The sprawling Venice biennale offers frustrations and rewards

Atelier Bow Wow's installation at the 2010 Venice biennale

The sprawling labyrinth of the Giardini’s Palazzo delle Esposizioni (formerly Italian pavilion) continues the well-paced tempo of the Arsenale, only shifting slightly from the shock and awe tactic of immersive installations to a greater emphasis on exhibiting built projects, and artists whose work tackles the wider social and political of ...

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