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Juan Capistran. There is no otheJuan Capistran. There is no other world. There is only a better way to live. (It is not what I am, but how I am what I am), installation, 2017. Galeria Curro. Source: frontart.orgr world. There is only a better way to live. (It is not what I am, but how I am what I am), installation, 2017. Galeria Curro.
 

 
Triennial
Front International, Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art: an American City

31/January/2018



Cleveland, Ohio


FRONT is a new Art Triennial based in Cleveland and opening the summer of 2018. Under the artistic direction of Michelle Grabner, the triennial features 70 local and international artists, among them: Juan Araujo (Caracas, Venezuela), Juan Capistran (Guadalajara, Mexico), Marlen de Azambuja (Porto Alegre, Brazil), Adriana Martinez (Bogota, Colombia) and Barbara Wagner (Brasilia, Brazil), among others. This citywide art program will bring together international, national and regional artists, curators and scholars to propose a new format for biennials and triennials. It focuses on process, research, collaboration and long-term engagement with Cleveland and Northeast Ohio to provide an expansive stage to create and share new work that is inspired by and engaged with the social, political, cultural, ecological and economical issues of our time. These themes and ideas are explored by the participants and will revolve around the history and the current realities of Cleveland that serves as an example of a midsize American city in a time during which this country is deeply divided. The program seeks to address the complexities and diversity of thought within the spectrum of institutions that address the state of the world around us.


 


 





 


 

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