Collection by Linda Taalman

More from the 2012 Venice Biennale


The 2012 Venice Biennale is currently taking place until September 25th. Earlier in the week, we shared a recap of the event and here we bring you more photos from the exhibition.

The installation in the Brazil pavilion by Marcio Kogan is a minimal long black monolith with peepholes and speakers.
Here's what it was like to look through the peephole to watch the short film depicting domestic scenes.
In the Danish pavilion, one of the exhibition elements included information about Greenland.
In the Inside Outside–curated exhibition for the Netherlands, designer Petra Blaisse choreographed curtains to move...
The Finnish pavilion was designed by architect Alvar Aalto in 1956.
Here's the interior of Finnish pavilion featuring an exhibition of young finish architects curated by Juulia Kauste.
Here's a shot of the beautiful newly exposed wood structural paneling in the Finnish pavilion.
The exhibition in the German Pavilion, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Architecture as Resource, was curated by Muck Petzet.
Projects in the German pavilion show large-scale photos of models and buildings depicting how the country's architects...
Grafton Architects (Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara), won a Silver Lion award for Promising Practice.
The installation “Gran Horizonte” in the Arsenale by Urban Think Tank architects Alfredo Brillembourg and Hubert...
Here's a photo by Iwan Baan exhibited in the installation.
Arum Installation in the Arsenale by Zaha Hadid Architects.
Mohsen Mostafavi curated a beautiful installation of photographic documentation and analysis models of churches Nicolas...
An exhibition in the main Biennale pavilion explored the history of the pavilions on the Giardini campus, with personal...
In the Hungarian pavilion, the Space Maker exhibition explored the potential of the architectural model.
The Japanese pavilion curated by Toyo Ito launches a program to provide a “Home for All” to people who lost their homes...
A 1:1 facsimile of the Wall House designed by architect Anupama Kundoo in India, the Feel the Ground.
The Dialogue in Details exhibition by architect Toshiko Mori shows 1:2 scale models of her research into houses by...
An exhibition in the main Biennale pavilion on the Milan school simply documents facades.