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The 4th Mediterranean Biennale

April 6th - June 30th, 2021 / Sakhnin Valley, Haifa, Israel

LIVING TOGETHER — CROSSING BORDERS
The 4th Mediterranean Biennale


6 April - 30 June 2021 / Sakhnin Valley, Haifa, Israel

 

We are glad to participate in The 4th Mediterranean Biennale LIVING TOGETHER — CROSSING BORDERS

The Mediterranean Biennale offers an alternative platform, highlighting the local processes being created in the region and enhancing their cultural impact by means of art directed toward the community; art that emerges from the museum walls and integrates with the city. The city becomes a place for artistic thinking and inspiration, and a laboratory for ideas and creativity.

The 4th Mediterranean Biennale seeks to reinforce solidarity, delving into the notion of the city as a shared public space, in response to the current Coronavirus crisis and its aftershocks. It sustains interpersonal interaction beyond borders in a time of travel restrictions and social distancing.

LIVING TOGETHER—CROSSING BORDERS introduces art as a tool that shortens distances and expands possibilities, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and sharing of experiences even when physically distanced.

Curated by Belu-Simion Fainaru and Avital Bar-Shay, The 4th Mediterranean Biennale presents works of 60 international artists, including  Tracey Emin, Adrian Ghenie, Mario Pfifer, Carlos Amorales, Janet Biggs, Chto Delat. Angelika Sher, Natalia Zourabova, among others.