From March until Saturday October 12, 1914 Recoleta Cultural Center rooms will host international exhibitions of architecture, design, urbanism, art and film, at the Twelfth International Biennial of Architecture of Buenos Aires BA09.
From 6 to 9 in the same month, more than 50 architects from around the world will give lectures, among which highlights the Norwegian Einar Jarmund and Craig Dykers Snohetta, Argentinean Cesar Pelli, Americans Carlos Zapata and Peter Pran, or Spanish Alberto Campo Baeza.
Recoleta Cultural Center will host between 3 and 12 October of the XII International Biennial of Architecture of Buenos Aires BA09, organized by the Center for Art and Communication (CAYC) with the completion of Pichon Riviere & Diaz Bobillo Consultores (PR & DB) .
As in each of the eleven previous years, taking place since 1985, the Biennale will bring together the leading architects in the world.
The International Architecture Biennale of Buenos Aires has become in its 24 year history, one of the most important along with the Venice and San Pablo.
From 3 to October 12, 1914 Recoleta Cultural Center facilities under the Ministry of Culture, Government of the City of Buenos Aires, will house samples from several countries, not just on issues of architecture but also design, urbanism and art, free admission.
From 6 to 9 October, in parallel, there will be keynote speeches from more than 50 world-renowned architects, transforming the city of Buenos Aires in the center of architectural debate.
Among the speakers stand and Craig Dykers Jarmund Einar, Norway, Hans Hollein, Austria, Alberto Campo Baeza, Spain; Peter Pran and Carlos Zapata, United States, Javier Sanchez and Bernardo Gomez Pimienta, Mexico; Franco Purini, from Italy and the Argentine Mario Cesar Pelli and Korea. This activity is tariffs and requires pre-registration.
The opening ceremony will be Saturday, October 3 at 12 am in the Recoleta Cultural Center under the Ministry of Culture, Government of the City of Buenos Aires.
Another major activity will be the awards ceremony of the traditional competitions of the Biennale: Wednesday 7 contest will award prizes Ctibor / CAYC at the new Brick Museum in La Plata.
The awards to the winners of CEDU / CAYC “Blueprint for a Rural School” will be held on Thursday 8 to 12:45 at the Centro Cultural Recoleta, and on Saturday 10 with the awards in other contests and exhibits.
In this edition, the art has its place with the exhibition of sculptures by renowned artists such as Marta Minujín, Louis Wells, Monica Reed, Hernán Dompé, Edgardo Giménez, Maria Guallar, Lidia and Carola Galego Zech.
As is tradition, the Biennale BA09 there will be a variety of national and international exhibitions in countries like Colombia, Mexico, Italy, Russia, France and Uruguay.
Space cinema, architecture, city and territory
Is added as a new cinema Space, an audiovisual program that tries to provide ways to enrich the narrative and representation of architecture.
Under the coordination of Florence and Gustavo Rodríguez Dieguez, will present a program whose goal is to stage an updated overview of the latest urban architectural and territorial considerations that have been carried out by using novel materials produced in the film diverse contexts and countries.
Audiovisual works in various formats, mostly medium and short-operate as triggers for tables and meetings for discussion and reflection.
The structure of space is based on the rotation of programming at various times, plus special events.
The organization of the Biennial BA09 is in charge of Art and Communication Center (CAYC) with the completion of Pichon Riviere & Diaz Bobillo Consultores (PR & DB). The steering committee is composed of Roberto Converti, Cordeyro Enrique, Juan Carlos Fervenza, Matias Gigli, Jorge Glusberg, Miguel Jurado, Daniel Muñiz, Miguel Pato, Enrique Pichon Riviere, Carlos Dibar, Carlos Sallaberry, Clorindo Testa and Fabio Morales. -via-