Ruth Houlsby, a Fellow from Birkbeck University of London, reflects on her time at the British Pavilion in Venice for the final month of the 57th Art Biennale.
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Abstract painting, striking sculpture, Pop Art and Op Art dominated the Pavilion exhibitions in the swinging sixties.
The First World War had great implications for the British Pavilion, find out what happened.
Artist Jeremy Deller presented an exhibition called English Magic at the British Pavilion.
muf architecture create a stage for the exchange of ideas between Venice and the UK.
The exhibitions in the 1980s were challenged by theft, damage, bad weather and artistic criticism.
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Read an inteview with Amanda Lwin, one of our Venice Fellows, who used the weaving techniques she learnt in Venice to create a woven canopy for a deli in Deptford.
Kapoor married influences of East and West in his exhibition of monumental sculptures.