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Damien Hirst Will Take the Hate With the Love in Venice
“As an artist, the best you can hope for is people arguing, mixed reviews. Love it and hate it.”
Jerry Saltz’s Best and Worst of the Venice Biennale
His five personal favorite pavilions and his three least favorite.
Saltz on the Ugly American at the Venice Biennale
“I think being embarrassed to be an American is partly what this is about.”
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The Diversity and Dynamism of the Venice Biennale
It’s the most diverse fair yet, with a record 77 nationalities represented among 90 artists.
Saltz: Highlights of the Venice Biennale; Plus, Worst in Show
Maybe sinking malls have no other way of making money.
New Yorkers to Storm the Venice Biennale
Paul Chan, Tony Conrad, and Yoko Ono at the art-world equivalent of the Miss America pageant.
Nothing a Nice Wall Hanging Wouldn’t Fix
The Venice Biennale is essentially a highbrow round of show-and-tell as galleries from around the world boast their best and brightest.