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Max Ernst, Attirement of the Bride (1940). Courtesy of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.

22 Shows to See in Venice Beyond the Biennale, From Stanley Whitney’s Italian Paintings to a Major Survey of Marlene Dumas | Artnet News

Art lovers making a pilgrimage to Venice for the delayed opening of the 59th Venice Biennial will have packed dance cards, with art shows staged across the city in conjunction with the centerpiece International exhibition and pavilions from countries around the world, including 30 official collateral events. Here are a few shows to put on your to-see list.


Surrealism and Magic: Enchanted Modernity at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Through September 26, 2022

Max Ernst, Attirement of the Bride (1940). Courtesy of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.

Max Ernst, (1940). Courtesy of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice.

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection has teamed up with the Museum Barberini in Potsdam, Germany, on this celebration of magic and the occult in Surrealist art. (It dovetails nicely with curator Cecilia Alemani’s theme for the biennial’s international exhibition, “The Milk of Dreams.”) Works by Max Ernst, Leonora Carrington, and Remedios Varo are among the 60 pieces on loan for the occasion from 40 international museums and private collections.


Sabine Weiss: The Poetry of the Instant” at the Casa dei Tre Oci
Through October 23, 2022

Sabine Weiss, Enfants porte de Saint-Cloud Paris (1950). ©Sabine Weiss.

Sabine Weiss, (1950). © Sabine Weiss.

For one of its final photography exhibitions before turning over the space to the Berggruen Institute, Casa dei Tre Oci is staging the biggest retrospective yet for French artist Sabine Weiss, who died in December at 97. It features over 200 photos, ranging from portraits of children and new images to fashion shoots and street photography, selected in conversation with Weiss before her death.


“Anselm Kiefer: Questi scritti, quando verranno bruciati, daranno finalmente un po’ di luce (Andrea Emo)” at the Palazzo Ducale
Through October 29, 2022

Installation view of

Installation view of “Anselm Kiefer: Questi scritti, quando verranno bruciati, daranno finalmente un po’ di luce (Andrea Emo),” at the Palazzo Ducale, Venice. Photo: Andrea Avezzù, © Anselm Kiefer.

Anselm Kiefer’s site-specific installation in the Palazzo Ducale’s Sala dello Scrutinio is named after the writings of Venetian philosopher Andrea Emo. The title loosely translates to “These writings, when burned, will finally cast a little light.


“Bruce Nauman: Contrapposto Studies” at the Punta della Dogana
Through November 27, 2022

Bruce Nauman, <em>Contrapposto Studies, I through VII</em> (2015–16). Jointly owned by Pinault Collection and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Installation view, “Bruce Nauman: Contrapposto Studies” at Punta della Dogana, 2021. Photo by Marco Cappelletti, courtesy of Palazzo Grassi, ©Bruce Nauman by SIAE 2021.” width=”1024″ height=”666″ srcset=” 1024w,×195.jpeg 300w,×33.jpeg 50w, 1451w” sizes=”(max-width: 1024px) 100vw, 1024px”/></p>
<p class=Bruce Nauman, (2015–16). Jointly owned by Pinault Collection and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photo: Marco Cappelletti, courtesy of Palazzo Grassi, © Bruce Nauman by SIAE 2021.

Bruce Nauman presents a series of recent video installations that return to the themes of his 1968 piece , a video of the artist attempting to maintain the pose while walking along a narrow wooden corridor.


Georg Baselitz: Archinto at the Museo di Palazzo Grimani
Through November 27, 2022

Georg Baselitz, Jorn (2020). ©Georg Baselitz 2021. Photo by Jochen Littkemann, Berlin, courtesy of Gagosian.

Georg Baselitz, (2020). © Georg Baselitz 2021. Photo: Jochen Littkemann, Berlin, courtesy of Gagosian.

In an homage to Renaissance portraiture, German painter Georg Baselitz created 12 new paintings to hang where the Grimani family portraits were on display in stucco-framed panels until the end of the 19th century. The title is a reference to Titian’s 1558 portrait of Cardinal Filippo Archinto.


Marlene Dumas: Open-End” at the Palazzo Grassi 
Through January 8, 2023

Installation view,

Installation view of “Marlene Dumas: Open-End,” at Palazzo Grassi, 2022. From left to right: (2017), Pinault Collection; (2017), private collection, courtesy of David Zwirner; and (2016), private collection, Switzerland. Photo: Marco Cappelletti with Filippo Rossi, © Palazzo Grassi, © Marlene Dumas.

This show marks the Pinault Collection’s first exhibition—in of its two Venice locations—to be dedicated to a woman artist, the great figurative painter Marlene Dumas, with drawings and paintings dating from 1984 to the present day, including new unseen works.


