9th edition of the International Art Biennale titled "Spaces - Identity - Times" dedicated to the conceptual understanding of how the constructed, physical and material globalized cities have displaced the urban, cultural and social anthropological places constructed through social interactions and how these urban centers can be preserved. Numerous individual and collective of artists worked "in situ" in 20 simultaneous venues all over Cuenca that included artworks presented through interventions, digital photography, installations, objects, video art, video-performance, assemblages, and other contemporary media along the traditional artistic expressions that included painting, sculpture and graphic arts. A massive event that includes artists from throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
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