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from 29th Julym

@EggSpace, Liverpool

eadSpace @ EggSace invite you to:
‘FLY TO THE LIGHT!’: Moth Man @ Garage Pro Wrestling

Exhibition Duration: 26.07.06 - 06.08.06
Exhibition Opening: Wednesday 26th July 2006 @ 7pm onwards.

Location: 3rd Floor, 16 - 18 Newington Buildings, Liverpool, L1 4DE.
EggSpace Opening Times: Mon - Sat: 10:30am - 10:30pm; Sun: 10:30am - 5:00pm
The show features documentation from ‘Tony Knox Moth Man V's Joey Hayes Match’ at Midsummer's Madness Wrestling Performance on 8th July 2006, upon a wrestling ring erected in the middle of St. Helens town centre.
Knox began to integrate himself into the wrestling community. Seeing the moth as a symbol of his own awkwardness, of his propensity to be drawn towards danger, Knox created Moth Man: The tragic dysfunctional hero that would save you, if he could save himself. A selection of other artists will be featured within this exhibition who have collaborated with Tony Knox:
Gary Mason: A designer who uses the photography work of Knox and stamps on his own spin for the promo of Garage Pro wrestling posters and designs. He is a professional wrestler and mastermind behind the story line of GPW wrestling shows.
Charles Nuttell: A Manchester based artist; inspired by wrestling brings his research on the ‘Moth Man V’s Nutcracker’ game to EggSpace.
Andy Morris works based on the 1970 kids program ‘Mr. Ben’.
Other artists featuring are Emmer winder, Lisa Berry, and Chris Layland.
For More information contact Tony Knox:
t: 0790857211
e: tonyknox99@hotmail.com
w: http://www.podgy.org.uk/
'HeadSpace @ EggSpace',
16 - 18 Newington Buildings,
L1 4DE
Email: headspaceegg@aol.com
Website: www.eggspace.org


Saturday 29th July

Acclaimed photographer John Davies will be at

Open Eye Gallery

on Saturday 29 th July from1pm

to talk about his latest exhibition, The British Landscape, and to sign copies of his book to accompany the show.

“ John Davies’ remarkable landscapes document a turbulent period in British history – and finally they’re getting the recognition they deserve.”
Simon Bainbridge, British Journal of Photography

The best of John Davies' landscape photographs of Britain, made between 1979 and 2005, are presented in The British Landscape in the order in which they were made and on a spectacular scale. Beginning with his early photographs of mountains in Scotland and the Lake District, Davies’ dominant concern is soon established – the industrial and post-industrial landscapes of Britain’s towns and cities. Most of the photographs are taken from a position of elevation, and show the changes evident in Britain’s social history from the Industrial Revolution onwards.

Each photograph is accompanied by Davies’ notes on the social and historical background to the places and scenes featured, and the book is introduced with a reflection on the changing British landscape by Jonathan Glancey (Architecture and Design Editor, The Guardian).

The book accompanies a touring exhibition which was launched in June 2006 at the Centro Cultural de la Villa de Madrid (during PhotoEspaña), and will subsequently make its UK debut at the National Museum of Photography Film and Television in Bradford (13 October 2006 to 4 February 2007).

If you can’t attend the event, but would like to purchase a signed copy of the book (at £35), please emailsteph@openeye.org.uk or call 0151 709 9460to reserve your copy

Please contact us if you would like any further information about the event.

Rachael Hazzard
Marketing & Development Manager

28-32 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4AQ
(T) +44 (0)151 709 9460
(E) rachael@openeye.org.uk
(W) www.openeye.org.uk


21 July - 2 September 2006

Current exhibition @ Open Eye Gallery:

Hellen van Meene - 'New Works',
Coming soon: Liverpool Biennial at Open Eye Gallery: Carlos Garaicoa / Lisa Oppenheim, 16 September - 26 November 2006

all images (c) Hellen van Meene

Hellen van Meene: New Works
Open Eye Gallery 21 July - 2 September 2006

Open Eye Gallery is pleased to present Hellen van Meene's latest
collection, New Works

Dutch photographer Hellen van Meene has received international critical
acclaim for her intimate 'fictional portraits' of adolescent girls and
androgynous boys that explore the amorphous space between childhood and
adulthood. Produced in collaboration with Pump House Gallery, London, this
exhibition - her first major solo show in the UK since 2002 - brings
together newly commissioned work made in the UK over the last 12 months,
alongside recent work made in Japan, Germany, Russia and Latvia.

