dunja kukovec on Mon, 2 Jun 2003 20:44:25 +0200 (CEST)

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[nettime-see] jedno od interesantnih

dogadaja na ovogodisnjem bienalu (venice 50/2003, dreams&confilcts + 
others, 12.6. - 2.11. 2003)

ako je fora da je umetnost sebicna vidit se nece na bienalu ili u 
institucijama uzivo. i ako izlozba mjenja neki red dogadaja u svetu - 
spekulativno: nezna se. verjetno ne. kvecjemu na zelo sistematski nacin.
ali brisemo sebicno iz slovarja?

ker ce ne, potem je tudi umetnost lahko kdaj sebicna. blablaeheh kasna 
lazljiva solska hipoteza.

evo po cudu preporucijem ovo:

The Manchester Pavilion at Fond. ta Briati 2540 Venezia, Dorsoduro

  12 June 2003 - 2 November 2003

Open 9am to Midnight Mon-Fri (and Saturday 14th

Sunday 6pm to 10.30pm
Press Preview at 8pm, Wednesday 11th June

Marking a departure from the usual practice of
nationally based pavilions,
this year's Venice Biennale sees the return of the
first ever city based
pavilion - The Manchester Pavilion. Housed in a
fully functioning bar in
the Dorsoduro district of Venice, the Manchester
Pavilion offers to extend
and develop the Pavilion model by being:

a) fully licensed
b) open late
c) not having any space taken up with works of art

The Manchester Pavilion will also serve ciabatta
sandwiches with fresh
Parma ham and does a nice house red too. Building on
Manchester's international reputation for a lively and
distinctive nightlife The Manchester Pavilion will fill an essential 
role within this year's Biennale by providing somewhere to go after 
about 10pm in an otherwise early-to-bed Italian town.

The Manchester Pavilion is all you want from an art
space. Cool, central and free as well as offering some respite for tired
eyes (and legs).

This initiative has been put together by , Professor
Pavel Büchler, Nick Crowe, Kathy Rae Huffamn, Graham Parker and Martin 
Vincent . It has been supported by North West Arts Board, Cornerhouse,
Manchester Metropolitan University and The Annual Programme and forms 
part of the British Council's contribution to this year's Biennale. It 
will run for the entirety of the 50th Venice Biennale after which time 
the pavilion will revert back to its earlier incarnation as Osteria da 

For more information contact:

(vem, da je jasna nesprejemljivost to, da ne bo kabla za priklop online, 
kaj sele wirelessa v placu.)

dunja kukovec

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