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All of the Artists in the Venice Biennale

The 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

The 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

The 58th Venice Biennale opens to the public on May 11th and runs until November 24, 2019. Here, we share the artists who will be showing in Venice this year, from those who are included in the international exhibition to those who will represent countries in national pavilions in the Giardini, Arsenale, and across the city. (Editor’s note: This article will be updated as new details of the Venice Biennale presentations are announced.)

Artists Showing in National Pavilions at the Giardini

The 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

The 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

  • Inuit artist collective Isuma (Zacharias Kunuk, Norman Cohn, Paul Apak, and Pauloosie Qulitalik)
  • Curated by Asinnajaq, Catherine Crowston, Barbara Fischer, Candice Hopkins, and Josée Drouin-Brisebois

Czech Republic and Slovakia

Denmark

Egypt

  • Islam Abdullah, , and Ahmed Abdel Karim
  • Curated by Ahmed Chiha

Finland

  • Miracle Workers Collective (Maryan Abdulkarim, Khadar Ahmed, Hassan Blasim, Giovanna Esposito Yussif, Sonya Lindfors, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Leena Pukki, Lorenzo Sandoval, Martta Tuomaala, Christopher L. Thomas, Christopher Wessels, and Suvi West)
  • Curated by Giovanna Esposito Yussif, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, and Christopher Wessels

France

Germany

  • Natascha Süder Happelmann (Natascha Sadr Haghighian)
  • Curated by Franciska Zólyom

Great Britain

Greece

  • Panos Charalambous, Eva Stefani, and Zafos Xagoraris
  • Curated by Katerina Tselou

Hungary

Israel

Japan

  • , Taro Yasuno, Toshiaki Ishikura, and Fuminori Nousaku
  • Curated by Hiroyuki Hattori

Korea

  • , Siren Eun Young Jung, and Jane Jin Kaisen
  • Curated by Hyunjin Kim

The Netherlands

Nordic Pavilion

  • Artist duo Maria Teeri & Janne Nabb, a.k.a. nabbteeri, from Finland; from Norway; and Ingela Ihrman from Sweden
  • Curated by Piia Oksanen and Leevi Haapala

Poland

Romania

Russia

Serbia

Spain

Switzerland

United States

Uruguay

Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

  • Natalie Rocha Capiello, Ricardo García, Gabriel López, and Nelson Rangelosky
  • Curated by Oscar Sottillo Meneses

Artists Showing in National Pavilions at the Arsenale

Installation view of work by by Takesada Matsutani at the 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

Installation view of work by by Takesada Matsutani at the 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

Albania

Argentina

Chile

China (People’s Republic of)

Georgia

Ghana

India

Indonesia

Ireland

Italy

Kosovo (Republic of)

Latvia

Luxembourg

Madagascar

Malta

  • Vince Briffa, Klitsa Antoniou, and Trevor Borg
  • Curated by Hesperia Iliadou Suppiej

Mexico

Peru

  • , Otto Michael, Manuel Rodríguez Lira, Segundo Candiño Rodríguez, and Anonymous popular artificer
  • Curated by Gustavo Buntinx

Philippines

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

Slovenia

South Africa (Republic of)

Turkey

Ukraine

  • Curated by Open Group (Yurii Biley, Pavlo Kovach, Stanislav Turina, and Anton Varga)

United Arab Emirates

  • Nujoom Alghanem
  • Curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath

Artists Showing in National Pavilions across Venice

Andorra

Antigua and Barbuda

  • Timothy Payne, Sir Gerald Price, Joseph Seaton, and ; Intangible Cultural Heritage Artisans and Mas Troupe Designers
  • Curated by Barbara Paca with Nina Khrushcheva

Armenia

  • “ArtlabYerevan” Artistic Group (Gagik Charchyan, Hovhannes Margaryan, Arthur Petrosyan, and Vardan Jaloyan) and Narine Arakelian
  • Curated by Susanna Gyulamiryan

Azerbaijan (Republic of)

  • Zeigam Azizov, Orkhan Mammadov, Zarnishan Yusifova, Kanan Aliyev, and Ulviyya Aliyeva
  • Curated by Giovanni Mercurio and Emin Mammadov

Bangladesh (People’s Republic of)

Belarus (Republic of)

  • Konstantin Selikhanov
  • Curated by Olga Rybchinskaya

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Curated by Anja Bogojević, Amila Puzić, and Claudia Zini

