The 59th Venice Biennale has a resounding theme of darkness and strength in face of adversity.
One of the most important events in the art world opened in late April after being delayed due to the pandemic.
The Nordic Pavilion has been renamed the Sámi Pavilion for the first time. It aims to celebrate the art and sovereignty of the Indigenous Sámi people who live in Nordic countries and Russia’s Kola Peninsula.
“The wonderful thing about the Venice presence for the Sami this year is that the Nordic Pavilions have joined in giving the Sami room instead of having a separate Norwegian, a separate Swedish and a separate Finnish pavilion,” says Harald
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