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TIRANA PRISHTINA PROJECT 2005 Feni Zguro | info | 01.03.2006
TIRANA PRISHTINA PROJECT 2005
Travelling to Prishtina for participation in an exhibition, by plane, takes just 25 minutes. In this way, one escapes the 2000 hooks of Kukës ‘highway’ and the, not so nice to experience, human landscape. Getting back to our example, the artist finds the inspiration and presents a project inbetween Albania and Kosovo. This was the idea of Florian Agalliu, coordinator and organiser of art…
Of Slums from Buenos Aires Gabriela Francone | info | 01.01.2006
OF SLUMS FROM BUENOS AIRES
SWEET TABOOS in Tirana – 3rd Tirana Biennale Alban Muja | info | 01.01.2006
SWEET TABOOS IN TIRANA – 3RD TIRANA BIENNALE
Conceptually, the Tirana Biennale was billed as an exploration of taboos in contemporary society with an effort to test them artistically using an Albanian backdrop. Practically, this international festival of exhibitions appears as a masterpiece of what people can do on a shoestring. Perhaps it is the very absence of massive external cultural financing that this show could be the creative…
Global Locality Magdalena Ujma, Joanna Zielińska | info | 01.01.2006
GLOBAL LOCALITY
9th Istanbul Biennial, Antrepo No. 5, September 16 – October 30, 2005 The ninth Istanbul Biennial was shaped by two curators: Charles Esche and Vasif Kortun. The former is an art critic who used to run the Tramway Gallery in Glasgow and currently serves as director of the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven. The latter comes from Turkey but has lived in the United States for a long time; where he was…
For or About - Or a Question: Who am I? Alina Serban | info | 01.01.2006
FOR OR ABOUT - OR A QUESTION: WHO AM I?
I digress upon a pressing question: Who am I? When discussing the most recent Istanbul Biennial, there are manifold reasons to ask. Not only does the question introduce the issue of local identity and critical regionalism; in a deeper sense, it addresses the transgression process of cultural forms, and the borderless situation in which these forms appear and co-exist. A hallmark of current…
Beware! Politics! – We All Used to Love Political Art Alena Boika | info | 01.01.2006
BEWARE! POLITICS! – WE ALL USED TO LOVE POLITICAL ART
Art Moscow: Results Alena Boika | info | 01.03.2005
ART MOSCOW: RESULTS
From May 24 to 29, the ninth ART MOSCOW International Art Fair took place in Moscow. During this period, over 35,000 people visited the fair. The total amount of sale exceeded $ 2,138,000. One work was destroyed. This year, the number of participants considerably increased – there were over fifty of them; the exposition occupied four stories of the Central House of Artists on Krymski Val. For…
Warszawa – Moscow / Moscow – Warsaw. 1900 -2000: Parallel Paths of the Past Century Olga Vašinkevič | info | 01.03.2005
WARSZAWA – MOSCOW / MOSCOW – WARSAW. 1900 -2000: PARALLEL PATHS OF THE PAST CENTURY
The contorted Russian-Polish relations do not fill the finest pages of history: wars, the Smutnoye Vremya (the Time of Troubles, 1598-1613), the partition of Poland, the painful “Jewish question.” The accusations have lately been mutual about the number of prisoners of war who died in camps or were killed in mass executions. Yet all the close cultural, social and economic relations that have…
Codes of the Middle Class Jiří Ptáček | info | 01.03.2005
CODES OF THE MIDDLE CLASS
ZVON: The 5th Biennial of Young Art Dům U Kamenného Zvonu, (House at the Stone Bell) , Prague 4. 14. – 6. 5. 2005 The Prague Biennial of Young Art at the House of the Stone Bell (Zvon) has its own unique place in the Czech Republic, an established niche with a specific radius of action. That means: it has taken place in the prestigious exhibition hall in the middle of the Czech capital five…
Go Only Halfway? At Least Then You Are Halfway There. Jiří Ptáček | info | 01.03.2005
GO ONLY HALFWAY? AT LEAST THEN YOU ARE HALFWAY THERE.
To any passer-by one Friday morning last May, the smoke billowing over the roof of Prague’s House at the Stone Bell could have seemed rather frightening. But this gothic monument was not aflame; the smoke was an experiment by Jana Kalinová to create an artificial cloud there, while worried firemen stood by. White gas wafted through a transparent pipe upwards reaching a set of balloons,…
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