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Holzer's Venetian outing

Jenny Holzer, <i>Terrorist Group</i>, 2013

Artists that bag an exhibition at the Museo Correr in Venice during the Biennale have a prime platform during the world's most prestigious exhibition. This year, the stalwart US artist Jenny Holzer, known for her large-scale, electronic LED signs, is due to open a show of silkscreened paintings and hand painted works in the museum which is nestled in St Mark's Square (6 May-22 November). "There'll be a series of paintings in the halls of the Correr and more paintings [on show] in a gallery there," the artist says. The exhibition, organised by the Frankfurt-based Written Art Foundation, includes recent works based on US government and intelligence reports including the 2014 series "Dust Paintings". Holzer knows La Serenissima well; in 1990, she was the first woman to represent the United States at the Venice Biennale (she received the Golden Lion that year).

Published online 29 Jan 15

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