The Oscar-winning filmmaker presented the Pavilion’s first ever large-scale film installation.
Zaha Hadid and Peter Cook were involved in pioneering architecture presentations, whilst Steve McQueen and Chris Ofili pushed the boundaries of the art exhibitions.
MacWilliam's video installations transport the viewer to strange worlds.
As the UK housing crisis began hitting headlines, Ellis Woodman showcased five British architects already addressing the challenge across the UK and Europe.
Emin presented her “most feminine body of work so far” at the Pavilion.
Jeremy Till shines the spotlight on Sheffield, exploring the city's architecture and social dynamics through a range of scales.
The famous collaborative artist duo created a series of new works inspired by trees.
Peter Cook brought together nine top British architects and gave the British Pavilion "a new frock and some bright jewellery"
This eye-popping installation was created by Ofili and an award-winning architect.
Foreign Office Architects produced an immersive installation giving insight into their project Yokohama International Port Terminal in Japan.
Find out how Wallinger's exhibition created the effect of stepping into an illusionary landscape.
The British Pavilion was given to four ‘City Visionaries’: Alsop & Stormer, Nigel Coates & Doug Branson, David Chipperfield and Zaha Hadid were each given a gallery to exhibit their work.