Venice Biennale 2024, there will be 332 artists. Here's who they are

Presented today in detail the 60th edition of the Venice Biennale. There will be 332 artists exhibiting, including living and historical artists. Here are who they are.

Presented today in detail the next edition of the Venice Biennale , which will open from Saturday, April 20 to Sunday, Nov. 24, 2024, at the Giardini andArsenale. The 60th International Art Exhibition entitled Foreigners Everywhere - Foreigners Everywhere, curated by Adriano Pedrosa and produced by La Biennale di Venezia, will be divided between the Central Pavilion at the Giardini and the Arsenale into two distinct nuclei: Contemporary Nucleus and Historical Nucleus. As a guiding principle, the Biennale Arte 2024 has privileged artists who have never participated in the International Exhibition, even if some of them have already exhibited in a National Pavilion, a Collateral Event or a past edition of the International Exhibition. Special attention will be paid to outdoor projects, both in the Arsenale and the Giardini, and to a program of performances during the pre-opening days and the last weekend of the 60th Exposition.

The title Stranieri Ovunque - Foreigners Every where is taken from a series of works created since 2004 by the Paris-born, Palermo-based collective Claire Fontaine. These works consist of neon sculptures of various colors bearing the words “Foreigners Everywhere” in different languages. The expression was in turn taken from the name of a collective of the same name from Turin that was fighting against racism and xenophobia in Italy in the early 2000s. "The expression Stranieri Ovunque,“ explains Adriano Pedrosa, ”has more than one meaning. First, it is meant to imply that wherever you go and wherever you are you will always meet foreigners: they are/we are everywhere. Second, that regardless of one’s location, deep down one is always truly a foreigner."

The contemporary corewill develop and focus on the production of four related subjects, four different meanings of the term “foreigner”: the queer artist, who moves within different sexualities and genders and is often persecuted or banned; the outsider artist, who is on the margins of the art world, much like the self-taught or so-called folk or popular artist; and the indigenous artist, who is often treated as a foreigner in his or her own land. The production of these four subjects will be the focus of this edition and will constitute the Contemporary Core. “Indigenous artists,” Pedrosa explains, “will have an emblematic presence and their works will welcome the public in the Central Pavilion, with a monumental mural created by the Brazilian collective Mahku on the facade of the building, and in the Corderie, where the Maataho collective from Aotearoa/New Zealand will present a large installation in the first hall. Queer artists will be present in each space and will be the focus of a large section in the Corderie, as well as an area dedicated to queer abstraction in the Central Pavilion.” In addition, the Contemporary Core will host a special section in the Corderie dedicated to Disobedience Archive, a project by Marco Scotini that since 2005 has been developing a video archive focused on the relationships between artistic practices and activism. The presentation of Disobedience Archive in the Exhibition is designed by Juliana Ziebell, who also worked on the exhibition architecture of the entire International Exhibition. This section, divided into two main parts specially designed for the Exhibition, entitled Diaspora Activism and Gender Disobedience. Disobedience Archive will include works by 39 artists and collectives made between 1975 and 2023.

In contrast, the Historical Core, Pedrosa further explains, “is composed of 20th-century works from Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Arab world. Much has been written about global modernisms and those of the Global South, which is why works from these territories will be exhibited in some rooms, as if to constitute a kind of essay, a draft, a hypothetical curatorial experiment aimed at questioning the boundaries and definitions of Modernism. We know all too well the history of Modernism in Euroamerica, but the modernisms of the global South remain largely unknown.” The Historical Core includes three rooms in the Central Pavilion: the room titled Portraits, the room dedicated to Abstractions , and a third room dedicated to the Italian artistic diaspora around the world throughout the course of the 20th century. The two rooms housing Portraits will include the works of 112 artists, mostly paintings, but also works on paper and sculptures, covering a time span from 1905 to 1990. The theme relating to the human figure will be explored in different ways by artists from the Global South, reflecting on the crisis in the representation of the human that characterized much of 20th-century art. The room devoted to Abstractions will include 37 artists: almost all will be shown together for the first time in unexpected juxtapositions, thus hoping for unprecedented connections, associations and parallels that go far beyond the rather simple categories I have proposed. Among others, artists from Korea and Singapore, formerly part of the so-called Third World, or historically significant indigenous Maori artists such as Selwyn Wilson and Sandy Adsett, from Aotearoa/New Zealand, are featured in this section. In addition, a third room in the Historical Core will be devoted to the diaspora of Italian artists who traveled and moved abroad, integrating into local cultures and building their careers in Africa, Asia, Latin America as well as the rest of Europe and the United States; artists who often played a significant role in the development of Modernist narratives outside Italy. This room will display the works of 40 first- or second-generation Italian authors, placed in glass and concrete easel displays by Lina Bo Bardi (an Italian who moved to Brazil and winner of the Special Golden Lion in Memory of the 2021 Architecture Biennale).

