The Olympic Games of art
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Giant sculptures by Phyllida Barlow get the royal treatment at the Venice Biennale.

The Venice Biennale has been called the Olympic Games of art: a huge international event in which eighty-six countries compete for the prestigious Golden Lion, an award given to the best national exhibition.

Will Gompertz looks at the highlights from British entrant Phyllida Barlow.

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