van Meene does not see her work as strictly portraiture but as a way of
creating a mood and exploring the subtleties inherent in the body in a
particular environment and at a particular time of life. In her recent
work, she has moved from working with models she knew well in her hometown
of Heiloo, Holland, to increasingly travelling overseas and working
spontaneously with strangers. Her photographs are neither exploitative, nor
strictly collaborative, nor entirely staged - the models work with van
Meene, but the images are shaped primarily by her imagination and
sensibilities. Through this collection of new works, van Meene enters the
realm of fantasy, performance and psychological space, creating a powerful
and beguiling concoction, combining elements of socially engaged
documentary with those of historical portraiture in the tradition of
Vermeer, Rossetti and Manet.

ARTIST TALK - Friday 21 July, 7.30pm - Hellen will be at Open Eye Gallery
talking about her work and inspiration. Tickets are £5 (£4 concessions) and
are available from Redeye on 0845 456 0260 or www.redeye.org.uk <http://www.redeye.org.uk>

Open Eye Gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday, 10.30am - 5.30pm; closed
Sunday, Monday and Bank Holidays Admission is free


July 2006

@ Blackburne House , Liverpool

Energywise Recycled Glass Exhibition,
This awe inspiring exhibition returns to Blackburne House this month. Throughout the building there will be a series of pieces including jewellery, dishes and garden decorations. This exhibition is not to be missed!


August 2006
Tabitha Jusa, Corridor and Conservatory area.
August brings the official launch of San-guine. Tabitha Jussa worked within the fashion industry for 10 years, before becoming self employed. She is now exploring the endless possibilities of digital photography alongside her great passion for 35mm and medium format. San-guine reflects the optimistic attitude to life and work that Tabitha brings to every project offering the client a creative and inspiring solution.



posted by Ian Jackson, artinliverpool.com

artinliverpool.com Launches Digital Art Show
ONLINE Exhibition of International Digital Art as part of the Independents strand of the Liverpool Biennial Festival of Contemporary Art 2006
To be held September 16th to November 26th 2006

Call For Submissions (Deadline August 31st 2006)
digitalshow.co.uk is a new website created by artinliverpool.com. The intention is to show online-only exhibitions of high quality digital art. The first exhibition is planned to take place as part of the 2006 Liverpool Biennial. The site will then continue with further exhibitions and a permanent archive of all shows. Entry is open to all worldwide
Digital Art for the purposes of this exhibition is defined as artwork that has been entirely or at least substantially created using computer software. e.g. Photoshop, Illustrator, Painter, Flash, 3ds Max, Maya, Bryce etc.
We do not want animations, video or photography though such elements could, we suppose, be used as part of the creation process.
What we are looking for is exciting, interesting painting and drawing rather than examples of your knowledge of the software tools, filters etc. New or recent work is preferred.

The Theme is FUN. Because we like fun, its our favourite thing.
This is not a competition and there is no money involved but there will be selection as the show is limited to 200 images The exhibition will be shown online only and will be promoted through the artinliverpool.com network as well as the Biennial websites and listings (to be confirmed) and other online resources
Full Details on the digital show website: www.digitalshow.co.uk

Ian Jackson
Art In Liverpool Blog "The Best British Art Blog" The Times Oct. 1st 2005


until 23 July

Five artists in the Kitchen

@ Kitchen Gallery

Exhibition runs from 9th June to 23rd July

Diverse original works by emergibg and establishd contemporary artists from the local area. Be intrigued and deilghted by the art & the environment.

Opening times Fri-Sun 1.30-4.30pm and by appointment, 01928577487



13 July 2006

Something in the Water Photography Exhibition
@ View Two Gallery, Liverpool

Starts On - 13/07/2006
Doors Open - 10am - 6pm
Free entry
Venue - View Two Gallery
As part of Liverpool's year of performance the Liverpool Comedy Trust has specially commissioned an exhibition of Liverpool comedy writers and performers from celebrated portrait photographer Andy Hollingworth.
This exhibition is a chance to see the sheer number of comedy performers that Liverpool has given to the nation and the results are staggering. There really must be 'Something in the Water'...
Something in the Water will be running at View Two Gallery, Mathew St, 13 - 23 July. Opening hours for this free event are 12pm - 6pm every day of the Festival.


