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Out at the 50th Venice Biennale, June 12, 2003
In the Italian pavilion, Lucy McKenzie's Mmm! Ahh! Ohh!
Sam Durant's welcome, over the entry to the Italian pavilion
Tobias Rehberger
Seven Ends of the World
in the Italian pavilion
Jean Marc Bustamante
Jean Marc Bustamante at the French pavilion
In the German pavilion, vents for Martin Kippenberger's Metro-Net World
Chris Ofili in the
British pavilion
Fred Wilson at the U.S. pavilion
Fred Wilson's candlesticks, in the U.S. pavilion
The African vendor as art object, courtesy Fred Wilson at the U.S. pavilion
Performers in the Giardetti
A replica of a Palestinian passport, one of several set up on the paths in the Giardini
Readying for a performance piece by Alicia Framis, in the Dutch pavilion
Making shoes in the Dutch pavilion, courtesy artist Carlos Amorales
Poster-graffiti outside the Biennale gates
Olafur Eliasson in the Danish pavilion
Olafur Eliasson in the
Danish pavilion
"The Zone" (young Italian artists) in the Giardini, designed by Gruppo A12
Bruno Gironcoli in the Austrian pavilion
Vladimir Dubossarsky & Alexander Vinogradov in the Russian pavilion
Constantin Zvezdochotov in the Russian pavilion
Efrat Shvily
Palestinian Cabinet Ministers
in the Italian pavilion
Kamera Skura & Kunst-Fu
at the shared pavilion of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic
Kamera Skura & Kunst-Fu
at the shared pavilion of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic
The Australian Pavilion, with a billboard depicting a sculpture by Patricia Piccinini
Patricia Piccinini
The Young Family
in the Australian pavilion
Artist Luca Buvoli
Out in the sun: From left, artist Javier Tellez, White Box (N.Y.) director Juan Puntes, and dealer
Serge Ziegler
New European curators: Jerome Sans (left) of the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, and Peter Doroshenko of SMAK, Ghent
Jimmie Durham
Hommage to Filiou
Kader Attia's The Dream Machine, in the Arsenale
A silvery jeep, by Filipino artists Alfredo Juan Aquilizan and Maria Isabel Aquilizan, in the Arsenale
Photos by the late Nigerian artist Rotini Fani-Kayode (1955-92)
Young-Hae Chang
Still from Pao! Pao! Pao!
["if not I'll beat them up"]
in the Arsenale
Ellen Gallagher
Double Natural
in the Italian pavilion
Works from the late 1960s by Frank Bowling
Armando Tanzini at the Kenyan pavilion
"Utopia Station" in the Arsenale
Yoko Ono
Imagine Peace
in the Arsenale
Dana Schutz
The Breeders
in the Arsenale
Daniel Gazarán
See the World before You Leave It
in the Arsenale
Takashi Murakami
Superflat Jellyfish Eyes 1 & 2
in "Pittura" at the Museo Correr
Franz Gertsch
Patty Smith IV
in "Pittura" at the Museo Correr
Peter Doig
Window Pane
in "Pittura" at the Museo Correr
Martin Kippenberger
o.T. (lieber maler, male mir)
in "Pittura" at the Museo Correr
Marlene Dumas
Het Kwaad is Banal
in "Pittura" at the Museo Correr
Tom Green enters contemporary art, via a painting by Georgian artist Tamara K.E.
Tamara K.E. and Thea Gvetadze, "Museum of Fundamental Archeology," at the Georgian pavilion at the Palazzo Ateneo Veneto
Marc Quinn's orchid sculpture at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, "Where Is Our Place?" at the Fondazione Querini Stampalia
Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, "Where Is Our Place?"
Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, "Where Is Our Place?"
Absolut Maurizio Cattelan
in "Absolute Generation" at the Palazzo Zenobio
Sylvia Malova & Jana Doubuova
AI Analysis
in "Absolute Generation"
Richard Wentworth
Mirror, Mirror
in "Absolute Generation"
Aspassio Haronitaki
Louise Bourgeois
in "Absolute Generation"
Hans Hollein in "Absolute Generation"
Mannekin Piss
in "Absolute Generation"
Absolut Ben
Oleg Kulik's
The Sportswoman,
in "Absolute Generation"
Oleg Kulik's astronaut, against the frescoed ceiling of the Palazzo Zenobio
Drawing by Beatrice Cussol
in "Absolute Generation"
Venetian dealer
Flora Bigai
Tom Wesselmann
Sunset Nude (Two Legs Up)
at Flora Bigai Arte Moderna e Contemporanea