Европейская биеннале современного искусства

28 Июня 31 Октября 2014

Санкт-Петербург, Россия Государственный Эрмитаж

Пресcа о нас

This is a Press clipping selection on Manifesta 10. Please get in touch with us for more information via m10press (at) manifesta.org.

Russian media

St. Petersburg TimesManifesta’s Purr-fect Stars and Moscow TimesHermitage Cats the Stars at Manifesta Biennial 
“The main achievement of Manifesta is the fact that it took place at all” writes Kitty Brandon-James.
Read more here (St. Petersburg Times) or here (Moscow Times)

Iskusstvo.tv quotes Hermitage director Piotrovsky: ”For me, as a director of the Hermitage, the Manifesta is a democratic festival”
Read more here and Joseph Backstein (Moscow Biennial) called Manifesta key event of the Year of Russian Culture here

Vesti.ru“Manifesta”: fifty artists from different countries storm Winter Palace, watch the videohere

Watch the item on Manifesta 10 on St. Petersburg TV Channelhere

Calvert JournalManifesta destiny: what does the St Petersburg-set art biennial mean for Russia? Read more here

Tatjana Sokhareva writes in Gazeta.ru “There are strangers in the Hermitage”, read the article here

Read “The Russian voice on European Biennial” on Lenta.ru here


International press

The Guardian (GB) Manifesta’s “… artists have rebelled accordingly” writes Adrian Searle, read more here

Huffington Post (US)A Contemporary Art Festival Has Infiltrated Russia, read the article here

Phaidon (GB): “How Manifesta 10 is beating Russia’s anti-gay laws”, read more here

Le Monde (FR) Review by Roxana Aximi, read more here

Lepoint (FR) Manifesta 10 – An exhibition about the Maidan in the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, read more here 

Artslant (INT) The Subtle Subversions of Manifesta 10 , read more here

Nina Siegal writes “Art Shapes a Civil Rights Debate in Russia” in the International New York Times (INT), read more here


Dutch Media

A special Avro Kunstuur on Manifesta 10: Watch here

Read what Sandra Smallenburg writes in NRC on Manifesta10 here

Read the review by Maaike Staafhorst in the Telegraaf here

Rutger Pontzen’s review on Manifesta 10 the Volkskrant here


German Media

Arte.tv: documentary by Irene Langman on Manifesta 10, watch here

Die Welt: “The Biennial confronts the Russians with ‘Nato Art’”, read more here

Monopol: “Manifesta didn’t need a boycott” writes Elke Buhr, read more here and here

Deutsche Welle: “The traveling biennale is taking place in St. Petersburg, amidst a climate of censorship and homophobia.” Read more here

Focus: ”Manifesta shows political art in St. Petersburg” , read more here

Stern: “Manifesta in St. Petersburg – political art and taboos”, read more here