Here Are 9 Exciting Artists Whose Markets Are Poised to Reach the Next Level After Remarkable Outings at the Venice Biennale

Discussion about this year’s central exhibition at the Venice Biennale, “The Milk of Dreams,” has centered on the many historical figures—often women and gender non-conforming artists—that curator Cecilia Alemani resurfaced and recontextualized. But plenty of emerging and mid-career artists were given ample real estate in the show, too—and they were […]

Venice Biennale Artist Louise Bonnet Is Relying on a Proven Tool to Get Ready for the World’s Biggest Art Show: Insomnia

Each week leading up to the 59th Venice Biennale in April, Artnet News brings you into the studio of an artist as they prepare for acclaimed exhibitions in and around the exhibition.   Born in Switzerland, Los Angeles-based painter Louise Bonnet is known for her grotesque, bloated figures whose contorted bodies remain eerily […]

The Organizers of Ukraine’s Venice Biennale Pavilion Say They May Not Be Able to Stage the Event ‘Due to the Danger to Our Lives’

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the curators of the Ukrainian pavilion at the upcoming Venice Biennale have temporarily suspended preparations for the exhibition, which was set to feature work by Ukrainian artist Pavlo Makov. “We are not in immediate danger, but the situation is critical and changes every minute. Presently, […]