331 Artists Chosen For This Year’s Venice Biennale


The Venice Biennale, arguably the world’s most important recurring art exhibition, has named the 331 artists and collectives that will participate in this year’s edition, set to run from April 20 to November 24. The full list was revealed during a press conference in Venice on Thursday afternoon.

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The number of artists featured in this year’s Biennale far surpasses the 213 artists that were included in the 2022 edition.

As usual, there will be a range of emerging, mid-career, and established living artists, with this year’s edition featuring Beatriz Cortez, Olga De Amaral, Hito Steyerl (through the Disobedience Archive), Simone Forti, Samia Halaby, Lauren Halsey, Rindon Johsnon, Bouchra Khalili, Teresa Margolles, Ahmed Morsi, Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki), Zilia Sánchez, Ana Segovia, Yinka Shonibare, Superflex, Salman Toor, Kay WalkingStick, and WangShui.

But there will also be a number of well-known historical artists and recently deceased artists this time, such as Pacita Abad, Etel Adnan, Huguette Caland, Tarsila do Amaral, Carmen Herrera, María Izquierdo, Frida Kahlo, Wifredo Lam, Judith Lauand, Tina Modotti, Tomie Ohtake, Diego Rivera, Freddy Rodriguez, Jewad Selim, Joaquin Torres-García, and Rubem Valentim.

A landscape painting of a canyon with an Indigenous abstract pattern stenciled in the lower right.

Kay WalkingStick, South Rim, 2016.

Photo JSP Art Photography/© Kay WalkingStick/courtesy the artist and Hales, London and New York

Last June, Adriano Pedrosa, the show’s curator, announced that his Biennale exhibition would take the title of “Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere,” which borrows its title from a series of neon works by Palermo-based French artist collective Claire Fontaine in several languages, including now extinct Indigenous ones.

Pedrosa, who is the artistic director of the Museu de Arte de São Paulo, is well-known for his groundbreaking exhibition initiative “Histórias,” which turns over the museum’s programming for the year to under-known histories, such as those of Afro-Atlantic, Indigenous, women, and queer people.

During the press conference, Pedrosa said the Claire Fontaine works speak to “a world rife with multifarious crises concerning the movement and existence of people across countries, nations, territories, and borders, which reflect, in turn, the perils and pitfalls of language, translation, nationality, expressing differences and disparities conditioned by race, identity, nationality, gender, sexuality, freedom, and wealth.”

He continued, “In this panorama, the expression ‘Foreigners Everywhere’ has several meanings. First of all, that wherever you go, and wherever you are, you will always encounter foreigners. They—we—are everywhere. Secondly, that no matter where you find yourself, you are always truly and in deep down inside of foreigner. … Yet, one may also think of the expression as a motto, a slogan, a call to action, a cry of excitement, joy, or fear: ‘Foreigners Everywhere.’”

A neon sign in Spanish reading 'Extranjeros en todas partes' hangs above an office door.

Claire Fontaine, Foreigners Everywhere – Spanish, 2007, installation view “The Traveling Show,” curated by Adriano Pedrosa, La Colección Jumex, Mexico.

Photo Studio Claire Fontaine / © Studio Claire Fontaine / Courtesy Claire Fontaine and Mennour, Paris

Pedrosa noted that the Biennale’s home, Venice, itself experiences visitors, or foreigners, daily, with tourists numbering more than 165,000 in a single day, compared with the local population of some 50,000.

Similar to the 2022 edition, which included several sections dedicated to historical work, Pedrosa’s edition will be divided into two parts, “Nucleo Contemporaneo” and “Nucleo Storico,” for contemporary and historical work, respectively.

Pedrosa said the guiding theme of the “Nucleo Contemporaneo” is an expansive definition of “foreigner” that also includes “the queer artist, who has moved within different sexualities and genders, often being persecuted or outlawed; the outsider artist, who is located at the margins of the art world, much like the self-taught artist, the folk artist, and the artista popular, as we call them in Brazil and Latin America, as well as the Indigenous artist, frequently treated as a foreigner in his or her own land.”

A painting of various figures with threads over it.

Ṣàngódáre Gbádégẹsin Àjàlá, Untitled, n.d.

© Martin Bilinovac / Susanne Wenger Foundation

First-time Biennale participants who will take up the theme include the MAHKU—Movimento dos Artistas Huni Kuin collective from Brazil, the Mataaho Collective from Aotearoa (New Zealand), Erica Rutherford, Isaac Chong Wai, Elyla, Violeta Quispe, Louis Fratino, Dean Sameshima, and Evelyn Taocheng Wang, as well as three historical outsider female artists, Madge Gill, Anna Zemánková, and Aloïse Corbaz.

