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Paris - 28/07/2014
Paul McCarthy’s Chocolate Factory in Paris
“Chocolate Factory”, Paul McCarthy’s major solo show curated by Chiara Parisi, is open from 25...
Milan - 23/07/2014
Takashi Murakami lands in Milan
Tonight, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is set to unveil a new large-scale one-man exhibition at...
New York - 11/07/2014
On Kawara passed at the age of 81
On Kawara, the Japan-born conceptual artist who made his home in New York City for the past 50 years...
Basel - 16/06/2014
Swiss Art Awards 2014
The winners of the Swiss Art Awards 2014 will be announced in Basel tonight, in the presence of Fede...
Los Angeles - 09/06/2014
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel to Open Downtown Los Angeles
Iwan Wirth, president and owner of Hauser & Wirth, announced the company's new Los Angeles venue wil...

Begins: 06/09/2011
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An online biennale?

The first platform of its kind, BiennaleOnline aims to present a curated selection of artists’ work Internet-enabled devices. A modular interface will allow visitors to follow the specially curated paths and quickly sort selections according to artist, medium, region, and other criteria. Users may also define and tag routes themselves, creating personalized maps to share their favorite artists through social media forums.
The first edition of this online biennale, ‘Reflection and imagination,’ will be launched on April 27, 2013 and curated by Jan Hoet. 30 leading curators from around the globe will also be selecting 5 artists from their region, with a minimum of 2 from their own country. Under this premise, a total of 175 emerging artists will presenting an unlimited number of works. The participating curators are Rodrigo Alonso (Argentina), Laurent Busine (Belgium), Lara Boubnova (Bulgaria), Adriano Pedroso (Brazi), Josee Drouin Brisbois (Canada), Gerado Mosquera (Cuba), Rebecca Lamarche Vadel (France), Martin Germann (Germany), Katerina Gregos (Greece), Chang Tsong- zung (Hong Kong), Vincenzo De Bellis (Italy), Ranjit Hoskote (India), Gideon Ofrat (Israel), Javier Hontoria (Spain), Yuko Hasegawa (Japan), Hyunsun Tae (South Korea), Cuauhtémoc Medina (Mexico), Elena Sorokina (Russia), Nataša Petrešin- Bachelez (Slovenia), Lorenzo Benedetti (Netherlands), Joanna Mytkowska (Poland), Daniel Birnbaum (Sweden), Giovanni Carmine (Switzerland), Fulya Erdemci (Turkey), Catherine David (UAE), Hans Ulrich Obrist (UK), Nancy Spector (USA East), Jens Hoffmann (USA West).
BiennaleOnline is hosted and organized by Art + an online initiative founded by David Dehaeck and Nathalie Haveman. The organization is expecting more than a million visitors in the first 200 days and the participating emerging artists will receive 30% of ticket sales.


BiennaleOnline’s curator, Jan Hoet.

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