International Triennale of Contemporary Art 2008, National gallery in Prague
Place: Veletržní Palace
Date: 03.06.2008 - 14.09.2008
RE-READING THE FUTURE
President of ITCA: Milan Knížák
Curator-in-chief: Tomáš Vlček
The International Triennale of Contemporary Art is held under the auspices of Václav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic, and Pavel Bém, Lord Mayor of the Capital City of Prague.
ITCA web sites:
By organizing ITCA 2008 the National Gallery in Prague refers to the International Biennale of Contemporary Art – IBCA 2005 and the First Prague Biennale 2003.
Hundreds of works, mainly by European contemporary artists working in the field of fine arts, music, theatre, video, film, literature, photography and architecture, are presented in the representative building of Veletržní Palace on the area of approximately 9000 sqm.
ITCA – International Triennale of Contemporary Art organized by the National Gallery in Prague is an extensive international project oriented on those artistic tendencies that stay aside the mainstream of contemporary fine arts.
Curators and projects:
1/ Elita Ansone / Latvia -Paradoxes of Time
2/ Daniele Balit / Italy, France - Heavier Than Air
3/ Pascal Beausse / France - The Clearing
4/ Vladimír Beskid / Slovakia - The Present Picture – The Picture of the Present?
5/ Katerina Bruch / Peru, Germany - Hybrid Identities in Urban Landscapes
6/ Boris Danailov, Tzvetomira Tocheva / Bulgaria - Re-Reading the Future
7/ Natalie Hénon & Jean-François Rettig / France - Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid
8/ Henry Meyric Hughes / UK - Fog
9/ Pilvi Kalhama / Finland - Transgressing Mind
10/ Milan Knížák / Czech Republic - In the Global Gutter
11/ Olga Marcinkiewicz / Poland - Art of the Future
12/ Yukihiro Masuda / Japan - Ticky–Tacky Images of the World
13/ Hiroshi Minamishima / Japan - Cool Frames for Re-Reading the Future
14/ Carlos Cabral Nunes / Portugal - O.U.T. – the underground
15/ Lenka Sedláčková / Czech Republic - Beyond the Photograph: Nature, Universe, Time
16/ Danna Taggar / Israel - Future Perfect
17/ Tomáš Vlček / Czech Republic - Somewhere between Re-Reading and Recycling the Future
18/ Oliver Zybok / Germany - The Aesthetics of Resemblances
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