Biennale



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East Meets West Meets Walls Blake Gopnik June 10, 2013
Venice by Foot Bettina Von Hase June 9, 2009
A Surgeon’s-Eye View Blake Gopnik June 1, 2013
Warts and All – and Hairs, and Moles … Blake Gopnik June 2, 2013
Disney Meets Duchamp Blake Gopnik June 6, 2013
Venice by Foot Bettina Von Hase June 9, 2009
My Biennale Favorites Anthony Haden-Guest June 7, 2009
My Biennale Favorites Anthony Haden-Guest June 7, 2009
Venice by Foot Bettina Von Hase June 9, 2009
The Ghost of Biennales Past Taylor Antrim June 1, 2009

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  • Bienne

    Lake of, a lake in NW Switzerland: traces of prehistoric lake dwellings. 16 sq. mi. (41 sq. km). Historical Examples The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete Jean Jacques Rousseau The Spell of Switzerland Nathan Haskell Dole A History of French Literature Edward Dowden A Manual of the Antiquity of Man J. P. MacLean The […]

  • Biennia

    a period of two years. n.



  • Biennium

    a period of two years. Historical Examples Papers and Proceedings of the Thirty-fourth Annual Meeting of the American Library Association Held at Ottawa, Canada June 26-July 2, 1912 Various n.

  • Biennial

    happening every two years: biennial games. lasting or enduring for two years: a biennial life cycle. Botany. completing its normal term of life in two years, flowering and fruiting the second year, as beets or winter wheat. any event occurring once in two years. Botany. a biennial plant. Contemporary Examples Whitney Museum’s Biennial: A Big […]



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