Busan Biennale 2018 announces list of participating artists

Design: Kwon Joonho (Everyday Practice). Courtesy of Busan Biennale.


Busan Biennale has announced the list of this edition’s participating artists. The 65 artists and collectives from 34 countries were chosen by artistic director Cristina Ricupero, curator Jörg Heiser, and guest curator Gahee Park, in collaboration with an advisory board. Earlier this year, the biennial announced its title Divided We Stand – the theme of which investigates the concept of ‘split territories’. The exhibition, which will run from 8 September to 11 November, will take place at the Museum of Contemporary Art Busan and the former site of Bank of Korea.

The participating artists are:

Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme (Cyprus/US)
Bani Abidi (Pakistan)
Chantal Akerman (Belgium)
Dora Longo Bahia (Brazil)
Maja Bajevic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Khaled Barakeh (Syria)
Yael Bartana (Israel)
Jean-Luc Blanc (France)
Oscar Chan Yik Long (Hong Kong)
Onejoon Che (South Korea)
Mina Cheon (South Korea)
Chin Cheng Te (Taiwan)
Sunah Choi (South Korea)
Phil Collins (UK)
Christoph Dettmeier (Germany)
Mauricio Dias & WalterRiedweg (Brazil/Switzerland)
Smadar Dreyfus (Israel)
Eva Grubinger (Austria)
Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige (Lebanon)
Ramin & Rokni Haerizadeh & Hesam Rahmanian (Iran/Iran/US)
Flaka Haliti (Kosovo)
Kiluanji Kia Henda (Angola)
Andy Hope 1930 (Germany)
Hsu Chia-Wei (Taiwan)
Young Zoo Im (South Korea)
Joo Hwang (South Korea)
Yunsun Jung (South Korea)
Nikita Kadan (Ukraine)
Wanuri Kahiu (Kenya)
Amar Kanwar (India)
Hayoun Kwon (South Korea)
Oliver Laric (Austria)
Minwhee Lee & Yun Choi (South Korea)
Gabriel Lester (Netherlands)
Minouk Lim (South Korea)
Laura Lima & Zé Carlos Garcia (Brazil)
Lin + Lam (US/Canada)
Liu Ding (China)
Marko Lulic (Austria)
Fabian Marti (Switzerland)
Augustin Maurs (France)
Metahaven (Netherlands)
Nástio Mosquito (Angola)
Henrike Naumann (Germany)
Marcel Odenbach (Germany)
Melik Ohanian (France)
Ferhat Ozgur (Turkey)
Kelvin Kyung Kun Park (South Korea)
Susan Philipsz (UK)
Adrian Piper (US)
Min Jeong Seo (South Korea)
Bruno Serralongue (France)
Tayfun Serttas (Turkey)
Hito Steyerl (Germany)
Jan Svenungsson (Sweden)
Tamura Yuichiro (Japan)
Javier Téllez (Venezuela)
The Propeller Group (Vietnam/US)
Suzanne Treister (UK)
Lars von Trier (Denmark)
Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas (Lithuania)
Jane & Louise Wilson (UK)
Ming Wong (Singapore)
Ulrich Wüst (Germany)
Zhang Peili (China)


15 August 2018