“In the course of the research,” Pedrosa emphasizes, “two different but related elements emerged rather organically that were developed to the point of imposing themselves as leitmotifs throughout the Exhibition. The first is textiles, explored by many of the artists involved, starting with key figures in the Historical Core, up to many authors present in the Contemporary Core. These works reveal an interest in craft, tradition and the handmade, as well as in techniques that, in the broader field of fine arts, have sometimes been considered other or foreign, foreign or strange. A second element is the artists-many of them indigenous-bound by blood. Here, too, tradition plays an important role: the transmission of knowledge and practices from father or mother to son or daughter or between siblings and relatives.”

The Exhibition will be flanked by 90 National Participations in the historic Pavilions at the Giardini, the Arsenale and the historic center of Venice. Four countries are participating in the Art Biennale for the first time: the Republic of Benin, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Timor Leste, and the United Republic of Tanzania. Nicaragua, Republic of Panama and Senegal are participating for the first time with their own pavilions. The City of Venice is participating, as always, with its own Pavilion, the Venice Pavilion, at the Giardini di Sant’Elena.

There will also be 30 Collateral Events approved by the Curator and promoted by public and private nonprofit organizations and institutions; they are organized in numerous venues in the city of Venice and offer a wide range of contributions and participations that enrich the pluralism of voices that characterizes the Exhibition.

There are two special projects. Ten works by Italian artist Nedda Gu idi (Gubbio, 1927 - Rome, 2015), featured in the competition in the International Exhibition, will be exhibited at Forte Marghera inside the building called the Austrian Powder Magazine. “Invited for the innovative techniques used in ceramic sculpture,” explained Adriano Pedrosa, “Guidi combines the figure of the expert craftsman with the genius of art, not a ’simple’ ceramist but a sculptor fundamental to the evolution of contemporary ceramics.” The second project, at the Pavilion of Applied Arts (Arsenal, Sale d’Armi), is that of Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes (1960), known for her work that overlaps Brazilian cultural imagery and references to Western modernist painting, will present seven paintings and as many large-scale collages. The Pavilion project, this year curated by Adriano Pedrosa, is now in its eighth year and is the fruFo of a collaboration between La Biennale and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London.

The official catalog, entitled Stranieri Ovunque - Foreigners Everywhere, consists of two volumes. Volume I is devoted to the International Exhibition edited by Adriano Pedrosa. In the first pages the two short introductions by President Pietrangelo Buttafuoco and President Roberto Cicutto are followed by an interview with Adriano Pedrosa by Julieta Gonzàles. The first part of the volume is devoted to critical essays and some “Conversations,” including interviews with the Golden Lions for Lifetime Achievement, Anna Maria Maiolino and Nil Yalter; the second part is devoted to the presentation of the exhibited artists divided into two main sections: Historical Core and Contemporary Core. Each artist is introduced by an in-depth critical text and his or her work is illustrated by an iconographic apparatus. Volume II is devoted to National Participations and Collateral Events. The Exhibition Guide is designed to accompany the visitor along the exhibition route.

The graphic identity and design of the Biennale Arte 2024 publications is by Estudio Campo (Paula Tinoco, Roderico Souza, Carolina Aboarrage) of São Paulo, Brazil. The three volumes are published by La Biennale di Venezia. The 60th Exhibition is also realized with the support of Swatch, Partner of the event. Main Sponsor of the event is illycaffè, sponsors are American Express, Bloomberg Philantropies, Vela-Venezia Unica. Rai is Media Partner of the 60th International Art Exhibition and will follow the event with a dedicated offering on TV, radio and the web.

