For much of this week Democracy Now! has broadcast from the Creative Time Summit at the Venice Biennale in Italy. We interviewed Okwui Enwezor, the first African-born Chief Curator of Venice Biennale and several artists from around the world. Enwezor has been widely credited for bringing political art back to the 120-year-old festival. On Tuesday, Amy Goodman delivered a keynote address at the conference, which is devoted to exploring the intersection of art and social justice. You can watch her speech below, and all of our coverage highlighted on this page.
Artist Emily Jacir Brings the Palestinian Experience to the Venice Biennale
Artist Mariam Ghani, Daughter of Afghan Pres., Takes on US Abuse from Gitmo to Bagram to US Prisons
Trading with the Enemy: Homing Pigeons with Cigars Challenge U.S. Embargo, Fly from Cuba to Florida
Art, Politics & 'All the World’s Futures': Okwui Enwezor, First African Curator of Venice Biennale
'Freed But Not Free': Artists at the Venice Biennale Respond to the #BlackLivesMatter Movement
Art & Protests at the Venice Biennale Highlight Labor Conditions, Climate Change and Austerity
Art and Social Change: Creative Time Summit at Venice Biennale Features Artists and Democracy