Caroline Bagenal in Afterimage

November 30, 2011

Assoc. Prof. Caroline Bagenal’s report on the Venice Biennale is published in the most recent Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism, Nov/Dec 2011, Vol. 39, No. 3 issue.

The Venice Biennale has grown to enormous proportions, with the 2011 edition boasting eighty-nine national pavilions, the vast Arsenale, and numerous ancillary exhibitions. Despite the scale and varied quality of work on view, the Biennale remains one of the best opportunities to see contemporary art from all over the world. This review is a selective tour of some of the most memorable exhibitions, with a focus on work by young international artists who may not be well known in the United States. except from GLOBAL SPECTACLE: 2011 Venice Biennale by Caroline Bagenal

The most recent Afterimage is available at Montserrat’s Paul M. Scott Library where you can read Prof. Bagenal’s article in full.