Venice Architecture Biennale
Visitors return to Venice—but at what cost?
The city took a big financial hit during the pandemic. But as things improve, locals are pushing for a more sustainable form of tourism
Kenyan caves and ancient Mesopotamian boats: Venice Architecture Biennale proposes solutions to impending global housing crisis
Hashim Sarkis's central exhibition touches on the fate of the planet at a time of climate change and Covid-19
Giuseppe Penone’s monumental tree rises from Venetian lagoon as Architecture Biennale opens
This year's exhibition in Venice brings together artists as well as architects to explore the question How Will We Live Together?
Venice town council blocks the rental of private property for the Biennales
The new time limits are shorter than the duration of the exhibitions
New Venice Biennale show reveals fraught episodes in its 125-year history
Interdisciplinary display in the Giardini will look at how the international exhibitions “crossed paths with history”
Today, a live-streamed, UN-sponsored discussion about what culture can do in the face of sea-level rise
Send in your comments, to be presented to the UN General Assembly in September
Venice canals appear cleaner amid coronavirus lockdown
Images of clearer water and returning wildlife to the Italian city are being posted on social media
Coronavirus travel restrictions force Venice Architecture Biennale to postpone opening until August
The biennial's 17th edition will now only run for three months rather than six
Wolfgang Tillmans at the Venice Architecture Biennale: Journeys into space
Wolfgang Tillmans’s Venice work explores architectural details, grand and humble, from 37 countries
Venice Architecture Biennale: Architecture as a living organism
Rem Koolhaas’s Biennale reflects his discipline not just as a technical process but as the embodiment of human experience across the ages.