Melbourne International Biennial 1999

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Melbourne International Biennial 1999 "Signs of Life" 14 May - 27 June 1999

The Melbourne International Biennial was a cultural initiative of the City of Melbourne in partnership with Arts Victoria, Department of Premier and Cabinet and the Ian Potter Museum of Art, the University of Melbourne.

Curator: Juliana Engberg / Organisation: Bala Starr

Artists:

& the "Collaborating Countries Projects" included works in National Pavilions by the following artists:

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"..., I believe the Melbourne International Biennial - Signs of Life - exhibits a very human set of projects, as should be the case as we leave the twentieth century and begin to engage with the next millennial frontier." Juliana Engberg

References[edit]

Catalogue: "Signs of Life" Published by the City of Melbourne ISBN 0-646-37330-7

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