Andrea Galvani | The Unknow | Mediations Biennale of Poznań, Poland

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Curated by: Denise Carvalho,Friedhelm Mennekes,Fumio Nanjo,Tomasz Wendland

13.09.2012 – 12.10.2012

 

“The unknow exists with the same intensity as the known or everything already comprehended. Perhaps a better way of putting it is: what exists, exists; what does not exist, exists as well.”

 

Among artists participating: Adel Abdessemed, Nicole Ahland, Paulo Bruscky, Benjamin Bergmann, Nick Cave, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Richard Fajnor, Andrea Galvani, Gabriela Golder, Nick Hornby, Ali Hossaini, Tadeusz Kantor, Adam Kalinowski, Algis Kizys, Dariusz Kowalski, Mischa Kuball, Piotr Kurka, Sang Nam Lee, Simon Lee, Daniel Lergon, Kristin Lucas, Lenore Malen, Teresa Margolles, Alice Miceli, Simon Morley, Oskar Muñoz, Glexis Novoa, Julia Oldham, Robert Parke Harrison, Shana Parke Harrison, Bernd Jansen, Magdalena Jetelovà, Fernando Prats, Nicolas Provost, Tim Roda, Robert Rumas, Regina Silveira, Alexander Steig, Adriana Varella, Alejandro Vidal, Alex Villar, Bill Viola and many others.

 

MEDIATIONS BIENNALE is presently the largest visual art event in Central Europe and the only one of its kind in Poland. Its central European location, at the crossroads of many cultures, allows it to assume a role of a mediator between Asia and Europe. The geographical location of Poland, at the meeting point of the two continents, has stimulated the development of this unique cultural perspective, different to the postcolonial one of Western Europe.

 

A long tradition of mediations, laying foundations for MEDIATION BIENNALE, goes back to the year 1989 when a conference and series of international exhibitions entitled Civilisation and Culture took place in Poznań. Over the years, it has become an important mark in many Polish and international calendars of art events, thus attracting world famous curators and art critics, as well as the most distinguished international artists. 2012 Mediations Biennale continues the heritage of exhibitions, which, in a variety of ways, talk about all that is unknowable and spiritual in art. Mediations Biennale

 

MEDIATION BIENNALE

 

 

 

Curated by: Denise Carvalho,Friedhelm Mennekes,Fumio Nanjo,Tomasz Wendland

13.09.2012 – 12.10.2012

 

“The unknow exists with the same intensity as the known or everything already comprehended. Perhaps a better way of putting it is: what exists, exists; what does not exist, exists as well.”

 

Among artists participating: Adel Abdessemed, Nicole Ahland, Paulo Bruscky, Benjamin Bergmann, Nick Cave, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Richard Fajnor, Andrea Galvani, Gabriela Golder, Nick Hornby, Ali Hossaini, Tadeusz Kantor, Adam Kalinowski, Algis Kizys, Dariusz Kowalski, Mischa Kuball, Piotr Kurka, Sang Nam Lee, Simon Lee, Daniel Lergon, Kristin Lucas, Lenore Malen, Teresa Margolles, Alice Miceli, Simon Morley, Oskar Muñoz, Glexis Novoa, Julia Oldham, Robert Parke Harrison, Shana Parke Harrison, Bernd Jansen, Magdalena Jetelovà, Fernando Prats, Nicolas Provost, Tim Roda, Robert Rumas, Regina Silveira, Alexander Steig, Adriana Varella, Alejandro Vidal, Alex Villar, Bill Viola and many others.

 

MEDIATIONS BIENNALE is presently the largest visual art event in Central Europe and the only one of its kind in Poland. Its central European location, at the crossroads of many cultures, allows it to assume a role of a mediator between Asia and Europe. The geographical location of Poland, at the meeting point of the two continents, has stimulated the development of this unique cultural perspective, different to the postcolonial one of Western Europe.

 

A long tradition of mediations, laying foundations for MEDIATION BIENNALE, goes back to the year 1989 when a conference and series of international exhibitions entitled Civilisation and Culture took place in Poznań. Over the years, it has become an important mark in many Polish and international calendars of art events, thus attracting world famous curators and art critics, as well as the most distinguished international artists. 2012 Mediations Biennale continues the heritage of exhibitions, which, in a variety of ways, talk about all that is unknowable and spiritual in art. Mediations Biennale

 

MEDIATION BIENNALE

 

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