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(botany) a plant having a life cycle that normally takes two seasons from germination to death to complete

having a life cycle lasting two seasons

occurring every second year

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Most Asian Biennials that were founded in the 1990s have used a judicious mixture of such high-profile western curators interspersed with Asian curators, sometimes working in teams, possibly to avoid accusations of the neo-colonial gaze.
The Biennial, open till May 13, has taken up residence at the newly inaugurated SAF Art Spaces led by SAF President Shaikha Hoor Al Qasimi.
Quite quickly, by 2004-2006, Liverpool Biennial had established itself as one of those that people wanted to go to, not only because of the quality of work but because of our collaborative model.
To be honest, it was a bit of a joke," says Biggs, of the art world's reaction to the idea of a Liverpool Biennial - the dismay in part due to curators feeling under pressure to visit every such festival across the globe.
Starting with the Western Hemisphere, we are working to position Denver as leader in fostering a global community," said Donna Good, President of the Biennial.
Seed of these biennial flowers can be sown now right through to early July to provide a riot of nostalgic colour next year - and virtually all of them are very easy to grow and manage.
The biennial takes its title, "What Keeps Mankind Alive?
A"The Sharjah Biennial is getting ready for its new direction, whereby we endeavor to find new possibilities for production of art in the Arab world.
For the Fifth Berlin Biennial, opening on April 5, curators Adam Szymczyk, director of the Kunsthalle Basel, and Elena Filipovic, an independent art critic and curator, have extended this nascent tradition by dividing their exhibition into halves, which they call "Day" and "Night.
ZER01's 2010 01SJ Biennial programming is geared around the notion that artists can, and do, act as change-agents through the use of technologies in their artwork.
We are pleased to announce Yuko Hasegawa as the curator for Sharjah Biennial 11.
Liverpool Biennial is the largest contemporary visual arts event in the UK.
International biennials tend to inhabit their host cities uneasily, but in the capital of Mali, one of Africa's poorest countries, the disjunction seems more profound.
The first two biennials always attracted overseas interest and media coverage on the first weekend, but this time that trend has been sustained.
Popular biennials include Canterbury Bells, common foxglove, Sweet William and other beautiful blooms.