VI Biennial of Young Artists from Mediterranean Europe – València 1992

VI Biennial of Young Artists from Mediterranean Europe – València 1992

After the two editions in Barcelona of 1985 and 1987 the Biennial of Young Artists from Mediterranean Europe went back in Spain.The events that were affecting Europe, like the Yugoslav Wars, with the consequent changes in the borders, the dismantling of some Countries and the birth of new ones, were reflected in the circuit of the Biennial, which welcomed new Countries for its VI edition, such as Croatia.The Biennial could be considered as an answer to the challenges carried out by those changes, since it gave us the trust in the future of the young artists.

The Biennial was structured in the following disciplines: Performance, Architecture, Scenic Arts, Visual Arts, Graphic Design, Photography, Gastronomy, Comics, Moving Images: Cinema and Video, Inventions, Literature, Fashion, Music and Cultural Projects.

Numbers

The participants were about 700 artists from 12 Countries (Spain, Italy, France, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Portugal, Republic of San Marino, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia).

The most highlighted artist of this edition were: Fratelli di Soledad, music group from Turin, Ghazel, visual artist from Paris, Dimitris Indares, film-maker from Athens, Alexandros Psychoulis, visual artist from Athens, Karim Sergoua, video-maker from Alger, Slaven Tolj, performer and visual artist from Croatia and Danijel Žeželj, visual artist from Croatia.

Venues

The Biennial took place in several buildings of the urban tissue, such as: Palau de Musica, where the opening ceremony took place, Palacio Marqués de Campo, Museo de la Ciudad, Casa-Museo Benlliure, Centro de Artesania, Tinglado del Puerto, Sala Escalante, Filmoteca Valenciana, Centro Cultural Bancaja, Universidad de Valencia, Instituto Francés, Teatro Olimpia, Disco Woody and Teatro.

