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International Biennales

Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art (Australia)
AFiRIperFOMA Biennial (Nigeria)
Aichi Triennale (Japan)
Anyang Public Art Project (Korea)
Arsenale (Ukraine)
Arts: Le Havre (France)
Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (Australia)
Asia Triennial Manchester (United Kingdom)
Asian Art Biennale (Bangladesh)
Ateliers de Rennes (France)
Athens Biennial (Greece)
Auckland Triennial (New Zealand)
Baltic Triennial of International Art (Lithuania)
Beaufort Triennale (Belgium)
Beijing International Art Biennale (China)
Benin Regard Biennale (Benin)
Bergen Assembly (Norway)
Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art (Germany)
Biennial at the End of the World (Argentina)
Biennial of the Americas (United States)
Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean (BJCEM)
Brighton Photo Biennial (United Kingdom)
Bristol Biennial Community Arts Festival (Great Britain)
Bucharest Biennale (Romania)
Busan Biennale (South Korea)
CAFAM Biennale (China)
California-Pacific Triennial (United States)
Canakkale Biennial (Turkey)
Carnegie International (United States)
Carrara International Sculpture Biennale (Italy)
Cartagena de Indias Biennial (Colombia)
Cerveira Bienal (Portugal)
Chengdu Biennale (China)
Colombo Art Biennale (Sri Lanka)
Contour. Biennial of Moving Image (Belgium)
Cuenca International Biennial (Ecuador)
Curitiba Bienal (Brazil)
D-0 ARK Biennial (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Dak’Art: African Contemporary Art Biennale (Senegal)
documenta (Germany)
Dublin Contemporary (Ireland)
East Africa Art Biennale (East Africa)
Echigo Tsumari Art Triennial (Japan)
Emergency Biennale (Chechnya)
eva International (Ireland)
Fellbach Triennial of Small-scale Sculpture (Germany)
Florence Biennale (Italy)
Folkestone Triennial (United Kingdom)
Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale (Japan)
Ghetto Biennale (Haiti)
Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (Sweden)
Greater New York (United States)
Guangzhou Triennial (China)
Gwangju Biennale (South Korea)
Harlem Biennale (USA)
Havana Biennale (Cuba)
Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale (South Korea)
Istanbul Biennial (Turkey)
ITCA – International Triennale of Contemporary Art (Czech Republic)
Jakarta Biennale (Indonesia)
Jogja Biennale (Indonesia)
KOBE Biennale (Japan)
Kochi-Muziris Biennale (India)
Kuandu Biennale (Taiwan)
La Triennale (France)
Liverpool Biennial (United Kingdom)
Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts (Slovenia)
Lofoten International Art Festival LIAF (Norway)
Luanda Triennale (Angola)
Lubumbashi Biennale (Congo)
Lyon Biennale of Contemporary Art (France)
Linz Light Art Biennial (Austria)
Made in L.A. (USA)
Manif d’art (Canada)
Manifesta, European Biennial of Contemporary Art (Europe)
Mardin Biennial (Turkey)
Marrakech Biennale (Morocco)
Media City Seoul (South Korea)
Mediations Biennale (Poland)
Mediterranean Biennale of Contemporary Art of Oran (Algeria)
Meeting Points (Lebanon)
Mercosul Biennial (Brazil)
Momentum (Norway)
Mongolia 360° Land Art Biennial (Mongolia)
Montevideo Bienal (Uruguay)
Montréal Biennale (Canada)
Moscow Biennale (Russia)
Moscow International Biennale for Young Art (Russia)
New Museum Triennial (United States)
Oberschwaben Triennale (Germany)
Online Biennale
Panama Biennial (Panama)
Paris Biennale (France)
Performa (United States)
Periferic (Romania)
Pontevedra Art Biennial (Spain)
Prague Biennale (Czech Republic)
Prospect New Orleans (United States)
Qalandiya International (Palestine)
Rencontres de Bamako, Biennale Africaine de la Photographie (Mali)
Riwaq Biennale (Palestine)
Saigon Open City (Vietnam)
San Juan Poly/Graphic Triennial (Puerto Rico)
São Paulo Biennial (Brazil)
São Tome e Príncipe Biennial (São Tome e Príncipe)
Sapporo International Art Festival (Japan)
SCAPE Public Art (New Zealand)
Sculpture Quadrennial Riga (Latvia)
Setouchi Triennale (Japan)
Shanghai Biennale (China)
Sharjah Biennial (United Arab Emirates)
Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (China)
Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale (China)
Singapore Biennale (Singapore)
Sinopale (Turkey)
Site Santa Fe International Biennial (United States)
Skulptur Projekte Münster (Germany)
SUD, Salon Urbain de Douala (Cameroon)
Sydney Biennial (Australia)
Taipei Biennial (Taiwan)
Taiwan Biennial (Taiwan)
Tallinn Print Triennial (Estonia)
Tate Triennial (United Kingdom)
Tatton Park Biennial (United Kingdom)
Tbilisi Triennial (Georgia)
The London Open (Great Britain)
Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art (Greece)
Tirana Biennial (Albania)
Triennale–India (India)
Turin Triennial (Italy)
U-Turn Quadrennial for Contemporary Art (Denmark)
Ural Industrial Biennial (Russia)
Vancouver Biennale (Canada)
Venice Biennale (Italy)
Videonale Festival for Contemporary Video Art (Germany)
Western China International Art Biennale (China)
Whitney Biennial (United States)
Whitstable Biennale (United Kingdom)
WRO Media Art Biennale (Poland)
Yokohama International Triennial of Contemporary Art (Japan)
Young Artists Biennial (Romania)
ZERO1 Biennial (United States)

Manfred Kielnhofer

Guardians of Time by Manfred Kielnhofer Mystique contemporary art sculpture Guardians of Time by the Austrian Manfred Kielnhofer observing and pretending the world. “The Guardians of Time” relates to the idea that since the beginning of time mankind has had protectors, both for historic and mystical reasons. It seems that only man himself is a potential source of danger for his own existence. In his works of art Manfred Kielnhofer deals with the natural human desire for security. Thus his oeuvre reflects genuine exploration, consideration and discussion of current as well as historic moods and sensibilities of his social environment. His works of art captivate with elaborate combinations of light and different technique.

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