Russia presents the reconstruction of Andrei Shchusev’s 1914 pavilion, carried out by the Russian-Japanese KASA／Kovaleva&Sato Architects in collaboration with 2050+, after a two year research project into the role of contemporary cultural institutions, and a gaming platform.
We don’t necessarily want to live together. It’s not necessarily that we want to go back to speaking the language of biennials. We may need to address other worlds, and in this Biennale we can do that in different spaces, starting with the services of the Lithuanian Space Agency.
Browse the gallery to see all the projects awarded for the 17th. International Architecture Exhibition during the official ceremony at Ca' Giustinian, Venice.
As part of the European Cultural Centre’s “Time Space Existence” collateral exhibition, the pavilion hosts four rotating exhibitions on contemporary African architecture.
With the exhibition “In conflict” and a series of debates, Portugal curators rethinks the role of architecture as an artistic, public, political and ethical discipline.
In the Biennale curated by Hashim Sarkis, there is an ever-growing pile of questions and research that nonetheless cannot respond to the banal affirmation that even today no system can beat, in terms of sustainability and resilience, the historic city.
Using different forms of visual art, a group exhibition and a series of meetings attempt to take stock of Italy's recent seismic history.
In an open confrontation between Davide Borsa and Alessandro Melis, the issues and positive aspects of the most contested pavilion of the last Venice Biennale are brought to light.
From Bethlem to the Venice Biennale, the research by the Anastas brothers on the linguistic potential of stereotomy highlights the use of an ancient material, between the local and the global. The interview.
The bridge, designed in partnership with the Block Research Group from ETH, is on show and open to the public at Venice’s Giardini della Marinaressa during the 17th Architecture Biennale. A conversation with Shajay Bhooshan from Zaha Hadid Architects.
The theme chosen by Switzerland for the Venice Architecture Biennale is both spatial and political, topical as ever. Vanessa Lacaille and Mounir Ayoub, curators of the project together with a director and an artist, talk about it.