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2nd Kyiv Biennale moved to 2015

So, in our biennale round-up, we were left scratching our heads over Kyiv’s fledgling ARSENALE, which recently named springerin team Hedwig Saxenhuber and Georg Schöllhammer (also head of the collective tranzit.at) as the curators of its second edition (following David Elliott’s debut biennale, which, … Continue reading

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Meanwhile… (future) History: Mark your calendars for 2014’s Art World Events

While this polar vortex has its way with New York, we’ve decided to turn our attention to all the things to come in the balmier months of the year. We’re not the only ones: this past week there were a … Continue reading

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Boris Groys pulls out of the Kyiv Biennale Discussion Platform, following Petitions

For its inaugural 2012 outing, the Kyiv Biennale supplemented its exhibition “The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: Rebirth and Apocalypse in Contemporary Art” (that cheerful title courtesy of curator David Elliot) with a series of lectures known as the … Continue reading

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Biennale Season kicks off with Kyiv and Bucharest

As the rest of the world braces for the Olympics, the art world is stretching out their most sensible flats, in preparation for the summer biennale season. While the biggest events are Documenta and Manifesta, there is also a crop … Continue reading

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“What is and What Should Never Be”: Katya Degot reveals the Discussion Program for the Kyiv Biennale

We posted earlier about the Kyiv Biennale which will open this May with David Elliot’s project “The Best of Times, The Worst of Times. Rebirth and Apocalypse in Contemporary Art.” Today, the Biennale announced its Discussion Program, which has been assembled by … Continue reading

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The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: Kyiv Biennale launches its new website

Announced in September 2011, the first Kyiv Biennale is taking shape, tapping Brit David Elliott as its first curator, PinchukArtCentre’s Alexander Soloviev as curator of special programs and Ekaterina Degot as the curator of discussions. While details about the artist … Continue reading

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