Month: December 2016

Art among the penguins: inaugural Antarctic Biennale to launch next year

The Art Newspaper
Gareth Harris
12/04/16
The first Antarctic Biennale—an exhibition of contemporary art in one of the most remote places on the planet—is due to launch next spring, the organisers say. Around 100 artists and scientists will travel for 12 days aboard the Akademik Ioffe ship, creating works that will be “temporarily installed and exhibited in different locations on the Antarctic continent” […]

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Strange Bedfellows: Antarctic Biennale announces winners in Miami Beach

Observer
Guelda Voien
01/12/16
The unlikely project that is the 2017 Antarctic Biennale looks more likely to move ahead today, as the international team of curators announced a tie for the winner in the open call for artists’ submissions: German Gustav During and Sho Hasegawa, of Japan. […]

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