Frontiers Reimagined: Art That Connects Us – Venice Art Biennale 2015

Sundaram Tagore (Curator), Marius Kwint (Curator)

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Abstract

The phenomenon of globalization, with cultures colliding and melding as never before, offers rich and complex sources of inspiration for artists. Frontiers Reimagined examines the results of these cultural entanglements through the work of more than 40 painters, sculptors, photographers and installation artists who are exploring the notion of cultural boundaries. These emerging and established artists—who come from a vast geographical area stretching from the West to Asia and Africa—share a global perspective, both in their physical existence, living and working between cultures, and their artistic endeavors. Each demonstrates the intellectual and aesthetic riches that emerge when artists engage in intercultural dialogue. This popular and critically lauded exhibition, which was held at the Museo di Palazzo Grimani from May to November 2015 as an official collateral event of the 56th Venice Art Biennale, was accompanied by a catalogue.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationVenice
PublisherMuseo Di Palazzo Grimani
Publication statusPublished - 9 May 2015

Keywords

  • Contemporary art, globalization, Venice Biennale, art exhibitions, museum, cultural dialogue, culture, visual culture
  • visual culture
  • culture
  • cultural dialogue
  • museum
  • art exhibitions
  • Venice Biennale
  • globalization
  • REF-linked-outputs

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    Kwint, M., 2015, Frontiers Reimagined: Art that Connects Us. Tagore, S., Kwint, M. & Tagore, K. (eds.). Venice: Marsilio Editori, p. 25-31 7 p.

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