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  • 'Each Venice Biennale is different: this keeps us coming back every two years, for the feast-of-too-much-art, the slogging itineraries, the avalanche of brochures, the mobs of artists, gallerists, critics, poseurs and art lovers. It is gargantuan, exhausting, exasperating, occasionally even exhilarating. Here the international art world is compressed into one spotlit hothouse, plonked in an overwhelmed water-gated community with temporarily converged interests. But 2017 is even darker and more troubled than recent years. What is the role of art in the confronting situations the world faces today?' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The Monthly no. 135 July 2017 11515866 2017 periodical issue 2017 pg. 50-53
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    Western Europe, Europe,
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