A Collective Dedicated to the Video Art that Evokes the Most Rebellious Summer of the 1960s

A Collective Dedicated to the Video Art that Evokes the Most Rebellious Summer of the 1960s
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Born from a strategic collaboration with the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève directed by Andrea Bellini, LOVELOVELOVE Biennale of Moving Images finds inspiration in one of the most influential cultural phenomenon of the 1960s - the “Summer of Love”, witness to the power of culture in taking on violence, the war and discrimination. Paying homage to the spirit of that idealistic and dynamic epoch, the Biennale is articulated in four sections, respectively dedicated to nature, identity, freedom and time. Over twenty artists, from Yuri Ancarani to Simon Fujiwara, from Guan Xiao to Song Kun and Tao Hui, to name a few, present the key works of the prestigious Biennale de l'Image en Mouvement (BIM) of Ginevra and the projects of the principal players of Chinese video-art, creating a dynamic and varied panorama in one of Beijing’s most unusual museums. The media partner of the exhibition, Rolling Stone China, will present, at the same time, a Summer of Love music festival with various public events, an opportunity to examine and remember the key cultural figures of 1960s from the point of view of musical history as well as considering their continued impact on contemporary popular culture. This is a hybrid event for all ages.

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