The artists of the International Exhibition

1. Pacita Abad Basco, Philippines, 1946-2004, Singapore

2. Mariam Abdel-Aleem, Alexandria, Egypt, 1930-2010

3. Etel Adnan, Beirut, Lebanon, 1925-2021, Paris, France

4. Sandy Adsett, Wairoa, New Zealand, 1939. Lives in Hastings, New Zealand

5. Affandi Cirebon, Indonesia, 1907-1990, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

6. Zubeida Agha Lyallpur, India, 1922-1997, Islamabad, Pakistan

7. Dia al-Azzawi, Baghdad, Iraq, 1939. Lives in London, UK, Jordan and Lebanon.

8. Claudia Alarcón & Silät, Comunidad La Puntana, Salta, Argentina, 1989. Lives in Comunidad La Puntana

9. Rafa al-Nasiri, Tikrit, Iraq, 1940-2013, Amman, Jordan

10. Miguel Alandia Pantoja, Catavi, Bolivia, 1914-1975, Lima, Peru

11. Aloïse, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1886-1964, Gimel, Switzerland

12. Giulia Andreani, Venice, Italy, 1985. Lives in Paris, France.

13. Claudia Andujar, Neuchatel, Switzerland, 1931. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil

14. María Aranís Valdivia, Santiago, Chile, 1903-1966, Chile

15. Aravani Art Project, Founded in Bangalore, India, 2016. Based in several cities in India

16. Iván Argote, Bogotá, Colombia, 1983. Lives in Paris, France

17. Karimah Ashadu, London, UK, 1985. Lives in Hamburg, Germany, and Lagos, Nigeria

18. Dana Awartani, Palestinian, born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1987. Lives in Jeddah

19. Aycoobo (Wilson Rodríguez), La Chorrera, Colombia, 1967. Lives in Bogotá, Colombia

20. Margarita Azurdia, Antigua, Guatemala, 1931-1998, Guatemala City.

21. Leilah Babirye, Kampala, Uganda, 1985. Lives in New York City, USA

22. Libero Badii, Arezzo, Italy, 1916-2001, Buenos Aires, Argentina

23. Ezekiel Baroukh, Mansoura, Egypt, 1909-1984, Paris, France

24. Baya, Bordj El Kiffan, Algeria, 1931-1998, Blida, Algeria

25. Aly Ben Salem, Tunis, Tunisia, 1910-2001, Stockholm, Scezia

26. Semiha Berksoy, Istanbul, Turkey, 1910-2004

27. Gianni Bertini, Pisa, Italy, 1922-2010, Caen, France

28. Lina Bo Bardi, Rome, Italy, 1914-1992, São Paulo, Brazil

29. Maria Bonomi, Meina, Italy, 1935. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil

30. Bordadoras de Isla Negra, Founded in Isla Negra, Chile, 1967-1980

31. Victor Brecheret, Farnese, Italy, 1894-1955, São Paulo, Brazil

32. Huguette Caland, Beirut, Lebanon, 1931-2019

33. Sol Calero, Caracas, Venezuela, 1982. Lives in Berlin, Germany

34. Elda Cerrato, Asti, Italy, 1930-2023, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

35. Mohammed Chebaa, Tangiers, Morocco, 1935-2013, Casablanca, Morocco

36. Georgette Chen, Zhejiang, China, 1906-1993, Singapore

37. Galileo Chini, Florence, Italy, 1873-1956

38. Kudzanai Chiurai, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1980. Lives in Harare

39. Isaac Chong Wai, Hong Kong, 1990. Lives in Berlin, Germany and Hong Kong

40. Saloua Raouda Choucair, Beirut, Lebanon, 1916-2017

41. Chaouki Choukini, Choukine, Lebanon, 1946. Lives in La Verrière, France

42. Chua Mia Tee, 1931, Shantou, China. Lives in Singapore.

43. Claire Fontaine, Founded in Paris, France, 2004. Based in Palermo, Italy.

44. Manauara Clandestina, Manaus, Brazil, 1992. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil.

45. River Claure, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1997. Lives in Cochabamba and La Paz, Bolivia.

46. Julia Codesido, Lima, Peru, 1883-1979.

47. Liz Collins, Alexandria, USA, 1968. Lives in Brooklyn, USA

48. Jaime Colson, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, 1901-1975, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

