57th Venice Biennale kicked off last week, see what other stories grabbed our attention.
By Andrew Goldstein / The Artnet News
The German artist received the award alongside fellow prizewinners Franz Erhard Walther and Hassan Khan.
By Alexxa Gotthardt and Scott Indrisek / The Artsy
The Venice Biennale’s centerpiece exhibition, “Viva Arte Viva,” may altogether falter in the breadth of its curatorial framework. But, in its central ambition, as a celebration of artists, there is a wealth of work to celebrate, ponder, and discuss. Here are a few of the projects and presentations the art world will remember long after this epic show closes.
By Anna Sansom / The Art Newspaper
Arts professionals hope that victory speech in front of the Louvre is a sign that the young president will bring new life to the culture sector.
By Anna Cafolla / The Dazed
Delve deep into art history with Holzer, Picasso, Lichtenstein, Rothko and many more.
Enough art books to rival any expensive school have been archived online by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. And best of all, it’s all available to download for free.
By Colin Marshall / The Open Culture
This year we’ve been featuring short animated videos from BBC Radio 4, all covering the big questions: How did everything begin? What makes us human? What is love?How can I know anything at all? They’ve illustrated the philosophical concepts at hand not just with elaborate and joke-filled drawings that come to life before your eyes, but with direct reference to the ideas of history’s best-known thinkers.
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by Ania Ostrowska
Fake Films and a Few Frames More, the exhibition of video works not seen previously in the UK by Laura Pawela, took place at IMT gallery in London. Laura Pawela is represented by IMT and this was her third show at the gallery.