Hermann Nitsch’s 20th Painting Action at Oficine 800
April 19–July 20, 2022

Hermann Nitsch, who just died at age 83, originally created and presented at the Wiener Secession, Vienna, in 1987, is being shown in its entirety for the first time since it was made in an exhibition organized by Zuecca Projects and Galerie Kandlhofer. The artist’s 20th painting action features a massive 16-by 65-foot work surrounded by smaller canvasses, all from Helmut Essl’s private holdings.


Ugo Rondinone: Burn Shine Fly at the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista
April 20–September 17, 2022

Courtesy of Ugo Rondinone.

Courtesy of Ugo Rondinone.

Ugo Rondinone isn’t revealing much about his Venice show, other than that the title comes from , a 1994 book of poems by his late partner, John Giorno.


Anish Kapoor at the Gallerie dell’Accademia and Palazzo Manfrin
April 20–October 9, 2022

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<p class=Anish Kapoor, (2021). Photo: Dave Morgan, © Anish Kapoor. All rights reserved SIAE, 2021.

At long last, Anish Kapoor will reveal what he’s been doing with his exclusive license to make art with Vantablack, the super light-absorbent material made from carbon nanotubes by Surrey NanoSystems. (He’s dubbed it Kapoor Black, which definitely won’t ruffle any feathers.) The Rijksmuseum’s Taco Dibbits curates the dual presentation of both new and retrospective works.


Sterling Ruby: A Project in Four Acts at the Palazzo Diedo
April 20–November 2022

Palazzo Diedo, Venice. Photo by Alessandro Chemollo, courtesy Berggruen Arts and Culture.

Palazzo Diedo, Venice. Photo: Alessandro Chemollo, courtesy Berggruen Arts and Culture.

Art collector Nicolas Berggruen announced plans to bring his art foundation to Venice last September, but with the new venue at Casa dei Tre Oci still occupied for two more years, the Nicolas Berggruen Charitable Trust acquired a second location in order to stage its first show in time for the biennale. Sterling Ruby, the inaugural artist-in-residence, is working on a multiyear site-specific installation, starting with relief structures across the façade.


From Palestine With Art at the Palazzo Mora
April 20–November 27, 2022

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<p class=Nabil Anani, . Photo courtesy of Zawyeh Gallery.

Though there is no official Palestinian pavilion, Connecticut’s Palestine Museum U.S. has sponsored this show featuring 19 Palestinian and diaspora artists. The show will feature paintings, photography, sculpture, and installations set against a historic map of Palestine on the gallery floor, an olive tree planted at its center.


Kayode Ojo: Could you bare your torso? at Magazzini Ligabue
April 21–July 10, 2022

Work by Kayode Ojo. Courtesy of Flash Art Studios.

Work by Kayode Ojo. Courtesy of Flash Art Studios.

Flash Art Studios organized this solo show for buzzy emerging artist Kayode Ojo. Curated by Gea Politi and Cristiano Seganfreddo, it features a large-scale installation of oversize metal chains suspended between the two buildings of the Magazzini Ligabue, a University of Venice facility used by the Department of Project Cultures in the faculty of art and design.


“PLANET B, Climate Change and the New Sublime” at the Palazzo Bollani
April 21–November 27, 2022

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<p class=Caspar David Friedrich,  (ca. 1818). Collection of the Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg.

The first show from the new international curatorial cooperative Radicants, founded by Nicolas Bourriaud, is about how climate change influences today’s art—specifically through the lens of the sublime, as defined as “a delight tinged with terror” by the 18th-century philosopher Edmund Burke.


Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini
April 22–July 24, 2022

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<p class=Kehinde Wiley,  (2022). © Kehinde Wiley.

Taking as his starting point Hans Holbein the Younger’s 1512 painting , Kehinde Wiley presents new monumental canvases and sculptures responding to the deaths of Black men. This exhibition, expanding upon his “DOWN” series from 2008, is organized by the Musée d’Orsay.


Angela Su: Arise, Hong Kong in Venice” at the Campo della Tana
April 22–November 26, 2022

Angela Su, photo of performance for the video <em>The Magnificent Levitation Act of Lauren O</em> (2022). Video performance. Commissioned by M+. Photo by Ka Lam, courtesy of the artist.” width=”1024″ height=”683″ srcset=” 1024w,×200.jpg 300w,×33.jpg 50w” sizes=”(max-width: 1024px) 100vw, 1024px”/></p>
<p class=Angela Su, photo of performance for the video  (2022). Video performance. Commissioned by M+. Photo: Ka Lam, courtesy of the artist.

The theme of levitation runs through drawings, moving images, embroideries, and installations in this Angela Su solo show, curated by Freya Chou and co-presented by Hong Kong’s M+ museum.


