Category Archives: Venice Biennale

Rem Koolhaas Saves the World (for architecture)

Preservation has Rem worried – there is just too much of it. Retroactively discovered as a thread in OMA’s work, the Cronocaos exhibition at the Venice Biennale purports to engage historical preservation and question its reputation as a necessary good. … Continue reading

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Blow Up

It’s that time again – the Venice Bienalle is on, opening officially today. But of course already a flood of images are coming out of the different pavilions’ installations. For the past few iterations of the Bienalle there has been … Continue reading

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