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Biennale de La Biche, the smallest biennale in the world, L’îlet La Biche, Guadeloupe

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Biennale de La Biche is the smallest contemporary art biennale in the world. For its first edition, Alex Urso and Maess Anand, the project’s founders and curators, have selected fourteen artists from all over the world. Although differing from one another, each participant was asked to conceive an artwork able to coexist with the environment of the location: the enchanting Caribbean island of Ilet de La Biche.

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