Moscow Biennale

5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art

Claire Paugin, Logi Leo Gunnarsson, Veronika Geiger og María Dalberg munu taka þátt í 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art.
Sýningin opnar 1. júlí 2016 og mun standa yfir fram til 10 ágúst. Sýningin fer fram the Trekhgornaya Manufaktura exhibition space sem er hluti af Moscow Museum of Modern Art.
Þessir fjórir listamenn starfa í Reykjavík.

Claire Paugam (f. 1991): BA in Fine Arts at the School of Fine Arts of Nantes (France), MA Fine Arts Iceland academy of the arts. Nationality French.

Logi Leó Gunnarsson (f. 1990) útskrifaðist frá myndlistardeild Listaháskóla Íslands vorið 2014. Nýlegar sýningar sem hann hefur tekið þátt í eru New Release í Gerðarsafni, Coming soon í Núllinu, Svona, svona, svona í Safnahúsinu í Reykjavík, og Rousseau screening á Kim bar í Berlín. Hann býr og starfar í Reykjavík.

María Dalberg (f. 1983): hefur verið virk í sýningarhaldi allt frá því að hún útskrifaðist með B.A. gráðu frá Listaháskóla Íslands árið 2009. Hún hefur haldið einkasýningar og tekið þátt í 32 samsýningum og kvikmyndahátíðum. Verkin hafa ferðast til 10 landa og enn fleiri borga. Þær sýningar sem bera af: 1) Remembering- A Glimps of A Memory í Malmö Kunsthall frá árinu 2015 2) Sýning hinna glötuðu verka á vegum NÝLÓ frá árinu 2014. 3) Oberhausen Film Festival frá árinu 2010. 4) Alt_Cph09 Alternative Artfair í New York á vegum Kling og Bang. 5) You can take the Artist out of Iceland but you can not take Iceland out of the Artist, Bergens Kunsthall og Photogalleriet í Osló. María útskrifaðist með M.A. gráðu árið 2016 frá Listaháskóla Íslands.
www.mariadalberg.com

Veronika Geiger (f. 1987) has studied MA Fine Art at Iceland Academy of the Arts, Fine Art Photography at Glasgow School of Art and Land Art at University of New Mexico, US. Currently living and working in Reykjavik and Copenhagen. She uses a mixture of lens-based media and analogue methods. She investigates elements such as light, weight, and gravity in the landscape, embracing the make-up of space. She has participated in exhibitions internationally in Denmark, Switzerland, Iceland, United Kingdom, USA, Mexico and Latvia. Recent exhibitions include ‘Do Disturb’, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France, 10. -13. April, 2016, ’reGeneration3 New Perspectives on Photography’, Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland, June – September 2015.

Biennial theme: Deep Inside

Dates: 1st July – 10th August 2016

Main Project venue: the Trekhgornaya Manufaktura exhibition space

The list of 87 young artists and artistic duos, representing 36 countries has been announced by curator of the bienniale, Nadim Samman: “The open call received an overwhelming response from artists worldwide. More than 2000 applications from more than 80 countries were submitted, and the quality of the proposals made choosing the final selection a difficult but eye-opening process. Ranging from installation to video, interdisciplinary collaborations, painting and more, the scope of artistic approaches was huge.”

According to Samman, the ultimate selection of 87 projects reflects the most vital currents in today’s contemporary art. The featured works engage with some of the most challenging cultural developments of our time – including ecological collapse, the dissolution of distinctions between ‘nature’ and technology, the inescapable topography of the network, and the interplay between transparency and opacity in the information age. Throughout, the works seem symptomatic of a state of ungrounding.

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