ARTISTS
 
The 90s: the next generation of artists who mix conceptual and political: photography, video, performance, and installation. Astists from Latin America, Eastern Europe, Africa and Aisa, living in their own countries, living in Europe, or the United Sates - exhibitiing at the major biennials. Some of the artists included here bridge the 80s and 90s.
 
Abramovic, Marina
Ackermann, Franz
Ahtila, Eija-Liisa
Akerman, Chantal
Alys, Francis
Ang, Tiong
Apsolutno
Bijl, Marc 
Bock, John
Bonvicini, Monica
Bralia, Pavel
Bruening, Olaf
Bruguera, Tania
Capelan, Carlos 
Cardillo, Rimer
Cardoso, Maria Fernanda
los Carpinteros
Castillo, Monica
Chagoya, Enrique
Chen Zhen
David, Jiri
Dion, Mark
Dittborn, Eugenio
Douglas, Stan
Dubossarsky, Vladimir & Alexander Vinogradov
Eliasson, Olafur
Erkmen, Ayse
Farocki, Harun
Framis, Alicia
Garaicoa, Carlos
Gordon, Douglas
Hajamadi, Fariba
Hatoum, Mona
Hirshhorn, Thomas
Hofer, Candida
Holler, Carsten
Jacir, Emily
Julien, Isaac
Jusidman, Yishai
KCHO (Alexis Leiva Machado)
Kentridge, William
Kopystainsky, Igor
Kopystainsky, Svetlana
Kuri, Gabriel
Lewandowsky, Via
Little Warsaw
Mik, Aernout
Neshat, Shirin
Nicolai, Olaf
Ondak, Roman
Onofre, Joao
Orozco, Gabriel
Orta, Jorge
Oursler, Tony
Penalva, Joao
Perez Bravo, Marta Maria
Perjovschi, Dan
Perjovschi, Lia
Potrc, Marjetca
Rist, Pipilotti
Rondinone, Ugo
Ruff, Thomas
Sacco, Graciela
Sala, Anri
Shonibare, Yinka
Shvily, Efrat
Siden, Ann-Sofi
Sierra, Santiago
Sokov, Leonid
Solakov, Nedko
Sterbak, Jana
Sternfeld, Joel
Tan, Fiona
Tiravanija, Rirkrit
TONEL (Antonio Eligio Fernandez)
Trockel, Rosemarie
Tunga
Turk, Gavin
Tyson, Keith
Alexander Vinogradov & Dubossarsky, Vladimir
Wallinger, Mark
Zittel, Andrea