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Venice 2015 – looking forwards or backwards?

— September 2015

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Lu Yang, Other Future exhibition, China Pavilion. Photograph: Michal Fornalczyk

Basia Sliwinska and Michal Fornalczyk report on this year’s Venice Biennale. The future here looks pretty bleak but ‘All the World’s Futures’ has a few touches of both hope and déja vu

2015 marks the 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, one of the most significant European art shows, featuring the latest trends and research (or market direction) in contemporary art. When the first exhibition opened 120 years ago, there were no national pavilions. Now, there are 88 national presentations of artistic work and initiatives to the public across the...

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Media credit: All photographs by co-writer Michal Fornalczyk

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