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CONTENTS 1 GOZO CONTEMPORARY 2 ABOUT GOZO AND MALTA 3 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS


gozocontemporary norbert francis attard GOZO Contemporary was founded by Norbert Francis Attard, a contemporary artist from the Island of Malta who trained as an architect before focusing on a diverse art practice that incorporates architecture, sculpture, photography, video and installation. He has exhibited internationally including representing Malta at the 48th Venice Biennale in 1999. Attard often works with physical sites, drawing on a broad range of interests from religion to science to explore the relationship between nature and technology, mankind and the environment. Norbert Francis Attard is now based in Gozo, a short 30-minute ferry ride from Malta. He runs Gozo Contemporary, an international artist residency and exchange programme.

PHOTO: CARLOS CORONAS 2009


gozocontemporary self-directed artist-in-residency

opportunities GOZO Contemporary is a contemporary art space where artists have the opportunity of working and producing their works of art during their short stay on the island of Gozo. Self-directed creative residencies provide time, space and facilities for experimentation and production of artworks and for the development of ideas in visual art, video and interactive media. There are no formal activities organised around a self-directed creative residency. With no constraints, artists are at liberty to structure their own time. These residencies are intended as professional development opportunities for contemporary artists. Work on collaborative projects or interdisciplinary activity is particularly encouraged. The artists are required to create their works during this short time and a showing of the works produced will be exhibited and made available (according to the artist’s wishes) to an invited public at the end of the stay. Whilst all mediums are permissible, Installation, Performance, Literature, Music and the showing of Videos are particularly encouraged. Collaborations between artists are also encouraged.


conditions Accommodation at Tal-Mirakli Apartment Complex in a fully equipped self-catering apartment will be provided at a reduced charge (see page on full rates ). The apartments are adjacent and directly linked to the Main Studio. Rates to individual artists are fixed at â‚Ź25.00 during high or low season. Full rates will apply to institutions and organizations. The use of the main studio space will be made available to the artist during his or her stay and all existing facilities on the premises, such as tools and machinery will also be made available free of charge. Flights to and from Malta, food and the cost of materials for the work are to be provided and paid for by the artist. Guests of the artist are welcome but a charge of â‚Ź 25 per person per night will be charged during the low and high season. All art works produced during the residency, belong to the artist. Works can be exported, if need be, out of Malta, but all arrangements needed to transport the works is the full responsibility of the artist. If any works are left behind, after the residency has been terminated, the works will become the property of GOZOcontemporary who will have the right to dispose of them in any way. Artists must donate at least one work from the body of work they produce during their stay. The given work will become part of the collection of GOZO Contemporary.

criteria Priority will be given to professional visual and media artists from Malta and abroad. Artistic merit is the basis for selections. Proposals for self-directed creative residencies must be compatible with available studio space, facilities and resources.


gozocontemporary application requirements

application requirements 1. A full resume and/or other related biographical information. 2. Preferred and alternate dates for residency. 3. Slides, photos, CD’s, DVD’s and/or other documentation of work produced in the last three years. 4. An artist statement. 5. A description of the proposed work during residency. 6. A detailed resource request outlining projected needs for facility/equipment use.

Final acceptance to this residency is at the discretion of Norbert Francis Attard. In some instances, artists are invited to participate without submitting an application. Non-Maltese must have medical insurance. Application materials, including your residency proposal, will not be returned to applicants. These documents, even those who are not attending, will be archived in our library.


gozocontemporary studio

The studio comprises of approximately 300 sq.m of working / exhibition space. It includes a 3m x 2m back-projection screen, one video projector and two video monitors with DVD players. The studio also includes a reading area / meeting place for artists This area is also equipped with one PC computer with internet access for the artist’s or visitor’s use. Wireless internet is also provided for those who bring their own laptops. A small kitchenette with fridge and rest room with shower is adjacent to the reading area.