Bulgaria

Catalonia

  • , Marcel Borràs, Albert Garcia-Alzórriz, Tiziano Schürch, and Dolors Magallón
  • Curated by Pedro Azara

Croatia

Cuba

Cyprus

  • Christoforos Savva (1924–1968)
  • Curated by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti

Dominican (Republic)

  • Dario Oleaga, Ezequiel Taveras, , , Miguel Ramirez, Rita Bertrecchi, Nicola Pica, and Marraffa & Casciotti
  • Curated by Marianne de Tolentino, Simone Pieralice, and Giovanni Verza

Estonia

  • Curated by Andrew Berardini, Irene Campolmi, Sarah Lucas, and Tamara Luuk

Grenada

  • Amy Cannestra, Billy Gerard Frank, Dave Lewis, , Franco Rota Candiani, Roberto Miniati, and CRS avant-garde (Carlo Caldara, Paolo Rossetto, and Giovanni Scagnoli)
  • Curated by Daniele Radini Tedeschi

Guatemala

  • Elsie Wunderlich and Marco Manzo
  • Curated by Stefania Pieralice

Haiti

Hong Kong

Iceland

  • (Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir)
  • Curated by Birta Guðjónsdóttir

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Iraq

Ivory Coast

Kiribati

  • Kaeka Michael Betero, Daniela Danica Tepes, Kairaken Betio Group; Teroloang Borouea, Neneia Takoikoi, Tineta Timirau, Teeti Aaloa, Kenneth Ioane, Kaumai Kaoma, Runita Rabwaa, Obeta Taia, Tiribo Kobaua, Tamuera Tebebe, Rairauea Rue, Teuea Kabunare, Tokintekai Ekentetake, Katanuti Francis, Mikaere Tebwebwe, Terita Itinikarawa, Kaeua Kobaua, Raatu Tiuteke, Kaeriti Baanga, Ioanna Francis, Temarewe Banaan, Aanamaria Toom, Einako Temewi, Nimei Itinikarawa, Teniteiti Mikaere, Aanibo Bwatanita, and Arin Tikiraua
  • Curated by Kautu Tabaka and Nina Tepes

Lithuania

  • Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainyte, and
  • Curated by Lucia Pietroiusti

Malaysia

Mongolia

  • Jantsankhorol Erdenebayar, traditional Mongolian throat singers, and
  • Curated by Gantuya Badamgarav

Montenegro

  • Vesko Gagović
  • Curated by Petrica Duletić

Mozambique (Republic of)

New Zealand

North Macedonia (Republic of)

  • Nada Prlja
  • Curated by Jovanka Popova

Pakistan

Portugal

San Marino (Republic of)

  • Gisella Battistini, Martina Conti, Gabriele Gambuti, Giovanna Fra, Thea Tini, Chen Chengwei, Li Geng, , Tang Shuangning, , Xing Junqin, Xu de Qi, and
  • Curated by Vincenzo Sanfo

Scotland

Seychelles (Republic of)

Syrian Arab (Republic)

  • Abdalah Abouassali, Giacomo Braglia, Ibrahim Al Hamid, Chen Huasha, Saed Salloum, Xie Tian, , Primo Vanadia, and
  • Curated by Emad Kashout

Taiwan

  • Shu Lea Cheang
  • Curated by Paul B. Preciado

Thailand

  • Somsak Chowtadapong, Panya Vijinthanasarn, and
  • Curated by Tawatchai Somkong

Wales

Zimbabwe (Republic of)

  • Georgina Maxim, Neville Starling, Cosmos Shiridzinomwa, and Kudzanai Violet Hwami
  • Curated by Raphael Chikukwa

“May You Live In Interesting Times”

These artists are featured in “May You Live In Interesting Times,” the 58th Venice Biennale’s International Art Exhibition at the Giardini and the Arsenale, curated by Ralph Rugoff.
The 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

The 57th Venice Biennale, 2017. Photo by Casey Kelbaugh for Artsy.