'The Last Gang in Town'

@ Arena -
Curated by Tony Smith.
Group Show
Chek-Huo Leung, Frank Moore, Tim Ellis, Tony Smith, Steve Strode, Natalie Bennet, Anna Ketskemety, Nick Sykes, Gareth Jones, Ben Egerton, Peter Cameron, Marianna Whitehorn, Debbie Ryan, Matt Williams, Danny John, Anna Benson

Performance by live band ..Antbear
Private View Thursday 13 July Opening at 18.00


Experimenta Under the Radar

16 June – 28 August 2006
@ FACT, Liverpool, 88 Wood Street, L1 4DQ

Gallery 1, 2 & Media Lounge FREE ENTRY

An unprecedented collection of new media and video artworks by some of Australia’s leading contemporary artists transform the galleries at FACT into a showcase of interactivity that will fascinate and amaze you.


Contact: 0151 707 4450


until 15 July 2006

Art Workshops and Demonstrations

1st, 8th and 15th of July 2006

‘Make Ceramics using a slab roller and slabs’

Come and learn, come and have a go.

3 linked Saturdays
Workshops and Free Demonstrations presented by Nicole Bartos,
at: The Grange, 36 Ullet Road, Liverpool, L17 3BP
(near Sefton Park gates)
Starting Date: 1st July 2006
Time: 10.30am to 3.30pm

Workshops designed for those willing to experiment working with clay slabs using a slab roller and creating unique artworks such as small sculptures, wall pieces, functional or decorative ceramics. Previous experience not necessary although, would be helpful to have some basic skills in working with clay. Demonstrations are available.

Firings will be done within 2-5 weeks from the workshop day, for a fee of
£ 2-£6 per piece, depending the work size. Maximum dimensions will be communicated when starting the workshop.

Workshop fee for one Saturday/ 5 hours: £25 / person. You can pay on hourly basis.
Number of places limited therefore please contact Nicole in advance to reserve a place.
Bookings to be done ideally before 25th of June 2006.

Payment to be done on the day. Cash preferred.

Parking available.
Also, available: Tea & Coffee, Sandwiches or Fresh Soup.

Contact: Nicole Bartos
Telephone: 0151 733 2073 or 07756912911
Email: nicole_b@gallery4allarts.com


For more information and following up Art and Crafts Workshops or similar events please, visit the Gallery4allarts Workshops page.


Garston Cultural Village, Liverpool Culture Company
and South Liverpool Neighbourhood Regeneration Team

Recycling Garston
The Spirit of Garston Project

Private View—Tuesday 11 July 2006

Exhibition continues on 12 & 13 July 2006
An art exhibition produced by ten schools in Garston
: New Heys, St Benedicts, Gilmour Juniors,
Gilmour Infants, St Francis of Assisi, Springwood Heath,
Banks Road, St Austins, Garston C of E, Holy Trinity


Becca Backhouse, Kevin Hunt, Zoe Langdell,
Rita Slater, Sarah McCauley, Barbara Jones, Danny May,
Alex Jackson, Sue Wrigley, Gaynor Sweeney.

Exhibition open from 6pm—9pm
Special performance at 7.30pm by the CPC (Child Parents Community Orchestra), based at St Austins, Garston, showcasing the musical talents
of South Liverpool and Garston Communities, directed by Alex Costello.
All welcome
Bridge Chapel Centre
Heath Road, Garston, Liverpool L19 4XR

The project, an artist in residency programme, encouraged the artistic talents and imagination
of pupils, staff, and all involved. It aimed to raise awareness of recycling and its importance
economically and environmentally with creative approaches to making art.
Designed in Garston at www.mikesstudio.co.uk / 0151 494 3325
Garston Cultural Village, Liverpool Culture Company
and South Liverpool Neighbourhood Regeneration Team


from ACME:
Made in Liverpool 06: Beneath the Skin of the City
Get under the skin of the city for Made in Liverpool 06!

Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool Culture Company and the Scarman Trust are
looking for films, no longer than ten minutes in length, that reflect
the energy of our changing city and that respond to the theme "Beneath
the skin of the city".

Selected films will be screened across Liverpool and on the BBC big
screen during the opening weekend of Liverpool Biennial 2006 (16
September - 26 November). Celebrations will also include a special
screening and awards ceremony.