Additionally, the “Nucleo Contemporaneo” will include a section dedicated to the Disobedience Archive, a project founded by Milan-based curator Marco Scotini in 2005 that has collected “a video archive focusing on the relationships between artistic practices and activism” for nearly two decades, Pedrosa said. This section itself is divided into two sections “Diaspora activism” and “Gender Disobedience,” and will bring together the work of 39 artists and collectives made between 1975 and 2023.

M Pieyre De Mandiargues

Bona Pieyre de Mandiargues, Toro Nuziale, 1958.

FRANK SHOUTER

The “Nucleo Storico” will focus on “global modernisms and modernisms of the Global South,” with three sections dedicated to portraiture and representation, abstraction, and the Italian diaspora in the Global South. This part brings together artworks made between 1905 and 1990 by 112 artists from the Global South, primarily ones from Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. But there will also be artists who were based in previously developing countries like Singapore and South Korea, as well as Māori artists from New Zealand.

Among the artists featured in the portraiture section are Selwyn Wilson, Cícero Dias, Yédemaria, Laura Rodig, Rómulo Rozo, Grace Salome Abra Kwami, Lee Qoede, Gerard Sekoto, and Inji Efflatoun, who was also shown in Okwui Enwezor’s 2015 Venice Biennale exhibition. Meanwhile, artists in the abstraction section include Samia Halaby, Eduardo Terrazas, Sandy Adsett, Fanny Sanín, and Etel Adnan, who is posthumously participating in the Biennale’s main exhibition for the first time. Several artists from the Casablanca Art School in Morocco (active in the 1960s and ’70s) will also be featured; the group was recently the subject of a major survey at Tate St Ives in England.

An abstract painting with several lines in different colors.

Mohamed Chabâa, Composition, 1974.

Photo Maria and Mansour Dib / Courtesy Ramzi and Saeda Dalloul Art Foundation

Artists in the Italian diasporic section include Lidy Prati, Bona Pieyre de Mandiargues, and Nenne Sanguineti Poggi, whose work will be exhibited in a Lina Bo Bardi–style glass easel display that is a hallmark of MASP’s permanent collection galleries, which Pedrosa restored during his tenure as artistic director. (Bo Bardi is also listed as a participant.)

Pedrosa said he considers this section “much like an essay, a draft, a speculative curatorial exercise that seeks to question the boundaries and definitions of modernism. We are all too familiar with the histories of modernism in Euro-America, yet the modernisms in the Global South remain largely unknown. Knowledge about these is limited to specialists in each individual country or region at best. Yet, connecting and exhibiting these worlds together will be somehow revealing. It is in these this sense that these histories assume a truly contemporary relevance, we urgently need to learn more about and from them.”

A painting showing around two dozen nude men dancing in a nightclub.

Louis Fratino, Metropolitan, 2019.

© Louis Fratino / Courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York

The show, Pedrosa said, is personal. “I myself feel very implicated in many of these themes, concepts, motifs, and frameworks in the exhibition. I have lived abroad and have been fortunate to travel extensively during my lifetime. Yet, often I have also experienced the treatment reserved to a third-world foreigner as I am, although never a refugee and, in fact, holding one of the highest-ranking passports from the Global South.”

Below is the full list for the 2024 Venice Biennale.

