The Pavilion of Humanity -
57th Venice Biennale

The Pavilion of Humanity at the 57th Biennale of Venice (2017) raised the question of the role of arts and culture in times of crisis, political upheaval and change. The celebrated showcase, with memorable pieces such as a room constructed from 25,000 men’s, marked a momentum in the world's most important art exhibition.

The Outcome

Delara proudly project-managed this resounding success at the 57th Venice Biennale, which defied geographical and political borders and made headlines in the opening week, receiving rave reviews.

“Hot under the collar: At year’s Venice Biennale, one artist has turned 27,000 of these potent strips of silk into a vast artwork which is a “silent embroidered scream.””

Hannah Ellis-PetersenThe Guardian