Kiev biennial venue withdraws support citing war-time conditions

But Austrian curators say they will carry on with the exhibition

Published online: 24 March 2015

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Video installations dominate the offerings at this year’s Biennale

Published online: 13 March 2015

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The curator promises a political show full of big names

Published online: 05 March 2015

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Off-the-beaten-track spaces house new site-specific works

Published online: 04 March 2015

Havana Biennial’s high-profile artist line-up includes Kapoor, Sehgal and Schneider

Instead of a central venue, this year’s exhibition will see works installed across the city, including universities and research centres

Published online: 25 February 2015

Manifesta biennial heads to Palermo

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Published online: 16 December 2014


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An interview with the curators of the 31st Bienal de São Paulo

Charles Esche and his team (Galit Eilat, Pablo Lafuente, Nuria Enguita Mayo and Oren Sagiv) have given a series of interviews that offer fascinating and occasionally prurient insights into the process of grappling with the biennial beast in general and the Bienal beast in particular—the recruitment process, the unforgiving character of the space and their ambitions to broaden the social base of the artists who participate and the visitors who attend.