The studio is turned into a home cinema so that films can be projected onto the wall. It is therefore also a multi-functional space becoming a focal point where all the residents meet to work and hold discussions.


gozocontemporary studio

GENERAL PLAN OF MAIN STUDIO


gozocontemporary library


The library includes a large selection of books about Art, Architecture, Music, Religion, etc but the collection mainly concentrates on contemporary art. The library also includes a video projector for projecting films during the evening. The room also includes a TV and DVD player.


gozocontemporary accomodation at tal-mirakli apartments


gozocontemporary full rates (see p.5 for rates of artists-on-residence)

TAL–MIRAKLI

APARTMENT COMPLEX

11, MONGUR STREET, GHARB, GRB 1435, GOZO. TEL: 00356 21560016, FAX: 00356 21559098, MOBILE: 00356 79070124

HIGH SEASON RATES

1st May until 31st September

1.

One bed roomed apartment, sleeping two persons.

€ 68.00 per night.

2.

Two bed roomed apartment, sleeping, four persons.

€ 136.00 per night.

3.

Three bed roomed apartment, sleeping six persons.

€ 204.00 per night.

L O W S E A S O N R A T E S 1st October until 31st April 1.

One bed roomed apartment, sleeping two persons.

€ 50.00 per night.

2.

Two bed roomed apartment, sleeping, four persons.

€ 100.00 per night.

3.

Three bed roomed apartment, sleeping six persons.

€ 150.00 per night.

Christmas and Easter period is considered high season

Visit our web site: www.gozoholiday.com Contact Marisa Vella: 21560016 or 79070124


gozocontemporary office

The office is equipped with an Apple G5 Mac workstation with dual monitors. The system is attached to a Kyocera Mita laser printer, Epson Sylus Photo 2100 inkjet printer, Epson Perfection 4870 Photo scanner and Nikon Super coolscan 8000. The workstation contains various packages for desktop publishing, photo manipulation and may also be used as a video editing system. The following equipment is also connected: Sony PVM-20M4E Preview monitor, Panasonic NV-DV200 DV deck, Panasonic Super VHS deck and Philips DVD player.


gozocontemporary contact details

gozocontemporary Director: Norbert Francis Attard 11, Mongur Street, Gharb, GRB 1435, Gozo, MALTA. Tel:

±00356 21560016

Fax:

±00356 21559098

Mobile: ±00356 79041051 E-mail: norbert@norbertattard.com Website: www.norbertattard.com


gozocontemporary information about malta and gozo

Malta, officially the Republic of Malta, is a small and densely populated island nation comprising an archipelago of three main islands in the Mediterranean Sea: Malta, Gozo and Comino. A country of Southern Europe, Malta lies south of Sicily, east of Tunisia, and north of Libya. The country’s official languages are Maltese and English. Roman Catholicism is the most practised religion. The islands constituting the Maltese nation have been ruled by various powers and fought over for centuries. Malta has been a member state of the European Union (EU) since 2004 and it is currently the smallest EU country both in population and in area.

Malta’s strategic setting at the crossroads of the Mediterranean shipping lanes has always played a crucial role in the island’s history. Over the centuries the great Mediterranean powers have fought to dominate the islands, each new arrival leaving its legacy. What you see today is a complex amalgam of ethnic influences. The Arabs introduced citrus trees and the flat-topped houses, and they laid the foundations for the Maltese language. The Aragonese, from central Spain, left their mark in the medieval architecture of Malta’s historic town centers and the enclosed wooden balconies which typify the splendid town houses.

http://www.maltairport.com http://gozonews.com http://www.gozochannel.com http://www.gozo.gov.mt http://www.atp.com.mt http://www.islandofgozo.org http://www.visitmalta.com USEFUL LINKS


gozocontemporary map and location of malta

Malta lies in the central Mediterranean Sea, 93 km (58 mi) south of Sicily and 290 km (180 mi) from the nearest point of the North African mainland. There are three main islands—Malta, Gozo to the NW, and Comino between them—as well as two small uninhabited islands, Cominotto and Filfla. Extending for 45 km (28 mi) SE-NW and 13 km (8 mi) NE-SW, Malta’s total area is 316 sq km (122 sq mi)—Malta, 245.7 sq km (94.9 sq mi); Gozo, 67.1 sq km (25.9 sq mi); Comino, 2.8 sq km (1.1 sq mi). Comparatively, the area occupied by Malta is slightly less than twice the size of Washington, D.C. The total coastline is 252.81 km (157 mi). Malta’s capital city, Valletta, is located on the east coast of the island of Malta.