1. Pacita Abad, Basco, Philippines, 1946-2004, Singapore 

2. Mariam Abdel-Aleem, Alexandria, Egypt, 1930–2010 

3. Etel Adnan, Beirut, Lebanon, 1925–2021, Paris, France 

4. Sandy Adsett, Wairoa, New Zealand, 1939. Lives in Hastings, New Zealand 

5. Affandi, Cirebon, Indonesia, 1907–1990, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 

6. Zubeida Agha, Lyallpur, India, 1922–1997, Islamabad, Pakistan 

7. Dia al-Azzawi, Baghdad, Iraq, 1939. Lives in London, UK, Jordan and Lebanon. 

8. Claudia Alarcón & Silät, Comunidad La Puntana, Salta, Argentina, 1989. Lives in Comunidad La Puntana 

9. Rafa al-Nasiri, Tikrit, Iraq, 1940–2013, Amman, Jordan 

10. Miguel Alandia Pantoja, Catavi, Bolivia, 1914–1975, Lima, Peru 

11. Aloïse, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1886–1964, Gimel, Switzerland 

12. Giulia Andreani, Venice, Italy, 1985. Lives in Paris, France. 

13. Claudia Andujar, Neuchatel, Switzerland, 1931. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil 

14. María Aranís Valdivia, Santiago, Chile, 1903–1966, Chile 

15. Aravani Art Project, Founded in Bangalore, India, 2016. Based in several cities, India 

16. Iván Argote, Bogotá, Colombia, 1983. Lives in Paris, France 

17. Karimah Ashadu, London, UK, 1985. Lives in Hamburg, Germany and Lagos, Nigeria 

18. Dana Awartani, Palestinian, born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1987. Lives in Jeddah 

19. Aycoobo (Wilson Rodríguez), La Chorrera, Colombia, 1967. Lives in Bogotá, Colombia 

20. Margarita Azurdia, Antigua, Guatemala, 1931–1998, Guatemala City 

21. Leilah Babirye, Kampala, Uganda, 1985. Lives in New York City, USA 

22. Libero Badii, Arezzo, Italia, 1916–2001, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

23. Ezekiel Baroukh, Mansoura, Egypt, 1909–1984, Paris, France 

24. Baya, Bordj El Kiffan, Algeria, 1931–1998, Blida, Algeria 

25. Aly Ben Salem, Tunis, Tunisia, 1910–2001, Stockholm, Sweden 

26. Semiha Berksoy, Istanbul, Turkey, 1910–2004 

27. Gianni Bertini, Pisa, Italy, 1922–2010, Caen, France 

28. Lina Bo Bardi, Rome, Italy, 1914-1992, São Paulo, Brazil 

29. Maria Bonomi , Meina, Italy, 1935. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil 

30. Bordadoras de Isla Negra , Founded in Isla Negra, Chile, 1967–1980 

31. Victor Brecheret , Farnese, Italy, 1894–1955, São Paulo, Brazil 

32. Huguette Caland , Beirut, Lebanon, 1931–2019 

33. Sol Calero , Caracas, Venezuela, 1982. Lives in Berlin, Germany 

34. Elda Cerrato , Asti, Italy, 1930–2023, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

35. Mohammed Chebaa , Tangiers, Morocco, 1935–2013, Casablanca, Morocco 

36. Georgette Chen , Zhejiang, China, 1906–1993, Singapore 

37. Galileo Chini , Florence, Italy, 1873–1956 

38. Kudzanai Chiurai , Harare, Zimbabwe, 1980. Lives in Harare 

39. Isaac Chong Wai , Hong Kong, 1990. Lives in Berlin, Germany and Hong Kong 

40. Saloua Raouda Choucair , Beirut, Lebanon, 1916–2017 

41. Chaouki Choukini , Choukine, Lebanon, 1946. Lives in La Verrière, France 

42. Chua Mia Tee , 1931, Shantou, China. Lives in Singapore. 

43. Claire Fontaine , Founded in Paris, France, 2004. Based in Palermo, Italy 

44. Manauara Clandestina , Manaus, Brazil, 1992. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil. 

45. River Claure , Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1997. Lives in Cochabamba and La Paz, Bolivia 

46. Julia Codesido , Lima, Peru, 1883–1979 

47. Liz Collins , Alexandria, USA, 1968. Lives in Brooklyn, USA 

48. Jaime Colson , Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, 1901–1975, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 

