Antarctic Pavilion

Established in 2014 as an international interface of the Antarctic Biennale (with the support of the AVC Charity Foundation), the Antarctic Pavilion is the first ever supranational pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

2016

Antarctica Energy, Production Angelica Lorenzi, Alexander Nanu, Dennis Schiaroli, studio hani rashid

9 May — 22 November

15TH VENICE BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE

ANTARCTICA: RE-CYCLICAL a frontier in flux, an exhibition by Hani Rashid and his studio in the IoA University of Applied Arts Vienna. The results of this architectural research offer a new form of architecture, planning, thinking and creating new cities in Antarctica in distant future.

2015

Curated by Nadim Samman

56TH VENICE BIENNALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Alexander Ponomarev exhibited his installation CONCORDIA in the Antarctic Pavilion. The basis for this project was the idea of Salvation, as developed by the artist for many years, and of Concordia between people and nations.

2014

Alexey Kozyr & Ilya Babak, Arctic Poppy, Ornagery in Antarctica

Alexey Kozyr & Ilya Babak, Arctic Poppy, Ornagery in Antarctica

7 June — 23 November

14TH VENICE BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE

The Antarctic Pavilion opened with the exhibition ANTARCTOPIA. It featured 15 world-famous architects, including Zaha Hadid, Hugh Broughton, Alexey Kozyr, and others, and showcased both speculative and realistic architectural projects for Antarctica. In 2015, the project was presented in the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow.