Venice Biennale 2024

Venice Biennale 2024: all the national pavilions, artists and curators

The latest news of the key players taking part in the 60th International Art Exhibition

Democratic Republic of the Congo scrambles to salvage its Venice Biennale show

Deal with local foundation to host national pavilion fell through at the last minute, but the country determined to exhibit its artists’ work

‘Like saying that you need to wear European fashion to attend the Venice Biennale’: Adriano Pedrosa responds to criticisms of 'Foreigners Everywhere'

The curator of the central exhibition at the 2024 Venice Biennale reflected on the show’s reception during a recent talk in New York

Julie Mehretu’s BMW Art Car revealed at Centre Pompidou

The design is inspired by a painting currently on view in the artist’s exhibition in Venice

Art Market Eye | The Biennale Venice effect at work

There are so many discoveries to be made at Adriano Pedrosa's international exhibition this year

Pope drops in on the Venice Biennale and visits the Vatican pavilion

Supreme pontiff praises Corita Kent and Frida Kahlo at women’s prison

Pro-Palestine protests continue at Venice Biennale

One protester was held by police while a "Freedom Boat" attracted hundreds of visitors

Ewa Juszkiewicz’s Venice exhibition brings together five years of faceless portraits

The show at the Palazzo Cavanis includes 15 works in which the Polish artist uses the device of concealment to critique historical depictions of women

The legacy and mystery of the display of Native American art at the 1932 Venice Biennale

Remarkably little is known about the selection, reception and whereabouts of the Native art shown in the US pavilion at the 18th Biennale

Denmark's Venice Biennale 2024 pavilion explores Greenlandic culture

The photographer Innuteq Storch records life in the autonomous territory

First his faeces, now his works, are turned into diamonds: Christoph Büchel's show fills every corner of the Fondazione Prada in Venice

The artist and provocateur's exhibition is focused on debt and its consequences for society and individuals

Spanish-Peruvian artist brings Old Masters to the New World at the Venice Biennale

Sandra Gamarra Heshiki references 17th-century European paintings in her investigations of Spain’s colonial past and its ongoing repercussions

Venice Biennale 2024: the worst art on show in the city

There's a lot to see during this year's edition of the city-wide event, so we've rounded up a few things you might want to skip

Venice Biennale 2024: our pick of collateral shows

Alongside the main event, there's a plethora of exhibitions vying for visitors' attention. We've selected some of our favourites, ranging from Shahzia Sikander fairytale gothic palace to Andrzej Wróblewski's poignant depictions of war

‘Trauma, hope and healing’: a closer look at Timor-Leste’s first-ever Venice Biennale pavilion

The young nation is represented by Maria Madeira, who is also exhibiting large-scale works

Venice Biennale 2024 review | Intimacy and violence: 'Foreigners Everywhere' explodes the Biennale model

Adriano Pedrosa's international exhibition combines the old and new to undermine Western narratives, but still creates a compelling survey of global contemporary art, in which Queer art stands out

The Week in Art podcast | Venice Biennale 2024 special

We review the international exhibition, talk to artists and curators behind five national pavilions and take an exclusive look at Titian’s newly conserved Assunta

Homecoming for one of Egypt’s leading artists as Wael Shawky shows at the country’s pavilion at the Venice Biennale

Shawky’s work for the Biennale, involving 400 cast and crew, recounts a 19th-century anti-colonialist uprising

Who owns the superyacht docked outside the 2024 Venice Biennale?

The Sea Pearl has been a looming presence along the water during this week's preview

Brazil reflects on ‘five centuries of invasion’ with all-Indigenous Venice pavilion

Artists focus on the legacy of colonialism and the ongoing challenges their people face

Abdullah Al Saadi: 'My mother would use stones to signal to me that she had visited my studio'

The conceptual artist’s exhibition at the Biennale presents a series of works documenting his cycling journeys

Venice Biennale 2024: the must-see pavilions around town

Take a tour of a women's prison on Giudecca or a picturesque church in Cannaregio with our pick of pavilions beyond the Giardini and Arsenale

Elias Sime unearths the catastrophic beauty of mineral extraction in his new Venice show

The Ethiopian artist is exhibiting seven works built from technological waste such as computer motherboards and wire

Nicolas Berggruen opens contemporary art space in Venice palazzo

It is the largest contemporary art venue to open in the city since the launch of François Pinault’s Punta della Dogana 15 years ago

Patrizia Sandretto’s Venice venue nears completion

San Giacomo di Paludo is expected to open next year, but visitors to this year’s Biennale can still take in a performance

Meditations on mortality: Venice exhibition revisits the photography of Peter Hujar

The show at Chiesa di Santa Maria della Pietà brings together the often haunting images of the US photographer who gained recognition only years after his untimely death

India at Venice: no pavilion but more presence than ever before

Powerful patrons and a Global South-dominated international exhibition ensure the nation’s artists are front and centre—despite the government’s decision to not stage a show

Venice diary day 1: Pimms, the Pinault Collection and thunderous conversation

Our diarist’s first couple of days in La Serenissima gave her a chance to soak up the glamour synonymous with the city, as well as catch up with some art-world friends

Venice Biennale 2024: the must-see pavilions in the Arsenale

Artists draw with their eyes and play with Zeus at the city's former shipyards and armories