49. Waldemar Cordeiro , Rome, Italy, 1925–1973, São Paulo, Brazil 

50. Monika Correa , Mumbai, India, 1938. Lives in Mumbai 

51. Beatriz Cortez , San Salvador, El Salvador, 1970. Lives in Los Angeles and Davis, USA 

52. Olga Costa , Leipzig, Germany, 1913–1993, Guanajuato, Mexico 

53. Miguel Covarrubias , Mexico City, 1904–1957 

54. Victor Juan Cúnsolo , Vittoria, Italy, 1898–1936 Lanus, Argentina 

55. Andrés Curruchich , Comalapa, Guatemala, 1891-1969 

56. Rosa Elena Curruchich , Comalapa, Guatemala, 1958–2005 

57. Djanira da Motta e Silva , Avaré, Brazil, 1914–1979, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

58. Olga De Amaral , Bogotá, Colombia, 1932. Lives in Bogotá 

59. Filippo de Pisis , Ferrara, Italy, 1896–1956, Milan, Italy 

60. Juan Del Prete , Vasto, Italy, 1897–1987, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

61. Pablo Delano , San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1954. Lives in West Hartford, USA 

62. Emiliano Di Cavalcanti , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1897–1976 

63. Danilo Di Prete , Zambra, Italy, 1911–1985, São Paulo, Brazil 

64. Cícero Dias , Escada, Brazil, 1907–2003, Paris, France 

65 – 104. Disobedience Archive – Marco Scotini 

with Ursula Biemann, Black Audio-Film Collective, Seba Calfuqueo, Simone Cangelosi, Cinéastes pour les sans-papiers, Critical Art Ensemble, Snow Hnin Ei Hlaing, Marcelo Expósito, Maria Galindo & Mujeres Creando, Barbara Hammer, mixrice, Khaled Jarrar, Sara Jordenö, Bani Khoshnoudi, Maria Kourkouta & Niki Giannari, Pedro Lemebel, LIMINAL & Border Forensics, Angela Melitopoulos, Jota Mombaça, Carlos Motta, Zanele Muholi, Pınar Öğrenci, Daniela Ortiz, Thunska Pansittivorakul, Anand Patwardhan, Pilot TV Collective, Queerocracy, Oliver Ressler and Zanny Begg, Carole Roussopoulos, Güliz Sağlam, Irwan Ahmett & Tita Salina, Tejal Shah, Chi Yin Sim, Hito Steyerl, Sweatmother, Raphaël Grisey and Bouba Touré, Nguyễn Trinh Thi, James Wentzy, Želimir Žilnik 

105. Juana Elena Diz , Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1925 – ? 

106. Tarsila do Amaral , Capivari, Brazil, 1886–1973, São Paulo, Brazil 

107. Saliba Douaihy , Ehden, Lebanon, 1915–1994, New York City, USA 

108. Dullah , Surakarta, Indonesia, 1919–1996, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 

109. Inji Efflatoun , Cairo, Egypt, 1924–1989 

110. Uzo Egonu , Onitsha, Nigeria, 1931–1996, London, UK 

111. Mohammad Ehsaei , Qazvin, Iran, 1939. Lives in Tehran, Iran, and Vancouver, Canada 

112. Hatem El Mekki , Jakarta, Indonesia, 1918–2003, Carthage, Tunisia 

113. Aref El Rayess , Aley, Lebanon, 1928–2005 

114. Ibrahim El-Salahi , Omduran, Sudan, 1930. Lives in Oxford, UK. 

115. Elyla , Chontales, Nicaragua, 1989. Lives in Masaya, Nicaragua 

116. Ben Enwonwu , Onitsha, Nigeria, 1917–1994, Lagos, Nigeria 

117. Romany Eveleigh , London, UK, 1934–2020, Rome, Italy 

118. Hamed Ewais , Beni Soueif, Egypt, 1919–2011, Cairo, Egypt 

119. Dumile Feni , Worcester, South Africa, 1939–1991, New York City, USA 

120. Alessandra Ferrini , Florence, Italy, 1984. Lives in London, UK 

121. Cesare Ferro Milone , Turin, Italy, 1880–1934 

122. Raquel Forner , Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1902–1988 

123. Simone Forti , Florence, Italy, 1935. Lives in Los Angeles, USA 

124. Victor Fotso Nyie , Doula, Cameroon, 1990. Lives in Faenza, Italy 

125. Louis Fratino , Annapolis, USA, 1993. Lives in Brooklyn, USA 

126. Paolo Gasparini , Gorizia, Italy, 1934. Lives in Trieste, Caracas, Venezuela and Mexico City 

127. Ṣàngódáre Gbádégẹsin Àjàlá , Osogbo, Nigeria, 1948–2021 

128. Umberto Giangrandi , Pontedera, Italy, 1943. Lives in Bogotà, Colombia 

129. Madge Gill , Walthamstow, UK, 1882–1961, London, UK 

130. Marlene Gilson , Wadawurrung, Warrnambool, Australia, 1944. Lives in Gordon, Australia 

131. Luigi Domenico Gismondi , Sanremo, Italy, 1872–1946, Mollendo, Peru 

132. Domenico Gnoli , Rome, Italy, 1933–1970, New York City, USA 

133. Gabrielle Goliath , Kimberley, South Africa, 1983. Lives in Johannesburg, South Africa 

134. Brett Graham , Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand, 1967. Lives in Auckland 

135. Fred Graham , Arapuni, Aotearoa, New Zealand, 1928. Lives in Waiuku, Aotearoa, New Zealand 

136. Enrique Grau Araújo , Panama City, Panama, 1920–2004, Bogotá, Colombia 

137. Oswaldo Guayasamín , Quito, Ecuador, 1919–1999, Baltimore, USA 

138. Nedda Guidi , Gubbio, Italy, 1923–2015, Rome, Italy 

139. Hendra Gunawan , Bandung, Indonesia, 1918–1983 Bali, Indonesia 

140. Antonio Jose Guzman & Iva Jankovic 
Panama City, 1971. Lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Panama City 
Ruma, Serbia, 1979. Lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands 