If you have a film that fits the above criteria we would love to hear
from you!

For more information and to apply for in Made in Liverpool 06 please
contact Renae Belton on 0151 709 7444 or email renae@biennial.com

Deadline for submissions is 7 July 2006 Cash Prizes Available.


28-32 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4AQ
(T) +44 (0)151 709 9460 (F) +44 (0)151 709 3059
(E) rachael@openeye.org.uk (W) www.openeye.org.uk

Current exhibition: Jacob Aue Sobol - 'Sabine', 26 May - 15 July 2006
Coming soon: Hellen van Meene – ‘New Works’, 21 July – 2 September 2006

Open Eye Gallery is company limited by guarantee (no 1204519) and a registered charity (no 1056743)

Open Eye Gallery gratefully acknowledges the support of:
Arts Council England / Liverpool Culture Company (Major Funders), Enzyme (Major Sponsor) and baa / C3 Imaging / kaleidoscope adm (In-Kind Sponsors)


Delfina & HeadSpace@EggSpace, Liverpool

invite you to the opening of a new exhibition at EggSpace featuring

Photography by Delfina Women & New Members.

Opening: 29 June 2006 at 7:30pm
Exhibition Duration: 29 June - 16 July 2006
Address: 3rd Floor, 16 - 18 Newington Buildings, Liverpool, L1 4DE

(See website: http://www.eggspace.org/ for map)

Delfina's new members are all women & have recently joined us. We have been running photography workshops with the women for the last 10 weeks. Other work on display is by ourselves at Delfina. The exhibition is curated by Karen Henley & Jazamin Sinclair. (For more information about Delfina see website: http://www.delfinawomenltd.co.uk/)

The exhibition will feature photography by the following artists:

Yemi Abisola
Anisa Alkunshahe
Lisa Burke
Fran Halligan
Denise Harry
Ethel Harry
Karen Henley
Julie Nylander
Joanne Roberts
Kelly Sefia
Jazamin Sinclair

If you cannot make it along to the opening please go to see the exhibition another day before Sunday 23 July, 2006


Sefton Open Exhibition 2006

For artists working in any 2D medium
@ The Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport
12 September-4 November
First prize £1000
Deadline for submissions 20th July 2006
Contact: tel 0151 525 0417


Until 1st July

Angela Hackett
Painting Exhibition @ Editions Limited,
16 Cook, Street, Liverpool L2 9RF
0151 236 4236


Weds 5th July

Creative Lets presents an evening of happy accidents involving the music and words of:

Felix Ngindu & Muzika World and Soul Purpose

@The Casa, Hope Street, 8.00pm onwards
£ 2.50 door tax including raffle ticket


21 June 2006

Dead Good Poets Society - Matt Simpson and Grevel Lindop

@ Everyman Bistro, Liverpool, Third Room, 8.30pm start £3/ £2/ £1

DGPS: 0151 709 5221

email: cath@deadgoodpoetssociety.co.uk (Tue & Thursdays)



From ACME via Creative Lets:

Creative Industries Loan Fund

A dedicated loan fund for the Creative Industries across the North West
seeking to raise finance to start or grow a business.

It is recognised that people from the creative industries sector have
particular difficulties when it comes to developing a sustainable
business and borrowing finance. This Fund has been specifically created
by the Northwest Regional Development Agency and the Arts Council
England to overcome some of these barriers.

From Dying Frog via Creative Lets

@Eggspace, Liverpool

18th September - 26th November
Online project launches in May 2006

This is an open exhibition of photography which will examine people's
perceptions of beauty and the grotesque in the built environment in
from ACME:
Made in Liverpool 06: Beneath the Skin of the City
Get under the skin of the city for Made in Liverpool 06!

Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool Culture Company and the Scarman Trust are
looking for films, no longer than ten minutes in length, that reflect
the energy of our changing city and that respond to the theme "Beneath
the skin of the city".

Selected films will be screened across Liverpool and on the BBC big
screen during the opening weekend of Liverpool Biennial 2006 (16
September - 26 November)
. Celebrations will also include a special
screening and awards ceremony.

If you have a film that fits the above criteria we would love to hear
from you!

