Petrit Halilaj at a Glance: Revisit Past Works

Kosovo Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale
May 23, 2013 10:12PM

1. Petrit Halilaj, “They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens”, 2008; Aquarium, iron, electricity, motors, feather, aquarium: 60 x 40 x 50 cm; iron leg: 120 x 40 x 100 cm; Unique Installation view, 6th Berlin Biennial for contemporary art, June 2010, Berlin. Photo credits: Copyright and courtesy the artist and Chert, Berlin.

2.  Petrit Halilaj, “They are Lucky to be Bourgeois Hens”, 2008 (detail); Unique Installation view: Art is my Playground, Tershane, Istanbul, 2008; Photo credits: Copyright and courtesy the artist and Chert, Berlin.

3. Petrit Halilaj, “The places I’m looking for, my dear, are utopian places, they are boring and I don’t know how to make them real”, 2010; Wood, iron, various materials, 8 x 11 x 13 m; Unique Installation view: 6th Berlin Biennial for contemporary art, June 2010. Photo credits: Photo by Berlin Biennale 2010 / Uwe Walter; Copyright Berlin Biennale 2010Courtesy the artist and Chert, Berlin.

Kosovo Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale