Venice Biennale 2017

Sharon Lockhart gives voice to Polish girls and Jewish orphans at the Venice Biennale

For her project in the Polish pavilion, the photographer pays tribute to a pediatrician and writer who pioneered children’s rights

Tunisian pavilion to issue travel documents at Venice Biennale

Migration will be the focus of the country’s first Biennale project in more than 50 years

Guide to Asian pavilions at the 2017 Venice Biennale

From upside-down architecture to shadow puppets, artists explore cultural identity at the “Olympics of the art world”

UAE goes to Venice

Curator reveals big idea behind Biennale pavilion

Loris Gréaud to resurrect defunct Murano glass factory during the Venice Biennale

Production line of glass blowers will help create more than 1,000 unique works

Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable: Details emerge about Damien Hirst’s secretive Venice show

Finished just in time for the Venice Biennale, this project has been 10 years in the making

Installation in Venice to re-imagine Lenin’s tomb within Malevich’s black cube

Project marking centenary of Russian Revolution aims to highlight "potency of symbols in post-truth world"

Recovered ancient artefacts—ransacked during war—to feature at the Iraq pavilion in Venice

Objects drawn from the National Museum of Iraq will be shown alongside works by Modern and contemporary artists

Russian billionaire’s new Venice gallery to open with show of Soviet and contemporary art

Inaugural exhibition will include work by Rodchenko, Tillmans and a new Barbara Kruger commission

Venice Biennale’s main exhibition to be ‘by the artists and for the artists’, curator says

Christine Macel’s presentation to include more work from Latin America, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Russia, with 103 artists showing for the first time

Philip Guston gets first Venice museum show

Accademia exhibition will open for this year's Venice Biennale, more than 50 years after the artist represented the US

Giants of German culture including Thomas Demand to feature in Fondazione Prada’s Venice Biennale show

Exhibition also includes works by theatre designer Anna Viebrock and film director Alexander Kluge<br>

Venice Biennale 2017: Mark Bradford and Xavier Veilhan projects revealed

US artist will work with Italian prisoners while the French sculptor will set up a recording studio in the Giardini<br> <br>

Are we colonialising Middle Eastern art?

As the Middle East increasingly becomes a producer and consumer of contemporary art, the role of the West as 'tastemaker' grows progressively more troubling