Artists of Austria, Denmark, Germany, the Great Britain, Finland, France, Italy, Holland, Sweden, Cyprus, Hungary, Norway, Iceland, Canada, Spain, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Belorussia, Ireland, Israel, Netherlands, Russia and Ukraine present art of a boundary of the centuries.
The structure of the exhibition varies - from personal exhibitions of the artists to group projects. The initial concept of dialogues between artists of the various countries was transformed into global dialogues: between national schools, art tendencies, between traditional and ultramodern art. The range of "voices" in "Dialogues" allows to create certain model reflecting the condition of art today.
The program of the exhibition consists of theoretical conferences on the hot issues of the modern art; performances, happenings, actions, video and a photo installation; experimental cinemas and video films; computer art, experimental theatrical forms, and also traditional kinds of art: painting, drawing, sculpture (submitted by the large exposition of the International Union of artists - emigrants).
News source: ARTPITER
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Culture news archive for 10 July' 2001.
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