Here we selected eight rising international art stars, from the Republic of China to Kosovo.
Who is the artist? The AI creators or the AI itself?
'Songs for Disaster Relief' takes aim at self-righteous charity singles.
What defines Korean art anyway? The country’s Venice Biennale pavilion wants to know.
Mohau Modisakeng’s “Passages” is on view in the South African Pavilion and at We Buy Gold in New York City.
A deconsecrated church in Venice plays host to “Spite Your Face” by Rachel Maclean.
Claudia Fontes's 'The Horse Problem' brings monumental feminist politics to the Venice Biennale.
Jason deCaires Taylor, a neighboring exhibitor at the 57th Venice Biennale, has been making sunken statues since 2006.
She's heading up the Australian pavilion, but Moffatt's work resonates with an international audience.
William Powell's 'The Anarchist Cookbook' offers instructions for making homemade bombs, drugs, and phreaking devices. The new documentary 'American Anarchist' confronts the author just before his death with the controversial legacy of his book.
Adam Pendleton’s “Black Lives Matter” wall works call attention to the internet-driven movement.
Artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot fills the Palais de Tokyo with water so visitors can take surreal boat rides.