The 2015 Venice Biennale – Recap

Every second year, Venice is the place to be for contemporary art lovers. This year, the Art Biennale becomes 120 years old and enters the new decade reflecting on tomorrow. Following the motto All the World’s Futures, 89 National Pavilions and 136 artists shown at the International Art Exhibition present a diversity of perspectives on the current state of things.

To look in the future means to understand the today. Art can afford to be emotional or intense and still give an adequate vision of our world with its inequality, danger, and uncertainty. Overcoming the national boarders, the participants explore the ideas of identity, humanity, history, reality, manipulation, and environment.

Pamela Rosenkranz – Our Product

Katharina Grosse – Untitled Trumpet

Chiharu Shiota – The Key in the Hand

Chiharu Shiota – The Key in the Hand

Tsibi Geva – Archeology of the Present

Celeste Boursier-Mougenot – Rêvolutions

Celeste Boursier-Mougenot – Rêvolutions

Sarkis Zabunyan – Rainbow

Danh Vo – Mothertongue

Pamela Rosenkranz – Our Product

BGL – Canadassimo

Irina Nakhova – Devastatingly Direct

Sarah Lucas – I Scream Daddio


Camille Norment – Rapture

Joana Vasconcelos – Swatch Faces

Photography by Alexandra Polyakova, Text by Oksana Shestaka