Save the date!

by the-biennial-project 2. July 2010 17:43

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You’ve been following the Biennial Project’s fun-filled international high jinx for months….now comes the payoff!!  Come and join us for our REPORT BACK FROM THE VENICE BIENNALE AND WHITNEY BIENNIAL!

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Fan of the Month – Gary Carrion-Muyayari – 6/2010

by the-biennial-project 4. June 2010 16:41

     The last year has been just an amazing time for us here at The Biennial Project!  From Venice to the Whitney to Worcester, we have participated in some of the world’s most celebrated art extravaganzas, and hobnobbed with some pretty special (did we say famous?) folks. There were so many memorable moments! 

     But the highlight of it all would have to be our personal private meeting in February with brand new super good friend Gary Carrion-Muyayari at the Members and VIP’s Only Opening of the 2010 Whitney BiennialGary was understandably busy that day, and was available for photo opps with only the most important of the many important artists and big shots there, so this meeting was such an honor.  Oh, the excitement – all we can say is that this is truly what art is all about!!! 

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     But alas, as all that is flesh must fade away, even Really Prestigious Biennial Exhibits must come to an end.  With the closing of Gary’s Biennial last week, we wanted to salute our special friend as The Biennial Project Fan of the Month.  The world may forget you Gary, but we never will.  Gary Carrion-Muyayari, art lover, noted curator, cute 28 year old, Biennial Project Fan, here’s to you!

 

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The Biennial Project at the 2010 Whitney Biennial – Part One

by the-biennial-project 1. March 2010 16:27

Just back from our wildly successful appearance at the 2010 Whitney Biennial! We had so much fun-

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giving lovely Biennial Project Gift Baskets to our friends the curators – Francesco Bonami and Gary Carrion-Muyayari ,

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  having photos taken with curator Gary Carrion-Muyayari ,

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meeting with various dignitaries,

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getting our important word out,

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and reviewing the show for the BPP (Biennial Project Press).

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Unfortunately, there was some kind of mix-up with the invite list to the exclusive VIP premier party -

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and we were denied entry!

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Asked to leave!  Asked more firmly to leave!  Escorted out!  Removed from our hiding place in the women's bathroom! Watch the outrage of the art-loving public!

 

 

Ah well, tomorrow is another day.....

(check back soon for more fun Whitney footage!)

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Biennial Project Saves the World

by the-biennial-project 17. January 2010 17:24

Given the recent presence of The Biennial Project just about everywhere you turn in the Art World, one might be tempted to think that it really is ALL about us. 

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But in addition to showcasing our own ground-breaking work to the world, we have been busy working for the betterment of mankind. 

 

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As part of our ongoing efforts to improve the lot of the non-famous many, we recently took our campaign against swine flu and other evil-doing microbes to the masses in San Marcos Square (Venice, Italy). 

 

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Now, you may have wondered if there were activities that were prohibited in San Marcos Square, and we can tell you at this point with certainty that there are at least two.

 

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The first such activity is handing out promotional materials, even those clearly dedicated to the improvement of the human condition. 

 

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The second activity that is “forbidden! forbidden!” (to quote Venice’s finest)  in San Marcos Square is feeding the birds.

 

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This is the case even when such bird feeding efforts arise from the sincerest desire to improve the lot of Our Friend the Pigeon,

 

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and not any crash attempt at publicity or sympathy from the animal lovers of the world. 

 

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But no, the pigeons will not be fed. On this point the Police were clear.

 

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So, rather than risking further discoveries on other activities prohibited in San Marcos Square, off we went to spread our message of good will and hygiene to the denizens of some of Venice’s less highly regulated public squares.

 

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As always, out efforts were well received, especially by Venice’s cognoscenti and glitterati, who know a good world-betterment campaign when they see one.

 

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Afterward, we rested.

 

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For more of our exploits in and around San Marcos Square, check us out on YouTube:

 

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The Biennial Project “in” the 2009 Venice Biennale

by the-biennial-project 27. November 2009 17:46

The Biennial Project collaborates with some of our fellow 2009 Venice Biennale artists!

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Preparation for Venice underway!!

by the-biennial-project 7. October 2009 16:36

There were doubters, there were naysayers, there were traffic enforcement cops and a set of crooked ticket consolidators……BUT WE DID IT!!!!!  The Biennial Project will be taking Venice by storm…If you would like to join us in our merry pilgrimage to THE MOTHER OF ALL BIENNIALS aka La Biennale de Venezia, see below our travel dates and kitted out luxury accommodations!!

 

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Arrivée : 06:10 (Arrivée Jour+1)

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A : VENICE MARCO POLO
Vol : AF1126 Résa : OK

Départ : 18Nov, 07:20 Fin enregistrement : 06:50

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Départ : 24Nov, 11:40 Fin enregistrement :

Arrivée : 15:25

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Départ : 24Nov, 18:05 Fin enregistrement :

Arrivée : 19:55

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Check out our fabulous digs!!!

 

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The day you've been waiting for has arrived!

by the-biennial-project 20. April 2009 16:10

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Fresh off the multiple triumphs of their first year, The Biennial Project is ready to aim for even higher ground - by inaugurating The Biennial Project – the Blog. Share our journey in the months to come as we scale to dizzying new heights of art world success, and participate in what critic Clea Saharoli has called “an exhilaratingly gonzo field trip into the internal landscape of the artistic consciousness”(Season One exhibition catalogue). To follow what critics are calling “the infectious high-jinks of this band of merry pranksters”, just become a member of The Biennial Project Official Fan Club.

As one of the first 100 charter members of our fan club you will be eligible to receive a glossy full-color 8x10 version of the Official 2008 Biennial Project Group Portrait seen above – autographed by all four members of the Biennial Project! Just click on the Fan Club icon at the upper right of this page and enter your email address on The Biennial Project Official Fan Club Sign-Up Page. We will rush you this (soon to be) valuable work of art at no charge whatsoever! And as a valued member of The Biennial Project Official Fan Club, we will of course send you all the news as it develops. Do it now!

 

A sampling of press accolades from Season One (visit the website for more):

“[The Biennial Project] skewers pop culture and the art-world elite with their satirical exhibition.”

Boston Herald, November 19, 2008

“Our favorite part about this art show is how it's sense of humor serves as cultural commentary.”

Boston Metro, November 7, 2008

“Conscious of artistic tradition, but also irreverent and full of attitude, The Biennial Project shows that sometimes it's best to dismantle the establishment from within.”

Weekly Dig, November 5, 2008

 

And for those who have yet to fully grasp just exactly what it is that we are – check out our explanatory video “Twelve Questions about The Biennial Project”.

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