Baltic Triennial 13 artists list will be revealed on March 29
Bastard Voices. An event by Baltic Triennial 13 in London
29.03.2018 at South-London Gallery
Artistic director: Vincent Honoré
Curators: Dina Akhmadeeva, Canan Batur, Juliet Bingham, Neringa Bumblienė, Harry Burke, Cédric Fauq, Anya Harrison, Cadence Kinsey, Kaspars Vanags
Bastard Voices artists: Carlotta Bailly Borg, Egle Budvytytė, Adam Christensen, Gaia Fugazza, marikiscrycrycry, Ieva Rojūtė, Mare Tralla, Kārlis Vērdiņš and Liv Wynter
Join us for an evening of performance, poetry and music entitled Bastard Voices, curated by Vincent Honoré, Artistic Director of Baltic Triennial 13. Established in 1979, the Baltic Triennial is a major international exhibition in the Baltic region. For the first time, the Baltic Triennial will take place in the three Baltic countries and will address notions of belonging – to race, gender, class, culture.
Bastard Voices will feature work by Carlotta Bailly Borg, Egle Budvytytė, Adam Christensen, Gaia Fugazza, marikiscrycrycry, Ieva Rojūtė, Mare Tralla, Kārlis Vērdiņš and Liv Wynter. During the course of the evening, the list of artists participating in the Triennial will be revealed.
Baltic Triennial 13 will open on May 11 at the CAC in Vilnius, Lithuania, on June 29 at Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia, and on September 21 at Kim? Riga, Latvia. The three distinct exhibitions will be different, acting as different chapters to form the Triennial.
Tallinn chapter will be open on June 29, 2018 at Tallinn Art Hall with an evening of performances. The exhibition will be accompanied by a special programme at Kanuti Gildi SAAL performing arts space.
Baltic Triennial 13 is organized by the Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, Kim? Riga, and Centre for Contemporary Arts Tallinn.
Supported by Estonian Cultural Endowment, Embassy of Estonia in London, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia, Embassy of Latvia in London, Embassy of Lithuania in London, Lithuanian Council for Culture, Institut Français.
The Triennial celebrates the Centennial of the restored Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.