For more information and to apply for in Made in Liverpool 06 please
contact Renae Belton on 0151 709 7444 or email renae@biennial.com

Deadline for submissions is 7 July 2006 Cash Prizes Available.

from ACME:

RSA Flying Start Programme for the Design and Creative Arts
There is now a free national business readiness programme for UK
university graduates! The RSA and the National Council for Graduate
Entrepreneurship (NCGE) have joined forces to offer this to every
graduate from a UK university who has graduated in the last five years.

also from ACME:

Homotopia: Producers, Promoters, Writers and Artists Wanted
Homotopia invites producers, community artists, promoters and
professional artists to submit work for consideration for its autumn
festival to be held at various venues across Liverpool between 1st-15th
November 2006.

The above 5 news collected by Phil Hargreaves from Creative Lets

From Lisa Mairah @Blackburne House
Create Your Own Website

If you're looking for another way to promote your artwork why not come
to Blackburne House and learn to design your own website.

The range of webpage design courses at Blackburne House are a fantastic
way in which you can broaden your skills and create a website that truly
reflects your own personal style.

We are currently enrolling female students onto a fantastic range of
courses starting this September. Full time and part time courses are available, in a wide variety of
subjects from Web Page Design to Construction for Women, Teaching
Qualifications and Chartered Management Institute Professional

For a full list of courses visit our website at

See how Blackburne House Education can help transform your life.

Call us today on 0800 587 7672

Blackburne House, Blackburne Place, Off Hope Street, Liverpool, L8 7P, tel.0800 587 7672




July 2006

(What doesn't kill you makes you)


'Ikonography' &Tracey Gibbs - Photography Exhibition

@ Ikonography Gallery, Liverpool, 31 Mathew street, L2 6RE

Part of the Arab Arts Festival, this joint project between Ikonography and Tracey Gibbs Photography explores the challenges faced in the worlds of the arts and media in Egypt.



14 June 2006

Sharon Mutch - Open Evening

Wednesday 14th June 5-8pm
at Creative Space, BRC, Admin Buildings, Admin Road, Knowsley Industrial Park

Wine and Canapés served throughout the evening

Places are limited, to reserve a place contact:
info@sharonmutch.com or
Alternatively contact 0151 289 1672


19 June 2006

'The Gang' - Multimedia and Performance - Meet and discuss

@ 3345 Parr Street, Liverpool


14 June 2006

We missed this opportunity unfortunately, but just as news to remind:

'The Meccano Liverbird' by Chris Vine

@Royal Liver Building, Liverpool


3 June -1 July 2006

Festival 50 - Arts activities for people ages 50+

BSL Tour: Bruce Nauman: Make Me Think Me

Sunday 4 June @ Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock;

£3 concessionary charge for entry to the exhibition; meet in the foyer at 3pm/ no need to book

A British Sign Language interpreted tour of this exhibition which explores language and human behaviour. From neon works to animal casts this is a thought- provoking exhibition worth experiencing!

Also, will start:

  • 8 -28 June at various times: Short Course in Modern Art (free)
  • 9 June 10am -11am and 27 June 3pm - 4pm: "In touch with Nature", exploring the Henri Moore: Natural Form exhibition trough a guided tour. (free)
  • "Picturing people" - A creative and lively workshop based on the idea of the portrait. Using the work of Marie-Louise von Motesiczky as inspiration, this is your chance to investigate and experiment with ideas of emotion and expression in art.
  • (free)

    Please, check for more info /book in advance: 0151 702 7400


    Friday 9 June 2006

    CULTURE POWER PRESENTATION: H.ARTA (Visual Arts group from Timisoara, Romania)
    19.00-21.00 pm

    @ The Romanian Cultural Centre, 8th floor, 54-62 Regent
    Street, London W1B 5RE; Tel. 020 7439 4052, ext 102; e-mail:

