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About this collection

The Venice Art Biennale, established in 1895, is a biannual international art exhibition held in Venice, Italy. It is one of the largest art exhibitions in the world and it showcases the most contemporary global direction of art. For over a century, artists from around the world have gathered to display works from their countries and to collaborate in exhibitions with artists from other nations. Artists are typically chosen to represent their home countries in these national pavilions. The collateral events are exhibits that run throughout the Biennale and are given special distinction but are not part of the Biennale exhibition. They may be collaborative and multinational. Today, the Biennale attracts over 600,000 visitors.

This E-Biennale project is an ongoing collection of materials from Venice Art Biennale events. Materials in the collection date back to 2009 and the collection is updated with each Biennale. Materials are garnered from CDs, flash drives and websites. Items in the collection range from press kits to photographs. Audio and video clips are newly available within the collection, which adds a more tangible dimension to exploring the Biennale from afar.

 

This collection is restriced to on campus use only

 

 
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