Casagrande & Rintala
Jorge Luis Marrero
Claudia & Julia MÃ¼ller
For this 3rd Biennale de Montreal, we placed emotion at the source of our choices. The social and economic context lends itself to it. Return to the individual, enhanced value of communication between people, identification of pleasures and passions, ethical and political choices.
The Biennale de MontrÃ©al is an international biennial established in 1998.
The third edition will be held from September 26 to November 3, 2002.
The 3rd Biennale de MontrÃ©al will take place in MontrÃ©al's CitÃ© MultimÃ©dia in Old MontrÃ©al, with Prince Street as its main public venue.
This biennial is about pleasures, passions and emotions Life is Life! Pleasures, Passions, Emotions
For this 3rd Biennale de MontrÃ©al, we placed emotion at the source of our choices. The social and economic context lends itself to it. Return to the individual, enhanced value of communication between people, identification of pleasures and passions, ethical and political choices.
To discuss these subjects, we propose exhibitions, a seminar, performances, films. We have selected first-rate artists from here and abroad, with thoughts and works that will move you to extremes, we are sure.
We wish to thank all the artists and professionals taking part in this contemporary visual arts event. We thank our public and private partners, the governments of QuÃ©bec and Canada and the City of MontrÃ©al, for their financial support. The 3rd Biennale de MontrÃ©al is particularly grateful to CitÃ© MultimÃ©dia of MontrÃ©al and the SociÃ©tÃ© de dÃ©veloppement de MontrÃ©al for their enthusiastic cooperation. We also thank all those who have committed themselves into this project by providing advice, technical help and logistical support. To members of the board of directors and the staff of the CIAC/ Biennale de MontrÃ©al, we say thank you.
We invite the public to see the work of today's artists. They are a source of inspiration and a tribute to life.
Paul D. Leblanc
Chairman of the Board
General and Art Director
Talk about art to Dan Cameron, RenÃ© Block, Claude Gosselin, Mary Doyle, Michel Onfray et Mary-Anne Zagdoun
1- David Blatherwick Canada, QuÃ©bec
2- Cai Guo-Qiang China/USA
3/4- Casagrande & Rintala Finland
5- Colette USA
6- Marcel Dzama Canada, Manitoba
7- Graham Gillmore Canada, British Columbia
8- Betty Goodwin Canada, QuÃ©bec
9- Angela Grauerholz Canada, QuÃ©bec
10- Daniel Guzman Mexico
11- Mathew Hale United Kingdom
12- Anton Henning Germany
13- Cisco JimÃ©nez Mexico
14- Koganezawa Takehito Japan
15- Lux Lindner Argentina
16- Corinne Marchetti France
17- Jorge Luis Marrero Cuba
18- FranÃ§ois Morelli Canada, QuÃ©bec
19/20- Claudia & Julia MÃ¼ller Switzerland
21- Alain Paiement Canada, QuÃ©bec
22- Bruno Peinado France
23- Ed Pien Canada, Ontario
24- Jean-FranÃ§ois Prost Canada, QuÃ©bec
25- John Scott Canada, Ontario
26- Kiki Smith USA
27- Siphay Southidara Canada, QuÃ©bec
28- BarthÃ©lÃ©my Toguo Cameroun
29/30- Torolab (RaÃºl & Marcela CÃ¡rdenas) Mexico
31- Pablo Vargas-Lugo Mexico
32/33- Vedovamazzei (Stella Scala & Simeone Crispino) Italy
34- Jean-Luc Verna France
35- Fabien Verschaere France
36- Michel Iorio
37- Cees Krijnen The Netherlands
Anonymous (Nino Rodriguez)
The Biennale de MontrÃ©al is located in different buildings along Prince street, in the area of CitÃ© MultimÃ©dia de MontrÃ©al (Old-MontrÃ©al), and at Espacio Mexico
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Tel. : 514/288-0811
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