49. Waldemar Cordeiro, Rome, Italy, 1925-1973, São Paulo, Brazil

50. Monika Correa, Mumbai, India, 1938. Lives in Mumbai

51. Beatriz Cortez, San Salvador, El Salvador, 1970. Lives in Los Angeles and Davis, USA

52. Olga Costa, Leipzig, Germany, 1913-1993, Guanajuato, Mexico

53. Miguel Covarrubias, Mexico City, 1904-1957

54. Victor Juan Cúnsolo, Vittoria, Italy, 1898-1936 Lanus, Argentina

55. Andrés Curruchich, Comalapa, Guatemala, 1891-1969

56. Rosa Elena Curruchich, Comalapa, Guatemala, 1958-2005

57. Djanira da Motta e Silva, Avaré, Brazil, 1914-1979, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

58. Olga De Amaral, Bogotá, Colombia, 1932. Lives in Bogotá

59. Filippo de Pisis, Ferrara, Italy, 1896-1956, Milan, Italy

60. Juan Del Prete, Vasto, Italy, 1897-1987, Buenos Aires, Argentina

61. Pablo Delano, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1954. Lives in West Hartford, USA

62. Emiliano Di Cavalcanti, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1897-1976

63. Danilo Di Prete, Zambra, Italy, 1911-1985, São Paulo, Brazil

64. Cícero Dias, Escada, Brazil, 1907-2003, Paris, France

65 - 105. Disobedience Archive - Marco Scotini, with Ursula Biemann, Black Audio-Film Collective, Seba Calfuqueo, Simone Cangelosi, Cinéastes pour les sans-papiers, Critical Art Ensemble, Snow Hnin Ei Hlaing, Marcelo Expósite, Maria Galindo & Mujeres Creando, Barbara Hammer, mixrice, Khaled Jarrar, Sara Jordenö, Bani Khoshnoudi, Maria Kourkouta & Niki Giannari, Pedro Lemebel, LIMINAL & Border Forensics, Angela Melitopoulos, Jota Mombaça, Carlos Motta, Zanele Muholi, Pınar Ö?renci, Daniela Ortiz, Thunska Pansittivorakul, Anand Patwardhan, Pilot TV Collective, Queerocracy, Oliver Ressler and Zanny Begg, Carole Roussopoulos, Güliz Sa?lam, Irwan Ahmett & Tita Salina, Tejal Shah, Chi Yin Sim, Hito Steyerl, Sweatmother, Raphaël Grisey and Bouba Touré, Nguy?n Trinh Thi, James Wentzy, elimir ilnik.

106. Juana Elena Diz, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1925 - ?

107. Tarsila do Amaral, Capivari, Brazil, 1886-1973, São Paulo, Brazil

108. Saliba Douaihy, Ehden, Lebanon, 1915-1994, New York City, USA

109. Dullah Surakarta, Indonesia, 1919-1996, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

110. Inji Efflatoun, Cairo, Egypt, 1924-1989

111. Uzo Egonu, Onitsha, Nigeria, 1931-1996, London, UK

112. Mohammad Ehsaei, Qazvin, Iran, 1939. Lives in Tehran, Iran, and Vancouver, Canada

113. Hatem El Mekki, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1918-2003, Carthage, Tunisia

114. Aref El Rayess, Aley, Lebanon, 1928-2005.

115. Ibrahim El-Salahi, Omduran, Sudan, 1930. Lives in Oxford, UK.

116. Elyla, Chontales, Nicaragua, 1989. Lives in Masaya, Nicaragua.

117. Ben Enwonwu, Onitsha, Nigeria, 1917-1994, Lagos, Nigeria.

118. Romany Eveleigh, London, UK, 1934-2020, Rome, Italy

119. Hamed Ewais, Beni Soueif, Egypt, 1919-2011, Cairo, Egypt

120. Dumile Feni, Worcester, South Africa, 1939-1991, New York City, USA

121. Alessandra Ferrini, Florence, Italy, 1984. Lives in London, UK

122. Cesare Ferro Milone, Turin, Italy, 1880-1934

123. Raquel Forner, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1902-1988

124. Simone Forti, Florence, Italy, 1935. Lives in Los Angeles, USA

125. Victor Fotso Nyie, Doula, Cameroon, 1990. Lives in Faenza, Italy

126. Louis Fratino, Annapolis, USA, 1993. Lives in Brooklyn, USA

127. Paolo Gasparini, Gorizia, Italy, 1934. Lives in Trieste, Caracas, Venezuela and Mexico City.

128. n d re d sin l, Osogbo, Nigeria, 1948-2021

129. Umberto Giangrandi, Pontedera, Italy, 1943. Lives in Bogotá, Colombia

130. Madge Gill, Walthamstow, UK, 1882-1961, London, UK.

131. Marlene Gilson, Wadawurrung, Warrnambool, Australia, 1944. Lives in Gordon, Australia

132. Luigi Domenico Gismondi, Sanremo, Italy, 1872-1946, Mollendo, Peru

133. Domenico Gnoli, Rome, Italy, 1933-1970, New York City, USA

134. Gabrielle Goliath, Kimberley, South Africa, 1983. Lives in Johannesburg, South Africa

135. Brett Graham, Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand, 1967. Lives in Auckland.

136. Fred Graham, Arapuni, Aotearoa, New Zealand, 1928. Lives in Waiuku, Aotearoa, New Zealand.

137. Enrique Grau Araújo, Panama City, Panama, 1920-2004, Bogotá, Colombia

138. Oswaldo Guayasamín, Quito, Ecuador, 1919-1999, Baltimore, USA

139. Nedda Guidi, Gubbio, Italy, 1923-2015, Rome, Italy

140. Hendra Gunawan, Bandung, Indonesia, 1918-1983 Bali, Indonesia

141. Antonio Jose Guzman (Panama City, 1971. Lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands and Panama City) & Iva Jankovic (Ruma, Serbia, 1979. Lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands)

