II BIENNIAL OF YOUNG ARTISTS FROM MEDITERRANEAN EUROPE – THESSALONIKI 1986

21 – 30 November 1986

 The II edition of the Biennial of Young Artists from Mediterranean Europe was held in Thessaloniki.

In those years the city experienced a significant cultural development and the young citizens carried on a vital need to open up to the world.

Thus, the proposal of an international event, with the participation of foreign cheap NFL jerseys artists in all fields of creativity, arrived at an appropriate historic moment for Thessaloniki.

Thessaloniki committed itself to organize the event without deviating from the goals set by the organizers in Barcelona, promoting, once again, the creation of contacts between artists and professionals.

The city itself benefited from the event: most of BIENNIAL the venues were renewed on occasion of the Biennial and, in the years following it, the city managed to keep all those places open, renewed and modern. All venues now comprise vital hubs for the support of the city’s artistic and cultural life.

The disciplines were: Photography, Video, Dance, Classical Arts, Architecture, Industrial Design, Comics, Jewelry-making, Music, Cinema and Literature.

Numbers

650 young artists representing 7 different European Countries (Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy and Yugoslavia) participated to the event. The paying visitors were 170.000, plus the audience who attended the Impromptu free outdoor events.

To be signalled the presence of the following artists: Bauhaos, group of cheap jerseys Architects from Athens, Elli Chrysidou, visual artists from Thessaloniki, Augustí Fernández, pianist from Barcelone, Theodoulos Gregoriou, visual artist from Cyprus, Dimitris Kozaris, photographer, video-maker and sculptor from Greece, Mau Mau, music group from Turin, Sosta Palmizi, a dance company from Italy, Panos Vardopoulos, photographer from Athens, Stavros Zafiriou, writer from Thessaloniki.

Venues

The competent architectural committee that chose and shaped the locations was faced with the total lack of infrastructures, even for smaller projects. Therefore, it chose Teknikler the “rebirth” and “discovery” of new venues: forgotten and abandoned buildings, unknown monuments, inaccessible warehouses.

Thus, events were distributed throughout the city: at the Port, which hosted artistic events for the first time; Santa at the Royal Theater, which was reopened after twenty years of dereliction and dilapidation; the premises of the Thessaloniki International Fair; museums; the giant Miami Dolphins Jerseys Roman Rotunda and Ottoman monuments, such as Yeni Çami and Alaça Imaret. 

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 Promoters

Greece: Ministry of Culture, City of Thessaloniki; France: Eurocrèation – France Agency for Youth Initiatives in Europe; Italy: ARCI Italy, City of Turin, City of Bologna; Portugal: Fundo de Apoio aos Organismos Juvenis; Spain: City of 在线论坛黑名单 Barcelona

In collaboration with:

Cyprus, City of Florence, Lombardy Region, City of Udine, City of Venice, Calabria Region, City of Madrid, City of Valencia, City of Seville, City of Lisbon, General Secretariat for Youth/Portugal Ministry of Culture, Regional Office of Languedoc-Roussillon, City of Ljubljana, City of Dubrovnik

Organizers

Director

Demetrius Salpistis

Organizing Committee

Melina Mercouri, Ministry of Culture

General Secretariat of Youth

City of Thessaloníki

Theocaris Manavis, Mayor 

 

 

 

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