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Artists from Central Asian countries at the Venice Biennale 2009, curated by Beral Madra.Aug 2009
Central Asian Countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan) are participating in the 53rd International Art Exhibition la Biennale di Venezia, from June to November 2009. The exhibition entitled Making Interstices is curated by Beral Madra, curator and art critic from Turkey, and presented at Palazzo Molin, on Fondamenta delle Zattere in Venice.
Making Interstices proposes to recognize the intricate distinctions and options of art making in the global world. If with Making Worlds the Venice Biennale intends to present the broad-spectrum of today’s art, Making Interstices indicates the way artists work, operate and produce in Central Asian countries throughout the political and economic turbulences of the last thirty years.
Ermek Jaenisch (Kyrgyzstan)
Jamshed Kholikov (Tajikistan)
Oksana Shatalova (Kazakhstan)
Anzor Salidjanov (Uzbekistan)
Yelena Vorobyeva & Viktor Vorobyev (Kazakhstan)
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UiU Special on the Venice Biennial 2009
Central Asia Pavilion
53rd Venice Biennale 2009
4 June - 22 Nov. 2009
Palazzo Molin, Fondamenta delle Zattere, Venice