MALTA & GOZO


gozocontemporary culture of malta

Architecture Under the 268-year rule of the Knights of St John, Malta blossomed into a major cultural center. The buildings they put up touched on almost every sphere of human activity, from water distribution to heavy fortifications. By the time the British arrived at the start of the forefront of European culture in terms of its architecture. In turn the British developed the island, for both military and commercial purposes. The words which come most readily to mind in characterizing Maltese architecture are religion, defence and limestone. The Maltese prehistoric temples, particularly, the temples of Mnajdra and Hagar Qim were built around 3500 BC. The architecture of these Temples is beautiful and inspiring, their scale impressive yet human. These magnificent free-standing stone structures are older than both Stonehedge in England and The Pyramids in Egypt. Mnajdra Temples fulfilled astronomical observations and is one of the earliest calendars which demonstrates not only the Spring and Autumn Equinoxes but also the Summer and Winter Solstice. While Neolithic people left their marks in the mighty temples to their gods, while the long, continuous Christian tradition has given rise to huge and ever-more splendid edifices to the glory of God. The Island’s defences are equally eloquent, as can be seen in the siting of Arab Mdina or the fortifications of Aragonese Birgù (now Vittoriosa) or in the obsessive and interminable military building of the Knights. Malta is above all a fortress and the mighty defensive system, shoring up Valetta, Floriana and the Three Cities, is one of the greatest exhibition architecture to be seen anywhere in the world. The great architectural tool of all these builders was, and remains, the abundant honey-coloured globigerina limestone, easily cut and pleasingly mellow to the eye. Religion Malta’s long Christian tradition dates from AD60 when St Paul was shipwrecked on the island. In spite of Islamic and other cultural influences, Catholicism has always been a dominant force in Maltese life, influencing social, political and even economic issues. Around 87 per cent of Maltese are regular churchgoers-a higher percentage than in any other country in Europe. The village ‘Festa’, celebrating the local patron saint, plays an essential role in cementing community spirit and there is intense rivalry between the different parishes who compete to mount the most spectacular parades and fireworks displays. Further evidence of religious conviction is the abundance of street-corner shrines, from the finely carved to the crude and garishly coloured. Even some of the old-fashioned buses have a little shrine inside and a conspicuous ‘Jesus loves me’ sticker beneath. The churches of Malta and Gozo are primarily baroque in style. The great architect of the 16th century was Geralamo Cassar (1526-86) who designed St John’s Co-Cathedral in addition to the Knights’ auberges, the fortifications and several others churches in Valetta. The 17th century saw the rise of another great Maltese architect, Lorenzo Gafà, whose work is best seen in the parish churches and cathedrals of Mdina and Gozo. Splendid domes are a hallmark of Maltese churches, their huge dimensions dwarfing the surrounding village houses. The interiors are grandiose, characterised by gilded arcades and ceiling, intricately ornate altars and canopies. Walls and vaults are covered in paintings and frescos, the principal exponent being the Italian master Mattia Preti, who decorated St John’s Co-Cathedral and numerous other churches throughout Malta.


gozocontemporary malta

MDINA CATHEDRAL

WOODEN BALCONIES IN VALLETTA.

AERIAL VIEW OF MNAJDAR TEMPLES

GRAND HARBOUR


gozocontemporary gozo

LANDSCAPE AROUND GHARB, GOZO.

