Designboom has just posted yet another in a series of mindbogglingly large features, packed to the brim with writing and a million photos, almost to the point of being overwhelming. This time around, they’re looking at the Venice Biennial, the annual creme of the crop art fair in Italy. It’s been made all the more relevant over here because, for the first time, the whole thing has been put together by someone from the US: the MoMA‘s Robert Storr. So, honestly, call in sick today (even if you’re reading this at work right now) and spend the rest of the day cruising around the site, looking at all there is. You might even need to take tomorrow off too.