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Manifesta 11 - The European biennial of contemporary art
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PRO LITTERIS 2016. Manifesta 11

Manifesta 11 - The European biennial of contemporary art

What People Do for Money: Some Joint Ventures

Ahmet Öğüt » Yto Barrada » Guillaume Bijl » Mel Bochner » Mike Bouchet » Chris Burden » Sophie Calle » Ergin Cavusoglu » Olga Chernysheva » Anne Collier » Carles Congost » Thomas Demand » Aleksandra Domanovic » Angus Fairhurst » Harun Farocki » Ceal Floyer » Coco Fusco » Mario Garcia Torres » Andreas Gursky » Rachel Harrison » Susan Hiller » Pierre Huyghe » Christian Jankowski » Mark Leckey » Leigh Ledare » Martin Liebscher » Armin Linke » Sharon Lockhart » Manon » Teresa Margolles » Dieter Meier » Jonathan Monk » Gianni Motti » Yoshua Okon » Trevor Paglen » Sarah Pickering » Adrian Piper » Torbjørn Rødland » Jon Rafman » Daniela Rossell » Thomas Ruff » Ed Ruscha » August Sander » Jeremy Shaw » Jeremy Shaw » Santiago Sierra » Alec Soth » Pilvi Takala »

Exhibition: 11 Jun – 18 Sep 2016

Fri 10 Jun 19:00 - 24:00

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Manifesta 11 - The European biennial of contemporary art
What People Do for Money: Some Joint Ventures

Friday, 10 June 2016 | PRESS AND PROFESSIONAL PREVIEW DAY
19.00 Manifesta 11 Official Opening

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Manifesta 11, with its theme What People Do for Money: Some Joint Ventures, focuses attention on the relation between artistic work and labour. In our post-industrial age, it is a concept that resonates acutely with life not only in Zurich but in the rest of the world. Manifesta 11 in Zurich is something of a collective experiment, questioning the identity of the city Manifesta 11 in Zurich is something of a collective experiment, questioning the identity of the city through interactions with its citizens. What do we do with our lives? How do we work together? We hope Manifesta 11 stimulates questions for all its visitors and opens up new and exciting ways into contemporary art

Manifesta was conceived in the early 1990s as a nomadic, European biennial of contemporary art, responding to the new social, cultural and political reality that emerged in the aftermath of the Cold War. Following a desire to explore the psychological and geographical territory of Europe and to provide a dynamic platform for cultural exchange throughout the region, it takes place every two years in a different European city. Along with the Venice Biennale and documenta in Kassel, Manifesta is one of the foremost art events in Europe. Since 1996, Manifesta has taken place in Rotterdam, Luxembourg, Ljubljana, Frankfurt, Donostia/San Sebastián, Trentino–South Tyrol, Murcia, Genk and most recently St. Petersburg. Over the course of ten biennials and twenty years, more than 2.5 millions people have visited Manifesta’s events and participated in its programs. It has successfully presented artists, curators and young professionals from as many as forty different countries, and in each edition continues to innovate and reimagine contemporary art practices. The eleventh edition will be hosted by the city of Zurich and will run from 11 June until 18 September 2016.