15 – 24 November 1985
The Biennial was the perfect conclusion for such a year, proposing, once again, the city of Barcelona as a place for the of exchange of the cultural experiences of young artist from wholesale mlb jerseys Mediterranean Europe.
With this Biennial, the city of Barcelona wanted to offer to young artists, who still were out of commercial circuits, a market infrastructure for possible exchanges, diffusion and contamination by other productions.
The artists represented the following disciplines: Performance, Architecture, Visual Arts, Cinema and Video, Photography, Design and Graphic Arts, Fashion and Style, Music, Comics, Poetry and Creative Prose.
860 young artists from 6 countries (Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal, and Yugoslavia) participated in the event and experienced the presence of 68.000 visitors during the 10 days covered by the event.
Among the artists, to be signalled the presence of: Bisca, a music group from Naples, Silvio Cadelo, an Italian but living in Paris illustrator, Stefano Giovannoni, designer from Milan, Irwin, a Slovenian group that works on visual arts, Ema Kugler, Slovenian performer and video-maker, Litfiba, rock music group from Florence, Fabrizio Monteverde, Italian dancer and choreographer, Post Marjetica Potrč, visual artist from Slovenia, Costas Varotsos, Greek visual cheap mlb jerseys artist, Dragan Živadinov and Dunja Zupančič, from Ljubljana, founders of the Scipion Nasice Sisters Theater Company
The permanent exhibitions were mainly installed in the Casa de la Caritat, an ancient city orphanage, recovered especially for this event before the completion of its definitive restoration when it would become the Centro de Cultura Contemporánea of Barcelona.
The Casal dels Transformadors, the Casa Elizalde Civic Center, the Les Cotxeres de Sants Civic Center, the Cinemathèque and a carpet installed in the emblematic Plaza de Catalunya plus a group of some twenty-five bars and venues hosted the more than hundred planned shows.