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The 2013 Biennale de Lyon

Art | October 3, 2013 |

Dan Colen, Livin and Dyin, 2013

The 2013 Biennale de Lyon

The 2013 Biennale de Lyon international exhibition, curated by Gunnar B. Kvaran, presents works by 70 artists from 21 countries. It is entitled “Meanwhile… Suddenly, and Then“. In 2013, five venues are hosting the international exhibition: La Sucrière, mac LYON, Fondation Bullukian, Saint-Just Church and La Chaufferie de l’Antiquaille.

Roe Ethridge,  Louise Blowing a Bubble, 2011

“Veduta” is the portion of the Biennale dedicated to amateur projects. “Veduta” 2013 is creating a network of more than 40 houses, found or built for the occasion, that will accommodate artist residencies, mac LYON collections, works from the international exhibition, and narratives from locals, all of which tell multiple stories. In addition, 60 private residences will host 60 artworks from the international exhibition.

The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Psyche Revived, 2013

Résonance” is the platform for an additional 200 affiliated exhibitions, projects and residencies in the Rhône-Alpes region. “Résonance” is coordinated by the Biennale but is organised by artist collectives, non-profit associations, galleries, art centres and institutions throughout the area.

The 2013 Biennale de Lyon
“Meanwhile… Suddenly, and Then”
From 12 September 2013 to 05 January 2014

more. www.biennaledelyon.com

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