Southeast Asian biennales

local and global interactions

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/modos.v5i2.8665187

Resumo

Este texto procura fazer um balanço das bienais existentes no Sudeste Asiático. Adotando uma perspetiva nacional, descreve a génese, a continuação (ou não) e o caráter programático de exposições bienais na região. O texto propõe que a ideia de exposição recorrente remonta aos anos 70 quando a ASEAN começou a promover eventos na região, na tentativa de criar unicidade através da cultura. À medida que este projeto perdeu vitalidade, foi substituído por bienais na região do Sudeste Asiático e também na região Ásia-Pacífico. De acordo com as razões por detrás da sua génese, as bienais que surgiram no Sudeste Asiático seguem o modelo global e outras seguem o modelo de bienal de resistência, mostrando variedade e independência regional face ao mundo global. 

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Biografia do Autor

Leonor Veiga, Universidade de Lisboa

Pós-doutorado na Faculdade de Artes Plásticas da Universidade de Lisboa. 

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2021-10-15

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VEIGA, L. Southeast Asian biennales: local and global interactions. MODOS: Revista de História da Arte, Campinas, SP, v. 5, n. 2, p. 239–251, 2021. DOI: 10.20396/modos.v5i2.8665187. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/mod/article/view/8665187. Acesso em: 18 jan. 2022.

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Dossiê - Uma ocorrência recorrente: bienais e exposições periódicas