Artists

Samy Abtroun; Addaura; Adesso e Sempre; Manuel Aires Mateus; Alessandro Albert; Andrea Alessio; Luis Almeida Gonçalves; Augusto Alves da Silva; Luis Filipe Alvoeiro da Costa; Amor de Madre; Ourania Anastassiadou; Maria Andreou; Jorge Antonio; Zelka Argiri; Eva Armisen; Arn Rex; Art Scene; Giancarlo Artese; Articolo 11; Atelier d’Art Dramatique; Bald Theatre; Catarina Baleiras; Gilles Barbier; Cristina Barbolini; Jorge Barreto; Cia Patrice Barthes; Enrico Benvenuti; Bepo Zenit; Guillermo Betes; Stefano Bettuolo; Christian Bigoni; Victor Blasco Marques; Boa; Laurent Bordai; Ammar Bouras; Francisco Broca; Carlos Brotons Cabrera; Monika Brugger; Roberto Brunetti; Paolo Bucci; Luis Buchinho; Burdel Mandelay; Miguel Campos Rodriguez; Paulo Cancela de Abreu; Andrea Capucci; Valérie Carmona; Alberto Carrere Gonzalez; Laura Cazzaniga; Centro Studi Giacosa; Risos Charalambides; Michai Charikeia; Cécile Chenet; Bilal Cherif; William Cherino; Savvas Christodoulides; Chronos ensamble; Sonia Ciaranfi; Eddie Clement; Colli Maffei; Enzo Coluccio; Compagnia Thaumatos; Giovanni Cramarossa; Cuisiniers trattoria St Marta; Helle Damkjaer; Zezelj Danijel; Bozic Danino; Marguerite Danou; Aymeric Delassus; Olivier Desamarais; Roberto Di Bello; Dias Lopes Frazao; Pablo Diaz Garcia; M. Ange lDiez; Alì Dilem; Indares Dimitris; Zoran Drakulie; José Drummond; Antonio Juli Duarte; Sandro Dukic; Duo Pagnozzi – Puglisi; Duo Segovia – Ferrer; Roberto Duse; Marios Economides; El Desvan; El Duetto; Euipe Limite; Paolo Euron; Filipe Faisca; Rui Falcao; Gabriele Fantuzzi; Bruno Fattore; Paulo Feliciano; Isidoro Ferrer Soria; Nadia Filippini; Carlo Filippini; Elisabetta Fioravant; Mich Fradkin; Ana Fragoso; Fratelli di Soledad; Corinne Fricker; Cathy Garcia; Antonio Jesus Garcia Sanchez; Jorge Garcia Sanchez; Susanna Gargiulo; Roberta Gasparini; Jaoudet Gassouma; Alga Chiara Geminiani; M. Victoria Gomez de Lara; Susana Gomez Guillot; Ana Gonzalez Bezos; Sergio Gonzalez Mendez; Maria Goula; Philippe Goutagny; Paulo Gouveia; Nikos Greorgiakis; Jean Groidis; Gianluca Guarato; Stefania Guarato; Fernando Man Guerreiro Martins; GUTA; José Antonio Hergueta Garcia; Neven Hitrec; Damir Hoyka; Alfonso Inchaurraga Alvarez; Abel Ippolito Ruiz; José Antonio Jimenez Martinez; Eva Karapanou; Angie Karatza; Jean Karlpoulos; Achileas Kentonis; Nicolas Koklas Venetikos; Kondoa; Nenad Labus; Marco Limberti; Pablo Llorens Serrano; Ivan Lolli; Los Braulio; Herminia Luque Ortiz; M. Paz Pinas; Antonio Macca; Panagiotis Mantziaras; José Miguel Manzanal Bustillo; Flavio Masi; Athena Matisse; Antonello Mengato; Stéphane Menu; Andrea Molocchi; Montazstroj; Raniero Muccioli; Caroline Olivie; Jesus Olmo; Omada Edafous; Elisa Ossino; Andrea Pagani; Donato Parente; Inaki Pascual; Iva Patarcec; Guillaume Paturel; Antonis Perantonakis; Isabel Perez de Montalban; Lutz Petry; Pedro Miguel Pinhero Alves Cabri; Christina Pitsillidou; Dionisio Platel Platel; Carlo Poggio; Mathieu Poitevin; Harris Pontikis; Laurent Pourcel; Alezandre Psijoulis; QUE d’la Gueule; Marc Quer; Ester Quiros; Ghazal Radpay; Angel Ramos Rosales; Gemma Raso Raso; Carles Recio; Reporter Estrabico; José Miguel Ribeiro; Jose Eduardo Rocha; Miguel Angel Rocha Coelho da Silva; Cesar Luis Romero Mejias; Francesca Rossi; Rui nunes; Odile Ruiz; Diego Ruiz de la Torre; Ryck et Lola; Asmira Salkanovic; Gloria Salvatori; Marco Samore; Pedro Nuno Santos Lopes; Petros Savvides; Enrico Sbrojavacca; Scenotauro; Scuola Paolo Grassi; Karim Sergova; Konstantinos Serguis; Benjamin Series; Luca Serra; Cesar Serra Bano; Pedro Luis Serrano Jorge; Nuno Artur Silva; Majkus Sinisa; Sistema Informativo Massificato; Pierre Soto; Vericios Spyros; Theophilos Stoypiadis; Kalafatis Stratos; Juan Pedro Suarez Borreguero; Davor Suk; Sebastian Talavera Serrano; Cristian Tassani; Teatro delle Trasmigrazioni; Teatro Reon; Fabio Testa; TEX WILLER; Theare Organique; Glafkos Theophylactou; Ludovic Tintorini; Slaven Tolj; Serge Traquini; Cristiana  Valentini; Rodrigo Valero Gonzalez; Carlos Horacio; Varea Escobar; Alberto Varetto; Venus Lips; Paolo Verzone; Viceversa; Domingo Villalba Indurria; Ana Villarroy; Elena Votsi; Nikolaus Voudouris; Ximo Tebar Group; Akonithis Yannis; Claudio Zanirato; Lucia Zecchin; Zita La nuit Danse Cie.


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