6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012 in Venice





Dear Friends in Art,

We have pleasure to invite you on the opening of the “6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012″ in Venice.

Exhibition time: 3 February – 2 March 2012
Opening of the Exhibition: 3 February 2012, 6 p.m.


“Scuola Internazionale di Grafica”, Venice, Italy



Address: Cannaregio 1798, Venice 30121
Tel.: +39-041-721-950

Artists selected for the Exhibition in Venice:

Sandra Berg Mozard, Sweden
Silvia Braida, Kathy Shank Frate, Zelda Rocchi, Italy
Andra’s Butak, Hungary
Loretta Cappanera, Italy
Fabia Livia de Carvalho, Germany
Elisabetta Diamanti, Italy
Tatiana Discenko, Lithuania
Vittorio Fava, Italy
Roberto Gianinetti, Italy
Brigitte Gmachreich-Jünemann, Germany
Wuon-Gean Ho, U.K.
Sun Young Kang, U.S.A.
Olof Kangas, Finland
Maila Kaos, Estonia
Lucas Kunz, Germany
Dalia Lopez Madrona, Sweden
Else Juhl Lundhus, Denmark
Elisa Pellacani, Italy
R. Prost, U.S.A.
Claire Jeanine Satin, U.S.A.
Aine Scannell, Scotland
Uwe Schloen, Germany
Fumiko Shinkai, Japan
Sigurborg Stefansdottir, Iceland
Silvia Ungaro, Italy


Kestutis Vasiliunas
curator of the Triennial

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2 Responses to 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012 in Venice

  1. Monteil Bauer Anne and Dan Steffan says:

    A selection in the selection ? That is very unusual and a very big disapointement for a lot of artists, we imagine. We trusted what was written (and stupidly boughy train tickets and reserved an hotel, you know, it is cheaper when you do it early …). Ther was never said that only “happy few” would go to Venice or did we miss something ? Will it be like that for all the exhibitions ?

  2. Kestutis says:

    Due to the local organizations working with the collection on tour – their views, actual spaces, or indeed their unforeseen lack of finances – it may be necessary to make selections of books. We will be very critical, though knowing from experience that such is not to be avoided, and we sincerely apologize.
    The complete catalogue will always be at the core of any of these exhibitions. We thank you for understanding.
    Joseph Johannes Visser
    Jury member
    Kestutis Vasiliunas
    Curator of the Triennial

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