141. Marie Hadad , Beirut, Lebanon, 1889–1973 

142. Samia Halaby , Jerusalem, Palestine, 1936. Lives in New York City, USA 

143. Tahia Halim , Dongola, Sudan, 1919–2003, Cairo, Egypt 

144. Lauren Halsey , Los Angeles, USA, 1987. Lives in Los Angeles 

145. Nazek Hamdi , Cairo, Egypt, 1926–2019 

146. Mohamed Hamidi , Casablanca, Morocco, 1941. Lives in Casablanca and Azemmour, Marocco 

147. Faik Hassan , Baghdad, Iraq, 1914–1992, Paris, France 

148. Kadhim Hayder , Baghdad, Iraq, 1932–1985 

149. Gilberto Hernández Ortega , Baní, Dominican Republic, 1923–1979, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 

150. Carmen Herrera , Havana, Cuba, 1915–2022, New York City, USA 

151. Evan Ifekoya , Iperu, Nigeria, 1988. Lives in London, UK 

152. Julia Isídrez , Itá, Paraguay, 1967. Lives in Itá 

153. Mohammed Issiakhem , Tizi Ouzou, Algeria, 1928–1985, Algiers, Algeria 

154. Elena Izcue Cobián , Lima, Peru, 1889–1970 

155. María Izquierdo , San Juan de los Lagos, Mexico, 1902–1955, Mexico City 

156. Nour Jaouda , Cairo, Egypt, 1997. Lives in Cairo and London, UK 

157. Rindon Johnson , San Francisco, USA, 1990. Lives in Berlin, Germany 

158. Joyce Joumaa* , Beirut, Lebanon, 1998. Lives in Montreal, Canada. 
Biennale College Arte 

159. Mohammed Kacimi , Meknes, Morocco, 1942–2003, Rabat, Morocco 

160. Frida Kahlo , Mexico City, 1907–1954 

161. Nazira Karimi* , Dushanbe, Tajikistan, 1996. Lives in Almaty, Kazakhstan and Vienna, Austria 
Biennale College Arte 

162. George Keyt , Kandy, Sri Lanka, 1901–1993, Colombo, Sri Lanka 

163. Bhupen Khakhar , Bombay, India, 1934–2003, Baroda, India 

164. Bouchra Khalili , Casablanca, Morocco, 1975. Lives in Berlin, Germany and Vienna, Austria 

165. Kiluanji Kia Henda , Luanda, Angola, 1979. Lives in Luanda 

166. Linda Kohen , Milan, Italy, 1924. Lives in Montevideo, Uruguay 

167. Shalom Kufakwatenzi , Harare, Zimbabwe, 1995. Lives in Harare 

168. Ram Kumar , Shimla, India, 1924–2018, Delhi, India 

169. Fred Kuwornu Bologna, Italy, 1971. Lives in New York City, USA 

170. Grace Salome Kwami , Worawora, Ghana, 1923–2006 

171. Lai Foong Moi , Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, 1931–1995, Singapore 

172. Wifredo Lam , Sagua la Grande, Cuba, 1902–1982, Paris, France 

173. Judith Lauand , Araraquara, Brazil, 1922–2022, São Paulo, Brazil 

174. Maggie Laubser , Bloublommetjieskloof, South Africa, 1886–1973, Strand, South Africa 

175. Simon Lekgetho , Schoemansville, South Africa, 1929–1985, Ga-Rankuwa, South Africa 

176. Celia Leyton Vidal , Santiago, Chile, 1895—1975 

177. Lim Mu Hue , Singapore, 1936–2008 

178. Romualdo Locatelli , Bergamo, Italy, 1905–1943, Manila, Philippines 

179. Bertina Lopes , Maputo, Mozambique, 1924–2012, Rome, Italy 

180. Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato , Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1900–1995 

181. Anita Magsaysay-Ho , Zambales, Philippines, 1914–2012, Manila, Philippines 

182. MAHKU (Movimento dos Artistas Huni Kuin) , Founded in Kaxinawá (Huni Kuin) Indigenous Territory, Acre, Brazil, 2013. Based in Kaxinawá (Huni Kuin) Indigenous Territory, Brazil 

