Venice Biennale-goers enjoying the weather in front of Ian Davenport’s Giardini Colourfall. The second day of the Venice Biennale press preview began today. Below, a look around more of the action in and around the Arsenale and Giardini. 01 Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen, who are representing Finland this year at the Biennale. Biennale attendees have a heated conversation inside Martin Cordiano's Common Places, 2017. Artworks—oil on nylon and canvas with metallic chains as well as ink on paper—by Paris-based artist Achraf Touloub. Works made from textiles, mother of pearl pigments, latex, and more by Heidi Bucher in the Arsenale. Mariechen Danz's work at the Arsenale. Takesada Matsutani, Venice Stream, 2017, at the Arsenale. Gallerist Luisa Strina taking a break at the Arsenale. A Biennale-goer admiring Alicja Kwade's Pars pro Toto. Spectators enjoying a live performance in The Play's IE: The Play Have A House, 2017. The exterior of the Italian Pavilion, which was curated by Cecelia Alemani. Work by Roberto Cuoghi inside the Italian Pavilion. The Chinese Pavilion, featuring work by Wu Jian'an, Wang Tianwen, Tang Nannan, and Yao Huifen. Julian Charrière, Future Fossil Spaces, 2017. Tracey Moffatt with some of her new work in the Australian pavilion. Petrit Haliljah on view in the Arsenale. A piece by Erwin Wurm, Stand Quiet and look out over the Mediterranean Sea, 2016-17, at the Austrian pavilion. Sculptures by Carole A. Feuerman grace Giardini Della Marinaressa Park outside of the Giardini.