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"Stop Painting" is an exhibition conceived by artist Peter Fischli on view at the historic palazzo of Ca’ Corner della Regina, Fondazione Prada’s Venetian venue.
May 22, 2021 - November 21, 2021
The project explores a series of specific ruptures within the history of painting in the last 150 years, intertwined
with the emergence of new social factors and cultural values. The exhibition also projects itself into the dimensions of the present and the future. It intends to understand if a further development is taking place today and if the current digital revolution can also cause a new crisis of painting or, on the contrary, contribute to its renewal.
Caravane Earth Foundation presents the unique bamboo installation "Majlis" in the gardens of the Abbazia di San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice.
Multi-disciplinary artist Wallace Chan presents his first major exhibition of large-scale titanium sculptures, titled 'TITANS' at Fondaco Marcello in Venice from 20 May – 31 October 2021.
The British Council presents 'The Garden of Privatised Delights' at the British Pavilion for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition Venice Biennale, running from 22 May – 21 November 2021.
The French Pavilion invites us to explore French architect Christophe Hutin and his project "Les communautés à l’œuvre" ("Communities at work"), as well as other people involved with and projects related.
The German Pavilion commissioned by Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community invites us to discover a story between fact and fiction through their '2038 – The New Serenity' exhibition at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition Venice Biennale 2021.
The Irish Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of Venice Biennale 2021, "Entanglement," explores the materiality of data and the interwoven human, environmental, and cultural impacts of information and communication technologies.
Entitled "Resilient Communities" ("Comunità Resilienti") and curated by Alessandro Melis, the Italian Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Exhibition Venice Biennale 2021, offers a reflection on the resilience mechanisms that some communities take to respond to the great global challenges, starting from those linked to climate change which is putting a strain on the sustainability of urban, productive, and agricultural systems.
"Future School" converts the Korean Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition Venice Biennale 2021 into an international incubator for radical thinking–a meeting place to exchange and encounter ideas and projects that actively explore the notion of building a better future.
The Ministry of Culture of the Government of Mexico and the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INBAL) have come together to create the Mexican Pavilion exhibition titled 'Displacements' ('Desplazamientos') at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition Venice Biennale 2021.