BIENNALE DE LA BICHE - the smallest art biennale in the world

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
BIENNALE DE LA BICHE - the smallest art biennale in the world

For the first edition of Biennale de La Biche, the smallest art biennale in the world, Alex Urso and Maess Anand, the project’s founders and curators, have selected fourteen artists from all over the world.

BIENNALE DE LA BICHE - the smallest art biennale in the world

For its first edition, Alex Urso and Maess Anand, the project’s founders and curators, have selected fourteen artists from all over the world. Although differing from one another, each participant was asked to conceive an artwork able to coexist with the environment of the location: the enchanting Caribbean island of Ilet de La Biche.

The title chosen for the 2017 edition is In a land of. This sentence, suspended and imprecise, wants to be a suggestion, an incentive to grasp the essence of the island as a geographically isolated place, but above all, a spot distant from all the limits and conventions of the contemporary art system. Moreover, the location is a transitory place, because it is slowly disappearing: due to the rising sea levels, the island is in fact gradually submerging, and in a few decades, it is destined to disappear.

The artist has been, therefore, invited to interpret the concept of a non-place, elaborating a work that can reflect the transience of time and absolute insecurity to which the island is currently subjected.

Biennale de La Biche, 2017 - Installation view - Zuza Ziolkowska-Hercberg 

Biennale de La Biche, 2017 - Installation view -Norbert Delman

Biennale de La Biche, 2017 - Installation view - Jeremie Paul

More information about Biennale de La Biche, the smallest art biennale in the world, opening January 6, 2017 at Grand cul de sac marin, 97115, Guadalupe could be found here.

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Yves Klein, IKB Godet, 1958, dry pigment, synthetic resin on gauze on panel. Private collection. ©Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris.

Yves Klein, IKB Godet, 1958, dry pigment, synthetic resin on gauze on panel. Private collection. ©Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris.

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