Mike Nelson conceived and created a new immersive and complex work called I, Impostor for the British Pavilion.
Take a virtual tour of the exhibition and explore five new models for living, through five periods of time.
Eight students and volunteers travelled to Venice in early May to be part of our first cohort of Fellows. We asked them about their experiences...
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.
How did the so-called father of Pop Art win the highest honour of the Biennale?
The second group of Fellows arrived in Venice in early June and their month’s stay got off to an interesting start with an introductory session to city life, ‘Venice Matters’.
This eye-popping installation was created by Ofili and an award-winning architect.
Find out about what our Venice Fellows have been researching whilst in Venice.
Famous for her colossal sculptural projects, Barlow presents a major solo show in the British Pavilion.
As part of Madinah Thompson's research, she's been trying to see as many sites in the city as possible. Here are her top five recommended spaces and places in Venice.