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Venice Biennale: Britain's New Voices

Brenda Emmanus follows a group of emerging, diverse artists as they launch the first ever Diaspora Pavilion in a Venetian palazzo during the Venice Biennale.

In this film made before the Grenfell Tower tragedy, presenter Brenda Emmanus follows a group of emerging, diverse artists as they launch the first ever Diaspora Pavilion in a Venetian palazzo during the Venice Biennale - the so-called Olympics of modern art. One of the artists we meet is 24-year-old photographer Khadija Saye, who died on 14 June in her home. We follow Khadija and the other emerging artists as they discover new art inspiration across the city, navigate networking at VIP launch parties and, most importantly, find out what the critics' and tastemakers' verdict is on the exhibition's opening night.

30 minutes

Last on

Sat 30 Sep 2017 02:05

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Role Contributor
Presenter Brenda Emmanus
Director Alex Harding
Executive Producer Janet Lee

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