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60th Venice Biennale: stay up to date with everything the Hãhãwpuá Pavilion promises for the edition

We spoke with curators Arissana Pataxó, Denilson Baniwa and Gustavo Caboco Wapichana about the concepts and meanings of the Brazilian Pavilion, renamed Hãhãwpuá, at this year's Biennale

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Remember the trajectory of Paula Rego in the world of plastic arts

Luso-British artist known for her feminist and politically positioned works dies aged 87 and leaves a huge legacy for contemporary art

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For the first time, the Venice Biennale awards two black women with the Golden Lion

Simone Leigh and Sonia Boyce were awarded for participation in the main show and for national pavilion, respectively

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What is the Venice Biennale?

Everything you need to know about the world's most important art event

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Discover the main works of Jonathas de Andrade

Artist from Alagoas who will represent Brazil at the Venice Biennale sheds light on the stories of the Brazilian people

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Venice Biennale will have the participation of five Brazilians

Lenora de Barros, Rosana Paulino, Solange Pessoa, Luiz Roque and Jaider Esbell will be at the Venice Biennale were chosen by Cecília Alemani

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Jonathas de Andrade will represent Brazil at the Venice Biennale

Mixing fiction, reality, tradition and negotiation, the artist has had exhibitions at the New Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

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Venice Biennale 2022: Nordic Pavilion Celebrates Indigenous Peoples, First Black Woman Artist Occupies US Pavilion

Simone Leigh will bring historical references and African aesthetics, while Sámi artists will talk about climate issues

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Francis Alÿs will represent Belgium at the 2022 Venice Biennale

Despite the event being postponed to 2022, the Belgians are already preparing their pavilion

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Venice Art Biennale postponed to 2022

The impacts of the coronavirus are still unclear, but without a doubt the year 2020 will go down in history as the year in which…

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Cecilia Alemani: New Curator of the 2021 Venice Biennale

The Council of the Venice Biennale, chaired for many years by Paolo Baratta, announced last January 10 the nomination…

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Flooding in Venice closes museums and Biennale

The phenomenon of floods in Venice is recurrent throughout history. The famous “acqua alta” reached the islands of Veneto more…