Next year’s edition of Berlin Biennale is in focus, with the German exhibition now detailing the art team that will host the 2022 edition with the artist Kader Attia, who is announced as art director in March. The team that helped oversee the concept and the artwork viewed included Ana Teixeira Pinto, Do Tuong Linh, Marie Helene Pereira, Noam Segal and Rasha Salti.
The Berlin Biennale did not name a theme or concept for Attia’s biennial, although the biennial mentioned a “non-colonial” focus in Tuesday’s art team announcement.
At least one of the members of the art team has worked with Attia before: Berlin-based critic Teixeira Pinto, who is working on a book series with him and Anselm Franke on the legacies of colonialism. published next year.
Pereira is based in Dakar, Senegal, and has extensive experience working with biennials, co-organising, with Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Dak’Art Biennale de l’Art Africain Contemporain in 2018. She is the director of programs for RAW Material Company and recently won an ICI curatorial research fellowship.
Tuong Linh is a curator and scholar based in Hanoi who co-founded the artist-run Six Space, which she says aims to be a website for collective learning through the work of emerging artists. .
Segal, who lives in Brooklyn, founded the now-defunct Tel Aviv art space Rothschild 69 and is currently on the team behind the 2022 edition of Front International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, which opens in July.
Salti works in Beirut and Berlin, and has organized a number of acclaimed film initiatives, including the 2018 exhibition “Rescuing Bruce Lee: African and Arab Cinema in the Era of Cultural Diplomacy culture of the Soviet Union,” which she organized with Koyo Kouoh at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin in 2018.
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