Venice Biennale

Next Progressives: Going Top Down
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Next Progressives: Going Top Down

Urban-Think Tank, best known for its vertical gyms in the Caracas barrios, has a... Read more

The Politics of Spanish Architect Andrés Jaque
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The Politics of Spanish Architect Andrés Jaque

The Spanish architect Andrés Jaque is shaping a novel approach to practice, based... Read more

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ARCHITECT at the Biennale: Arrivederci a Venezia

Opening week of the 13th International Architecture Exhibition has drawn to a close, and though the pavilions and exhibitions will be on view for months to come, ARCHITECT is signing off from Venice. Read more

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Notes From the Biennale: The End of Opening Week

The twittersphere is quieting down as the opening week of the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale draws to a close, but there's still plenty to see around the Giardini. Read more

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"Shifting Ground" at the Pavilion of Ireland

Commissioner Elizabeth Francis and curator John McLaughlin created an exhibition that looks at Irish architecture in a global context, and features a large wooden seesaw designed by Dublin-based Heneghan Peng Architects. Read more

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A Look Inside the Canadian Pavilion

Canada's national exhibition, "Migrating Landscapes" looks at dwellings in an era of ever-increasing mobility. Read more

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New Pictures from the U.S. Pavilion

Freecell has released new pictures of the award-winning U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Read more

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Notes From the Biennale: Politics and Pavilions

Twitter reactions to the second public day of the 2012 Venice Biennale include more pavilion pics, and the first signs of the preview crowds moving on. Read more

Postcard From Venice: After the Preview is Over
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Postcard From Venice: After the Preview is Over

With all the focus on it's opening week, it's easy to forget the Venice biennale... Read more

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ARCHITECT at the Biennale: Food, Protests, and Monasteries

Happenings around Venice that caught our correspondent Ian Volner's eye as opening week of the 2012 Venice Biennale winds down. Read more

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