29th BIENNALE AWARDS

The contest is open to contemporary artists of any nationality and any age, who are allowed to enter a maximum of three works which must be unreleased and authentic, free in size and technique, and performed in whatever form of visual art, material and support – pictorial, graphics, sculpture and installation, photography and video.

BIUMOR 2017

“Premio Internazionale Città di Tolentino” (“City of Tolentino International Award”) - for humorous art on the subject of “Honesty! Honesty!”

 

 

BIUMOR 2016, PHILOSOPHY AND

2015 represented a crucial turn. This was the message delivered by Evio Hermas Ercoli during the 9th October conference, in front of the audience at the building Palazzo Sangallo, for a date dedicated to the "present and future" of BIUMOR.

2015 represented a crucial turn. This was the message delivered by Evio Hermas Ercoli during the 9th October conference, in front of the audience at the building Palazzo Sangallo, for a date dedicated to the "present and future" of BIUMOR.

29th BIENNALE AWARDS

29th-BIENNALE-AWARDS

The contest is open to contemporary artists of any nationality and any age, who are allowed to enter a maximum of three works which must be unreleased and authentic, free in size and technique, and performed in whatever form of visual art, material and support – pictorial, graphics, sculpture and installation, photography and video.

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BIUMOR 2017

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The 29th Biennale Internazionale dell'Umorismo nell'Arte discusses this politically fierce and culturally predominant watchword. Its theme is meant to spark serious and careful thought about the moral standards and hypocrisy in today’s society; it does so making use of humour – a surrogate, outside, unbiased perspective that complicates things.

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The International Biennial exhibition of Humour in Art has been always investigating the element of contemporaneity using laughter as a weapon.
And this year the hyperbolic expression "die laughing" takes on a different meaning after the tragic Charlie Hebdo shooting occurred in January.
This is a call to artists to reflect on the central role of satire and laughter within the critical issues of contemporary world.