Curated by Cecilia Alemani, the 59th Venice Biennale was the first ever to predominantly feature women and non-binary artists.
The main exhibition at this year’s Venice Biennale is an effective and timely problematisation of the hierarchies in art.
Uffe Isolotto’s morbid blockbuster of an exhibition in the Danish Pavilion is first and foremost about a longing for feedback.
The 59th Venice Biennale was not a great year for the pavilions – until Ukraine stole the show.
The Sámi Pavilion is a historical recognition of indigenous soveregnity, and a surprisingly traditional approach to the idea of a pavilion.
Auctions of Arctic lands and thousands of letters from government authorities are among the works on view in The Sámi Pavilion in Venice.
These days we see a yearning for the past and a movement towards the transhuman, observes Uffe Isolotto, the artist behind the Danish Pavilion in Venice.