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Artist List Announced for 2017 Moscow Biennale

The list of participating artists for the 2017 Moscow Biennale, titled “Clouds ⇄ Forests,” has been revealed, reports Alex Greenberger of Artnews. The exhibition will focus on “a new eco-system formed through a circulation of ‘Cloud Tribes,’ who were born on the Internet cloud space, and ‘Forest Tribes’ who are born on cultural origins,” according to a statement released by the biennale’s organizers. “Clouds ⇄ Forests,” which will take place at Moscow’s State Tretyakov Gallery, will open on September 19 and run until January 18, 2018.

The artists in this year’s biennale are as follows:

Nadim Abbas, Hong Kong
Adel Abidin, Iraq / Finland / Jordan
Nindityo Adipurnomo, Indonesia
Farah Atassi, Belgium / USA
Kanako Azuma, Japan
Matthew Barney, USA
Natalia Bazowska, Poland
Bahar Behbahani, Iran / USA
Björk, Iceland / United Kingdom
Hussein Chalayan, Cyprus / United Kingdom
Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Israel & Belgium / United Kingdom
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, United Kingdom
Rohini Devasher India
Louise Drulhe, France
Olafur Eliasson, Denmark / Germany
Justine Emard & Mirai Moriyama, France / Japan
Cécile B. Evans, USA / Germany
Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov, Russia
Valia Fetisov, Russia
Forensic Architecture, United Kingdom
Theaster Gates, USA
Gauri Gill, India
Marta Gornicka, Poland
Alina Gutkina, Russia
Joey Holder, United Kingdom
Elliott Hundley, USA
Pierre Huyghe, France / USA
Ali Kazma, Turkey
Nile Koetting, Japan / Germany
Siji Krishnan, India
Alexey Martins, Russia
Mathieu Merlet-Briand, France
Marie-Luce Nadal, France / Spain
Michael Najjar, Germany
Koji Nakazono, Japan
Dashi Namdakov, Russia
Uriel Orlow, Switzerland / United Kingdom
Anastasia Potemkina, Russia
Laure Prouvost, France / Belgium
Aurora Sander, Norway / Germany
Susan Schuppli, United Kingdom
Sayaka Shimada, Japan
Wieki Somers, Netherlands
Yuken Teruya, Japan / USA
Sissel Tolaas, Norway / Germany
Michael Tolmachev, Russia
Ryan Trecartin, USA
Hanna Tuulikki, Finland / United Kingdom
Alexander Vinogradov and Vladimir Dubossarsky, Russia
“Where Dogs Run,” Russia
Robert Zhao Renhui, Singapore
Marina Zurkow, USA

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