After decades of campaigning, the newly founded British Council took responsibility for the British Pavilion in the 1930s.
Artist Sarah Lucas represented Britain with her major solo exhibition, I SCREAM DADDIO, in the British Pavilion.
Helen Sear represents Wales with an exhibition of five new works, entitled ‘…the rest is smoke’.
Ten architectural teams travelled the world in search of ideas to change British architecture.
The British Council presents the exhibition Home Economics in the British Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia from 28 May to 27 November 2016.
Foreign Office Architects produced an immersive installation giving insight into their project Yokohama International Port Terminal in Japan.
Emin presented her “most feminine body of work so far” at the Pavilion.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker presented the Pavilion’s first ever large-scale film installation.
In March 2017 over 50 students and volunteers from universities and organisations across the UK gathered in London for the Venice Fellowships Induction School.
The British Council is delighted to announce its partnership with Scotland and Wales in presenting three exhibitions at the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.