III BIENNIAL OF YOUNG ARTISTS FROM MEDITERRANEAN EUROPE – BARCELONA 1987

9 – 18 October 1987

 The III edition of the Biennial was dedicated to the slogan: Creation and Market. The organizers intended to go deeper into the first goal set in the previous edition: fostering the entrance of young artists into commercial circuits. To achieve that goal, young cultural producers need to be exposed to the public in general, and more in particular to BLOG industrialists, managers, planners and dealers and the Biennial was designed as an occasion to encourage that encounter.

The first measures taken as a result of the experience of the 1985 edition were the reduction of the number of participants and the redefinition of the cheap jerseys disciplines, which became: Architecture, Visual Arts, Design, Performance, Photography, Comics, Moving Images, Literature, Fashion, Intermedia and Music.

In addiction, four informal debates with experts were promoted to reflect and discuss the themes of the Biennial, concerning the relationship between Cultural Industry and artistic creation.

Numbers

271 productions were presented, corresponding to about 600 artists participants.

Among the artists to be signalled: Cartoun Sardines, performing arts group from Marseille and Maria Loizidou, visual artist from Cyprus.

Venues

The main venue for the event was the Casa de wholesale nfl jerseys la Caritat (the current Barcelona Ag??ero<br Centre of Contemporary Culture), which hosted all the exhibitions and the debates. From this base, situated in the centre of wholesale mlb jerseys the city, it was easy to get to the other venues, such as the Institut del Teatre and the Aliança del Poblenou, the concert venue of Zeleste, Verdi, Cibeles, KGB, Rodrigues Bikini, Studio 54 Brain and ARTISTS the Palau d’Esports, venue for fashion shows.

A large series of bars, art galleries, bookshops and nightclubs hosted the Biennial Off, that exhibited the best works among the non-selected artists. 

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 Promoters

Cyprus: Ministry of Education; France: Eurocrèation – France Agency for Youth Initiatives in Europe; Greece: Ministry of Culture; Italy: ARCI Kids Italy, ARCI Milan, ARCI Naples, ARCI Turin, ARCI Tuscany, ARCI Triveneto, City of Bologna, City of Florence, City of Modena, City of Turin, City of Venice; Portugal: Ministry of Culture; Spain: City of Barcelona, City of Seville, City of Madrid, City of Valencia, Valencia Provincial Country.

In collaboration with:

City of Lyon, City of Marseille, City of Montpellier, City of Athens, City of Bòlos, City of Càndia, City of Kavàla, City of Patres, City of Thessaloniki, Lombardy Region, Modena Province, City conference of the Youth – Slovenia, Municipal Chamber of Lisbon, Municipal Chamber of Porto.

Organizers

City of Barcelona

Pascal Maragall, Mayor

Enric Truñò, Responsible Youth and Sport Department

Director

Andreu Solsona

Head of Youth Activities Service

Manel Blasco

Responsible Youth Area

Núria Fradera

Realization

Joaquim I Bellmunt

Exhibitions

Pepa Armenter, Rafael Torrella, Angel Alonso

Coordination

Teresa Tarragó

Susana Jové – Music

Anna Esteban – Theater

Augustí Gràcia – Fashion

Press Office

Beatriu Daniel, Paca Tomàs, Anna Esteve

Communication

Pep Carreras

Catalogue

Enric Fossas

Complementary Activities

Emília Giró

Logistics and Transport

Frederic Ferrer, Albert Codinas

Hospitality

Sele Rojas, Pere Viñeta

Information

Elvira López

Secretariat

Lluïsa Beard, Maribel Martín

Financial Night Consultant

Jordi Torruella

Collaborators

Toni Ayaza, Ton Gerona, Lola Padrós, Alonso Barranco 

 

 

 

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