The XI Sao Paulo Bienal art exhibition opened in Brazil on September 4. This look?
GV Building & sign (2 shots)
GV INT. Exhibition (2 shots)
CU & SV Columbian exhibit (4 shots)
SV & CU PAN Brazilian Volks-wagon prize entry (2 shots)
SV & MV PAN Sao Paulo winning entry (3 shots)
CU & MVs Belgian exhibits (3 shots)
CUs Austrian ditto (6 shots)
MV Part of exhibition
CUs Australian entry (3 shots)
CUs German ditto (3 shots)
CUs & MV ZOOM OUT TO GV Japanese entry (3 shots)
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Background: The XI Sao Paulo Bienal art exhibition opened in Brazil on September 4. This look at the exhibition centres around the award-winning entries from the 56 countries represented. The top award of 10,000 dollars was won by Mr Rafael Canogar of Spain for his works on the subject of war and its horrors.
SYNOPSIS: In Brazil, the eleventh Sao Paulo bienal art exhibition opened on Saturday
Artists from 56 countries exhibited their works.
The exhibition this year includes a large number of prints in various media, including photography. This Brazilian exhibit won a special prize put up by Volkswagon.
This is the entry from Spain that won the grand prize of the exhibition, worth 10,000 dollars. The artist is Rafael Canogar.
The exhibition has not been prepared purely for the Bienal but is designed to tour extensively in Latin America. The exhibition will go on tour when the Bienal ends in November.
With this exhibit David Aspden won an honourable mention. It's emphasis on variety of colour is typical of the exhibition.
Gunther Uecker won a prize of 2,500 dollars with this example of centrifugal art.
Over 30,000 dollars of prize money was given out. The status of winning a prize here is second only to Venice.