III Biennial of Young Artists from Mediterranean Europe – Barcelona 1987

III Biennial of Young Artists from Mediterranean Europe – Barcelona 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 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 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 la Caritat (the current Barcelona Centre of Contemporary Culture), which hosted all the exhibitions and the debates. From this base, situated in the centre of 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, Bikini, Studio 54 and 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.

Artists

A morte do pobo; Eduarda Abbondanza; Ahora o nunca; Felipe Alarcão; José Luis Albelda; José Alcalà; Nicola Amato; Angela Lyra’s dance company; Stavros Antonopoulos; Perla Armaroli; Ana Avellana; B.b. sin sed; Onofre Bachiller; Barbara Bai; Balkan Air; Bandamagnaetica; Josep Batlle; Pierre Bismuth; Chistophe Blanc; Josep Lluís Bolao; Umberto Bonagura; Marco Bonvino; Jérôme Borel; Borghesia; Angela Bornia; Stephane Bracconier; Maria Bruni; Anna Bujons; Santi Cabùs; Pep Camps; David Capella; Cilli Capitani; Mirko Andrea Carlesso; Cartoon Sardines Theatre; Javier Casado; Javier Casado; Pedro Casqueiro; Joan Enric Castellví; Casile Chaize; Panos Charalabous; Stefano Chiassi; Evangelia Chrissopoulou; CIA.Sarzi Amadé (Teatro Imprevisto); Andrés Cobo; Vasco Colombo; Combes-Le Bris; Emilios Comodromos; Compagnhia de dança de Lisboa; Compagnie Djaim Raphael; Compagnie Hallet-Eghayan; Compagnie Luca Nicolaj; Consul – Aguilo; Alex Conti; Antonio Cortese; Costas Coutsoftidis; Costas Coutsoftidis; Vitorio Cravanzoa; Salomé Cuesta; Jean-Françoise Dalle Rive; Ernesto De Ceano; Libero De Cunzo; Fernando Del Castillo; Demolition Group; Silvia Deola; Emmanuel Depoix; Miha Dešman; Jean-Pierre Di Muzio; Yiannis Dialinos; Cristian Dios; Pedro Pablo Domínguez; Marie Christine Dorner; Omada Edafos; El Drama; Elleboro; Veneno En Barra; Antiphon Ensamble; Ensamble Di Milano; Equipe Moholy Nagy; Diplous Eros; Jean-Paul Esposito; Teatre Estrany; Esturion; Henry Excoffier; Sol Fabrega; Factoria Multikolor; Miguel A. Fernanández; Diana Ferrara; Michel Fessler; Fiat Teatro Settimo; Elena Filippini; Igor Fistrič; Josep M. Forcadell; Paulo Miguel Forte; Panayotis Fotiadis; Fernanda Fregateiro; Danielle Froudiere; G.N.R (Grupo novo rock); Gilles Gaillot; Prats Gallardo; Alfonso García; Alfredo García; Rudi Ghedini; Massimo Ghezzi; Victoria Gil; Manuel Giménez; Françoise Glora; Inés Gonçalves; Antonio Jorge Gonçalves; Alfons Gonzalez; David Gonzalez; Bojan Gorišek; Alberto Grassi; Georges Graviilidis; Grupo de danza comporanea; Gruppo Cameristico Orazio Vecchi; Ioannis Guailopoulos; Paolo Gualdi; Padelis Handris; Hassania Hdidou; Alvaro Holgado; Daniel Horacio Font; Lluís Hortalà; Alan Hraniteli; Jean Hubert; Rita Idini; Alojn Ihan; Imago; Ionas; ITM Disseny Gràfic; Ingnacio Jauregui; Carles Javierre Pelut; Manuel Jimenez; Yiannis Komninos; Zissis Kotionis; Savidu Koula;Yiannis Kourondis; Marko Kovačič; Aurelia Kreit; l 2 m!; Lanonima Imperial; LatinLovers; Iury Lech; Les Filles Latines; Joaquim Lieitão; Demetrius Lionopoulos; Josep Llobet; Maria Loizidou; Fabrizio Loschi; José Alfonso Madrid; Pocion Magi; Tassos Mantzarinos; Map I Tonik; Edoardo Marchisio; Rafael Martin; Eugenia Martini; Jordi Martorell; Xavier Mascarò; Díaz-Marqués Masip-Vallhonrat; Anna Mauri; Mchhcm; Maria Menziani; Maria Teresa Mesegar; Carlos Mesquita; Francesco Messori; Metropolis; Antoine Michaelides; Michelizzi&Associati; Vuit I MiG; Moda; Octavia Monaco; Carlos Montaño; Fabrizia Monticelli; Loretta Mugnai; Marcello Murru; Nikos Navridis; Etiquetta Negra; Borinot Negre; Markou Nikos; Jean François Nourrisson; Luis M.Ochandorena; Paola Onofaro; Manuel Ortiz; Xavier Paolantonacci; Theodora Papadimitrion; Panayotis Papadimitripopoulos; Leonidas Papadopoulos; Antonio Parrilla; Nuria Pascqual; Carlo Pelatti; Arnaud Pendrie; Alberto Petra; Marco Petrella; Mariano Piçarra; Feliph Pich-Aguilera; Carlota Pizzi; Lezard Plastic; Arguijo-Catany Pons; Lidia Porcar; Miguel Angel Porro; Marjetica Potrč; Producciones No; Augustí Puig; Josep M. Pujol; Maria Isabel Quaresma; Estudio Que; Quodlibet; Nicoletta Randazo; Rats; Rec Video; Dimitris Repas; Mario Ribeiro; Mario Rivelli (Otto Gabos); Jordi Rocosa; Menelaos Rodis; Rodondo Rocks; Frederic Roustan; Vitor Rua; Máximo Rubio; Martin Sala; Joana Sanchez; Nuno Santa Cruz; Gérard Santi; Marc Sardina; Sergio Sarra; Marco Sasia; Savas Sava; Manuela Sayago; Katja Schikarski; Dario Scodeller; Oscar Seco; Massimo Semerano; Virginia Serna; Virginia Serna; Sexteto de jazz de Lisboa; Vayianoy Sgouros; Pedro Silva; Evelin Sioupi; Gřzinic Šmid; Snappin’boys; Jose Manuel Soalheiro; Trivizas Sotiris; Tanja Špenko; Iordanis Stilidis; Jane Stravs; Lili Stroubouli; Studio Matto; Nadia Stylianou; Giovanni Surace; Lefki Symphonia; Panayotis Tanimanidis; Angelidis Tassos; Alexandrou Tavželj; Telectu; Tele-rebus; Terpolilli (Ipostudio&Associati); Patrice Terraz; The difference; Théâtre en morceaux; Politistiki Omada Thessalonikis; Tibidavox; Gracia-Toledo Umbert; Totem; Trànsit; Urgent; Teresa Leonor Vale; Panos Vardopoulos; Marcio Vehara; Xavier Veilhan; Giovanni Venuta; Marc Viaplana; Palacín Viaplana; Egas José Vieira; Manuel Vieira; Adelaide Vignola; Vi-Kerr; Àngels Viladomiu; Carlos Wamba; Warna (teatrexpress); Winter Watercolors; Alexion Zacharioudakis Charos; Gianfranco Zanafredi; Maurizio Zucca.


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