Biennial

How much are curators really paid?

Germano Celant’s pay for Milan is at the top end of the festivals and biennials league table

Published online: 18 July 2014

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I dissent, therefore I paint

Mikhail Roginsky had little time for the label "founder of Soviet Pop" or, in fact, for any group at all

Published online: 15 July 2014

Putting Pittsburgh on the art map?

With a ten-month biennial, directors and curators aim to present Pittsburgh as a viable arts hub

Published online: 08 July 2014

Contemporary artists recreate “dazzle” ships in London and Liverpool

Liverpool Biennial co-commissions vibrant works marking First World War centenary

Published online: 07 July 2014

Russia’s other art biennial

Days before Manifesta 10 opens in St Petersburg, the International Biennale for Young Art kicks off in Moscow

Published online: 27 June 2014

Manifesta: a hard act to pull off

Kasper König organises the roving biennial as Russia, its host, attracts attention for all the wrong reasons

Published online: 20 June 2014

 

Manifesta’s moggies

“Erik van Lieshout’s work takes as its themes sex, violence, ‘high art’ and its institutions, and commercial culture.” The Manifesta...

Carolyn's curatorial conundrum

We know that curators are very intelligent and deeply cerebral, but we were foxed by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev's curatorial statement for...

Happiness is a blowtorched gun

A group of artists recently took their pick of a cache of guns seized by, or handed over to, law enforcement officers, the New Orleans...