Venice International Performance Art Week 2016 – Fragile Body – Material Body

Notes

Post-event hard cover catalogue documenting the exhibition and live performances presented at the III Venice International Performance Art Week. 10-17 December 2016.

Editor VestAndPage
Reference P3485
Date 2017
Type Publication

Keywords

Alexander Del Re Alexandra Katsiani Alexandros Plomaritis Alicia Radage Ana Mendieta Andrea Marcaccio Andrea Morucchio Anna Kosarewska Antonio Manuel Arrigo Lora-Totino Ato Malinda Bianca Bonaldi body Bruce Nauman Bruno Camargo Casey Jenkins Cassils Charlotte Moorman Christina Georgiou Coco Fusco Cristiana Zeta Rolla Cristiano Vignotto Dimitris Alithinos Douglas Quin duration endurance Érica Storer de Araújo Europe Evangelia Basdekis Franko B Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich Gabiele Longega Gim Gwang Cheol Giorgia De Santi Giovanna Fattoretto Giovanni Barbera Giovanni Fontana Giulia Mattera Guillermo Gómez-Peña gyrl grip Helen Cole hermann nitsch Italy Ivana Ranisavljević James McAllister jamie lewis hadley Janusz Bałdyga Jasmin Schaitl Jeannette Ehlers Jeff Huckleberry Jin Bells Johann Merrich John Baldessari John Cage Julius Kaiser Katerina Thomadaki Keike Twisselmann Klaus vom Bruch KörperSchafftKlang Kyrahm Leda Papaconstantinou Linda Montano Lisa Bufano live art Luca Nava Marcel Sparmann Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca Maria Karavela Maria Klonaris María Sosa Marilyn Arsem Marina Abramović Martin O'Brien Mauro Sambo Mike Parr Mladen Miljanović Mona Hatoum Nam June Paik Nathalie Mba Bikoro Nicola Fornoni Noé Martínez OHO Group ORLAN Otto Mühl pain Panos Charalambous Paul McCarthy Paula Heredia Preach R Sun Ria Hartley Ronald Bal Rudi Salpietra Samanta Cinquini Sara Kostić Sašo Vollmaier Sophie Calle Stefania Soskic Stelarc Suka Off Susanne Weins Thanasis Chondros Tran Luong Valeria Munoz Yoko Ono

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