24 April 2022 • Tabish Khan
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see at the Venice Biennale – each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
21 April 2022 • Mark Westall
Anish Kapoor is the first British artist to be honoured with a major exhibition at the Gallerie dell’Accademia and Palazzo Manfrin in Venice during the 59th Venice Biennale
20 April 2022 • Mark Westall
20th Painting Action is Hermann Nitsch’s (b.1938, d. 2022, Vienna) final major exhibition presented by Helmut Essl’s private collection in collaboration with Galerie Kandlhofer,.
19 April 2022 • Irene Machetti
Korean artist Chun Kwang Young comes to Venice with a solo show at Palazzo Contarini Polignac. Times Reimagined, an Official Collateral… Read More
South Korean artist Oh Myung Hee unveils ‘The Days were Snowy but Warm’, at this year’s Personal Structures exhibition in Palazzo Mora, Venice.
6 April 2022 • Mark Westall
Following the Korean War, the country was impoverished and starving. Yet to the women of Korea, the end of the… Read More
23 December 2021 • Irene Machetti
I met with Riccardo Antonio Leone to get to the heart of his art, an intense creative process which brought salvation to the artist.
23 September 2020 • Irene Machetti
The School for Curatorial Studies Venice is back with the project ‘Whatever it takes’ — a three-day barter market. Visitors will be able to secure the exhibited artworks at one condition: no money is allowed.
19 June 2020 • Irene Machetti
Today we hear from Tereza Cervenova, Slovakia-born photographer, now living and working in London (UK). She received her BA in Photography from Middlesex University in 2014 and her MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London in 2018.
6 March 2020 • Irene Machetti
‘An international subconscious awareness of capitalism’ is the first solo-show of Argentinian artist Liv Schulman at the Venetian gallery A plus A .
25 November 2019 • Ksenya Blokhina
Venice Art Projects exhibition Public Toilet, a clever little site specific installation that has borrowed on Duchamp’s idea of readymades, calling into question the role of the artist, and of authorship.
Interview with Jeschkelanger & Hayk Seirig for Empty_Glass 05— a work of art for A Plus A gallery co-created by the artistic duo, the chef, and the public
11 September 2019 • Irene Machetti
The artistic duo Jeschkelanger collaborated with chef Hayk Seirig to present Empty_Glass 05. This immersive and overwhelming symposium resulted in an artwork exhibited at A Plus A gallery in Venice for the exhibition Anecdotes on Origin.
31 July 2019 • Irene Machetti
A plus A gallery in Venice presents the show Exercises in Style. Curated by NOVEL, it includes works by Helen Cammock, Keren Cytter, Anthony D Green, Loretta Fahrenholz, RB. Kitay, Ghislaine Leung, Bob van der Wal. On until 5th August.
29 March 2019 • Irene Machetti
ALMA ZEVI gallery in Venice presents Alain Baczynsky new exhibition HATUFIM a project Baczynsky has been working on for six years.
25 May 2018 • Mark Westall
Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta are the three architects behind RCR and are all set to unveil a highly sensory experience at the Catalonian pavilion in Venice:
14 July 2017 • Staff
“PERLA POLLINA” is a “mid-career retrospective” for Roberto Cuoghi, One third of Italy’s team for the 57th Venice Biennale at Madre Museum, Naples.
9 May 2017 • Mark Westall
Dr Neil Wenman is Senior Director at Hauser & Wirth, an international gallery with spaces in Zurich, London, New York, Los Angeles, Somerset and Gstaad.
10 May 2015 • Staff
There’s an awful lot of fretting about the state of the world in the Biennale’s 88 national pavilions, but little power, wit or bravado
23 April 2015 • Mark Westall
In which we ask the art world’s VIPs for their Venice recommendations so that you can follow in their footsteps during the Biennale (or just grab a sandwich at the same place…).
First up, The Auctioneer: Nick Hough, Chief Operating Officer EMERI of Christie’s.
9 February 2013 • Mark Westall
Höfer produces these large-format photographs without digital enhancement or alteration, using long exposure and working solely with the existing light source. The effect is a rare combination of intimacy and scale