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  • The Biennale is now under full steam, with lines to get into some of the more popular exhibitions in the Giardini, like the British pavilion, with the my-most-intimate-thoughts-up-in-neon work of Tracey Emin.

    Venice Biennale: Lining Up for Britain’s Bad Girl - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • We discovered many years ago—no disrespect meant to the hard-working and occasionally even talented participants showing here—that the Biennale is an excellent bad-weather alternative to the beach, especially when you have small children who demand to be amused.

    The Writing on the Wall

  • Walking out of the dark into the light of the cloisters, with the smell of boxwood from the orderly rows, was very special and why the Biennale is the most fascinating of fairs.

    Barbara Isles: A Postcard from the Venice Biennale

  • The Biennale is a major art festival that dates back to 1895.

    Today's Photos: June 3

  • We leave and find our way on the bus to the Biennale, which is a huge contemporary art show in which every country sends pieces from a couple up and coming artists and they are displayed in houses at a beautiful huge park.

    |2007-10-08 + 10:09 p.m.|

  • Husain and Pablo Picasso were the only artists to be specifically invited to the Biennale, which is held every two years in Brazil.

    The Times of India

  • The Biennale is a vast exhibition of trade-fair proportions.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • And, says Floris van der Ven of Vanderven and Vanderven Oriental Art, a Dutch art dealer, "the Biennale is the focus for the international art world in September.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • Included in the 2004 biennial of New York's Whitney Museum of American Art, he represented Canada at the 2007 Venice Biennale—at 32, the youngest artist ever to do so.

    Sculpted Monsters of Myth

  • He takes a scalpel to the Venice Biennale, describing an artwork by Italy's Bruna Esposito, who scattered onion skins on marble floor tiles and, remarkably, did not title it 'Get the Broom.'

    Gift Guide: Humor

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