    "H.arta group was founded in 2001 by Maria Crista, Anca Gyemant and
    Rodica Tache
    . Appeared as a reaction to the traditionalist system in
    contemporary Romanian art, H.arta group manifested itself until now on
    two stages: on the one hand, organizing exhibitions, meetings,
    discussions, workshops at the H.arta gallery, founded as an independent
    space still in 2001, in Timisoara, and, on the other hand, initiating a
    series of projects outside the gallery, for which most of the times the
    three artists ask the involvement of other artists or students, from
    Timisoara but not only. Situated often at the border between artistic
    and curatorial, the H.arta projects promote dialogue, participation and
    critical attitude, bringing art mediation to the foreground, as an
    important part of cultural production.
    Among the projects realized by H.arta there are: "How did you decide to
    become an artist?" (Iaspis, 2005), 'Painting our way through culture'
    (Prague Biennale 2, 2005), 'Brend' (H.arta gallery, 2004), 'What would
    you do in my place in Vienna?' (Museums Quartier, 2003).
    For the presentation at the Romanian Cultural Centre H.arta will talk
    about their participation at the Periferic Biennale 7 in Iasi, Romania,
    curators Marius Babias and Angelika Nollert, opening on the 12th of May
    At the City University in London, on the 12th of June, H.arta will
    present another one of their projects, 'Usually I do this', where they
    invited a few artists from Timisoara to present the jobs they do for a
    living." (Raluca Voinea)

    "Our work as H.arta group is about solidarity against the problems of
    the Romanian art system. It is about friendship and trust. And it is
    about hope to understand our context and to have a right, constructive
    reaction to it. Our main group work is running H.arta space, but we are
    also doing other projects as a group, projects talking about the
    experience of working together, about the people we meet, about finding
    energy and ways to make things possible." (H.arta)
    This presentation is part of the CULTURE POWER program which is
    initiated by the Ratiu Foundation UK. The program consists of a series
    of seminars focused around a presentation followed by a constructive
    dialogue with an invited audience.

    Organised by The Ratiu Foundation UK
    Details on www.ratiufamilyfoundation.com
    < http://www.ratiufamilyfoundation.com/>


    Saturday 10 June 2006

    Creativebias Showcase

    "2006: Creative Fair" @ Rainford Gallery, St. Helens WA10 1DY

    (above the central Library, Gamble Building, Victoria Square,)

    A showcase of new Merseyside creative businesses, featuring Crafts, fashion, Art, Design, Music and Performing Arts".

    A range of creative traders will also be displaying work for sale from Fashion accessories to Fine Art. The day will be a vibrant and productive day for punters and business alike. Trading times will be from 10..am till 4.00pm. For more information, go to: www.creativebias.org or call 0151 330 4192.


    17 June-8 July

    Open Art Competition 2006

    @Rainford Gallery, (above the central Library, Gamble Building, Victoria Square,), St. Helens, WA10 1DY

    The Open Art Competition makes its annual return to the Rainford Gallery and their partners, 5athegallery. This year's theme complements Liverpool Capital of Culture year of "Performance".

    Part of the St. Helens Arts Festival 2006.

    Submission dates: 2/3 June at 5athegallery.

    Artworks must be 1mx 1m or less. Artists must live, work and study in St. Helens.

    Full competition rules from www.sthelens.gov.uk/arts or contact Cathryn Hegarty o 01744 455 492 for a application form.



    7th international Mail Art exhibition, theme: „NUD-ART”
    Deadline: 25 of July 2006 (postal date)
    Aiud town, lying in Transylvania - Romania, will organize in August 2006 the XI-th International “Inter-Art” Artcamp. We invited artists from 20 countries. With this occasion we shall organize the VII-th International Mail Art Exhibition Aiud - 2006.
    We have the honour to invite artists from all over the world to participate with works.
    The theme of the exhibition: “NUDE-ART”
    Free technique and format.
    Deadline: 25 of July 2006 (postal date)
    Participants have to complete the entry form that can be downloaded from www.inter-art.ro or can be requested by email at: info@inter-art.ro


    International Festival of Artistic Documentaries and Photographic Arts
    ART AIUD 06, 2nd edition, 5 - 7 October 2006, Aiud - Romania
    Deadline for sending the works: 1 september 2006 (postal date)


    26 - 29 June, 2006)

    Intercontinental Biennial of Small Graphics
    (the Ist edition, June 26 - 29, 2006)
    The Biennial intends to inaugurate a new tradition in Aiud, so as to
    illustrate its title of CITY OF ARTS. Furthermore, it marks a premiere in
    what the definition of intercontinental is concerned, as the organizers are
    counting on the participation of artists on all the continents and wish to
    divide the entire event in four segments representing four geographical
    areas, which include all the continents of the Earth: Europe, North and
    South America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Four exhibitions will be organized
    in four different locations in June 26 - 29th 2006




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