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  • US Pavilion: Sarah Sze
  • Dutch Pavilion: Mark Manders
  • Latin American Pavilion: Bolivian artist Sonia Falcone Latin American Pavilion: Bolivian artist Sonia Falcone
  • Lithuanian Pavilion
  • Israeli Pavilion: Gilad Ratman
  • At the Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli: Avant-garde photographs by Herbert List, made in the 1940s, in a section of the show curated by Cindy Sherman.
  • Pavel Althamer’s haunting “Venetians.” Pavel Althamer’s haunting “Venetians.”
  • At the Prada Foundation: “Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form,’ curated by Germano Celant, along with artist Thomas Demand and architect Rem Koolhaas, recreates a groundbreaking 1969 show by Harold Szeemann. At the Prada Foundation: “Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form,’ curated by Germano Celant, along with artist Thomas Demand and architect Rem Koolhaas, recreates a groundbreaking 1969 show by Harold Szeemann. Read more: http://www.wmagazine.com/artdesign/2013/06/venice-biennale-2013-photos-ss#ixzz2W2s1dWfT
  • Palazzo Fortuny: ‘Tapies. The Gaze of the Artist”—the exhibition includes gems from the artist’s own private collection, chief among them a 1951 work by Jackson Pollock and a Mark Rothko, among others. Palazzo Fortuny: ‘Tapies. The Gaze of the Artist”—the exhibition includes gems from the artist’s own private collection, chief among them a 1951 work by Jackson Pollock (pictured) and a Mark Rothko, among others. Read more: http://www.wmagazine.com/artdesign/2013/06/venice-biennale-2013-photos-ss#ixzz2W2s9VvVR
  • Yep. Manet. In the Doge’s Palace, no less.