Room to Bloom in Palermo: The Living Pavilion

After its great success at the Kyiv-Allied Biennial, Room to Bloom is coming to Palermo for the first time from 19 to 23 November. Check out the programme!

After its great success at the Kyiv-Allied Biennial, Room to Bloom is coming to Palermo for the first time from 19 to 23 November. Check out the programme!

Room to Bloom at the Kyiv Biennale

The biennial hosts a series of artistic projects and events in the public programme, including a pavilion dedicated to Room to Bloom (our platform of emerging feminist artists) that focus specifically on current conditions, political factors and institutional actors that foster new alliances in the 21st century.

The biennial hosts a series of artistic projects and events in the public programme, including a pavilion dedicated to Room to Bloom (our platform of emerging feminist artists) that focus specifically on current conditions, political factors and institutional actors that foster new alliances in the 21st century.

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Europe depends on workers moving. Whether they are making deliveries, harvesting fruits and vegetables, caring for elderly people, working in construction, metal workers, lawyers, doctors, researchers or in many other kinds of work. People who move country in Europe are essential to the wellbeing of everyone.

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