142. Marie Hadad, Beirut, Lebanon, 1889-1973

143. Samia Halaby, Jerusalem, Palestine, 1936. Lives in New York City, USA

144. Tahia Halim, Dongola, Sudan, 1919-2003, Cairo, Egypt

145. Lauren Halsey, Los Angeles, USA, 1987. Lives in Los Angeles.

146. Nazek Hamdi, Cairo, Egypt, 1926-2019

147. Mohamed Hamidi, Casablanca, Morocco, 1941. Lives in Casablanca and Azemmour, Morocco.

148. Faik Hassan, Baghdad, Iraq, 1914-1992, Paris, France

149. Kadhim Hayder, Baghdad, Iraq, 1932-1985.

150. Gilberto Hernández Ortega, Baní, Dominican Republic, 1923-1979, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

151. Carmen Herrera, Havana, Cuba, 1915-2022, New York City, USA

152. Evan Ifekoya, Iperu, Nigeria, 1988. Lives in London, UK

153. Julia Isídrez, Itá, Paraguay, 1967. Lives in Itá

154. Mohammed Issiakhem, Tizi Ouzou, Algeria, 1928-1985, Algiers, Algeria

155. Elena Izcue Cobián, Lima, Peru, 1889-1970.

156. María Izquierdo, San Juan de los Lagos, Mexico, 1902-1955, Mexico City

157. Nour Jaouda, Cairo, Egypt, 1997. Lives in Cairo and London, UK

158. Rindon Johnson, San Francisco, USA, 1990. Lives in Berlin, Germany

159. Joyce Joumaa, Beirut, Lebanon, 1998. Lives in Montreal, Canada.

160. Mohammed Kacimi, Meknes, Morocco, 1942-2003, Rabat, Morocco.

161. Frida Kahlo, itty of Mexico, 1907-1954.

162. Nazira Karimi, Dushanbe, Tajikistan, 1996. Lives in Almaty, Kazakhstan and Vienna, Austria.

163. George Keyt, Kandy, Sri Lanka, 1901-1993, Colombo, Sri Lanka

164. Bhupen Khakhar, Bombay, India, 1934-2003, Baroda, India

165. Bouchra Khalili, Casablanca, Morocco, 1975. Lives in Berlin, Germany and Vienna, Austria

166. Kiluanji Kia Henda, Luanda, Angola, 1979. Lives in Luanda

167. Linda Kohen, Milan, Italy, 1924. Lives in Montevideo, Uruguay

168. Shalom Kufakwatenzi, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1995. Lives in Harare

169. Ram Kumar, Shimla, India, 1924-2018, Delhi, India

170. Fred Kuwornu, Bologna, Italy, 1971. Lives in New York City, USA

171. Grace Salome Kwami, Worawora, Ghana, 1923-2006.

172. Lai Foong Moi, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, 1931-1995, Singapore

173. Wifredo Lam, Sagua la Grande, Cuba, 1902-1982, Paris, France

174. Judith Lauand, Araraquara, Brazil, 1922-2022, São Paulo, Brazil

175. Maggie Laubser, Bloublommetjieskloof, South Africa, 1886-1973, Strand, South Africa

176. Simon Lekgetho, Schoemansville, South Africa, 1929-1985, Ga-Rankuwa, South Africa

177. Celia Leyton Vidal, Santiago, Chile, 1895-1975

178. Lim Mu Hue, Singapore, 1936-2008

179. Romualdo Locatelli, Bergamo, Italy, 1905-1943, Manila, Philippines

180. Bertina Lopes, Maputo, Mozambique, 1924-2012, Rome, Italy

181. Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1900-1995

182. Anita Magsaysay-Ho, Zambales, Philippines, 1914-2012, Manila, Philippines

183. MAHKU (Movimento dos Artistas Huni Kuin), Founded in the Kaxinawá (Huni Kuin) Indigenous Territory, Acre, Brazil, 2013. Based in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Territory (Huni Kuin), Brazil.

