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biennial

adjective Referring to or occurring every 2 years.
 
noun Any serial or periodical with a frequency of publication of every 2 years.

biennial

  1. occurring every two years.
  2. a plant that lives for two seasons (or years), germinating from seed and growing to maturity in the first season with food storage in swollen roots for overwintering. In the second season flowers, fruit and seeds are produced before death occurs. Such plants are herbaceous rather than woody, e.g. the Canterbury Bell (Campanula) and the carrot. See ANNUAL, PERENNIAL.
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It is "one of the top tiers of biennials globally, and is the largest such platform in the Middle East and South Asia," said Omar Kholeif, who was a co-curator with Zoe Butt and Claire Tancons of Sharjah Biennial 14.
TFAM also announced the 12th Taipei Biennial is to commence in October, 2020.
The removal of political agency does not just befall activists, but can also claim artists and artworks in a biennial's hunger for the urgent, relevant and globally representational.
With the Biennial being created and hosted here in Liverpool, it makes sense that it features an art work made from the city's unofficial national dress - trainers.
Choosing Liverpool Biennial, the associate digital editor of Vogue, Katie Berrington, wrote: "For its 10th edition, Liverpool Biennial begins on July 14, kicking off 15 weeks of contemporary art across the city.
Organised by Sharjah Children's Centres, a subsidiary of the Rubu' Qarn Foundation for Creating Leaders and Innovators, the Sharjah Children Biennial is contributing to the refugee cause through The Big Heart Foundation by selling 40 works of art at the Paper Fig restaurant in Sharjah.
Were this a joke, another great element would be the way it plays with the current oversaturation of biennials, as if they've run out of places to do them and were forced to stage one in the wilderness.
The 10th edition of the international contemporary art show in 2007 drew 91,000 visitors, while the 2009 biennial was seen by 101,000 people.
The biennial is organised by the Sharjah Children's Centres and will be held at the Sharjah Arts Museum till December 31; and at the Children's Centre in Mughayder from January 9 till February 9, 2015.
The Dubai Helishow 2012 - a biennial helicopter exhibition - will be held on 6-8 November this year at Meydan Racecourse (Photo courtesy of Photo courtesy of Mark Mennie, official photographer)
1) Biennial Amendment 6-Biennial Elections This amendment changed the winner of elections from a plurality to receiving the majority of voters present.