In its 114 years, the Venice Biennale has grown from a small festival organised by a local city council into one of the most dense and most important agglomerations of contemporary art the world has ever seen. The 53rd Venice Biennale crams 77 national pavilions and 38 collateral shows into the traditional Giardini (gardens) and Arsenale (shipyards). Counter-festivals have sprung up beyond the official boundaries, and there is even an Internet Pavilion…[LINK]

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