Gozo Contemporary aims at introducing artists and organizations to the island of Gozo - a unique and creative environment that has inspired artists for more than 7000 years. Gozo Contemporary’s mission is to develop Gozo as a meeting place for creative people from around the globe for both Maltese and international artists. This multi-functional space will host contemporary artists by providing a working and living space for the artists in residence. The island of Gozo is part of the Maltese archipelago. Gozo is 67 sq.km in size, which is approximately the same size as Hong Kong Island and has a population of about 32,000. Gozo Contemporary is situated in Gharb, a quaint village located at the westernmost point on the island.

TA’ PINU CHURCH, GHARB, GOZO.


gozocontemporary gozo CITADELLA, GOZO.

MGARR HARBOUR, GOZO.

SALTPANS, MARSALFORN, GOZO.


gozocontemporary places to visit in gozo

The Citadel: Victoria The Citadel also known as “Gran Castello” built in the 15th century by the Knights provided refuge and defence against the numerous attacks by the Turks and Corsairs during that time. It was built at a most important strategic point on a hill in the centre of the island offering a magnificent view - the construction of the Citadel reminds one of the old capital Mdina in Malta. Its bastions still shelter some very impressive historic buildings. Extensive restoration work is currently in hand on these ancient buildings. The Cathedral in the Citadel designed by Lorenzo Gafa’ was built between 1697 and 1711. An interesting feature of this building is that, at the time it was constructed, money was short and would not run to a dome. This lack was brilliantly overcome by the Italian painter Antonio Manuele who produced a magnificent Trompe l’Oeil, whereby he created a wonderful impression that the flat roof was in fact a dome. Significant of the valiant position of the Church in those days are the two ancient cannons at the foot of the Cathedral steps. Cathedral Museum The Cathedral Museum houses many sacred vestments and silver and gold items used for sacred services. There are also a number of well-known paintings including those of Giuseppe Hyzler, Michele Busetti and Tommaso Medion. Archaeological Museum Situated in the famous Palazzo Bondi this museum contains objects from various periods in the cultural history of the island. Natural History Museum. This small museum has a collection of zoological development of life and its various species on our planet with reflection to the special situation of the Maltese islands. The geological development and structure of the Maltese archipelago is demonstrated in an impressive manner. Folklore Museum Many ancient and modern tools and items of everyday Gozitan life are shown and explained with emphasis on the special handicraft of the island. Victoria (Rabat) The old name Rabat means simply the city. On the occasion of the jubilee of queen Victoria in 1897 the official name was changed in Her Majesty’s honour. The town is picturesque. To stroll along the streets and look at the colourful shops and above all to see the market “IT-TOKK” is alone worth the trip to Gozo. St. George’s Church built between 1672 -1678 is very interesting to visit. The paintings in the dome are the works of Battista Conti of Rome. Other paintings are by Giuseppe Cali’ Stefano Erardi and Mattia Preti. The richly decorated statue of Saint George is remarkable; it was carved by Paolo Azzopardi in the year 1841. The area surrounding the Church itself is impregnated with history showing objects and indications of former cultures and settlements dating back to the Roman days. Ggantija The Megalithic Temples of Ggantija situated close to Xaghra provide an outstanding example of the pre-historic monuments which are to be found on the Maltese archipelago. According to the latest analysis they were built 3,5û0 to 4,000 years before the birth of Christ. The gigantic rocks must be several tons in weight, those of the outer wall reaching as high as six metres.lt is still a mystery how the people of those days were able to move them with the primitive tools of the period. According to an old myth a female giant called “Sunsuna” carried the rocks on her head from Ta’ Cenc. Some scientists assume that there might be an underground temple below Ggantija similar to the Hypogeum at Hal Saflieni, a hypothesis which has not yet been verified. Apart from Ggantija there are other interesting testimonies from the prehistoric times of Malta, for example: the “Menhir” of Qala, Santa Verna, a smaller Temple also close to Xaghra, and the Temples tal-qighan and ta’ Marziena. In addition, as in Malta, here in Gozo close to Ta’ Cenc what are thought to be cart-tracks can be seen. Their origin has still to be established. Ninu’s Cave and Xerri’s Cave At Xaghra there are two very interesting caves (Potholes) with stalactitic and stalagmitic formations discovered respectively in 1888 and 1923 in two private houses close to the Parish Church.


gozocontemporary gozo

GGANTIJA TEMPLES, 3000BC, GOZO.

