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View of Atlas of Harum Farocki's Filmography.
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Chris Sharp

Okay, in the event that you, dear reader(s), are not too tired of the harried Venice musings of the art-agenda corps rearing up in your inbox, here’s a final reflection. Allow me to start with an offensively obvious observation. In case you haven’t noticed, Venice is not particularly adapted to... continue reading
View of “All the World's Futures,” Giardini, 56th Venice Biennale, 2015.
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Sabrina Tarasoff

When Kenya announced the artist list for their pavilion for this year’s Venice Biennale, forefronted for the second time in a row by Italian hotelier Armando Tanzini, alongside an astounding nine foreign participants and only one Kenyan, the only appropriate response—as far as I was concerned—would have been something akin... continue reading
“All the World’s Futures”

56TH VENICE BIENNALE, Venice

View of “All the World's Futures,” Giardini, 56th Venice Biennale, 2015.
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Kevin McGarry

A 2015 exhibition titled “All the World’s Futures” is more likely than not to be bleak (in tone). Earth, in curator Okwui Enwezor’s curatorial statement, is “shattered and in disarray, scarred by violent turmoil, panicked by specters of economic crisis (…) Everywhere one turns new crisis, uncertainty, and deepening insecurity... continue reading

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