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Biennials: The Exhibitions we Love to Hate - New Directions in Contemporary Art (Paperback)Rafal Niemojewski (author)
some of the more traditional art media, such as painting, drawing or sculpture. They have been responsible for
substantially reshaping the contemporary art world and disrupting the existing value chain of the art market, which now relies on biennials as much as it does on major museums'
acquisitions and exhibitions.
Rafal Niemojewski, Director of the Biennial Foundation, deftly unpicks the critical discussion and controversy surrounding contemporary biennials. Branded by some critics as showcases of neo-liberalism run amok, in which culture has become synonymous with the dollar-generating leisure industry, biennials have also been associated with the production of monumental artworks which are both highly consumable and photogenic (Instagrammable). The exhibitions we love to hate? This engaging publication makes an essential contribution to a fascinating cultural debate.
Publisher: Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd
Dimensions: 200 x 130 mm
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