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The Prague Biennale is an international art exhibition in Prague, Czech Republic, held in alternate (odd-numbered) years. It was founded in 2003 by Helena Kontova and Giancarlo Politi. It is supported by the Czech Minister of Culture and the City of Prague. The New York Times said of it in 2009: "Now in its fourth iteration, the biennial has a reputation for working on the cheap (the lighting is minimal to nonexistent, meaning viewings have to end by sundown) and for offering the first appearance of emerging artists from Central and Eastern Europe."
The Prague Biennale is a partner organisation of the Biennial Foundation.
The second biennale took place from 26 May to 15 September at the Karlin Hall.
The third biennale took place from 24 May to 16 September at the Karlin Hall.
The fifth biennale took place from 19 May to 11 September at the new venue of Microna.
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