The online platform ART+ announces 180 of the most promising emerging artists at a critical moment, when they are poised to become established artists, chosen by 30 world-leading curators. A streamed selection of the artist’s work, including rising stars from across the globe, will be shown on the BiennaleOnline exhibition that opens 26 April. BiennaleOnline is the first curated, exclusively online biennial exhibition of contemporary art. Facilitating links between organisations and practitioners operating within the global biennial community by providing resources and an open platform for exchange, collaboration and research.
The first platform of its kind, BiennaleOnline makes available a curated selection of artists’ work on any Internet-enabled device, anywhere in the world. A modular interface allows visitors to follow the specially curated paths and quickly sort selections according to artist, medium, region, and other criteria, and to view works in relation to those of other artists or zoom in to examine details and surfaces. Users may also define and tag routes themselves, creating personalised maps to share their favourite artists through social media forums, including Art+, Twitter and Facebook.
The team consists of leading international curators who are affiliated with prestigious museums such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Serpentine Gallery in London, Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, SMAK in Ghent, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, the MAC in Hornu, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit, and the Jewish Museum in New York.
The 30 leading curators selected five artists each, with a minimum of two from their own country. The number of works per artist was unlimited and the curators chose at least one piece from each of the following categories: photography, new media, installation, performance, and traditional media (painting, drawing, sculpture).
The list of artists selected to take part in Jan Hoet’s BiennaleOnline 2013 are:
Meriç Algün, Ringborg EdgardobAragon, Francesco Arena, Marcela Armas, Ed Atkins, Niclas Bacal, Guy Bar Amotz, Wojciech Bąkowski, Eduardo Basualdo, Stefania Batoeva, Atul Bhalla, Beni Bischof, Rossella Biscotti, Lucas Blalock, Katinka Bock, Gwenneth Boelens, Thomas Bogaert, Pawet Bownik, Veronica Brovall, Michal Budny, Sophie Bueno Boutellier, Giuseppe Campuzano, Nina Canell, Francesco Cavaliere, Tony Chakar, Rosa Chancho, Alejandro Chaskielberg, Jeanette Chávez, Chieh-Jen Chen, Wei Chen, Paolo Chiasera, Vaast Colson, Sarah Conoway, Michael Dean, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Raphaëlle de Groot, Edith Dekyndt, Virginia De Medeiros, Liz Deschenes, Jessica Dickinson, Aleksandra Domanovic, Eitan Efrat, Nezaket Ekici, Charlie Engman, Ruth Ewan, Sirah Foighel Brutmann, Linda Fregni, Nagler Leyla Gediz, Mariam Ghani, Babak Golkar, Kristin Grey Apple, Meta Grgurevič, Osang Gwon, Hadley+Maxwell, Petrit Halilaj, Susan Hefuna, Thomas Helbig, Calle Holck, Jonathan Horowitz, Vlatka Horvat, Carlos Irijalba, Fritzia Irizar, Sarah Anne Johnson, Zin Ki Jong, Regina José Galindo, Leja Jurišič, Nikita Kadan, Franka Kassner, Ragnar Kjartansson, Thomas Kratz, Sheung-Chi Kwan, Oliver Laric, Guillaume Leblon, Changwon Lee, Sojung Lee, Yeesookyung, Gauthier Leroy, Ellen Lesperance, Hanna Lidén, Shiga Lieko, Minouk Lim, Ryan Lobo, Jarbas Lopes, Nicola Lopez, Maider Lopez, Desire Machine Collective, Kevin Mancera, Luiza Margan, Taus Makhacheva, Maria Marshall, Hiroyuki Masuyama, Manuel Mathar, Mediengruppe Bitnik, Wesley Meuris, Maro Michalakakos, Mikael Mikael, Adrien Missika, Marge Monko, Ivan Moudov, Carter Mull, Marina Naprushkina, Otobong Nkanga, Uri Nir, Navid Nuur, Christine Ödlund, Ahmet Ogut, Teatro Ojo, Nikolay Oleynikov, Daniela Ortiz, Sener Özmen, Amilkar Packer, Anna Parkina, Slawomir Pawszak, Kiko Perez, Dulce Pinzón, Falke Pisano, Frédéric Platéus, Sharon Poliakin, Paloma Polo, Agnieszka Polska, Nicolas Provost, Michael+Florian Quistrebert, Shiming Qiu, Timofey Radya, Camila Ramirez, Lucy Raven, Teja Reba, Mandla Reuter, Beau Rhee, James Richards, Evariste Richer, Rubedo, Analia Saban, Jeremy Shaw, Praneet Soi, Julia Spinola, Corin Sworn, Alberto Tadiello, Pilva Takala, L.N. Tallur, Zin Taylor, Angelica Teuta, James T. Hong, Clarissa Tossin, Katerina Undo, Ignacio Uriarte, Joris van de Moortel, Jan van Imschoot, Stela Vasileva, Yvonne Venegas, Ben Vickers, Vincent Vulsma, Suse Weber, Pavel Wolberg, Zorka Wollny, Chung-Yu Wong, Wai-Yin Wong, Jui-Chung Yao, Samira Yamin, Xiang Yang, Weili Yeh, Masha Yozefpolsky, Cheng-Ta Yu, Tobias Zielony.
Admission to BiennaleOnline on 26 April 2013 at: www.biennialfoundation.org
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Posted on 1 April 2013