, b. 1985, Jordan. Lives and works in Beirut.
, b. 1983, Nigeria. Lives and works in Los Angeles.
, b. 1971, Turkey. Lives and works in Istanbul.
, b. 1984, Kenya. Lives and works in London and Nairobi.
, b. 1986, Thailand. Lives and works in New York and Bangkok.
Alex Gvojic, b. 1984, United States. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1982, United Kingdom. Lives and works in Berlin and Copenhagen.
, b. 1980, Lebanon. Lives and works in Paris.
, b. 1978, United States. Lives and works in New York and elsewhere.
, b. 1971, Iran. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1985, France. Lives and works in Paris.
, b. 1967 Germany. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1971, Switzerland. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1966, Switzerland. Lives and works in Reykjavik and Basel.
, b. 1982, Italy. Lives and works in Barcelona.
, b. 1975, France. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1984, United States. Lives and works in New York.
George Condo, b. 1957, United States. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1980, United States. Lives and works in Philadelphia.
, b. 1981 United Kingdom. Lives and works in London and Berlin.
, b. 1960, Canada. Lives and works in Vancouver.
, b. 1940, United States. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1965, France. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1980, Republic of Cyprus. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1973, Italy. Lives and works in Turin.
, b. 1980, France. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1970, India. Lives and works in New Delhi.
, b. 1965, France. Lives and works in Paris.
, b. 1975, United States. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1976, India. Lives and works in Mumbai.
, b. 1988, India. Lives and works in Kolkata.
, b. 1989, United States. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1964, Palestine. Lives and works in Jerusalem.
, b. 1978, United Kingdom. Lives and works in London.
, b. 1974, Denmark. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1947, United States. Lives and works in Los Angeles and Idaho.
, b. 1981, Japan. Lives and works in Kyoto.
, b. 1966, Japan. Lives and works in Paris and Kyoto.
, b. 1960, United States. Lives and works in Los Angeles.
, b. 1969, United States. Lives and works in Paris and Cologne.
, b. 1981, United States. Lives and works in Los Angeles.
, b. 1981, Ukraine. Lives and works in Kyiv.
, b. 1977, Republic of Korea. Lives and works in Seoul.
, b. 1987, Japan. Lives and works in Gunma.
, b. 1964, Republic of Korea. Lives and works in Seoul.
, b. 1972, People’s Republic of China. Lives and works in Beijing.
, b. 1979, Poland. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1970, Albania. Lives and works in Athens.
, b. 1955, United States. Lives and works in London.
, b. 1963, Mexico. Lives and works in Mexico City and Madrid.
Julie Mehretu, b. 1970, Ethiopia. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1980, Argentina. Lives and works in Buenos Aires.
, b. 1955, France. Lives and works in Paris.
, b. 1972, Republic of South Africa. Lives and works in Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town.
, b. 1980, Uruguay. Lives and works in Los Angeles.
, b. 1971, Austria. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1984, People’s Republic of China. Lives and works in Beijing.
, b. 1974, Nigeria. Lives and works in Antwerp.
Khyentse Norbu, b. 1961, Bhutan. Lives and works in India and Bhutan.
, b. 1986, Norway. Lives and works in Oslo.
, b. 1981, Canada. Lives and works in Montreal.
, b. 1980, Mexico. Lives and works in Guadalajara.
, b. 1975, Indonesia. Lives and works in Yogyakarta.
, b. 1973, Argentina. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1990, Lithuania. Lives and works in Vilnius.
, b. 1987, United States. Lives and works in New York.
, Founded in 2006. Based in Berlin.
, b. 1977, United States. Lives and works in Providence.
, b. 1966, Germany. Lives and works in Berlin.
, b. 1979, The Bahamas. Lives and works in New York.
Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, b. 1972, People’s Republic of China; B. 1974, People’s Republic of China. Both live and work in Beijing.
, b. 1958, United States. Lives and works in Los Angeles.
, b. 1952, Germany. Lives and works in Cologne.
, b. 1972, United States. Lives and works in Los Angeles.
, b. 1979, Romania. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1975, Vietnam. Lives and works in Mexico City
, b. 1984, Republic of South Africa. Lives and works in Cape Town.
, b. 1970, Thailand. Lives and works in Chiang Mai.
Christine Wertheim & Margaret Wertheim, b. 1958, Australia; b. 1958, Australia. Both live and work in Los Angeles.
, b. 1971, Republic of Korea. Lives and works in New York.
, b. 1963, People’s Republic of China. Lives and works in Beijing.
, b. 1985, People’s Republic of China. Lives and works in Shanghai and Vienna.
Artsy Editors

Correction: A previous version of this article misstated the curators and exhibitors of the Zimbabwe Pavilion. The curator is Raphael Chikukwa and the artists are Georgina Maxim, Neville Starling, Cosmos Shiridzinomwa, and Kudzanai Violet Hwami.