BMW again partner of a 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art from Jun 4 to Sep 18. BMW Art Car artist Cao Fei among this year’s participants.

Posted on 30. May, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Berlin. From Jun 4 to Sep 18, 2016, Berlin
Biennale will again benefaction Germany’s collateral with ubiquitous works
of contemporary art – and BMW will once some-more support a muster as
partner. Curated by a New York-based artist common DIS, this
year’s artistic programme will find to manifest a paradoxes that
increasingly make adult a universe in 2016: among others a practical as
a real, nations as brands, people as data, enlightenment as capital, and
wellness as politics. In a arriving months, some-more than 150
ubiquitous artists and members of other disciplines will be
participating in a sermon within several formats combining the
9th Berlin Biennale. Besides KW Institute for Contemporary Art this
year’s art works will be also displayed during a Akademie der Künste,
a ESMT European School of Management and Technology located in the
former domicile of a GDR state council, a reopened Feuerle
Collection as good as a newcomer vessel Blue-Star of Riedel shipping company.


Together with Allianz Cultural Foundation and ifa (Institut für
Auslandsbeziehungen), BMW will capacitate a Young
Curators Workshop as partial of a Berlin Biennale
already for a sixth time. Developed by philosopher Armen Avanessian,
this year’s judgment is dedicated to a subject and hurdles of
“Post-contemporary Art”. The 10-day seminar from Sep 8-17 aims
to sell ideas, plead curatorial issues and practices and
strengthen a beginning of immature curators worldwide.


As in prior years, a participants of a 9th Berlin Biennale
embody artists closely connected to BMW Group’s international
informative engagement. As such, the subsequent BMW Art Car artist Cao
will benefaction dual stills of her video work “Haze and Fog”
(2013) in a light box designation as partial of a LIT project
exhibited in a corridor of a Akademie der Künste. In addition,
Romanian artist Alexandra Pirici, who will benefaction her work “Public
Collection” together with Manuel Pelmus as partial of BMW Tate Live
during a opening weeks of a new Tate Modern, will be partial of the
categorical programme of a Berlin Biennale. On Saturday, Jun 4, BMW hosts
an disdainful media brunch with a curatorial group DIS and artists of
a Biennial such as Alexandra Pirici.


Since a pregnancy in 1998, a Berlin Biennale has turn one of
Germany’s many critical events of contemporary art. It is made by
a opposite concepts of curators allocated to enter into a dialogue
with a city of Berlin, a ubiquitous public, a people meddlesome in
art as good as a artists of this world. The prior 8 editions
of a Berlin Biennale explored a accumulation of muster formats and
concerned different curatorial agendas.


The city of Berlin and a BMW Group are connected by a lasting
and wide-ranging informative partnership. Besides a Berlin Biennale,
a list of long-term commitments to a humanities in Germany’s capital
city includes a Preis der Nationalgalerie, a Gallery Weekend
Berlin and a abc art berlin contemporary. In addition, an
ubiquitous artist-in-residence sell module for immature Chinese
and German artists was launched in 2014. Beyond a extensive
joining to a arts, a long-standing alfresco format “State Opera
for All” – a song beginning of BMW and a Staatsoper Unter den
Linden – celebrates a 10th anniversary this year.


For serve information about a programme concomitant the
muster of a 9thBerlin Biennale, greatfully impute to:


Venues and opening hours:

Akademie der Künste

Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin


ESMT European School of Management and Technology

Schlossplatz 1, 10178 Berlin


The Feuerle Collection

Hallesches Ufer 70, 10963 Berlin


KW Institute for Contemporary Art

Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin


Wed-Mon 11am – 7 pm, Thu 11am – 21 pm, Tue closed


Blue-Star sightseeing vessel of Reederei Riedel

Two hour vessel trip

Departure Fischerinsel, Märkisches Ufer 34, 10179 Berlin

Wed-Mon, no vessel trips on Tue



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