Ha Chong-hyun at Palazzetto Tito
April 23–August 24, 2022

Ha Chong–hyun, <em>Conjunction 22-01</em> (2022). Photo by Sangtae Kim, ©Ha Chong–hyun.” width=”700″ height=”467″ srcset=” 700w,×200.jpeg 300w,×33.jpeg 50w” sizes=”(max-width: 700px) 100vw, 700px”/></p>
<p class=Ha Chong–hyun, (2022). Photo by Sangtae Kim, © Ha Chong–hyun.

This retrospective of Korean painter Ha Chong–hyun, curated by Sunjung Kim, will feature more than 20 works spanning six decades, showcasing his practice beyond his contributions to the nation’s monochrome Dansaekhwa movement.


Louise Nevelson: Persistence” at Procuratie Vecchie
April 23–September 11

Louise Nevelson, <em>Untitled (Sky Cathedral)</em>, 1970–75. ©2022 Estate of Louise Nevelson/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.” width=”950″ height=”765″ srcset=” 950w,×242.jpeg 300w,×40.jpeg 50w” sizes=”(max-width: 950px) 100vw, 950px”/></p>
<p class=Louise Nevelson,  (1970–75). © 2022 Estate of Louise Nevelson/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

This exhibition from the Louise Nevelson Foundation marks the 60th anniversary of the artist’s representing the U.S. at the nation’s pavilion in the 1962 biennale, with 60 works from the 1950s to the 1980s, including a number of her signature large-scale black sculptures of painted wood. It’s at a historic 16th-century building, the Procuratie Vecchie, which has just been restored by David Chipperfield Architects and opened to the public for the first time.


Bosco Sodi: What Goes Around Comes Around” at the Palazzo Vendramin Grimani
April 23–November 27, 2022

Bosco Sodi at work in the Palazzo Vendramin Grimani. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Bosco Sodi at work in the Palazzo Vendramin Grimani. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Bosco Sodi took up residence in the Palazzo Vendramin Grimani in preparation for his show there, making large textured canvases and leaving them to dry in the lagoon air. But the Mexican artist is also bringing a piece of Mexico to Venice, in the form of 195 small spheres made from Oaxacan clay that local residents will get the chance to take home at the end of the show.


“Katharina Grosse: Apollo, Apollo” at Espace Louis Vuitton Venezia
April 23–November 27, 2022

Katharina Grosse, <em>Study for Apollo, Apollo</em> (2021). Photo by Daniela Görgens, ©Katharina Grosse and VG Bild, Bonn, 2022.” width=”688″ height=”1024″ srcset=” 688w,×300.jpeg 202w,×50.jpeg 34w,×1920.jpeg 1291w, 1296w” sizes=”(max-width: 688px) 100vw, 688px”/></p>
<p class=Katharina Grosse, (2021). Photo by Daniela Görgens, © Katharina Grosse and VG Bild, Bonn, 2022.

Katharina Grosse, known for her large-scale, colorful, abstract paintings, is bringing a large-scale photographic print to Venice, of her hands covered in metallic mesh.


Zinaida: Without Women” at Spiazzi
April 23–November 27, 2022

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<p class=Video still from Zinaida, (2017). © Zinaida.

Zinaida, a Ukrainian artist and protégé of Marina Abramović, has been working on her multimedia installation  since 2017, filming male shepherds at work in Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains, isolated in their traditionally masculine roles. Due to shipping difficulties caused by the invasion of Ukraine, the exhibition (organized by the Visual Research Support Foundation and curated by Peter Doroshenko), will be presented in two parts.


Stanley Whitney: The Italian Paintings at Palazzo Tiepolo Passi
April 23–November 27, 2022

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<p class=Stanley Whitney, (1996). Courtesy of Lisson Gallery.

American artist Stanley Whitney moved to Rome for five years in 1992, keeping a studio in Parma even after moving back stateside. The Buffalo AKG Art Museum has put together this show of 30 years of work he’s since made in the country, highlighting the influence of Italian art and architecture on his practice.


Claire Tabouret: I am Spacious, Singing Flesh at Palazzo Cavanis 
April 23–November 27, 2022

Claire Tabouret, The Spell (2018). Photo by Marten Elder, ©Claire Tabouret, courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech.

Claire Tabouret, (2018). Photo: Marten Elder, © Claire Tabouret, courtesy of the artist and Almine Rech.

The Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso para el Arte organized this exhibition of figurative paintings by the French painter Claire Tabouret with the curator Kathryn Weir and the artist’s gallery, Almine Rech. Canvases exploring themes of self, refuge, and release are paired with Italian vernacular devotional objects.

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