The Other Biennales: 10 Lesser-Known Biennials To Visit.
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LAM 360° – Land Art Mongolia. 30 July – 25 August 2018. This unique land art biennial in Mongolia concentrates on a similarly narrow theme. However, in the literal sense, it’s the exact opposite of narrow. In fact, the exhibitions take up vast amounts of space, and the invited artists cover large distances to reach the festival site near a village four hours from capital Ulaanbaatar. There, land artists from all over the world will set up their site-specific installations, in collaboration with Mongolian artists and other local contributors. For those who can’t make the trip to the actual land where the art is created, all works are documented and the programme is accompanied by talks, exhibitions and events in Ulaanbaatar.