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[Spencer Finch]
One-Liners Worth Repeating
Punchy one-liners seem to be ruling the art world, and they were some of the most compelling pieces in the huge group show that is the main event at this year's Venice Biennale.
[Mark Lewis]
A Semi-Candid Camera
Mark Lewis's work offers contrasting, compelling documents of contemporary urban life that are actually immaculately crafted fictions.
[Jussi Kivi]
Playing With Fire
Jussi Kivi's "Fire & Rescue Museum" fills the pavilion with cases full of his firefighting collection.
[Roman Ondak]
The Natural Art of 'Loop'
Artist Roman Ondák brought the outside world in and turned his pavilion into a work of art.
[John Gerrard]
An 'Animated' Eco-Critique
Irish artist John Gerrard offers a complex view of reality.
[Bruce Nauman's Fifteen Pairs of Hands]
Bruce Almighty
Nauman proves himself to be a contemporary classic.
[Punta Della Dogana]
Photos: Punta Della Dogana
Venice's newest contemporary art museum opens just in time for the Venice Biennale.
[Aernout Mik's Training Ground]
Reality Show
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