184. Esther Mahlangu, Middelburg, South Africa, 1935. Lives in Mpumalanga, South Africa

185. Anna Maria Maiolino, Scalea, Italy, 1942. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil

186. Anita Malfatti, São Paulo, Brazil, 1889-1964

187. Ernest Mancoba, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1904-2002, Clamart, France

188. Edna Manley, Bournemouth, England, 1900-1987, Kingston, Jamaica

189. Josiah Manzi, Zimbabwe, 1933-2022

190. Teresa Margolles, Culiacán, Mexico, 1963. Lives in Mexico City and Madrid, Spain

191. Maria Martins, Campanha, Brazil, 1894-1973, Rio de Janeiro

192. María Martorell, Salta, Argentina, 1909-2010.

193. Mataaho Collective, 2012, Aotearoa, New Zealand. Based in Aotearoa, New Zealand

194. Naminapu Maymuru-White, Yirrkala, Australia, 1952. Lives in Yirrkala

195. Mohamed Melehi, Asilah, Morocco, 1936-2020, Paris, France

196. Carlos Mérida, Guatemala City, 1891-1985, Mexico City

197. Gladys Mgudlandlu, Peddie, South Africa, (1917-1926?)-1979, Cape Town, South Africa

198. Omar Mismar, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, 1986. Lives in Beirut, Lebanon.

199. Sabelo Mlangeni, Mpumalanga, South Africa, 1980. Lives in Johannesburg, South Africa.

200. Tina Modotti, Udine, Italy, 1896-1942, Mexico City.

201. Bahman Mohasses, Rasht, Iran, 1931-2010, Rome, Italy

202. Roberto Montenegro, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1885-1968, Mexico City

203. Camilo Mori Serrano, Valparaíso, Chile, 1896-1973, Santiago, Chile

204. Ahmed Morsi, Alexandria, Egypt, 1930. Lives in New York City, USA

205. Effat Naghi, Alexandria, Egypt, 1905-1994.

206. Ismael Nery, Belem, Brazil, 1900-1934, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

207. Malangatana Valente Ngwenya, Matalana, Mozambique, 1936-2011, Matosinhos, Portugal

208. Paula Nicho, Comalapa, Guatemala, 1955. Lives in Comalapa

209. Costantino Nivola, Orani, Italy, 1911-1988, East Hampton, USA

210. Taylor Nkomo, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 1957. Lives in Harare, Zimbabwe

211. Marina Núñez del Prado, La Paz, Bolivia, 1910-1995, Lima, Peru

212. Philomé Obin, Bas-Limbé, Haiti, 1892-1986

213. Sénèque Obin, Limbé, Haiti, 1893-1977

214. Alejandro Obregón, Barcelona, Spain, 1920-1991, Cartagena, Colombia

215. Tomie Ohtake, Kyoto, Japan, 1912-2015, São Paulo, Brazil

216. Uche Okeke, Nimo, Nigeria, 1933-2016.

217. Marco Ospina, Bogotá, Colombia, 1912-1983

218. Samia Osseiran Junblatt, Saida, Lebanon, 1944. Lives in Bramiyeh, Lebanon.

219. Daniel Otero Torres, Bogotá, Colombia, 1985. Lives in Paris, France.

220. Lydia Ourahmane, Saïda, Algeria, 1992. Lives in Algiers, Algeria and Barcelona, Spain

221. Pan Yuliang, Yangzhou, China, 1895-1977, Paris, France

222. Dalton Paula, Brasília, Brazil, 1982. Lives in Goiânia, Brazil

223. Amelia Peláez, Yaguajay, Cuba, 1896-1968, Havana, Cuba

224. George Pemba, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 1912-2001, Eastern Cape, South Africa

225. Fulvio Pennacchi, Villa Collemandina, Italy, 1905-1992, São Paulo, Brazil

226. Claudio Perna, Milan, Italy, 1938-1997, Holguín, Cuba

227. Emilio Pettoruti, La Plata, Argentina, 1892-1971, Paris, France

228. Lê Ph?, Hanoi, Vietnam, 1907-2001, Paris, France

229. Bona Pieyre De Mandiargues, Rome, Italy, 1926 -2000, Paris, France

230. Ester Pilone, Cuneo, Italy, 1920 - ?

231. La Chola Poblete, Mendoza, Argentina, 1989. Lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina

232. Charmaine Poh, Singapore, 1990. Lives in Berlin, Germany and Singapore

233. Maria Polo, Venice, Italy, 1937-1983, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

234. Candido Portinari, Brodowski, Brazil, 1903 - 1962, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

235. Sandra Poulson, Angolan, born in Lisbon, Portugal, 1995. Lives in Luanda, Angola and London, UK

236. B. Prabha, Maharashtra, India, 1933-2001, Nagpur, India

237. Lidy Prati, Resistencia, Argentina, 1921-2008, Buenos Aires, Argentina

238. Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo), Dallas, USA, 1989. Lives in New York City, USA.

