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XIV INTERBIFEP Tuzla 2011


17.09.11-02.11.11

International Gallery of Portrait, Tuzla
Medunarodna Galerija Portreta Tuzla
Slavka Micica 13
75000 Tuzla
Bosnien-Herzegowina
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XIV INTERBIFEP Tuzla
International Biennial Festival of drawings and graphics
Kuratoren: Amela Hadzimejlic-Keco, Peko Nikcevic, Began Turbic

Künstler:
ARGENTINA: Diego Cirulli, Mariana De Marchi, Ximena de Leon Lucero
AUSTRIA: Donhofer , Gabriel Köfler, Larissa Tomassetti
BELGIUM: Jef Despriet, Jose Vanpoucke, Rik Vermeersch
BELARUS: Aleksandr Sharovarov
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: Adis Fejzic, Admir Mujkic, Admira Bradaric, Ahmet Ibukic Ami, Almir Sehic, Danis Fejzic, Darko Stanic, Davor Ruzic, Dragan Kordic, Dragana Nuic- Vuckovic, Edina Seleskovic, Husein Sljivo, Igor Sredojevic, Ismet Hrvanovic, Ljiljana Vidakovic, Maja Hrvanovic, Maja Skenderovic, Maja Simunovic, Mario Sunjic, Merima Turbic Mahmutovic, Mirza Mameledzija, Mustafa Skopljak, Radmila Jovandic Dapic, Renata Papista, Svetislav Cvetkovic, Zlatan Filipovic
BRAZIL: Ana Sartori, Frattini, Gabriel Henrique Spinelli, Noris Maria Dias
BULGARIA: Grigor Mitzev, Katya Dimova
CANADA: Ella Fles
CHILE: Agostina Suazo Hormazabal
CHINA: Bei Li
COLOMBIA: Diana Torres, Jose Mauricio Rodriguez Duarte
CROATIA: Ana Sladetic, Antonija Gudelj, Branka Grizelj, Ivana Barisic Tomsic, Ivana Mrcela, Jelena Dabic, Kristina Rismondo, Maja Zemunik Muzinic, Nada V. Falout, Nevena Petra Pilizota, Nikolina Novosel, Petar Popijac, Vanja Jovic, Zdenko Radovanic, Zeljka Gradski, Zoran Simunovic
CZECH REPUBLIC: Lukas Bradacek, Marketa Varadiova, Martin Mulac, Martina Nozickova
DENMARK: Canuto Kallan, Tine Hind
ECUADOR: Mauro Rojas Munoz
FINLAND: Aleksi Joensuu, Anita Jensen, Anne Rossi, Eya Pii, Hannu Sillanpää, Juha Saitajoki , Lars Holmström, Petteri Aaltolainen
FRANCE: Argatti, François Chassine, Isabelle Regnier, Laure Marzolf, Luc Pichon, Marina Krüger, Nathalie Tousnakhoff, Noëlle Prinz, Veronique Laurent Denieuil
GERMANY: Jana Dahms, Karin Dörre, Tina & Jochen Schliessler
GREAT BRITAIN: Chris Stevens, Helen Later, Jonas Ranson, Joseph J Field, Peter Monkman, Rakhshinda Lerch
GREECE: Aris Baraboutis
HUNGARY: Janos Mohacsi, Zsuzsa Demeter
IRELAND: Joe Dunne
ICELAND: Thordur Hall
ISRAEL: Batya F. Kuncman
ITALY: Elena Greggio
KOSOVO: Shefqet Avdush Emini
COSTA RICA: Wesley Acuna
LEBANON: Maral Der Boghossian
LITHUANIA: Zygimantas Augustinas
LUXEMBOURG: Filip Markiewicz
MADAGASCAR: Jean-Nirina Razafindralambo
MONTENEGRO: Dzevdet Nikocevic, Marija Kapa, Zorica Lakic
REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA: Andrijana Nachevska Maciev, Daniela Nastoska, Darko Taleski, Goce Trajkovski, Goran Jovanov
MAURITIUS: Arvin Ombika, Chooramun Dev Anand
MEXICO: Ivan Pinon, Jesus Manuel Osuna Gonzalez, Rosa Isabel Vasquez Rascon
NETHERLANDS: Frances Alleblas
NORWAY: Ragnar Olaf Hauge
PHILIPPINES: Michelle Valenton
PERU: Jose Carlos M. Vargas
PORTUGAL: Sergio Portugal
RUSSIA: Roza Savinova, Xenia Ostrovskaya
SLOVAKIA: Lukas Rescak, Lydia Jergusova-Vydarena
SLOVENIA: Berko, Miran Sabic, Petra Varl, Simona Čudovan
SPAIN: Eva Largo, Isabel Maria Sola Marquez, Isidro Lopez-Aparicio
SERBIA: Aleksandra Vasovic, Ana Ivic, Iva Prlincevic, Jelena Bulajic, Lidija Antanasijevic, Milenko Stevanovic, Milijana Istijanovic, Mirjana Denkov, Smilja Ivetic, Zarko Drincic
SWEDEN: Jakob Anckarsvärd
THAILAND: Sarawut Chutiwongpeti
TURKEY: Nimet Keser, Yalim Kartal
UKRAINE: Artem Smorodin, Katerina Cernaya, Maria Nekrasowa
USA: Adrian Wong, Alice Leora Briggs, Anne Labovitz, Helen Redman, Kim Abeles


Pressetext:

Since its foundation in 1980, the International Biennial Festival of drawings and graphics - INTERBIFEP Tuzla has represented one of the most important and significant international art event in ex-Yugoslavia. The reason is not only because in the former community there were not many international exhibitions of that rank (except Ljubljana Graphics and Rijeka Graphics Biennial being two of the oldest events of that kind in the world) but also because of the conscientious approach in the organization as well as in the carrying out of this exhibition. Graphics and drawings as means of expression and techniques, as well as portraiture chosen as the first and unique topic, have promised results from the beginning which proved later to be successful.
One should appreciate the fact that this exhibition not only stopped in Tuzla, returning the works to their authors after closing. Indeed a number of works remained there as lasting heritage, thanks to the awards scheme (purchase awards) and the artists who made donations.

Today the International Portrait Gallery can be proud of counting in its collection such worldwide- known names of graphic and drawing artists as Safet Zec, Petar Omčikus, Jiri Anderle, Matos Cardoso Jose, Adam Urbanik, Istvan Geller, Yuji Hiratsuka, Dan Mihaltianu, Ivan Kožarić, Dubravka Babić, Vladimir Makuc, Mersad Berber... to mention just some of them, without purpose to disparage the others.

The traditional Biennial Festival of portrait – drawings and graphics INTERBIFEP will go on thriving so that this valuable collection will continue developing in the future.

http://www.galerijaportreta.ba/en/interbifep.htm