The Biennale of Sydney
is an international festival of contemporary art, held every two years in Sydney, Australia. It is the largest and best-attended contemporary visual arts event in the country. Since 1973, the Biennale of Sydney has presented 15 critically acclaimed, popular and large-scale exhibitions featuring the work of over 1300 International and Australian artists.
The 16th Biennale of Sydney is taking place from 18 June to 7 September 2008 with leading international curator and writer Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev as Artistic Director.
Confronting but some take dead horse in their stride
Controversial art festival the Biennale of Sydney, which sparked complaints to the RSPCA and a visit from police, opened today with mixed responses from visitors.
Leon Ferrari's piece Western Christian Civilisation and Maurizio Cattelan's work titled Novecento, a stuffed horse suspended from the ceiling by leather slings, at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Revolutions: Forms That Turn
IF, DURING their Youth Week perambulations, any of the church leaders made a pit stop to see the Biennale - themed Revolutions: Forms That Turn - at the Museum of Contemporary Art, would they be peeved at Leon Ferrari's famous 1965 sculpture of Christ crucified on a US fighter jet?
Controversy hangs around Biennale poster
Police called to the Biennale of Sydney for a second time after a complaint about a poster.
Warning: chicken beheading within
THE Biennale of Sydney has amended the warning sign outside a controversial exhibition by the Australian artist Mike Parr following a request on Tuesday from police.
Essentially documentary in nature, this is an exhibition of funny, carnal, sometimes sad photographs.
Blood On The Streets (2006), by Australian photographer David Griggs.
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