183. Esther Mahlangu , Middelburg, South Africa, 1935. Lives in Mpumalanga, South Africa 

184. Anna Maria Maiolino , Scalea, Italy, 1942. Lives in São Paulo, Brazil 

185. Anita Malfatti , São Paulo, Brazil, 1889–1964 

186. Ernest Mancoba , Johannesburg, South Africa, 1904–2002, Clamart, France 

187. Edna Manley , Bournemouth, England, 1900–1987, Kingston, Jamaica 

188. Josiah Manzi , Zimbabwe, 1933–2022 

189. Teresa Margolles , Culiacán, Mexico, 1963. Lives in Mexico City and Madrid, Spain 

190. Maria Martins , Campanha, Brazil, 1894–1973, Rio de Janeiro 

191. María Martorell , Salta, Argentina, 1909–2010 

192. Mataaho Collective , 2012, Aotearoa, New Zealand. Based in Aotearoa, New Zealand 

193. Naminapu Maymuru-White , Yirrkala, Australia, 1952. Lives in Yirrkala 

194. Mohamed Melehi , Asilah, Morocco, 1936–2020, Paris, France 

195. Carlos Mérida , Guatemala City, 1891–1985, Mexico City 

196. Gladys Mgudlandlu , Peddie, South Africa, (1917–1926?)–1979, Cape Town, South Africa 

197. Omar Mismar , Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, 1986. Lives in Beirut, Lebanon. 

198. Sabelo Mlangeni , Mpumalanga, South Africa, 1980. Lives in Johannesburg, South Africa 

199. Tina Modotti , Udine, Italy, 1896–1942, Mexico City 

200. Bahman Mohasses , Rasht, Iran, 1931–2010, Rome, Italy 

201. Roberto Montenegro , Guadalajara, Mexico, 1885–1968, Mexico City 

202. Camilo Mori Serrano , Valparaíso, Chile, 1896—1973, Santiago, Chile 

203. Ahmed Morsi , Alexandria, Egypt, 1930. Lives in New York City, USA 

204. Effat Naghi , Alexandria, Egypt, 1905–1994 

205. Ismael Nery , Belem, Brazil, 1900–1934, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

206. Malangatana Valente Ngwenya , Matalana, Mozambique, 1936–2011, Matosinhos, Portugal 

207. Paula Nicho , Comalapa, Guatemala, 1955. Lives in Comalapa 

208. Costantino Nivola , Orani, Italy, 1911–1988, East Hampton, USA 

209. Taylor Nkomo , Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 1957. Lives in Harare, Zimbabwe 

210. Marina Núñez del Prado , La Paz, Bolivia, 1910–1995, Lima, Peru 

211. Philomé Obin , Bas-Limbé, Haiti, 1892–1986 

212. Sénèque Obin , Limbé, Haiti, 1893–1977 

213. Alejandro Obregón , Barcelona, Spain, 1920–1991, Cartagena, Colombia 

214. Tomie Ohtake , Kyoto, Japan, 1912–2015, São Paulo, Brazil 

215. Uche Okeke , Nimo, Nigeria, 1933–2016 

216. Marco Ospina , Bogotá, Colombia, 1912–1983 

217. Samia Osseiran Junblatt , Saida, Lebanon, 1944. Lives in Bramiyeh, Lebanon. 

218. Daniel Otero Torres , Bogotá, Colombia, 1985. Lives in Paris, France 

219. Lydia Ourahmane , Saïda, Algeria, 1992. Lives in Algiers, Algeria and Barcelona, Spain 

220. Pan Yuliang , Yangzhou, China, 1895–1977, Paris, France 

221. Dalton Paula , Brasília, Brazil, 1982. Lives in Goiânia, Brazil 

222. Amelia Peláez , Yaguajay, Cuba, 1896–1968, Havana, Cuba 

223. George Pemba , Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 1912–2001, Eastern Cape, South Africa 

224. Fulvio Pennacchi , Villa Collemandina, Italy, 1905–1992, São Paulo, Brazil 

225. Claudio Perna , Milan, Italy, 1938–1997, Holguín, Cuba 

226. Emilio Pettoruti , La Plata, Argentina, 1892–1971, Paris, France 

227. Lê Phổ , Hanoi, Vietnam, 1907–2001, Paris, France 

228. Bona Pieyre De Mandiargues , Rome, Italy, 1926 –2000, Paris, France 

229. Ester Pilone , Cuneo, Italy, 1920 – ? 

230. La Chola Poblete , Mendoza, Argentina, 1989. Lives Buenos Aires, Argentina 

231. Charmaine Poh , Singapore, 1990. Lives in Berlin, Germany and Singapore 

232. Maria Polo , Venice, Italy, 1937–1983, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

233. Candido Portinari , Brodowski, Brazil, 1903 – 1962, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

234. Sandra Poulson* , Angolan, born in Lisbon, Portugal, 1995. Lives in Luanda, Angola and London
Biennale College Arte 

235. B. Prabha  , Maharashtra, India, 1933–2001, Nagpur, India 

236. Lidy Prati , Resistencia, Argentina, 1921–2008, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

237. Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo) , Dallas, USA, 1989. Lives in New York City, USA. 

