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Hashim Sarkis poses critical questions at the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale, which just opened its doors. Take the tour of the main show.

Hashim Sarkis' main show ‘How Will We Live Together?' at the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale opens a year later than originally expected, but ponders on questions that are more timely than ever

Exhibition view: Rugile Barzdziukaite, Vaiva Grainyte, Lina Lapelyte, 'Sun Sea (Marina)', Opera-performance, Lithuania Pavilion, Magazzino No. 42, Marina Militare, Arsenale di Venezia, Fondamenta Case Nuove 2738, The 58th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia 'May You Live in Interesting Times' (11 May–24 November 2019). © Andrej Vasilenko.

'The title of this Exhibition could be interpreted as a sort of curse where the expression "interesting times" evokes the idea of challenging or even...

Swedish firms Kjellander + Sjöberg and Folkhem have built a wooden pavilion between the Venice Biennale venues, in tribute to the city's wooden foundations

Swedish firms Kjellander + Sjöberg and Folkhem have built a wooden pavilion between the Venice Biennale venues, in tribute to the city's wooden foundations

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Venice Biennale 2022: 15 national pavilions not to miss | Wallpaper*

With the 59th Venice Biennale almost upon us (23 April - 27 November 2022), watch this space for live reporting on the must-see pavilions arriving this year

Uzbekistan's first Venice Biennale pavilion celebrates a dwindling form of community living

A replica of a house in an Uzbek mahalla highlights community living in the Republic of Uzbekistan's contribution to the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Mark Bradford in the US pavillion at The Venice Biennale

Here are 11 Venice Biennale highlights you can’t miss—from Anne Imhof’s performative takeover of the German pavilion to Tunisia’s interactive meditation on global migration.