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Manifesta Art Biennial Comes to the Hermitage
26.02.2013 12:03
Manifesta Art Biennial Comes to the Hermitage

The largest exhibition of modern art Manifesta art biennial will take place in St. Petersburg from July to October, 2014.

      The Petersburg Manifesta will involve a few important Petersburg places— it will make a kind of a triangle, with one of its corners in the building of the General Staff in the Palace Square. The short list of three candidates for the exhibition curators has already been created. Their names are kept secret, but it has been reported that all the three are world renowned experts. The organizers consider the possibility of round-the-clock work of Manifesta.

      The European forum of modern art Manifesta is held once in two years, touring from one European city to another.

      The name of the curator of the Petersburg forum will be aired in spring, around the end of March.  It will be selected by the committee consisting of two Russians (Mikhail Piotrovsky and Dmitry Ozerkov) and three representatives of the Netherlands, where the Manifesta headquarters is situated.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in St. Petersburg Festivals in St. Petersburg Manifesta   

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