CITADEL OF GOZO


STONE QUARRY IN GOZO


PARISH CHURCH, GHARB, GOZO.


gozocontemporary gozo

LANSCAPE DURING SPRING

AZURE WINDOW, DWEJA, GOZO.


gozocontemporary places to visit in gozo Calypso’s Cave This cave known worldwide as Calypso’s Cave is situated close to Xaghra. Some are convinced that Gozo is the island of Ogygia, described in Homer’s famous poem ‘The Odyssey’ on which the beautiful nymph Calypso kept Odysseus as a ‘prisoner of love’ for seven long years. Calypso promised immortality to Odysseus if he would stay with her, but Odysseus rejected her and escaped to his faithful wife Penelope.Although the cave’s interior and exterior are not too impressive, there is nevertheless a feeling of excitement for any visitor to stand on possibly one of the oldest and most famous historic spots in the world. In addition one has a magnificent view of the sea and the sandy beach of Ramla l-Hamra bay far below, which is Gozo’s finest bathing beach.From the cave - less than thirty metres from the shore-the careful watcher can glimpse the remains of an underwater fortification, a wall built by the Knights in the mid-18th century. It was built to stop invading boats on a line in the range of two huge fugasses. These fugasses were nothing other than stone mortars, big holes in the rocky shore filled with gunpowder and stones. However they were carefully constructed in a way that their deadly load, in case of ignition would fall on boats which approached the underwater wall. Fungus Rock Close to Dwejra point, in the Southwest of Gozo, one can admire the famous Fungus Rock, popularly known as “Il-Gebla tal-General” (The General’s Rock). It is here that the famous “Fungus Gaulitanus” grew, a very rare plant which the Knights believed to possess strong healing powers. This rare and precious plant sometimes presented as a valuable gift to distinguished noblemen - was, for centuries kept under constant guard and any actual, or potential, thief was instantly put to death. Due to the height of the Fungus Rock it was almost unreachable from the sea, therefore the Knights constructed a hoist resembling a funicular, on the watch tower. This tower known as “Qawra Tower” can still be seen. Inland Sea Close to the “Fungus Rock” is another phenomenon; the Inland Sea. The so-called Inland Sea can be reached through a natural “tunnel” It offers ideal bathing conditions, fresh sea water and is warmer than the open sea. Even when the latter is rough, the Inland Sea is calm and inviting. On a calm day one can go back and forth through the cave channel in a fishing boat .The cave system as well as the coast around the inland sea and the Fungus Rock is a paradise for divers. On the land the soil shows myriads of prehistoric shells and the remains of other marine animals, which make this area a rich source of information for people interested in history and geology. The oldest salt pans of Gozo are to be found here. Azure Window The Azure Window created by sea-breakers over a period of thousands of years is the third marvel to be found at Dwejra point. On the top of two giant columns of rock each with a diameter of approximately 40 metres, rests a huge ledge of rock of about 100 metres in length and 20 metres in height forming a giant door or window through which one can see the azure blue waters beyond. For centuries the Gozitans have known this rock as “It-Tieqa” i.e. the “Window” Grima Maritime Musuem Gozo’s unique maritime museum is a private collection of Michael Grima, who donated his collection to the Nadur Parish church. The museum is situated near the Nadur Parish Church. Marsalforn This fishing village on the north coast has developed over the years into Gozo’s most popular seaside resort. Xlendi This land-locked sandy and pebbly beach, tucked away in the south under towering cliffs, has a character all its own. The Gozo Heritage In a fascinating old building a mixture of museum and good entertainment introduces the visitor, in an easy fashion, the way back to 7,000 years of the history of Gozo. Lifesize sculptures set in period environments animated by the latest electronic techniques give the visitor a ringside view of the chequered historical saga of Gozo.Starting at the beginning of time the visitor is transported to the present day, making stops within all the eventful periods of Gozo’s history. During this journey through time one becomes familiar with the numerous colourful personalities who have contributed to the Island’s rich history and folklore.The Gozo heritage is situated on the main road between Mgarr Harbour and Victoria.


