Venice Biennale of Architecture

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Mostra di Architettura di Venezia, the architecture section of the Venice Biennale, was established in 1980, although architecture had been a part of the art biennale since 1968.

As well as addressing the academic side of architecture, the Biennale provides an opportunity for architects and designers to showcase new projects, arranged in different pavilions, each with different themes. The Architecture Biennale is currently held in the Biennale Gardens.

Exhibitions[edit]

2016[edit]

The 15th International Architecture Exhibition is directed by Alejandro Aravena[1] 28 May - 27 November.

Awards:

2014[edit]

The 14th International Architecture Exhibition: "Fundamentals". Directed by Rem Koolhaas.[3] 7 June - 23 November, 2014.

Awards:[4]

  • Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement: Phyllis Lambert.[5]
  • Golden Lion for Best National Participation: Korea, with "Crow's Eye View" curated by Minsuk Cho together with Hyungmin Pai and Changmo Ahn. [6]
  • Silver Lion for Best Research Project of the Monditalia section: Andrés Jaque and his Office for Political Innovation, with the project "Sales Oddity. Milano 2 and the Politics of Home to Home TV Urbanisms". [7]
  • Silver Lion for Best National Participation: Chile, with "Monolith Controversies" curated by Pedro Alonso and Hugo Palmarola. [6]
  • Special Mentions to National Participations: Canada, France, Russia
  • Special Mentions to research projects of the Monditalia section: "Radical Pedagogies: ACTION-REACTION-INTERACTION" by Beatriz Colomina, Britt Eversole, Ignacio G. Galán, Evangelos Kotsioris, Anna-Maria Meister, Federica Vannucchi, Amunátegui Valdés Architects, Smog.tv; "Intermundia" by Ana Dana Beroš; "Italian Limes" by Folder

2012[edit]

British Pavilion at Venice Biennale by FOA

The 13th International Architecture Exhibition: "Common Ground". Directed by David Chipperfield. 29 August - 25 November 2012.

Awards:[8]

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2010[edit]

The 12th International Architecture Exhibition: "People meet in architecture". Directed by Kazuyo Sejima. 29 August - 21 November, 2010.

Awards:[13]

  • Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement: Rem Koolhaas
  • Golden Lion for the Best National Participation: Kingdom of Bahrain
  • Golden Lion for the Best Project in the People meet in architecture exhibition: junya.ishigami+associates
  • Golden Lion in memoriam: Kazuo Shinohara
  • Silver Lion for a promising young participant in the People meet in architecture exhibition: OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen + Bas Princen
  • Special Mentions: Amateur Architecture Studio, Studio Mumbai, Piet Oudolf

2008[edit]

The 11th International Architecture Exhibition: "Out There: Architecture Beyond Building". Directed by Aaron Betsky. 14 September - 23 November, 2008.

Awards:[14]

  • Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement: Frank Gehry
  • Golden Lion for Best National Participant: Poland (“Hotel Polonia. The afterlife of buildings”). A project by Nicolas Grospierre and Kobas Laksa
  • Golden Lion for the Best Installation Project in the International Exhibition: Greg Lynn Form (“Recycled Toys Forniture”)
  • Special Golden Lion for lifetime achievement to a historian of Architecture: James S. Ackerman
  • Silver Lion for a Promising Young Architect in the International Exhibition: Chilean Group Elemental

2006[edit]

The 10th International Architecture Exhibition: "Cities, architecture and society". Directed by Richard Burdett. 10 September - 19 November, 2006. The collateral section City-Port was held in Palermo until January 14, 2007. The exhibition attracted over 130,000 visitors.

Awards:[15]

  • Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement: Richard Rogers
  • Golden Lion for Best National Participation: Denmark for "CO-EVOLUTION, Danish/Chinese collaboration on sustainable urban development in China". Curated by Henrik Valeur and UiD. Projects by Danish architectural offices and Chinese universities CEBRA + Tsinghua, COBE + CQU, Effekt + Tongji and Transform + XAUAT[16][17]
  • Golden Lion for the City: Bogotá, Colombia
  • Golden Lion for Best Urban Projects: Javier Sanchez/ Higuera + Sanchez for the housing project "Brazil 44" in Mexico City
  • Special prize for Best Architecture School: Facoltà di Architettura Politecnico di Torino for a project for Mumbai
  • Mentions for three significant national exhibitions: Japan, Iceland and Macedonia
  • Seven Stone Lions, Città di Pietra -Sensi Contemporanei section: Bari, group leader arch. Adolfo Natalini; Crotone, arch. Carlo Moccia; Pantelleria, group leader arch. Gabriella Giuntoli; Bari, group leader arch. Guido Canella; Bari, group leader arch. Antonio Riondino; Bari, group leader arch. Vitangelo Ardito; Pantelleria, group leader arch. Marino Narpozzi
  • Prize for Architecture Portus, Città – Porto - Sensi Contemporanei section: “Il parco della Blanda” of Region Basilicata. Area: Maratea, Piana di Castrocucco (Potenza). Project by: Gustavo Matassa, with Vincenzo De Biase, Silvia Marano, Rosa Nave
  • Premio Manfredo Tafuri, appointed by the Padiglione Italia: Vittorio Gregotti
  • Giancarlo De Carlo prize, appointed by the Padiglione Italia: Andrea Stipa
  • Ernesto Nathan Rogers prize, appointed by the Padiglione Italia: Luca Molinari

2004[edit]

The 9th International Architecture Exhibition: "METAMORPH". Directed by Kurt W. Forster. 12 September - 7 November, 2004. The exhibition attracted over 115,000 visitors.

Awards:[18]

  • Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement: Peter Eisenman
  • Golden Lion for best installation presented by a country: Belgium Pavilion (“Kinshasa, the Imaginary City”)
  • Golden Lion for most significant work of the Metamorph exhibition: Studio SANAA by Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa for the project for the Museum of 21st century for contemporary art (Kanazawa, Japan) and for the enlargement of the Istituto Valenciano de Arte Moderna (Valencia, Spain)
  • Special Prize for best work in the Concert Halls section: Studio Plot of Julien De Smedt and Bjarke Ingels for the Concert House project (Stavanger, Norvegia)
  • Special Prize for best work in the Episodes section: German photographer Armin Linke and Italian architect Piero Zanini for the Alpi installation
  • Special Prize for best work in the Transformations section: Austrian architect Günther Domenig for the Documentation Centre at the Party Rally Grounds of Norimberg, Germany
  • Special Prize for best work in the Topography section: Studio Foreign Office Architects Ltd for the Novartis Car Park (Basilea, Switzerland)
  • Special Prize for best work in the Surface section: Japanese architect Shuhei Endo for the Springtecture project (Singu-cho, Hyogo, Japan)
  • Special Prize for best work in the Atmosphere section: Australian studio PTW Architects pty Ltd and Chinese partner studio CSCEC + Design for the National Swimming Center project (Pechino Olympic Green, China)
  • Special Prize for best work in the Hyper-Project section: Martines Lapeña- Torres Arquitectos for the Esplanada Fòrum (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Special Prize for best work in the Morphing Lights, Floating Shadows sections (photography): images of Mars shot by NASA in cooperation with JPL and Cornell University

2002[edit]

The 8th International Architecture Exhibition: "NEXT". Directed by Deyan Sudjic. 8 September - 3 November, 2002. The exhibition attracted over 100,000 visitors.

Awards:[19]

  • Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement: Toyo Ito
  • Golden Lion for best project of the International Exhibition: Iberê Camargo Foundation di Porto Alegre (Brazil) designed by Alvaro Siza Vieira
  • Special prize for best National Participant: Dutch Pavilion
  • Special prize for best architectural works patron: Zhang Xin
  • Special prize for best governative sponsorship : Barcelona
  • Special mention to Next Mexico City: The Lakes Project

2000[edit]

The 7th International Architecture Exhibition: "Less Aesthetics, More Ethics". Directed by Massimiliano Fuksas. 18 June - 29 October, 2000.

Awards:[20]

National Pavilions

  • United States Pavilion:[21] ARCHitecture LABoratories with Columbia University and UCLA. Greg Lynn and Hani Rashid, respectively, transformed the U.S. Pavilion into a research laboratory designed to investigate, produce, and present a broad scope of new architectural schemes. A central theme of the studio program was new technology and its application to contemporary housing and other building archetypes. Organized by: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Commissioner: Max Hollein

1996[edit]

The 6th International Architecture Exhibition: "Sensing the Future—The Architect as Seismograph". Directed by Hans Hollein.

