The 2020/2021 catalogue consists of two publications to mark the 39th EVA International, which occurred as three exhibition ‘phases’ from September 2020 through to November 2021. It was an historical edition and perhaps the most expansive in the history of the organisation, consisting of 23 weeks of programme, across 13 venues, offsite locations, and online platforms. It was also the first edition to have coincided with a global pandemic.
The 187-page 39th EVA International catalogue, provides an overview of the work of all participating artists and research projects that comprised the 39th EVA International programme. The contents include an introductory text by Matt Packer (Director, EVA International), an introductory essay by Nathan O’Donnell and authored texts on each of the artists’ presentations, alongside photographic documentation and details of public programme activity.
The catalogue profile pages feature artists:
Benji Boyadgian, Diego Bruno, Oisín Byrne with Adam Gibbons, Yane Calovski, Jasmina Cibic, Barış Doğrusöz, Eirene Efstathiou, Minna Henriksson, Michele Horrigan, Melanie Jackson & Esther Leslie, Amy Lien & Enzo Camacho, Hana Miletić, Deirdre O’Mahony, Zeyno Pekünlü, Richard Proffitt, Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings, Mario Rizzi, Aykan Safoğlu, Krista Belle Stewart, Rayna Teneva & Mustafa Emin Büyükcoşkun, Women Artists Action Group from the archive of Pauline Cummins, and Driant Zeneli; Betsy Damon Archive: Keepers of the Waters (Chengdu and Lhasa) led by Asia Art Archive; Reconciliation of Blood Feuds Campaign 1990-1991, led by Erëmirë Krasniqi (Kosovo Oral History Initiative); We realised the power of it, Derry Film and Video Workshop led by Sara Greavu and Ciara Phillips; and Sexuality of a Nation: Lionel Soukaz and Liberation Politics led by Paul Clinton.
Laura Fitzgerald, Áine McBride, Emily McFarland, and Eimear Walshe.
Bora Baboci, Orla Barry, Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan, Em’kal Eyongakpa, and Inês Neto dos Santos.
The 103-page Guest Programme publication Little did they know, edited by curator Merve Elveren, brings together additional content about the four invited research projects Betsy Damon Archive: Keepers of the Waters (Chengdu and Lhasa) led by Asia Art Archive; Reconciliation of Blood Feuds Campaign 1990-1991, led by Erëmirë Krasniqi (Kosovo Oral History Initiative); We realised the power of it – Derry Film and Video Workshop led by Sara Greavu and Ciara Phillips; and Sexuality of a Nation: Lionel Soukaz and Liberation Politics led by Paul Clinton.
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