Venice Biennale 2024

Venice Biennale 2024: all the national pavilions, artists and curators

The latest news of the key players taking part in the 60th International Art Exhibition

Meditations on mortality: Venice exhibition revisits the photography of Peter Hujar

Show at Chiesa di Santa Maria della Pietà brings together the often haunting images of the US photographer who gained recognition only years after his untimely death

US pavilion features first Indigenous artist to have solo show

Jeffrey Gibson mixes Native American motifs with modern materials to investigate issues of identity and history

The poetry in Jean Cocteau’s visual art celebrated in Venice exhibition

A multimedia exhibition at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection includes many of the famed filmmaker's drawings, including his sketches while working with Picasso on the ballet 'Parade'

The confident new face of Benin is on show in Venice

The restitution of artefacts from France in 2022 has energised Benin’s cultural and heritage sector, as is clear from the country’s four-artist presentation at the Biennale

The most spectacular locations to visit at this year’s Venice Biennale

Unique to the Biennale are its venues, which include beautiful historic buildings with interiors, art and artefacts that put many museums to shame

Artificial intelligence takes a deep dive in new Venice show

Josèfa Ntjam‘s exhibition depicts a fantasy world inhabited by AI-created creatures that recalls both the deep ocean and outer space

Willem de Kooning’s Italian adventures explored in Gallerie dell’Accademia show

The American artist’s prolific career included two spells in Italy, ten years apart. An exhibition in Venice explores the impact these visits had on his work

John Akomfrah: ‘What are the histories, the questions, the narratives?’

The British artist and film-maker's Biennale exhibition will build on his past investigations of race, memory and identity

All change at Polish pavilion after initial artist is ousted by new, centrist government

Open Group collective shifts focus to neighbouring Ukraine after Ignacy Czwartos is deselected

Contested Congolese sculpture returns home, temporarily

The Balot sculpture will be in the Democratic Republic of Congo for six months, while a video of it shows simultaneously at the Venice Biennale

Venice's new tourist tax launches this month—how will it work?

Day trippers will need to pay €5 to enter on select days in a pilot scheme which starts during the Biennale

Russia lending its Venice Biennale pavilion to Bolivia

The Russian pavilion will host a group exhibition of artists from South America organised by Bolivia’s Ministry of Cultures, Decolonisation and Depatriarchalisation

Nature, humanity and technology collide in Pierre Huyghe show

The French artist has embraced robotics and machine learning for his latest works, which are being premiered at his sprawling exhibition in Venice

Moroccan pavilion cancelled at the 2024 Venice Biennale

Plans for country to make its Venice debut have been dropped, but no one—including the artists due to show there—knows why

SP-Arte turns 20—as Brazilian artists and curators take the spotlight at Venice

São Paulo fair’s founder says her efforts are “legitimised” by Adriano Pedrosa being the first South American to curate the Venice Biennale this month

From Hong Kong to Venice, Trevor Yeung conjures objects of desire

The Hong Kong artist explains why fish tanks and a notorious tree are “monuments to human interactions” in his new exhibitions for Para Site and the Venice Biennale

Abdullah Al Saadi: 'Artists can't be alone. Friendship between artists is very important'

The conceptual artist talks about representing the United Arab Emirates at this year’s Venice Biennale with work documenting his travels

Adriano Pedrosa unveils his plans for the 2024 Venice Biennale

Plus, the rise of immersive institutions and Barbara Kruger’s “Untitled (Forever)”

Lacma organising Zeng Fanzhi show in Venice to coincide with the 2024 Biennale

Co-curated by the Los Angeles museum's director, Michael Govan, the exhibition is designed by Tadao Ando

John Akomfrah: the film-maker exposing the colonial adventures of microorganisms and more

The Venice Biennale-bound artist discusses his latest video work exploring the so-called Columbian exchange and tells us why his films owe a debt to cinema but are “rendered slightly strange”

Venice and more: the most interesting biennials to visit this year

Full listings of the biennials and triennials happening in 2024

Hampstead Heath's notorious gay cruising spot recreated for London exhibition

Trevor Yeung, who will represent Hong Kong at the next Venice Biennale, considers the unspoken language of public sex for his Gasworks solo show

Frieze to sponsor next British pavilion at Venice Biennale

This is first time an art fair has funded a national exhibition at the Biennale

Anna Maria Maiolino and Nil Yalter awarded Venice Biennale’s Golden Lion for lifetime achievement

The itinerant lives of the Brazilian and Turkish artists chime with the theme of his central exhibition next year

The Indigenous artist and activist Glicéria Tupinambá will represent Brazil at 2024 Venice Biennale

The Brazilian pavilion will be renamed the “Hãhãwpuá Pavilion” for Tupinambá’s presentation, which is being co-curated by three Brazilian Indigenous artists

Art dealer chosen to curate Turkish pavilion at next Venice Biennale resigns

Esra Sarigedik Öktem’s Istanbul gallery represents the artist exhibiting in Venice in 2024

Niger coup upends country’s Venice Biennale plans

Niger, which is participating in the current architecture biennale, had planned to show at next year’s art biennale for the first time

Choctaw-Cherokee artist Jeffrey Gibson will represent the United States at 2024 Venice Biennale

Gibson will be the first Indigenous artist to have a solo exhibition for the US Pavilion

Yinka Shonibare and Toyin Ojih Odutola among artists selected for Nigeria's Venice Biennale 2024 pavilion

The exhibition, featuring eight Nigeria-based and diasporic artists, will be curated by Aindrea Emelife