Artists of the 2nd International Contemporary Art Cannes Biennale Tanja Playner Pari Ravan Stefan Wenger Pirjo Sievanen Anne Margrethe Bjerkebro Lisa Levasseur Erica Fromme Howard Harris Wendy Yeo Lilyana Petrova Lulu Lili (Ljiljana Burcul Lilly) Zdenka Palkovic Galyna Moskvitina Satoko Shinke Alain Rousseau Aurelia Chloe Maurizio Iazeolla Gunilla Klemendz Pedro Alberti Johannes Jacobus Blom Claudia Pombo Monique Heubel Hasna Sal Ovidiu Lebejoara Shima Shanti Adriana Palomar Maribel Matthews Banjerd Lekkong Jacqueline Hocquard Sebastian Frederic Christin Ohlin sign Kin Leticia Varela MadeleIne Schachter Mari Nishimura Katerina Panagiotopoulou Ellina Katsnelson Florence Cazebon Irma Sinikka Elfving Nyk Sykes
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MAMAG Modern Art Museum
Castle Hubertendorf Schloss Hubertendorf 1 3372 Blindenmarkt Austria office@mamag-museum.com +43 (0) 664 2142 885
Art Museum near Vienna, located between Munich, Salzburg, Prague, Vienna MAMAG Modern Art Museum exhibit contemporary art in Vienna / Austria, Paris / France, Cannes / France, Basel / Switzerland, castle Hubertendorf / Austria
17 May 2018 - Vernissage To register for the vernissage, please contact us: office@contemporaryartcannesbiennale.com 18 May 2018: 11 - 17 hours 19 May 2018: 11 - 15 hour
Cannes Palace 14 avenue de Madrid 06400 Cannes Visit the International Contemporary Art Cannes Biennale from 17 to 19 May 2019 www.contemporaryartcannesbiennale.com
Location
MAMAG Modern Art Museum, the global contemporary, modern art museum, located in the historical noble castle Hubertendorf in Lower Austria between Vienna, St. Pölten and Salzburg
17 - 19 May 2019 during Cannes Film Festival time
International Contemporary Art Cannes Biennale is a museum-quality exhibition curated by the MAMAG Modern Art Museum in collaboration with the PAKS Gallery, with prizes awarded to artists in various categories. International Contemporary Art Cannes Biennale takes place during one of the most important cultural weeks worldwide - Cannes Film Festival. The exhibition allows the presence of all artistic directions. The focus of the Biennale is on painting, sculpture, mixed media, paper works and digital art, which is professionally curated to give the viewer an overview of the movement of the contemporary art scene.Collectors, galleries, critics and journalists have the opportunity to see works of art from Japan to Brazil, from USA to France, from Great Britain to Australia, to get involved in changing cultures, styles and artistic expressions. Famous galleries, journalists and art collectors in Europe are invited.The presence of artworks allows the viewer to convey the greatest possible artistic impact. Curators and visitors will be able to see the works of established and emerging artists.Museum curators experience art from around the world in an environment where artists are rigorously selected. The exhibition is organized in such a way that the visual impact of the individual works is maximized in order to place the accents on the most important points of the work of art and to allow the observer the complete statement of the work of art.