“I Follow the Work Into the Rabbit Hole.” An Interview with Maria Loboda Related Press “I Follow the Work Into the Rabbit Hole.” An Interview with Maria Loboda 23 September 2019, Art Margins

Maria Loboda is a Berlin-based visual artist who works interdisciplinarily, creating installations that combine objects, linguistic elements, plants, audio recordings, illustrations, drawings and phot

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Reconciling Secular Art in Sacred Spaces Related Press Reconciling Secular Art in Sacred Spaces 20 July 2019, Hyperallergic

VENICE — The two most arresting exhibitions I saw among the Venice Biennale's collateral displays were Sean Scully's Human and _Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale that Society Has the Capacit

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The significance of Auckland artist Dane Mitchell's Venice Biennale appearance Related Press The significance of Auckland artist Dane Mitchell's Venice Biennale appearance 2 July 2019, New Zealand Listener

Extinct fish. Subduction zones. Non-military explosions. Lost musical scores. I'm surrounded by lists. They wash across the floor in beautifully rolling piles of white paper. Overhead, every three sec

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Rising Tides and Climate Change Color the Venice Biennale This Year Related Press Rising Tides and Climate Change Color the Venice Biennale This Year 24 June 2019, Hyperallergic

VENICE, Italy — Acqua alta : high water. It's something Venetians have learned to live with, when the city floods under high tides and strong winds. It mainly happens in the winter, but even under t

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‘I am one and the same person’ – Georg Baselitz looks back at a life in art Related Press ‘I am one and the same person’ – Georg Baselitz looks back at a life in art 12 June 2019, Apollo

The exhibition 'Baselitz – Academy' at the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice gathers work that goes right back to the beginning of Georg Baselitz's career, when he was still a student in West Berlin

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Hong Kong pavilion at Venice Biennale closes amid extradition bill protests Related Press Hong Kong pavilion at Venice Biennale closes amid extradition bill protests 11 June 2019, South China Morning Post

According to a photo posted on Facebook by Christina Li, guest curator of artist Shirley Tse's exhibition at the pavilion, a notice in English and Italian at the entrance reads: 'Due to unforeseen cir

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Suki Seokyeong Kang continues experimenting with space at Venice Biennale Related Press Suki Seokyeong Kang continues experimenting with space at Venice Biennale 14 May 2019, The Korea Herald

Suki Seokyung Kang’s multipart installations are neatly organised so as not to interfere with one another. The space invites people to walk, sit and stand among minimalist installations in soft colour

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The Best Things to See at the 2019 Venice Biennale Related Press The Best Things to See at the 2019 Venice Biennale 13 May 2019, AnOther

The 58 th edition of the Venice Biennale, May You Live in Interesting Times curated by Ralph Rugoff–from London’s very own Hayward Gallery–proves to be as interesting as its title promises. Venice

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Venice Biennale empowers women, diversity Related Press Venice Biennale empowers women, diversity 12 May 2019, Korea Times

This year, all Koreans at the Venice Biennale are women. The Korean Pavilion is curated by Kim Hyun-jin and three participating artists Jung Eun-young, also known as siren eun young jung, Jane Jin Kai

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‘Pressure and stress are viewed in a negative way. But you have to put yourself under pressure’ Related Press ‘Pressure and stress are viewed in a negative way. But you have to put yourself under pressure’ 9 May 2019, The Irish Times

The Shrinking Universe, the exhibition by Ireland’s representative at the Venice Biennale 2019, Eva Rothschild, has just opened in one of the event’s main venues, the vast Arsenale, once the worksho

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'I used to be afraid of colour!' Eva Rothschild, Ireland's dockside voice in Venice Related Press 'I used to be afraid of colour!' Eva Rothschild, Ireland's dockside voice in Venice 9 May 2019, The Guardian

'The weird thing about Venice,' says Eva Rothschild, sitting in her Hackney studio, surrounded by crated sculptural components ready to ship to the Biennale, 'is that it’s the shiniest show in the wor

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The Art Newspaper's pick of the 2019 Venice Biennale Related Press The Art Newspaper's pick of the 2019 Venice Biennale 30 April 2019, The Art Newspaper

There are hundreds of exhibitions in Venice during the Biennale. Alongside the main exhibition in the Giardini and Arsenale, there are 90 national presentations, many in nearby pavilions in the Giardi

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