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Av Lars Vilks - 2 april 2010 09:40

President’s Shoes 25,4 %

Norse Mystery Stone 23,9 %

Interim President Fredrik Axwik 20,8 %

Jeanne-Claude Monster-Nimis 8,1 %

Baron George A. Koeze 7,6 %

Ambassador Rangel Koldanov 7,1 %

Minister Daniel Kong 7,1 %


ANNONS
Av Lars Vilks - 6 april 2009 18:22

The following artists will participate in the 1st Ladonia Biennial



Jumana Emil Abboud (born Shefa-Amer, Palestine, 1971)
Georges Adéagbo (born Cotonou, Benin, 1942)
John Baldessari (born in National City, USA, 1931)
Rosa Barba (born in Agrigento, Italy, 1972)
Massimo Bartolini (born in Cecina, Italy, 1962)
Thomas Bayrle (born in Berlin, 1937)
Simone Berti (born in Adria, Italy, 1966)
Bestué/Vives (born in Barcelona, 1980; born in Barcelona, 1978)
Mike Bouchet (born in Castro Valley, California, 1970)
Ulla von Brandenburg (born in Karlsurhe, Germany, 1974)
André Cadere (Warsaw, 1934–Paris, 1978)
Paul Chan (born in Hong Kong, 1973)
Chen Zhen (Shanghai, 1955–Paris, 2000)
Nikhil Chopra (born in Calcutta, 1974)
Chu Yun (born in Jiangxi, China, 1977)
Tony Conrad (born in Concord, California, 1940)

Robert Cuoghi (born in Italy, 1973)
Keren Cytter (born in Tel Aviv, 1977)Jeremy Deller (born in London, 1966)
Nathalie Djurberg (born in Lysekil, Sweden, 1978)
Anju Dodiya (born in Mumbai, India, 1964)
Gino de Dominicis (Ancona, Italy, 1947–Rome, 1998)
Elena Elagina, Igor Makarevich (born in Moscow, 1949; born in Trialety, Georgia, 1943)
Öyvind Fahlström (Sao Paulo, 1928–Stockholm, 1976)
Lara Favaretto (born in Treviso, Italy, 1973)
Hans-Peter Feldmann (born in Düsseldorf, 1941)
Spencer Finch (born in New Haven, 1962)
Ceal Floyer (born in Karachi, Pakistan, 1968)
William Forsythe (born in New York, 1949)
Yona Friedman (born in Budapest, 1923)

Gawde, Sunil (born in Mumbai, India 1960)

Gilbert & George (born 1943, Italy and 1942, UK)
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster (born in Strasbourg, France, 1965)
Sheela Gowda (born in Bhadravati, India, 1957)
Tamara Grcic (born in Munich, 1964)
Gutai (Akira Kanayama; Sadamasa Motonaga; Saburo Murakami; Shozo Shimamoto; Kazuo Shiraga; Atsuko Tanaka; Tsuruko Yamazaki; Jiro Yoshihara; Michio Yoshihara)
Guyton\Walker (born in Indiana, 1972; born in Georgia, 1969)
Gonkar Gyatso (born in Lhasa, Tibet, 1961)
Jan Håfström (born in Stockholm, 1937)
Anawana Haloba (born in Livingstone, Zambia, 1978)
Rachel Harrison (born in New York, 1966)
Susan Hefuna (born in Cairo, 1962)
Carsten Höller (born in Brussels, 1961)
Huang Yong Ping (born in Quanzhou, China, 1954)
Joan Jonas (born in New York, 1965)
Miranda July (born in Barre, Vermont, 1974)
Rachel Khedoori (born in Sydney, 1964)
Toba Khedoori (born in Sydney, 1964)
Koo Jeong A. (born in Seoul, 1967)
Moshekwa Langa (born in Bakenburg, South Africa, 1975)

