54. BIENAL DE VENECIA
54. Venice Biennale, Between always and never, Arsenale, Venice.
Curators: Alfons Hug y Paz Aburto Guevara
Conceived as a continuation of the exhibition Less time than place, this exhibition summons an artist from each country of each Hispanic-American nation, replicating in a certain way the traditional structure of national participations at the Venice Biennale. The common thread of these works is the reflection on the meaning of independence, autonomy and questions about national identities.
For this show Dictados became bilingual, as was originally Bolívar’s text, written in Spanish to be translated and published in English.
Leticia El Halli Obeid (Argentina), Narda Alvarado (Bolivia), Neville D ́Almeida (Brasil), Sebastián Preece (Chile), Juan Fernando Herrán (Colombia), Sila Chanto (Costa Rica), Reynier Leyva Novo (Cuba), María Rosa Jijón (Ecuador), Walterio Iraheta (El Salvador), Regina José Galindo (Guatemala), Adán Vallecillo (Honduras), Julieta Aranda (México), Rolando Castellón (Nicaragua), Humberto Vélez (Panamá), Claudia Casarino (Paraguay), Fernando Gutiérrez (Perú), David Pérez Karmadavis (República Dominicana), Martín Sastre (Uruguay), Alexander Apóstol (Venezuela)