Taipei Biennial announces Curators for the 14th Edition

Wednesday, March 27, 2024
Taipei Biennial announces Curators for the 14th Edition

The 14th Taipei Biennial, opening in November 2025, will be curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath. Bardaouil and Fellrath state,

“The Taipei Biennial is one of Asia’s most influential and longstanding art events, and we have been closely following its program for many years. In line with our ongoing commitment, our curatorial approach will prioritize the artists, allowing their voices to continuously broaden our understanding of the complex worlds we inhabit. We look forward to bridging our global network to the 14th edition in 2025.”

With a professional background in art history, theatre, economics, and political science, the Lebanese-German curatorial duo are known for their pluri-disciplinary, multi-cultural curatorial practice. Their approach to exhibition making is informed by the complex interplay between local and global contexts, with a focus on developing innovative public programs to engage with diverse communities.

Bardaouil and Fellrath currently serve as directors of Hamburger Bahnhof – National Gallery of Contemporary Art in Berlin. Under their curatorial platform “Art Reoriented,” they have collaborated with over 70 museums worldwide. In 2019, they curated the pavilion of the United Arab Emirates at the La Biennale di Venezia, and in 2022, they co-curated the French pavilion, receiving a “Special Mention” Award. Also in 2022, they curated the 16th Lyon Biennale under the title Manifesto of Fragility, where they generated widespread resonance and amplified educational outreach by linking artists with institutions from various creative industries, art schools, and production facilities to collaborate on new commissions and site specific installations.

Main Image :Sam Bardaouil (right) and Till Fellrath (left). Courtesy Taipei Fine Arts Museum

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