Thursday, 27 January 2011

Guanlan International Print Biennial 2011

I received an email this morning informing me that  the deadline for works arrive in Guanlan has been extended to February 25, 2011. 

The Guanlan International Print Biennial has been successfully conducted twice by the Guanlan Original Printmaking Base. 
Now in its  third manifestation,  the event takes place once again in  2011.   It attained a big success in the previous two biennials-  due to the great support of the artists from the entire world. 
This exhibition wi l l focus on artistic and academic achievement, and promote the creativity and individuality in the individual artists work and style. 
It is hoped  that artworks of a high level and superior quality will be selected for the exhibition.    Guanlan International Print Biennial seeks  to promote the exchange of artists from  around the world and that Guanlan International Print Biennial will become the platform and window for people, to understand China, and vice versa. 

We invite you to participate in this exhibition, and sincerely hope that more and more artists come from different countries to participate in this exhibition and to see numerous great print art works.

Name of Biennial: 2011 Guanlan international Print Biennial
Organizers:           China Artists Association
        Shenzhen Federation of Literary and Art Circles
        Shenzhen Bao'an District People's Government
Conductors:         China Artists Association – Artistic Commission on Print Arts
        China • Guanlan Print Original Industry Base

Director of Organizing Committee: Li Kang
Secretary of Curator: Zhao Jiachun,Xiao Lulu
Exhibition Place: Guanlan Original Printmaking Base, Shenzhen, China
Exhibition Period: May and June, 2011
Number of Works: about 200 to 300 pieces
Deadline for receiving works: February 25, 2011

There will be a full colour Catalogue published and all selected works will be posted on the website.  

If you visit HERE below you can see all the selected works form the 2009 biennial.

Works need to be larger than 30 x 30 cm with a maximum size of above 100 cm 
Check rules and regulations on the following url:

NOTE :  The works above are all from those selected and exhibited in 2009.
1. ( sorry I could not find it but it is there at the above mentioned url)
    - my apologies to the artist.
2. Rakesh Bani
3. Eunice Kim
4. Mary Hood

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