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OSTRALE Biennial opens in Valletta, Malta

On the invitation of this year’s European Capital of Culture Valletta, Malta, opening will take place on Friday, June 1st at the “Spazju Kreativ” in the St. James Cavalier.

Numerous German and international artists will be exhibited until July 29, which were also presented at the OSTRALE itself in previous years.
Works will be shown by:
Mavi Garcia / ES, Urban Grünfelder / AU / IT, Ekkehard Tischendorf / D / AU, Paolo Assenza / IT, Nathalie Bertrams, Daniel Kiczales / IL, Ulrike Mundt, Shahar Marcus / IL, Katerina Belkina / RU, Anka Lesniak / PL, Feng Lu / CN, Antka Hofmann, Karen Gäbler, Else Gold, Katrin King, Ran Slavin / IL, Philipp Gloger, Martin Müller / D, Annelise Bully / FR, Dmytro Pertyna / UA – and others.

The works were curated under the guideline of Pablo Picasso from “Guernica” (1937): … I was always convinced and still convinced that an artist who lives and deals with spiritual values, can not remain indifferent in the face of a conflict in which the highest values ​​of humanity and civilization are at stake.

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OSTRALE BIENNALE 2017: 30,000 VISITORS

OSTRALE Biennale in Dresden ends on 01 October 2017 with almost 30,000 visitors (2015: approx. 20.000, 2016: approx. 25.000).

2017-18 parts of the OSTRALE will be exhibited in Malta by invitation of the city of Valletta, cultural European capital 2018.
The next OSTRALE Biennale is expected to return to Dresden in 2019,  supported again by the Winter Foundation. Hamburg.

Ostrale’ o17: re_form

Ostrale’ o17

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Starting Ostrale as biennale for contemporary art

Art can ask questions and provide solutions in a necessary reform process. The main theme of “re_form” is above all the question of the planned transformation of existing cultural-political conditions and cultural systems in Europe, Germany and especially in Dresden, hoping to become “Cultural Capital 2025”.

28.7. – 1.10.2017

Dresden, Fair, historic slaughterhouse

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Ostrale’ o16

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Last yearly exhibition show of contemporary art trends.

With contributions by Katerina Belkina, Michael Jansen a.o.

Art without boundaries. Motto of the jubilee exhibition is “Internationality”.

On over 20,000 m² of exhibition space not just young, not yet established artists and internationally recognized representatives of all artistic genres, but also refugees exhibit their works. On display are over 1,000 curated works of 200 artists from more than 40 nations.

July – September 2016

Dresden, Fair ground, historic slaughterhouse