239. Lee Qoede Chilgok, South Korea, 1913-1965.

240. Agnes Questionmark, Rome, Italy, 1995. Lives in Rome and New York City, USA.

241. Violeta Quispe, Lima, Peru, 1989. Lives in Lima

242. Alfredo Ramos Martinez, Monterrey, Mexico, 1871-1946, Los Angeles, USA

243. Sayed Haider Raza, Madhya Pradesh, India, 1922-2016, Delhi, India

244. Armando Reverón, Caracas, Venezuela, 1889-1954

245. Emma Reyes, Bogotá, Colombia, 1919-2003, Bordeaux, France

246. Diego Rivera, Guanajuato City, Mexico, 1886-1957, Mexico City

247. Juana Marta Rodas, Itá, Paraguay, 1925-2003.

248. Laura Rodig Pizarro, Los Andes, Chile, 1896/1901-1972, Santiago, Chile

249. Abel Rodríguez, Cahuinarí, Colombia, 1941. Lives in Bogotá, Colombia

250. Aydeé Rodriguez Lopez, Cuajinicuilapa, Mexico, 1955. Lives in Cuajinicuilapa.

251. Freddy Rodriguez, Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic, 1945-2003, New York City, USA.

252. Miguel Ángel Rojas, Bogotá, Colombia, 1946. Lives in Bogotá.

253. Rosa Rolanda, Azusa, USA, 1896-1970, Mexico City.

254. Jamini Roy, Bengal, India, 1887-1972, Calcutta, India

255. Rómulo Rozo, Bogotá, Colombia, 1899-1964, Mérida, Mexico

256. Erica Rutherford, Edinburgh, UK, 1923-2008, Charlottetown, Canada

257. José Sabogal, Cajabamba, Peru, 1888-1956, Lima, Peru

258. Mahmoud Sabri, Baghdad, Iraq, 1927-2012, Maidenhead, UK

259. Syed Sadequain, Amroha, India, 1930-1987, Karachi, Pakistan

260. Nena Saguil, Manila, Philippines, 1914-1994, Paris, France

261. Mahmoud Saïd, Alexandria, Egypt, 1897-1964

262. Kazuya Sakai, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1927-2001, Dallas, USA

263. Ione Saldanha, Alegrete, Brazil, 1919-2001, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

264. Dean Sameshima, California, USA, 1971. Lives in Berlin, Germany

265. Zilia Sánchez, Havana, Cuba, 1926. Lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico

266. Bárbara Sánchez-Kane, Mérida, Mexico, 1987. Lives in Mexico City.

267. Nenne Sanguineti Poggi, Savona, Italy, 1909-2012, Finale Ligure, Italy

268. Fanny Sanín, Bogotá, Colombia, 1938. Lives in New York City, USA

269. Aligi Sassu, Milan, Italy, 1912-2000, Pollença, Spain

270. Greta Schödl, Hollabrunn, Austria, 1929. Lives in Bologna, Italy

271. Ana Segovia, Mexico City, 1991. Lives in Mexico City.

272. Gerard Sekoto, Botshabelo, South Africa, 1913-1993, Nogent-sur-Marne, France

273. Jewad Selim, Ankara, Turkey, 1919-1961, Baghdad, Iraq

274. Lorna Selim, Sheffield, UK, 1928-2021, Abergavenny, UK

275. Joshua Serafin, Bacolod, Philippines, 1995. Lives in Brussels, Belgium

276. Kang Seung Lee, Seoul, South Korea, 1978. Lives in Los Angeles, USA

277. Gino Severini, Cortona, Italy, 1883-1966, Paris, France

278. Amrita Sher-Gil, Budapest, Hungary, 1913-1941, Lahore, India

279. Anwar Jalal Shemza, Shimla, India, 1928-1985, Stafford, UK

280. Yinka Shonibare, London, UK, 1962. Lives in London.

281. Doreen Sibanda, Derby, UK, 1954. Lives in Harare, Zimbabwe

282. Fadjar Sidik, Surabaya, Indonesia, 1930-2004, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

283. Gazbia Sirry, Cairo, Egypt, 1925-2021.

284. Lucas Sithole, KwaThema, South Africa, 1931-1994, Spekboom, South Africa

285. Francis Newton Souza, Saligao, India, 1924-2002, Mumbai, India

286. Joseph Stella, Muro Lucano, Italy, 1877-1946, New York City, USA

287. Irma Stern, Schweizer-Reneke, South Africa, 1894-1966, Cape Town, South Africa

288. Leopold Strobl, Mistelbach, Austria, 1960. Lives in Mistelbach

