Vast ‘fish fence’ takes centre stage at Melbourne’s NGV Triennial

A team of Aboriginal women artists, working in Australia's far north, spent two years weaving the 100m-long work from local plant material

Competing waves of identity, placemaking and trauma coalesce in Hawaii’s inaugural triennial

The archipelago’s first triennial takes place at sites throughout O’ahu, and includes works addressing “paradise economics”, environmentalism and Indigenous sovereignty


Inaugural Hawaii Triennial considers social activism, climate change and the Westernisation of Asia-Pacific

The exhibition, which began as a biennial, has been curated by Melissa Chiu, Miwako Tezuka and Drew Kahu‘āina Broderick

Traditional art forms are fighting back in the Asia Pacific region

The 10th Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane explores connections between people and place—and the encroaching danger of climate change

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From the New Museum Triennial to 52 Walker, David Zwirner’s new outpost

Prospect triennial returns to New Orleans with majority Black artist roster

The city-wide exhibition features a sculpture by the artist Simone Leigh that will temporarily replace a former monument to Robert E. Lee

MoCA Toronto back with a bang with Greater Toronto Art 2021

The triennial exhibition features artists and collectives who work in the Greater Toronto area or have connections to the city

The Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Qaumajuq centre opens inaugural Indigenous triennial exhibition

The show features works by artists from Canada, New Zealand and Australia and considers themes and politics around water

Our guide to the top biennials and triennials coming up in 2021

Previews of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo, Prospect.5 and the 11th Liverpool Biennial—plus, lots of dates for your diary