Venice Biennale 2015

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High concept, high craft: Fiona Hall's must-see exhibition opens in Canberra
First appearing at the 2015 Venice Biennale, the dark, urgent Wrong Way Time comprises about 800 objects – one of the NGA’s most complex installations ever

Steph Harmon

03, May, 2016 @2:19 AM

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Adrian Searle's 10 best art shows of 2015
Goya delighted and Ai Weiwei delivered. But 2015 belonged to the Whitney and its glorious look back at American art, says our art critic

Adrian Searle

15, Dec, 2015 @7:45 AM

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Canalside choreography: how the biennale got Venice dancing
A quietly radical dance programme in the Italian city has included performances at boat yards, piazzas and palaces

Judith Mackrell

01, Jul, 2015 @12:17 PM

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Jeremy Deller exhibition draws links between Victorian factories and zero-hours contracts | David Batty
Venice Biennale exhibition compares the harsh conditions of 19th century labourers with controversial modern working practices such as zero-hours contracts and workplace surveillance

David Batty

01, Jul, 2015 @6:00 AM

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Take a break from Venice – across the lagoon in the garden city of Marghera
The Aquae Venezia 2015 exhibition has put the leafy suburb of Marghera in the spotlight but its laid-back atmosphere, affordable bars and restaurant and lack of crowds make it a great day trip at any time of year

John Brunton

27, Jun, 2015 @5:59 AM

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Iran goes back to the future at Venice Biennale
Exhibitions explore The Great Game’s rivalry over Central Asia and thrust the contested geographies of the 19th century into the language of contemporary art

Natasha Morris for Tehran Bureau

18, May, 2015 @6:00 AM

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All aboard the Venice Biennale Bargenale, Michèle Lamy’s scaffolding-clad freighter
At once a hangout, restaurant and recording studio with guests including A$AP Rocky, the barge for the Biennale gave Venice a sight to remember

Chris Wallace

13, May, 2015 @5:59 PM

Venice Biennale: the world is more than enough
Miles of string, rotating trees, entire shops … the world’s past, present and future is laid out at this year’s compendious Venice Biennale. Adrian Searle embarks on a long walk to enlightenment

Adrian Searle

11, May, 2015 @5:25 PM

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56th Venice Biennale review – more of a glum trudge than an exhilarating adventure
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

Laura Cumming

10, May, 2015 @6:00 AM

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Joan Jonas: legendary American performance artist is the toast of Venice
Representing the US at the Biennale, Jonas offers an ecologically themed installation that has proved a huge hit – and one that is long deserved

Jason Farago in Venice

08, May, 2015 @6:18 PM

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Artist draws controversy turning church into Venice's first mosque
Local authorities and biennale organisers have not been supportive, says Iceland-based artist saving Venetian Muslims the hour-long trip to the current mosque

Charlotte Higgins

08, May, 2015 @2:59 PM

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Ukrainian artists occupy Russian pavilion at Venice Biennale
Mock occupation by activists in military uniforms mimics Russia’s military incursion into east Ukraine

Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Rome and Shaun Walker in Moscow

08, May, 2015 @2:55 PM

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