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BIENNALE VENUES


La Sucrière

Les Docks

49 quai Rambaud, 69002, Lyon

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Built in the 1930s and extended in 1960, La Sucrière is an old sugar factory that was used as a warehouse until the ’90s. It was converted for the 2003 Biennale, becoming its emblematic venue in the heart of the new Confluence district. You enter the 7,000m2 exhibition space through the old silos, thus following the route once taken by inbound shipments of sugar.

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Musée d'art contemporain

Cité Internationale

81 quai Charles de Gaulle, 69006, Lyon

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Just moments from Tête d’Or Park, the Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art – another emblematic venue, designed by Renzo Piano – opened in 1995 on the occasion of the 3rd Biennale. Centrally located in the Cité Internationale complex, it offers 3,000m² of exhibition space spread over three broad levels.

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Fondation Bullukian

26 place Bellecour, 69002, Lyon

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The final achievement of Napoleon Bullukian (1905, Armenia – 1984, Lyon), the Lea and Napoleon Bullukian Foundation was created in 1986 and granted publicutility status in 2003. Today it is continuing its founder’s work, supporting projects in the three fields he held dear: art, science and Armenia.

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L’Usine T.A.S.E.

14 rue du Textile (entrée piéton Bd des Canuts), 69120, Vaulx-en-Velin

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Built in 1924, the T.A.S.E. Factory is an old silk factory listed as industrial heritage.It is now part of the urbanization project of the Carré de la Soie Lyon-Vaulx-en-Velin district. The Factory hosts part of the Biennale, on 1,200 square meters and on surrounding grounds. Together with La Sucrière, T.A.S.E. Factory is the second industrial wasteland to be invested by the...

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