Prague Biennale Foundation is proud to present the second edition of the Prague Biennale, curated by Giancarlo Politi and Helena Kontova, following the enormous success of the first Biennale. Prague Biennale 2 will take place in a vast post-industrial space that has been specifically adapted for what will be the largest exhibition in Europe dedicated to today’s painting, demonstrating the crossing of styles, techniques, cultures and traditions in contemporary art. PRAGUE BIENNALE 2 will focus on two main themes: Expanded Painting – Painting and Around, and Acción Directa, art as political action.
The European graffiti festival “Meeting of Styles” arrives in Greece for the first time on May 13 to 14. The event takes place in Thessaloniki thanks to the inauguration of the Live2store company and the Carpe Diem non profit association. Considered as one of the most important graffiti events, it presents famous artists while it also comprises breakdance events, extreme sports and lots of music.
Kidff aim is to promote and propagate the production of documentary films and to develop a sprit of friendship and cooperation among filmmakers from all around the world while bringing the International attention to the Kish ecotouristic attractions and possibilities.
The Hellenic Physics Society in collaboration with the Eugenides Foundation are pleased to announce the International Interdisciplinary Conference? Science and Art? to be held in Athens, Greece on June 16-19, 2005.
The FESTIVAL OF NEW CINEMA – MONTREAL (FNC) launches a call for projects for the 34rd Edition of the Festival, which will be presented in Montreal, CANADA, October 13 to 23, 2005. In keeping with its aim of promoting cinema d’auteur, independent video, and creativity in new media, the FNC is constantly on the lookout for new and original works.
Attention All Audio Artists!
Audio artists around the world are invited to send their work to Art in the Air, an International Audio Art Festival, hosted by Faucet Media Arts Centre and Struts Gallery, in Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada, from August 18-20, 2005.
Artcity Festival is a celebration of contemporary visual art, architecture and design, held every September in Calgary, Canada. Artcity opens possibilities for conversations, debates and realizations about how and what artists, architects and designers do and how they see and shape the world around us. In 2005, Artcity Festival will explore the ideas and concepts associated with the term “Trans”. The Visual Arts Programming Committee invites submissions for artworks which comply with this year’s theme TRANS.
The exhibition attempts an approach to the contemporary reality of Cypriot Visual Arts. At the same time, it aspires to act as a meeting platform for 65 significant Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot artists, both older but mainly younger, who, in the thirty years which have elapsed, have managed through their work to create a multifaceted mosaic constituting the identity of cypriot Contemporary Art.
An international arts project for the Green Line and the city of Nicosia, Cyprus.
THE EDVARD MUNCH AWARD FOR CONTEMPORARY ART has been initiated and developed by the OFFICE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART NORWAY to enhance exchange in international contemporary art and highlight the importance and ongoing influence of the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944).