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    Marijana Cvetkovic wrote:To: From: Marijana Cvetkovic Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 22:14:47 +0200 Subject: [culturalmanagementpolicy] Vrsac
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      Marijana Cvetkovic <marilana@...> wrote:To:
      From: "Marijana Cvetkovic"
      Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 22:14:47 +0200
      Subject: [culturalmanagementpolicy] Vrsac Biennial Newsletter 2



      29 June 2004



      05 July - 05 August 2004
      Vrsac & Belgrade


      Bringing together more than 100 widely acclaimed international and national participants - from the US to Lithuania, from the Netherlands to Israel - the VI Yugoslav Biennial of Young Artists reflects relevant trends on the global art scene.



      Jos uvek bez naziva/Untitled (As Yet) - the Biennial's main exhibition - takes place in various locations in Vrsac including the Konkordija Centre for Contemporary Culture, an apartment in a residential block in the centre of town, and the so-called Honey Bank, that at different points in its vivid history served as a bank, hotel, brothel, and warehouse.



      Jos uvek bez naziva/Untitled (As Yet) is a non-thematic exhibition presenting works selected for a number of unashamedly subjective reasons. Examples vary from a theatre play written and directed by artist's 9 year old daughter, and a brand of sweets created especially for the occasion, to a video re-enactment of the 1995 assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, a 15m high vinyl installation, and a living room built entirely out of old newspapers and magazines.



      Rather than serving to support a certain curatorial thesis, Jos uvek bez naziva/Untitled (As Yet) is primarily conceived as a situation that allows artworks to enter an open-ended conversation which can potentially extend beyond the confines of an exhibition. The final result will not be discernible in advance - it depends on unpredictable conjunctions that the works establish among themselves.



      Participating artists: Bobby Abrahamson (USA), Kamal Aljafari (Palestine), Boaz Arad & Miki Kratsman (Israel), Johanna Billing (Sweden), Ivan Bon (Serbia & Montenegro), Bashir Borlakov (Turkey), Slater Bradley (USA), Paul Carter (UK), Peter Coffin (USA), Phil Collins (UK), Marko Crnobrnja (Serbia & Montenegro), Giovanni De Lazzari (Italy), Milena Dragicevic (UK), Davor Dukic (Serbia & Montenegro), Vesna Dunimagloska (Macedonia), Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard (UK), Inaki Garmendia & Asier Mendizabal (Spain), gelatin (Austria), Milena Gordic (Serbia & Montenegro), Ivan Grubanov (Serbia & Montenegro), Stefan Haus (Croatia), Sharon Hayes (USA), Ana Husman & Ana Seric (Croatia), Sinisa Ilic (Serbia & Montenegro), Ivana Jelavic (Croatia), Ivana Jovanovic (Serbia & Montenegro), Jeroen Kooijmans (Netherlands), Nenad Kostic (Serbia & Montenegro), Zsolt Kovacs (Serbia & Montenegro), Torsten Lauschmann (UK), Sinisa Labrovic (Croatia), Liisa Lounila (Finland), Milena Maksimovic (Serbia &
      Montenegro), Nikoleta Markovic (Serbia & Montenegro), Jelena Martinovic (Serbia & Montenegro), Renzo Martens (Netherlands), Ivan Moudov (Bulgaria), Rosalind Nashashibi (UK), Isabel Nolan (Ireland), Primoz Novak (Slovenia), Nika Oblak (Slovenia), Ahmet Ogut (Turkey), Sener Ozmen (Turkey), Adrian Paci (Italy), Slavica Panic & Biljana Bodiroga (Serbia & Montenegro), Marija Pavlovic (Serbia & Montenegro), Bruno Peinado (France), Vedran Perkov (Croatia), Ivan Petrovic (Serbia & Montenegro), Susan Philipsz (UK), Cristian Pogacean (Romania), Darinka Pop-Mitic (Serbia & Montenegro), Valerie Prot (Spain), Maja Radanovic (Serbia & Montenegro), Maja Rakocevic (Serbia & Montenegro), Jelena Radic (Serbia & Montenegro), Arturas Raila (Lithuania), Dragan Rajsic (Serbia and Montenegro), Stefano Romano (Italy), Petra Seveljevic (Croatia), Goran Skofic (Croatia), Ivana Smiljanic (Serbia & Montenegro), Praneet Soi (India), Boris Sribar (Serbia & Montenegro), Laura Stasiulyte (Lithuania), Vera Vecanski
      (Serbia & Montenegro), Version (Romania), Francesco Vezzoli (Italy), Natalija Vujosevic (Serbia & Montenegro), Jasmila Zbanic (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Katarina Zdjelar (Serbia & Montenegro)



      The VI Yugoslav Biennial of Young Artists incorporates a series of concurrent exhibitions and events in Belgrade, including Art After Curating, a one-day conference on issues in contemporary curating featuring leading international curators.



      For more information, please visit www.yuartbiennial.vrsac.com.



      Join us in Vrsac & Belgrade this summer!



      PR: Nana Radenkovic

      tel: +381 64 239 2523

      fax: +381 11 311 2955

      e-mail: nana@...


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