The 21st Venice Biennial : Eija-Liisa Ahtila's The Hour of Prayer in The Experience of Art

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The 21st Venice Biennial : Eija-Liisa Ahtila's The Hour of Prayer in The Experience of Art

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The Nordic Pavilion : From Sceleton Pavilion to Sharing Space Dividing Time : A chronology
What went wrong
Unspoken Destinies by Carlos Bunga and Jaakko Heikkilä in Extra 51
Reaction - Performances in Venetian public spaces in Extra 51
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The Finnish video artist Eija-Liisa Ahtila.
In addition, four more articles about the 51st Venice Biennial: The Nordic Pavilion : From Sceleton Pavilion to Sharing Space Dividing Time : A chronology. What went wrong / Marketta Seppälä (the writer is Director of Frame and a member of the Nordic Committee for the Nordic Pavilion in Venice. She criticizes the Venice Biennial curators, i.a. Maria de Corral: Laura Horelli was invited to participate in the exhibition, but had been refused space to do anything substantial at all) ; Unspoken Destinies by Carlos Bunga and Jaakko Heikkilä in Extra 51 (Carlos Bunga's video work "Unspoken Destinies") ; Reaction - Performances in Venetian public spaces in Extra 51 (i.a. performance artists Helinä Hukkataival and John Courtney).
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