Artforum shares ‘Fifth Edition of Ghetto Biennale Announces Participating Artists’

By ARC Magazine Tuesday, September 12th, 2017 Categories: Biennales, Exhibitions, Updates
 

Artforum shares that the participating artists for the 2017 Ghetto Biennale, ‘A Cartography of Port-au-Prince,’ have been announced. According to a press release, the exhibition will “map, in the broadest use of the word, the city’s many diverse centers of cultural production, street life, religious heritage, mythologies, histories, and varied architectural presences, and much more to create a compelling portrait of a historically significant, and intensely complex, city in flux.”

The Ghetto Biennale opens on November 24 and runs until December 18, 2017, in the Haitian capital.

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The artists in this year’s biennale are:

HAITI

Adler Guerrier
Claudel Casseus
Charles Jerry
David Charlier
Dieuvela Cherstal
Emily Bauman Amanacer
Evens Richelieu aka Ti Boss
Esnold Jure
Gasner Francois
Herold Pierre-Louis
James Desiris
James Fleurissaint
Jean-Claude Saintilus
Jean Daniel
Jean-Daniel Lafontant
Jean Frederic, aka Wabba
Jean Muller Milord, aka Soso
Jean Robert Alexis
Jerry Reginald Chery, aka Twoket
Katelyn Alexis
Léonard Jean Baptiste
Lionel St Eloi
Londel Innocent
Louis Kervans
Love Leonce
Makenson Bijou
Mario Pierre Louis, aka Prela
Mabelle Williams
Peterson Alexis
Patrick Elie aka Kombatan
Reginald Senatus
Romel Jean Pierre
Ronaldo Duborgne
Rossi Jacques Casimir
Sabrina Greig
Sanba Zao
Sophonie Maignan
Steevens Simeon
Syndia Leonce
Ti Moun Rezistans
Valerie Noisette
Zakh Turin

BELGIUM

Filip Van Dingenen
Ive Van Bostraeten
Tom Bogaert

BRAZIL

Jefferson Kielwagen
Marcos Serafim

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Engel Leonardo

FRANCE

Olivier Marboeuf

GERMANY

Bastian Hagedorn
Clarisse Destailler
Clemens Villinger
Henrike Nauman

GREECE

Anna Lioliou

GUADELOUPE

Olivier Marboeuf

HUNGARY

Piroska É.Kiss

IRELAND

Jim Ricks

ITALY

Alberto Danelli

JAMAICA

Roxanne R Campbell
Simon Benjamin

MARTINIQUE

Olivia Berthon

NIGERIA

Omawu Diane Enobabor

POLAND

Jan Moszumanski

PUERTO RICO

Humberto Figueroa

SPAIN

Raul Martinez

SWITZERLAND

Elena Montesinos
Charles Roussel
Laure Schwarz
Fabien Clerc
Frederic Post
Sophie Guyot
Tom Bogaert

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Kriston Banfield
Marielle Barrow

UNITED KINGDOM

Alberto Danelli
Anna Sebastian
Charlotte Hammond
Giuseppe de Angelis
Joe Walsh
Joe Winter
Louis Henderson
Michael Radford

UNITED STATES

Adler Guerrier
Alexandra Antoine
Cameron McKee
Dasha Chapman
Emilie Boone
Irene Brisson
Gina Cunningham
Jake Nussbaum
Laurence Kent Jones
Lee Lee
Moira Williams
Omawu Diane Enobabor
Richard Fleming
Roxanne R Campbell
Sabrina Greig
Sora Edwards-Thro
Valerie Noisette
Whit Forrester
Whitney Raynor

Read the original announcement on Artforum here.

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