Venice Art Biennale 2019
Visitors experiencing the Japanese Pavilion, where recorders suspended from the ceiling are played by an algorithm.
With artists Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys, the Belgian Pavilion say it's offering an "anthropological experience, reminiscent of an old Europe".
The German Pavilion says it is exploring possibilities of survival, resistance and solidarity.
Michael Armitage, who weaves multiple narratives into his works, is one of the 79 artists included in curator Ralph Rugoff's exhibition.
Laure Prouvost's Deep See Blue Surrounding You at the French Pavilion is tipped to win the Golden Lion.
The Lithuanian Pavilion has been transformed into a Sun and Sea Marina, where participants give a contemporary opera performance.
The Nigerian-born artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby draws on political and personal references, to create densely layered figurative compositions.