DUBLIN JUNE 15th -
The Dublin Biennial POP-
Through an open submission call, Artists worldwide were invited to participate in this Inaugural Dublin Pop Up Biennial. The 55 International Artists exhibiting represent 20 countries, Austria, Armenia, Brazil, Croatia, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Holland, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Malaysia, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the USA.
Among the International artists participating will be Yoko Ono (USA)
and Brazilian Artist Christina Oiticica.
For the Inaugural Biennial, Yoko Ono will present her "Wish Tree For Ireland" installation along with a video. The "Wish Tree For Ireland" is an invitation to all,
to place personal wishes on her tree during the exhibition. The wises are then transferred to The IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Iceland, and will become part
of her 1,000,000 wishes project. Yoko Ono is an artist whose thought provoking works have challenged peoples' understanding of art and the world around them for many decades. From the beginning of her career she was a Conceptualist whose work encompassed performance, instructions, film, music, and writing.
Brazilian Artist Christina Oiticica -
art technique of combining paintings with the earth and the elements.
Using the earth as foundation matter, Oiticica 'buries' her work in the earth
for up to a year -
contributed by nature to her works. She has buried her canvases in the
Amazon rain forest of Brazil, the Sacred Valley of Ganespurs in India and along the route to Santiago de Compostela. Ms. Oiticica will install "Heart of the Earth", a site specific piece for The Dublin Biennial.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD the full list of participating artists along with a schedule of events
The Dublin Biennial, co-
at the Point Village, in a 10,000 sq. foot space generously donated
by Point Village Property.
In addition to the Gallery space, the Biennial will present Film Screenings
at The Odeon Cinema Point Village along with daily performances and
discussion groups in the 'POP-
The Exhibition is open daily from 12-
The Dublin Biennial Pop-
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Press and advertising support for this project is provided by Failte Ireland
and Dublin City Arts Council.
The Dublin Biennial supports the Charity organization "Make A Wish Foundation"
and The Dublin Biennial will host a Silent Auction of artworks in aid of this Charity on June 23rd 6-
Tickets for this event will be available during the Exhibition
or by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org