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Exhibitions

The latest Venice Biennale is ideologically and aesthetically bankrupt

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

Venice Biennale 2024: Foreigners Everywhere

Giardini della Biennale and Arsenale, Venice, until 24 November

Last week’s opening of the 60th edition of the Venice Biennale marks a watershed for the art world. In much of the festival’s gigantic central exhibition, curated by the Brazilian museum director Adriano Pedrosa, as well as in many of the dozens of independently organised national pavilions and countless collateral events, it more obviously than ever before didn’t so much matter what was on show, but why.

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