View of Nikos Charalambidis' Carnival Pause (2006) at the 27th São Paulo Biennial

Introducing Biennialgram

Introducing B I E N N I A L G R A M

Have you recently visited a biennial or art festival?

Have you seen an artwork or exhibition so amazing that you told all your friends “you HAVE to see this!”? Have you attended a conference or lecture related to biennials that that shouldn’t have been missed?

You can now share your experience with Biennial Foundation’s audience – more than 60,000 monthly readers around the globe. Your report, review or reflection may be published on Biennial Foundation website and BF Facebook page.

Your Biennialgram can be a short text (in English, max. 750 words) accompanied with photos or short videos, a photo set, or even a single photo with caption. Please don’t be shy – our Editor will help you in case English is not your first language. Every week a selection of best submissions will be featured on our front page, so start submitting today!

Please send your submission to: including details of the event featured in your Biennialgram, your name, and, optionally, your twitter handle, instagram username or personal url. If you are submitting a text, please also include your short bio (max. 35 words).

Please note that by submitting your text and visuals, you grant us permission and rights to edit, feature and promote uploaded content. You will always be attributed as the original author.
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