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Florence BiennaleViews: 1384
Jan 28, 2009 3:29 pmFlorence Biennale#

Priyanka Gupta
hi All,

I have been invited to the Florence Biennale, 2009 and wanted to know reviews etc about it.
Would anyone happen to know artists who have participated? What they gained from it?

There is a participation fees for it and I was wondering how people sponsored themselves?


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Jan 28, 2009 5:50 pmre: Florence Biennale#

U V Umesh

Please read the earlier reviews about the expo on the net through the following links:




All the best!

Umesh U V
Art Consultant

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Jan 28, 2009 7:14 pmre: re: Florence Biennale#

Priyanka Gupta
thanx Umesh
appreciate your help!


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Jan 29, 2009 8:23 amre: Florence Biennale#

Mehul Patel

I believe it's a good place to be for any Artist....

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Jan 29, 2009 1:32 pmre: Florence Biennale#

Arvind Vijaymohan
hi Priyanka,

In regards to the Florence Biennale, it remains an artist supported programme. The turnout is generally large but you will not find any heavies from the collector circuit here...more artists in the crowd than even viewers generally. The majority of artists on view out there are selected by a random online viewing of works. There is no serious selection criteria that defines the mechanism of selection and I would have to lean in the direction of it not being the best option out there. Having stated this, you do get international exposure and you just might meet a European gallerist who might be interested in representing you in the future. Big 'mights' involved! You must also bear in mind that this is a self-funded operation - either that or you find a sponsor. In this market where even steady collectors are not actively part of the scene, finding a funding agency will be tricky turf, but here's my best if you do decide to launch forth.

I must point out that Florence is one of most beautiful cities in the world and showcases some of the most incredible art of all time. It is an absolute treat for the senses waiting to happen. If you can get your mind off your booth ie.



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Feb 07, 2009 7:29 amre: re: Florence Biennale#

Harpreet Singh
well da florence biennale invited me twice....but i cud nt manage da huge fee to participate, and i tried to find sponsors...but hard luck...may b u can try...and never know it clicks.
keep going...
keep meeting...

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