gozocontemporary gozo ferry & airport shuttle bus

The shuttle bus service provides an express service between Malta International Airport and the ferry terminal at Cirkewwa. The cost of the shuttle service is â‚Ź4.01 for each one-way trip including the transportation of luggage. Tickets can be purchased upon boarding the bus or seats may be prebooked by contacting Gozo Channel on 22109001 or by sending an email to busservice@gozochannel.com


gozocontemporary malta international airport

malta international airport (IATA: MLA, ICAO: LMML) is the only airport in Malta, and it serves the whole Maltese Archipelago.

airline and destinations Air Berlin (Nuremberg) Air Malta (Amsterdam, Athens, Benghazi, Berlin-Tegel, Birmingham, Brussels, Budapest, Casablanca, Catania,

D端sseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow-International, Hamburg, Istanbul-Atat端rk, Lanaca, Leipzig/Halle, LondonGatwick, London-Heathrow, Lyons, Manchester, Marseilles, Milan-Malpensa, Moscow-Domodedovo, Moscow-

Sheremetyevo, Munich, Palermo, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly, Prague, Reggio Calabria, Rome-Fiumicino, Sofia, Stuttgart, Tel Aviv, Toulouse, Tripoli, Tunis, Verona, Vienna, Z端rich) Alitalia (Rome-Fiumicino)

Austrian Airlines (Vienna)

British Airways (London-Gatwick) Clickair (Barcelona, Valencia)

easyJet (London-Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle) EgyptAir Express (Cairo)

Emirates (Dubai, Larnaca) Finnair (Helsinki)

Jat Airways (Belgrade, Tripoli) Jetairfly (Brussels)

Jettime (Billund, Copenhagen) Libyan Arab Airlines (Tripoli) Lufthansa (Frankfurt)

Luxair (Catania, Luxembourg) Primera Air (Dublin)

Ryanair (Bari, Bristol, Dublin, Edinburgh, Girona, London-Luton, Pisa, Stockholm-Skavsta, Trapani, Venice-Treviso)

Scandinavian Airlines System (Stockholm-Arlanda) Sevenair (Monastir, Tunis)

Thomas Cook Airlines (Birmingham [seasonal],

East Midlands [seasonal], Glasgow-International [seasonal], London-Gatwick [seasonal], Manchester)

Thomson Airways (Birmingham, London-Gatwick, Manchester) transavia.com (Amsterdam [seasonal]) Turkish Airlines (Istanbul-Atat端rk) vueling (Madrid)