Awards:[22]

  • Golden Lion for best National Participant: Japan
  • Golden Lion for best interpretation of exhibition: Odile Decq-Benoît Cornette, Juha Kaakko, Ilkka Laine, Kimmo Liimatainen, Jari Tirkkonen, Enric Miralles Moya
  • Special Osella for an extraordinary initiative in contemporary architecture: Pascal Maragall, Mayor of Barcelona
  • Special Osella for media exposure in the field of contemporary architecture: Wim Wenders
  • Special Osella for best architecture photographer: Gabriele Basilico

National Pavilions

  • United States Pavilion:[21] Building a Dream: The Art of Disney Architecture. The Walt Disney Company has inspired and commissioned the work of many of the leading architects of our day for its hotels, productions, facilities, office buildings, sports facilities and housing developments. Organized by: Disney Imagineering, and The Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation, New York. Commissioner: Thomas Krens

1991[edit]

The 5th International Architecture Exhibition. Directed by Francesco Dal Co. 8 September – 6 October, 1991.

Awards:[23]

  • Winner of the International contest for the new Palazzo del Cinema 1990: Rafael Moneo
  • Winner of the International contest “Una Porta per Venezia” for the restoration of Piazzale Roma: Jeremy Dixon and Edward Jones

National Pavilions

  • United States Pavilion:[21] "Peter Eisenman and Frank Gehry". The similarities and differences between the work of architects Peter Eisenman and Frank Gehry. Organized by: The Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation, New York. Commissioner: Philip Johnson

1986[edit]

The 4th International Architecture Exhibition: "Hendrik Petrus Berlage—Drawings". Directed by Aldo Rossi. 18 July – 28 September, 1986. Villa Farsetti, Santa Maria di Sala.[24]

1985[edit]

The 3rd International Architecture Exhibition: "Progetto Venezia" (international competition). Directed by Aldo Rossi. 20 July – 29 September, 1985.

Awards:[25]

  • Stone Lion: Robert Venturi, Manuel Pascal Schupp, COPRAT, Franco Purini (Accademia Bridge)
  • Stone Lion: Raimund Abraham, Raimund Fein, Peter Nigst, Giangiacomo D’Ardia (Ca’ Venier dei Leoni)
  • Stone Lion: Alberto Ferlenga (Piazza di Este)
  • Stone Lion: Daniel Liebeskind (Piazza di Palmanova)
  • Stone Lion: Laura Foster Nicholson (Villa Farsetti at Santa Maria di Sala)
  • Stone Lion: Maria Grazia Sironi and Peter Eisenman (Castelli di Romeo and Juliet at Montecchio Maggiore)

1981-82[edit]

The 2nd International Architecture Exhibition: "Architecture in Islamic Countries". Directed by Paolo Portoghesi. 20 November 1981 – 6 January 1982.[26]

1980[edit]

The 1st International Architecture Exhibition: "The presence of the Past". Directed by Paolo Portoghesi. 27 July – 20 October, 1980.[27]

Included the Strada Novissima exhibition at the Corderie dell'Arsenale, and exhibitions on Antonio Basile, the architect; The Banal Object. An Exhibition of Critics. An Exhibition of Young Architects. Homage to Gardella, Ridolfi and Johnson.

1979[edit]

Theatre of the World. The Dogana at the end of the Zattere, created by Aldo Rossi for the Architecture and Theatre Sections of the Biennale in occasion of the exhibition Venice and the Stage (winter 1979–80).

1978[edit]

Utopia and the Crisis of Anti-Nature. Architectural Intentions in Italy. Magazzini del Sale, Zattere. Director: Vittorio Gregotti.

1976[edit]

Werkbund 1907. The Origins of Design; Rationalism and Architecture in Italy during the fascist period; Europe-America, old city centre, suburbia; Ettore Sottsass, an Italian designer. Ca' Pesaro, San Lorenzo, Magazzini del Sale, Cini Foundation. Director. Vittorio Gregotti.

1975[edit]

On the subject of the Stucky Mill. Magazzini del Sale at the Zattere. Curated by the Visual Arts and Architecture Section of the Biennale, directed by Vittorio Gregotti.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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