S Mark Gubb, one of 23 artists who received a Venice Go and see bursary from a-n to visit the Biennale during the preview period, reviews The Encyclopedic Palace exhibition at the Arsenale and Giardini – and pops his head in at a few national pavilions, including Jeremy Deller’s English Magic show.
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La Biennale di Venezia, 30124 Venezia
1 June 2013 to 24 November 2013
Bedwyr Williams’ Wales in Venice presentation combines Galileo and amateur astronomy to create an affectionate homage to stargazing.
New works by Corin Sworn, Duncan Campbell and Hayley Tompkins have been unveiled as part of the Scotland + Venice 2013 presentation – accompanied by the first ever official visit from a Scottish Government minister.
Jeremy Deller’s British Pavilion presentation for the 55th Venice Biennale reflects his “love-hate relationship” with the UK.
Locus+ is celebrating 20 years of innovative visual arts projects and publications by launching its first ever fund-raising Print Portfolio at the Venice Biennale. We find out more from Director and Founder Jon Bewley.
The Venice Biennale is the world’s biggest and most important international art event. But how do the exhibiting artists get chosen to represent their country at the national pavilions or collateral exhibitions and how does the process differ from one country to the next? We take a look and find that, although in differing forms, the open call is becoming increasingly popular.
More artists will experience the Venice Biennale this year, thanks to a-n’s Go and see bursaries.
With high volumes of applications already in, a-n announces two new supporters of bursaries to artists in their area.
a-n is providing vital Go and see bursaries to artists, supporting professional development and networking at the Venice Biennale 2013.
UK’s Tacita Dean, Helen Marten, Roger Hiorns and Cathy Wilkes amongst artists selected for 55th International Art Exhibition in Venice.