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Artists Nicholas Galanin and Oscar Tuazon have made a site for collective action. Throughout the summer, Galanin and Tuazon are inviting guest artists to Venice to decorate a pylon and to continue the dialogue around clean water in a European context.

Press Release

On the occasion of the 57th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Zuecca Projects is proud to present “INDIAN WATER – The Native American Pavilion” by artists Nicholas Galanin and Oscar Tuazon, curated by Alessandro Possati, supported by Victoria Golembiovskaya and Anastasiya Siro.

Artist Nicholas Galanin envisions the Native American Pavilion as a circle, a welcoming space in the …

On the occasion of the 57th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Zuecca Projects is proud to present “INDIAN WATER – The Native American Pavilion” by artists Nicholas Galanin and Oscar Tuazon, curated by Alessandro Possati, supported by Victoria Golembiovskaya and Anastasiya Siro.

Artist Nicholas Galanin envisions the Native American Pavilion as a circle, a welcoming space in the great longhouse tradition. Working with Oscar Tuazon – who participated in the protest camp at Standing Rock where
indigenous architectures were used to bring global attention to the fight for clean …

Location

Garden of Ca’ Bembo, Fondamenta Sangiantoffetti, 1075
Venice, IT