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KY7 Biennial By Lexington Art League
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KY7 Biennial is the beginning in a series of exhibitions, presented by the Lexington Art League, showcasing new work by living artists in Kentucky and any of its contiguous states including Ohio,... More > West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana, celebrating the richness and variety of the visual arts in our region.< Less
KY7 Biennial By Lexington Art League
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KY7 Biennial is the beginning in a series of exhibitions, presented by the Lexington Art League, showcasing new work by living artists in Kentucky and any of its contiguous states including Ohio,... More > West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana, celebrating the richness and variety of the visual arts in our region.< Less
Arte De La Frontera By in Association with Texas Biennial 2011
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Catalog for exhibition Arte de la Frontera, In Association Texas Biennial 2011.
MexiCali Biennial 2013 By mexicali biennial
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MEXICALI BIENNIAL 2013 Cannibalism in the New World. The MexiCali Biennial is a dynamic platform for creating new channels of communication between artists and audiences in the US and Mexico. This... More > project includes the work of 26 artists and collectives working in a variety of media, from sculpture and performance to video and painting. Curated by Ed Gomez, Luis G. Hernandez and Amy Pederson Participating Artists: Fred Alvarado, Natalia Anciso, Marycarmen Arroyo Macias, Ana Baranda, Juan Bastardo, Sergio Bromberg, Helen Cahng, Matthew Carter, Carolyn Castaño, Enrique Castrejon, Tony de los Reyes, Map Conception: Deborah Diehl & Arzu Arda Kosar, Dino Dinco and Rafa Esparza, Veronica Duarte, Roni Feldman, Kio Griffith & Carmina Escobar, Zoè Gruni, HELL- (0) featuring: Michael Dee, Martin Durazo and Ichiro Irie, Daniel Lara, Candice Lin, Juan Luna-Avin, Matt MacFarland, Dominic Paul Miller, Flavia Monteiro, Nancy Popp,Peter Bo Rappmund, Christopher Reynolds, Cindy Santos Bravo, and Fidelius X< Less
MexiCali Biennial 2013 By Ed Gomez
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MEXICALI BIENNIAL 2013 Cannibalism in the New World. The MexiCali Biennial is a dynamic platform for creating new channels of communication between artists and audiences in the US and Mexico. This... More > project includes the work of 26 artists and collectives working in a variety of media, from sculpture and performance to video and painting. Curated by Ed Gomez, Luis G. Hernandez and Amy Pederson Participating Artists: Fred Alvarado, Natalia Anciso, Marycarmen Arroyo Macias, Ana Baranda, Juan Bastardo, Sergio Bromberg, Helen Cahng, Matthew Carter, Carolyn Castaño, Enrique Castrejon, Tony de los Reyes, Map Conception: Deborah Diehl & Arzu Arda Kosar, Dino Dinco and Rafa Esparza, Veronica Duarte, Roni Feldman, Kio Griffith & Carmina Escobar, Zoè Gruni, HELL- (0) featuring: Michael Dee, Martin Durazo and Ichiro Irie, Daniel Lara, Candice Lin, Juan Luna-Avin, Matt MacFarland, Dominic Paul Miller, Flavia Monteiro, Nancy Popp,Peter Bo Rappmund, Christopher Reynolds, Cindy Santos Bravo, and Fidelius X< Less
Biennial 2004 - 2005 By Mark Varley
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A collection of Art Nude Photography by Mark Varley from 2004 & 2005.
Official Bushwick Biennial Catalog By Benjamin Evans
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THE official catalog of the 2009 BUSHWICK BIENNIAL! Featuring the work of forty artists and essays on Bushwick history, urban development and utopian ideology by Jenny Walty, scrapworm, and Benjamin... More > Evans.< Less
The First Walker Street Biennial By Jerry Cullum, editor
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The proliferation of biennials, usually involving the importation to small locales of an internationally recognized curator, raises enormous questions of power and responsibility. Maurizio Cattelan... More > offered an implicit critique (or maybe just enjoyed a vacation in the sun) by staging a Sixth Caribbean Biennial in which no works of art were on view. In reverse fashion, documenting the art of a biennial that never took place serves the function of making more visible some existing work, by Brandy Worsfold and Tom Wegrzynowski. The exhibitions of which installation shots appear in this book took place elsewhere and were seen by few people. This documentation, which was briefly available in one Walker Street gallery, has the potential of reaching more viewers than a physical Walker Street Biennial would have had. It should be noted that Walker Street is not only a street with two extremely hip galleries, it is one of the shortest streets in Atlanta, making it the ideal location for this not-quite-virtual biennial.< Less
MexiCali Biennial 2013 2nd edition By MexiCali Biennial
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MEXICALI BIENNIAL 2013 Cannibalism in the New World. The MexiCali Biennial is a dynamic platform for creating new channels of communication between artists and audiences in the US and Mexico. This... More > project includes the work of 26 artists and collectives working in a variety of media, from sculpture and performance to video and painting. Curated by Ed Gomez, Luis G. Hernandez and Amy Pederson Participating Artists: Fred Alvarado, Natalia Anciso, Marycarmen Arroyo Macias, Ana Baranda, Juan Bastardo, Sergio Bromberg, Helen Cahng, Matthew Carter, Carolyn Castaño, Enrique Castrejon, Tony de los Reyes, Map Conception: Deborah Diehl & Arzu Arda Kosar, Dino Dinco and Rafa Esparza, Veronica Duarte, Roni Feldman, Kio Griffith & Carmina Escobar, Zoè Gruni, HELL- (0) featuring: Michael Dee, Martin Durazo and Ichiro Irie, Daniel Lara, Candice Lin, Juan Luna-Avin, Matt MacFarland, Dominic Paul Miller, Flavia Monteiro, Nancy Popp,Peter Bo Rappmund, Christopher Reynolds, Cindy Santos Bravo, and Fidelius X< Less
FAI Now: International Art Biennials in North America By Cathy Byrd
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Fresh Art International NOW (FAI NOW) reveals what it means to be creative in the 21st century. A publication series inspired by the Fresh Talk audio program launched in 2011, FAI NOW elaborates on... More > the concentric circles of creativity that radiate from sites of cultural production around the world. Shifting Points of View, the inaugural volume, considers the underpinnings and outcomes of three international contemporary art biennials that opened last year in North America. Featured here are the voices of artistic directors, artists, and communities that give a unique character to ephemeral, large-scale, multinational exhibitions in Santa Fe, New Orleans, and Montreal.< Less