April 2024

Venice Biennale 2024

Venice Biennale 2024


April 20 (Saturday) 10:54 pm - November 24 (Sunday) 10:54 pm

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I'm thrilled to share that I've received an invitation to take part in the BORDERS ART FAIR 2023, scheduled to take place in Venice from May to August 2023.

The BORDERS ART FAIR, which is being organized by ITSLIQUID Group in collaboration with ACIT Venice - Italian-German Cultural Association, is scheduled to take place in Venice from May to August 2023. The event will be held at Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello, as well as other esteemed venues, and will coincide with the 18th Venice Biennale of Architecture.
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Pilar Corrias is delighted to announce that Koo Jeong A will represent South Korea at the 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia in 2024.

Known for their site-specific works that reinvent architectural space and conjure subjective memories through invisible elements such as scent, sound and temperature, Koo will be the principal artist exhibiting in the country's pavilion. Titled ODORAMA CITIES and co-curated by Jacob Fabricius and Lee Seol-hui, the pavilion's cylindrical steel building will be transformed into an immersive, scent-centric environment. Pieces with distinct aromas that represent Korea's different cities will be installed throughout the structure to take the visitors on a ‘Korean scent journey’.


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Adriano Pedrosa, one of the most celebrated curators working today, will organize the 2024 edition of the Venice Biennale.⁠
The appointment will make him the first Latin American to curate the world’s biggest art festival.⁠
At the Museu de Arte de São Paulo, where he serves as artistic director, Pedrosa has demonstrated a knack for rewriting art history in surprising and refreshing ways.⁠
While many curators have that goal today, few have actually succeeded in doing so, and for that reason, Pedrosa’s shows, with their emphasis on queer, feminist, and decolonial perspectives, have acted as a guide to many.⁠
Check the link in our bio to learn more.⁠
📸: Adriano Pedrosa.⁠
Credit: Photo Daniel Cabrel⁠
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Just announced! This October the Venice Biennale will present the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement to Brian Eno. As part of the celebration brendandawes and I will present "Nothing Can Ever Be The Same", a 168-hour video art installation inside the Arsenale in Venice. The piece uses generative software we've developed to reimagine Eno’s music, art, new footage and archival material into a vast collage of sounds and images. It's an immersive cinematic experience that goes on forever (or in this version, for one week) and never repeats itself.

"Nothing Can Ever Be The Same" will run from October 22nd to 29th. More info as it gets closer! There will be different iterations of this piece shown in other cities as well, TBA.

And more news on my forthcoming documentary film "Eno" coming soon...

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04/24/2024 – 10/24/2024 Curated by Adriano Pedrosa
Organizers 60th Venice Biennale

Along with Miami Art Week, Venice Biennale is a top art fair held Bi-annually in the summer in Venice, Italy. The Art and architecture portion of the fair is held bi-anually and the other portions are held annually (theatre, music, and dance). Starting in 1895 and arguably the oldest art fair in the world will be taking place in Castello and in the halls of the Arsenale and Biennale Gardens.

Venice Biennale video tours

Venice Biennale 2022 tour: By Frieze

59th Venice Biennale in 2022, plus interviews wih curator, Cecilia Alemani where she discusses the main exhibition, ‘The Milk of Dreams’.

Plus presentations by Sonia Boyce, Simone Leigh, Alberta Whittle, Louise Lawler, Leonora Carrington, Remedios Varo, Carla Accardi, Zineb Sedira, Andra Ursuta, the Nordic pavilion and Russia’s non-event.

Anna Jermolaewa: Austria

Organisers: Gabriele Spindler; Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport
Artist: Anna Jermolaewa The Russia-born Vienna-based artist, who works mainly in lens-based media and installation, will be presenting new work based on different expressions of non-violent resistance. Previous artworks include an installation about famous carrier pigeons and hiring impersonators of Russian leaders—Lenin, Stalin, Gorbachev, and Putin—and filming them in public spaces for The Doubles (2021).

Kapwani Kiwanga: Canada

Organisers: Gaëtane Verna; National Gallery of Canada
Artist: Kapwani Kiwanga: The Paris-based Canadian artist Kapwani Kiwanga’s work often tackles forgotten histories using a wealth of different media. The artist, who studied anthropology and comparative religion, “is interested in the role of art as a catalyst for revealing and addressing alternative and often silenced, marginalised socio-political narratives that are part of our shared histories,” according to the pavilion’s curator Gaëtane Verna.

Edith Karlson: Estonia

Organisers: Estonian Centre for Contemporary Art
Artist: Edith Karlson : The Tallinn-based sculptor Edith Karlson will create an immersive installation for the Estonian pavilion. The artist’s “evocative installations take the audience on an epic journey, through history, moods and myths,” says the curator Geir Haraldseth, who was part of the international selection committee for the pavilion. “Karlson’s belief in the power of art, and in particular sculpture, to affect us all, is sorely needed today.”

Julien Cruezet: France

Organisers: Institut Français, French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, and the French Ministry of Culture
Artist: Julien Creuzet: The French artist Julien Creuzet grew up on the French-Caribbean island of Martinique and his “singular work and his gift for oral literature are informed by creolisation, bringing together a diversity of materials, stories, forms and gestures,” says the selection committee who voted unanimously for him to represent France. Recent exhibitions include Luma Arles and Camden Art Centre in London.

John Akomfrah: Great Britain

Organisers: British Council
Artist: John Akomfrah: At the 2022 Biennale, Sonia Boyce’s presentation in the British pavilion won the Golden Lion prize for best national participation, so the pressure will be on for the film-maker John Akomfrah, representing the UK in 2024. The British-Ghanaian artist is best known for his searing video installations exploring issues such as climate change and post-colonialism. He says in a statement: “I’m grateful to be given a moment to explore the complex history and significance of this institution [the British Pavilion] and the nation it represents, as well as its architectural home in Venice, with all the stories it has told and will continue to.”

Pakui Hardware: Lithuania

Organisers: Valentinas Klimasauskas and Joao Laia; Lithuanian National Museum of Art, Lithuanian Council for Culture
Artists: Pakui Hardware (Neringa Cerniauskaite and Ugnius Gelguda) and Marija Teresė Rožanskaitė: The artist duo Pakui Hardware are planning an immersive installation for the Lithuania pavilion, which will feature paintings by the late Surrealist artist Marija Teresė Rožanskaitė. According to a press statement, the “exhibition will explore the inflammation of (post)human bodies under the current economic and social conditions.”

Guerreiro do Divino Amor: Switzerland

Artist: Guerreiro do Divino Amor

Organisers: Andrea Bellini,; Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia:The Swiss-Brazilian artist Guerreiro do Divino Amor (whose name translates from Portuguese as warrior of divine love) will be creating an exhibition titled Super Superior Civilizations, which will explore nationalism and political mythologies. It will be the latest instalment in the artist’s long running project Superfictional World Atlas, which he began in 2005.