289. Emiria Sunassa, Tanahwangko, Indonesia, 1894-1964, Lampung , Indonesia

290. Superflex, Founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1993. Based in Copenhagen.

291. Armodio Tamayo, La Paz, Bolivia, 1924-1964.

292. Maria Taniguchi, Dumaguete, Philippines, 1981. Lives in Manila, Philippines

293. Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Chengdu, China, 1981. Lives in Rotterdam, Netherlands

294. Lucy Tejada, Pereira, Colombia, 1920-2011, Cali, Colombia.

295. Mariana Telleria, Rufino, Argentina, 1979. Lives in Rosario, Argentina

296. üne? Terkol, Istanbul, Turkey, 1981. Lives in Istanbul.

297. Eduardo Terrazas, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1936. Lives in Mexico City.

298. Clorindo Testa, Benevento, Italy, 1923-2013, Buenos Aires, Argentina

299. Salman Toor, Lahore, Pakistan, 1983. Lives in New York, USA.

300. Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Mexico City, 1988. Lives in Mexico City and Berlin, Germany.

301. Horacio Torres, Livorno, Italy, 1924-1976, New York City, USA.

302. Joaquin Torres-Garcìa, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1874-1949

303. Mario Tozzi, Fossombrone, Italy, 1895-1979, Saint-Jean-du-Gard, France

304. Twins Seven Seven, Ijara, Nigeria, 1944-2011, Ibadan, Nigeria

305. Ahmed Umar, Sudan, 1988. Lives in Oslo, Norway

306. Unidentified Chilean women artists, Arpillera.

307. Rubem Valentim, Salvador, Brazil, 1922-1991, São Paulo, Brazil

308. Edoardo Daniele Villa, Bergamo, Italy, 1915-2011, Johannesburg, South Africa

309. Eliseu Visconti, Giffoni Valle Piana, Italy, 1866-1944, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

310. Alfredo Volpi, Lucca, Italy, 1896-1988, São Paulo, Brazil

311. Kay WalkingStick, Syracuse, USA, 1935. Lives in Pennsylvania, USA

312. WangShui, Dallas, USA, 1986. Lives in New York City, USA

313. Agnes Waruguru, Nairobi, Kenya, 1994. Lives in Nairobi.

314. Barrington Watson, Lucea, Jamaica, 1931-2016, Kingston, Jamaica.

315. Osmond Watson, Kingston, Jamaica, 1934-2005.

316. Susanne Wenger, Graz, Austria, 1915-2009, Osogbo, Nigeria

317. Emmi Whitehorse, New Mexico, USA, 1956. Lives in New Mexico.

318. Selwyn Wilson, Taumarere, New Zealand, 1927-2002, Kawakawa, Northland, New Zealand

319. Chang Woosoung, Chungju-si, South Korea, 1912-2005, Seoul, South Korea

320. Celeste Woss y Gil, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1891-1985.

321. Xiyadie, Shaanxi, China, 1963. Lives in Shandong, China

322. Rember Yahuarcani, Pebas, Peru, 1985. Lives in Pebas and Lima, Peru.

323. Santiago Yahuarcani, Pebas, Peru, 1960. Lives in Pebas

324. Nil Yalter, Cairo, Egypt, 1938. Lives in Paris, France

325. Joseca Mokahesi Yanomami, Yanomami Indigenous Territory, Brazil, 1971. Lives in Yanomami Indigenous Territory.

326. André Taniki Yanomami, Yanomami Indigenous Territory, Brazil, 1949. Lives in Yanomami Indigenous Territory

327. Yêdamaria, Salvador, Brazil, 1932-2016.

328. Ramses Younan, Minya, Egypt, 1913-1966, Cairo, Egypt

329. Kim YunShin, Wonsan, Korea, 1935. Lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Seoul, South Korea.

330. Fahrelnissa Zeid, Büyükada, Turkey, 1901-1991, Amman, Jordan

331. Anna Zemánková, Olomouc, Moravia, 1908-1986, Prague, Czechoslovakia

332. Bibi Zogbé, Sahel Alma, Lebanon, 1890-1975, Mar del Plata, Argentina

Venice Biennale 2024, there will be 332 artists. Here's who they are
Venice Biennale 2024, there will be 332 artists. Here's who they are

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