238. Lee Qoede , Chilgok, South Korea, 1913–1965 

239. Agnes Questionmark* , Rome, Italy, 1995. Lives in Rome and New York City, USA 
Biennale College Arte 

240. Violeta Quispe , Lima, Peru, 1989. Lives in Lima 

241. Alfredo Ramos Martinez , Monterrey, Mexico, 1871–1946, Los Angeles, USA 

242. Sayed Haider Raza , Madhya Pradesh, India, 1922–2016, Delhi, India 

243. Armando Reverón , Caracas, Venezuela, 1889–1954 

244. Emma Reyes , Bogotá, Colombia, 1919–2003, Bordeaux, France 

245. Diego Rivera , Guanajuato City, Mexico, 1886–1957, Mexico City 

246. Juana Marta Rodas , Itá, Paraguay, 1925–2003 

247. Laura Rodig Pizarro , Los Andes, Chile, 1896/1901–1972, Santiago, Chile 

248. Abel Rodríguez , Cahuinarí, Colombia, 1941. Lives in Bogotá, Colombia 

249. Aydeé Rodriguez Lopez , Cuajinicuilapa, Mexico, 1955. Lives in Cuajinicuilapa. 

250. Freddy Rodriguez , Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic, 1945–2022, New York City, USA 

251. Miguel Ángel Rojas , Bogotá, Colombia, 1946. Lives in Bogotá 

252. Rosa Rolanda , Azusa, USA, 1896–1970, Mexico City 

253. Jamini Roy , Bengal, India, 1887–1972, Calcutta, India 

254. Rómulo Rozo , Bogotá, Colombia, 1899–1964, Mérida, Mexico 

255. Erica Rutherford , Edinburgh, UK, 1923–2008, Charlottetown, Canada 

256. José Sabogal , Cajabamba, Peru, 1888–1956, Lima, Peru 

257. Mahmoud Sabri , Baghdad, Iraq, 1927–2012, Maidenhead, UK 

258. Syed Sadequain , Amroha, India, 1930–1987, Karachi, Pakistan 

259. Nena Saguil , Manila, Philippines, 1914–1994, Paris, France 

260. Mahmoud Saïd , Alexandria, Egypt, 1897–1964 

261. Kazuya Sakai , Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1927–2001, Dallas, USA 

262. Ione Saldanha , Alegrete, Brazil, 1919–2001, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

263. Dean Sameshima , California, USA, 1971. Lives in Berlin, Germany 

264. Zilia Sánchez , Havana, Cuba, 1926. Lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico 

265. Bárbara Sánchez-Kane , Mérida, Mexico, 1987. Lives in Mexico City 

266. Nenne Sanguineti Poggi , Savona, Italy, 1909–2012, Finale Ligure, Italy 

267. Fanny Sanín , Bogotá, Colombia, 1938. Lives in New York City, USA 

268. Aligi Sassu , Milan, Italy, 1912–2000, Pollença, Spain 

269. Greta Schödl , Hollabrunn, Austria, 1929. Lives in Bologna, Italy 

270. Ana Segovia , Mexico City, 1991. Lives in Mexico City 

271. Gerard Sekoto , Botshabelo, South Africa, 1913–1993, Nogent-sur-Marne, France 

272. Jewad Selim , Ankara, Turkey, 1919–1961, Baghdad, Iraq 

273. Lorna Selim , Sheffield, UK, 1928–2021, Abergavenny, UK 

274. Joshua Serafin , Bacolod, Philippines, 1995. Lives in Brussels, Belgium 

275. Kang Seung Lee , Seoul, South Korea, 1978. Lives in Los Angeles, USA 

276. Gino Severini , Cortona, Italy, 1883—1966, Paris, France 

277. Amrita Sher-Gil , Budapest, Hungary, 1913–1941, Lahore, India 

278. Anwar Jalal Shemza , Shimla, India, 1928–1985, Stafford, UK 

279. Yinka Shonibare , London, UK, 1962. Lives in London. 

280. Doreen Sibanda , Derby, UK, 1954. Lives in Harare, Zimbabwe 

281. Fadjar Sidik , Surabaya, Indonesia, 1930–2004, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 

282. Gazbia Sirry , Cairo, Egypt, 1925–2021 

283. Lucas Sithole , KwaThema, South Africa, 1931–1994, Spekboom, South Africa 

284. Francis Newton Souza , Saligao, India, 1924–2002, Mumbai, India 

285. Joseph Stella , Muro Lucano, Italy, 1877–1946, New York City, USA 

286. Irma Stern , Schweizer-Reneke, South Africa, 1894–1966, Cape Town, South Africa 

