement and liberation.