Politics, performance and porcelain – at the Venice Biennale and beyond — Apollo

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— by Emma Crichton-Miller: Tuesday morning in Venice, on the first day of the Biennale preview, is cold but bright. My first stop, the Ateneo Veneto, isn’t itself part of the 56th International Art Exhibition. A lavishly decorated room holds an alien intruder: a white, minimalist porcelain box…

Image: Burnt Umber & Ultramarine (1973), Yun Hyong-keun. Collection of MMCA, Seoul, © Yun Seong-ryeol

May 15, 2019


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