287. Leopold Strobl , Mistelbach, Austria, 1960. Lives in Mistelbach 

288. Emiria Sunassa , Tanahwangko, Indonesia, 1894–1964, Lampung , Indonesia 

289. Superflex , Founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1993. Based in Copenhagen 

290. Armodio Tamayo , La Paz, Bolivia, 1924–1964 

291. Maria Taniguchi , Dumaguete, Philippines, 1981. Lives in Manila, Philippines 

292. Evelyn Taocheng Wang , Chengdu, China, 1981. Lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands 

293. Lucy Tejada , Pereira, Colombia, 1920–2011, Cali, Colombia 

294. Mariana Telleria , Rufino, Argentina, 1979. Lives in Rosario, Argentina 

295. Güneş Terkol , Istanbul, Turkey, 1981. Lives in Istanbul. 

296. Eduardo Terrazas , Guadalajara, Mexico, 1936. Lives in Mexico City 

297. Clorindo Testa , Benevento, Italy, 1923–2013, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

298. Salman Toor , Lahore, Pakistan, 1983. Lives in New York, USA. 

299. Frieda Toranzo Jaeger , Mexico City, 1988. Lives in Mexico City and Berlin, Germany 

300. Horacio Torres , Livorno, Italy, 1924–1976, New York City, USA 

301. Joaquin Torres-García , Montevideo, Uruguay, 1874–1949 

302. Mario Tozzi , Fossombrone, Italy, 1895—1979, Saint-Jean-du-Gard, France 

303. Twins Seven Seven , Ijara, Nigeria, 1944–2011, Ibadan, Nigeria 

304. Ahmed Umar , Sudan, 1988. Lives in Oslo, Norway. 

305. Unidentified Chilean women artists, Arpillera 

306. Rubem Valentim , Salvador, Brazil, 1922–1991, São Paulo, Brazil 

307. Edoardo Daniele Villa , Bergamo, Italy, 1915–2011, Johannesburg, South Africa 

308. Eliseu Visconti , Giffoni Valle Piana, Italy, 1866–1944, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

309. Alfredo Volpi , Lucca, Italy, 1896–1988, São Paulo, Brazil 

310. Kay WalkingStick , Syracuse, USA, 1935. Lives in Pennsylvania, USA 

311. WangShui , Dallas, USA, 1986. Lives in New York City, USA 

312. Agnes Waruguru , Nairobi, Kenya, 1994. Lives in Nairobi. 

313. Barrington Watson , Lucea, Jamaica, 1931–2016, Kingston, Jamaica 

314. Osmond Watson , Kingston, Jamaica, 1934–2005 

315. Susanne Wenger , Graz, Austria, 1915-2009, Osogbo, Nigeria 

316. Emmi Whitehorse , New Mexico, USA, 1956. Lives in New Mexico. 

317. Selwyn Wilson , Taumarere, New Zealand, 1927—2002, Kawakawa, Northland, New Zealand 

318. Chang Woosoung , Chungju-si, South Korea, 1912–2005, Seoul, South Korea 

319. Celeste Woss y Gil , Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1891–1985 

320. Xiyadie , Shaanxi, China, 1963. Lives in Shandong, China 

321. Rember Yahuarcani , Pebas, Peru, 1985. Lives Pebas and Lima, Peru 

322. Santiago Yahuarcani , Pebas, Peru, 1960. Lives in Pebas 

323. Nil Yalter , Cairo, Egypt, 1938. Lives in Paris, France 

324. Joseca Mokahesi Yanomami , Yanomami Indigenous Territory, Brazil, 1971. Lives in Yanomami Indigenous Territory 

325. André Taniki Yanomami , Yanomami Indigenous Territory, Brazil, 1949. Lives in Yanomami Indigenous Territory 

326. Yêdamaria , Salvador, Brazil, 1932–2016 

327. Ramses Younan , Minya, Egypt, 1913–1966, Cairo, Egypt 

328. Kim YunShin , Wonsan, Korea, 1935. Lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Seoul, South Korea 

329. Fahrelnissa Zeid , Büyükada, Turkey, 1901–1991, Amman, Jordan 

330. Anna Zemánková , Olomouc, Moravia, 1908–1986, Prague, Czechoslovakia 

331. Bibi Zogbé , Sahel Alma, Lebanon, 1890–1975, Mar del Plata, Argentina 



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