GIBCA Extended Exhibition takes place at 3:e Våningen between September 6–October 27 and presents works of twelve artists based in West Sweden.
In 2019 GIBCA will continue its collaboration with GIBCA Extended, a project where the art scene in Västra Götaland Region joins the international biennial in showcasing interesting contemporary art projects.
Meeting Point 2018 will take place on November 26-27, around 60 artists will have the opportunity of presenting their work during brief meetings with the invited guest curators. The aim of Meeting Point is to establish contacts between artists and curators for potential future collaborations and exhibitions.
How do artistic and curatorial practices address rising nationalism? How do contemporary artists relate to terms such as ‘home’, ‘belonging’ and ‘national identity’? The tensions that have followed the nationalist and populist waves in Europe have increased the importance of analysis and critical thinking, even in the art world.
Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art opens its 10th edition in autumn 2019!
Curious what happened to The Banned Image at Götaplatsen?
Thank you all for joining us for the 9th edition of Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, WheredoIendandyoubegin, On Secularity.
The biennial is open from 9 September – 19 November 2017
Take part in the performance every Saturday!
Opening of GIBCA Extended at Konstepidemin/Kastellgatan
PARSE, in collaboration with GIBCA, invites you to a PARSE Dialogue on the themes of The Parse Journal issue on Secularity, and the conferense EXCLUSION
The artist Isabel Lewis invites you to a relaxed and poetic evening of filled dancing, pulsating music and hypnotic spoken word.
GIBCA celebrated this year's participating artists in Venice!
GIBCA is thrilled to unveil this year's participating artists alongside a new and exciting site-specific project and accompanying programming titled, House of Words (HoW).
A story within a story... Are you intersted in beeing involved in Gothenburg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA) this fall? We are now looking for volunteers!
Earlier this fall the curator Elvira Dyngani Ose did a research trip that took her to several locations in Sweden. In conversation with GIBCA she talks about her impressions of Sweden, its art scene and the questions that she thinks will be central to GIBCA 2015.
On September 24th the launch of GIBCA 2015 was held at Röda Sten Konsthall. During the evening GIBCAs artistic directors talked with curator Elvira Dyangani Ose about her curatorial background and what topics hopes to explore within the context of GIBCA 2015.
After a couple of days in Gothenburg, filled with meetings with collaborative partners, visits to artists’ studios and the various venues of the biennial, Dyangani Ose and the GIBCA team headed off to Stockholm.
On Thursday 25th of September curator of GIBCA 2015, Elvira Dyangani Ose, spent half a day at Valand Academy.
On September 24 the first meeting in the work for GIBCA Extended 2015 took place at Röda Sten Konsthall.
Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art (GIBCA) and Röda Sten Konsthall are delighted to announce the appointment of Elvira Dyangani Ose as curator of the eighth edition of GIBCA.
The film art work Magic Bullet by the artist Marcus Öhrn is a 49-hour long chronological montage of all the film footage that were cut by the Swedish State Film Censorship office between 1934 till 2002. As part of GIBCA, the film would have been shown on a big screen on the facade of GöteborgsOperan (The Opera House in Göteborg).
On Thursday, September 5, three days before the film's premiere, GöteborgsOperan announced that the film would not be shown as planned.