Sherrie Levine (born 1947, US)
Arto Lindsay (born in Richmond, Virginia, 1953)
Renata Lucas (born in Ribeirao Preto, Brazil, 1971)
Goshka Macuga (born in Warsaw, 1967)
Gordon Matta-Clark (New York, 1943–New York, 1978)
Cildo Meireles (born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1948)
Aleksandra Mir (born in Lubin, Poland, 1967)
Moscow Poetry Club
Yoko Ono (born in Tokyo, 1933)
Jorge Otero-Pailos (born in Madrid, 1971)
Blinky Palermo (Leipzig, Germany, 1943–Kurumba, Maldives, 1977)
Lygia Pape (Novo Friburgo, Brazil, 1927–Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2004)
Anna Parkina (born in Moscow, 1979)
Philippe Parreno (born in Oran, Algeria, 1964)
Pavel Pepperstein (born in Moscow, 1966)
Alessandro Pessoli (born in Cervia, Italy, 1963)
Falke Pisano (born in Amsterdam, 1978)
Michelangelo Pistoletto (born in Biella, Italy, 1933)
Att Poomtangon (born in Bangkok, 1973)
Marjetica Potrc (born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1953)
Sara Ramo (born in Madrid, 1975)
Tobias Rehberger (born in Esslingen, Germany, 1966)
Pietro Roccasalva (born in Modica, Italy, 1970)
Tomas Saraceno (born in Tucuman, Argentina, 1973)
Amy Simon (born in New York, 1957)
Simon Starling (born in Epsom, Great Britain, 1967)
Pascale Marthine Tayou (born in Cameroon, Africa, 1967)
Wolfgang Tillmans (born in Remscheid, Germany, 1968)
Rirkrit Tiravanija (born in Buenos Aires, 1961)
Grazia Toderi (born in Padua, Italy, 1963)
Madelon Vriesendorp (born in Bilthoven, The Netherlands, 1945)
Tian Tian Wang (born in Qingdao, China, 1980)
Richard Wentworth (born in Samoa, Oceania, 1947)
Pae White (born in Pasadena, California, 1963)
Cerith Wyn Evans & Florian Hecker (born in Llanelli, Wales, 1958; born in Augsburg, Germany, 1975)
Xu Tan (born in Wuhan, China, 1957)
Haegue Yang (born in Seoul, 1971)
Héctor Zamora (born in Mexico City, 1974)
Anya Zholud (born in Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1981)


ANNONS
Av Lars Vilks - 6 april 2009 17:48

Can You Keep A Secret? is a large exhibition that articulates different themes woven into one whole, without dividing the exhibition into sections.

Including collectives, the 1st Ladonia Biennial will show works by over 90 artists from all continents. All forms of artistic expression are present: installation art, video and film, sculpture, performance, painting, drawing and a parade. The exhibition will explore new spaces for art to unfold outside the institutional context and beyond the expectations of the art market. The emphasis on the creative process and on things in the making will not exclude an exploration of visual richness. Can You Keep A Secret? wants to display the full scope of today’s artistic strategies, a plurality indicated already in the title. It will present a large number of new, ambitious site-specific installations.


The exhibition is anchored historically through the presence of a number of works by artists such as André Cadere, Öyvind Fahlström, Gordon Matta-Clark, Yoko Ono, Blinky Palermo, and Lygia Pape. Typical for these artists is their relevance as constant sources of inspiration for younger artists, and in recent years they have often been at the centre of lively discussions within the artistic community.


Numerous works conceived for the exhibition will be presented in the Main Hall of Wotan City, in the State Library, in and around Arx and in the New Museum.  Massimo Bartolini will install a new educational space, the Seminar Island, Tobias Rehberger will redesign the Bar of the Screaming Bass. Rirkrit Tiravanija is going to show that relational aesthetics is still alive by arranging the most spectacular work that has ever been done in this field; he will use a quotation from Gustav Mahler’s 4th symphony. Jeremy Deller will explore the Swedish war, It Is What It Is, with a conversation in the New Museum of Ladonia and a discussion trip through Sweden. The Elephant Parade by Arto Lindsay will take place on June 2nd starting at the Sulphur Factory and ending at the Border Station Gene.


Artist Philippe Parreno inquires: "Are we confined to ways of describing whatever is secret? Does our universe consist of these descriptions rather than of a world of secrets? Does keeping a secret as we know it always start from secrets already on hand? Is the keeping a secret always a rekeeping?” Can You Keep A Secret? is an exhibition driven by the aspiration to explore secrets around us as well as secrets ahead.



Pascale Tayou: Untitled (Embassy), 2008


The curators Hans Ulrich Obrist, Nicolas Bourriaud and Sarat Maharaj

Av Lars Vilks - 4 april 2009 20:39

Here is the first trailer for the Ladonia Biennial.


TRAILER


Av Lars Vilks - 3 april 2009 13:49

The title of the exhibition, Can you keep a secret? – says Director Hans Ulrich Obrist – expresses my wish to emphasize the process of creation. A work of art represents a vision of the secret and if taken seriously it can be seen as a way of making a secret. The strength of the vision is not dependent on the kind or complexity of the tools brought into play. Hence all forms of artistic expression are present: installation art, video and film, sculpture, performance, painting and drawing, and a live parade with elephants. Taking 'secretkeeping' as a starting point, also allows the exhibition to highlight the fundamental importance of certain key artists for the creativity of successive generations, just as much as exploring new spaces for art to unfold outside the institutional context and beyond the expectations of the art market. Can you keep a secret? is an exhibition driven by the aspiration to explore secrets around us as well as secrets ahead. It is about possible new beginnings—this is what I would like to share with the visitors of the Biennale.

Av Lars Vilks - 1 april 2009 21:09

The First Biennial of Contemporary Art in Ladonia will take place between the 24th of April and 22nd of November 2009.

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