gozocontemporary artists


gozocontemporary participating artists

David Anthony Burke Video Artist, U.S.A. 2001. Marta Violette Kot Installation Artist, U.S.A., 2001. Marlene Ivey Installation Artist, Canada, 2002. Richard Carr Design Historian, Scotland, 2002. Doug Cocker Sculpture, Scotland, 2002. Mark Mangion Video Artist, Malta, 2002 / 2003. Genie Portzesky Lee Painter, England, 2003. Sumer Erek Installation Artist, Turkish Cypriot based in London, UK., 2003. Ian Boddy Electronic Music Composer, England, 2003. John Fuller Furniture Designer, Australia, 2004. Rebecca Ross Installation Artist and Painter, Australia, 2004. Tsai Chih-Fen Sculpture, Taiwan, 2006. Myriam Thyes Video Artist, Germany, 2006. Sylvia Marie Majewska Installation Artist and Painter, U.S.A., 2006. Claudio Fiorentini Author and Poet, Italy, 2006. Maria Kotzur Painter, Germany, 2006. Maria Rebecca Ballestra Installation Artist, Italy, 2006. Patrick Fenech Photographer, Malta, 2007. Vivan Storlund Researcher, Finland, 2007. Uma Krisnaswarmy Illustrator of books, India, 2007. Robyn Flemming Book Editor, Australia, 2007. Joe Smith Photographer, Malta, 2007. Colin Booth Painter, U.K., 2007. Naveed Nour Photographer, U.S.A., 2007. Joao O Bruno Soares Architect and multi-media artist, Macao / Portugal, 2008. Minako Saitoh Installation Artist, Japan, 2009. Zsuzsanna Ardo Photographer, curator and writer, London, England, 2009. Bahman Panahi Musician and Calligrapher, Iranian based in Paris, 2009. Helga Grffiths Installation Artist, Germany, 2009. Kathleen Bitetti Installation Artist and Activist, U.S.A., 2009. Silvia Poloto Painter, Brazilian based in San Francisco, U.S.A., 2009. Janice Shales Lecturer / University of Kent, 2009. Mary Sherman USA , multi-media artist, director of TransCultural Exchange, Boston. 2009. Carlos Coronas Installation artist using light, Aviles, Spain, 2009. Dirk Drijbooms Belgian, director of Apothiki Foundation for Contemporary Art, Paros, Greece, 2009. Ana Becheru Architectural student, Romanian, 2009.


gozocontemporary tsai chih-fen

TSAI CHIH-FEN, TAIWAN, 2006


gozocontemporary maria rebecca ballestra

MARIA REBECCA BALLESTRA, ITALY, 2006.


gozocontemporary patrick fenech

PATRICK FENECH, MALTA, 2007.


gozocontemporary maria kotzur


gozocontemporary doug cocker

DOUG COCKER, SCOTLAND, 2002.


MARLENE IVEY, CANADA, 2002.


gozocontemporary marlene ivey


gozocontemporary maria rebecca ballestra & norbert francis attard


MARIA REBECCA BALLESTRA (ITALY) IN COLLABORATION WITH NORBERT FRANCIS ATTARD 2006.


gozocontemporary uma krishnaswarmy

UMA KRISHNASWARMY, INDIA, 2007.


gozocontemporary rebecca ross

REBECCA ROSS, AUSTRALIA, 2004.


gozocontemporary sylvia marie majewska

SYLVIA MARIE MAJEWSKA, U.S.A., 2006.


gozocontemporary colin booth

COLIN BOOTH, ENGLAND, 2007.


gozocontemporary genie portzesky lee

GENIE PORTZESKY LEE, ENGLAND, 2003.


gozocontemporary tsai chih-fen

TSAI CHIH-FEN, TAIWAN, 2006


gozocontemporary john fuller & norbert francis attard

JOHN FULLER (AUSTRALIA) IN COLLABORATION WITH NORBERT FRANCIS ATTARD 2004.


gozocontemporary ian boddy & norbert francis attard

IAN BODDY (ENGLAND) IN COLLABORATION WITH NORBERT FRANCIS ATTARD, 2003.


gozocontemporary mark mangion

MARK MANGION (MALTA) IN COLLABOARTION WITH NORBERT FRANCIS ATTARD, 2002/2003.


gozocontemporary myriam thyes

MYRIAM THYES, GERMANY, 2006.


gozocontemporary robyn flemming - vivan storlund - claudio fi

ROBYN FLEMMING, AUSTRALIA, 2007.

RICHARD CARR, SCOTLAND, 2002.

VIVAN STORLUND, FINLAND, 2007.

CLAUDIO FIORENTINI, ITALY, 2006.


fiorentini - richard carr - dirk drijbooms - mary sherman

DIRK DRIJBOOMS, BELGIAN, 2009.

MARY SHERMAN, USA, 2009.


gozocontemporary joao o bruno soares

JOAO O BRUNO SOARES, PORTUGAL / MACAO, 2008..


gozocontemporary naveed nour


NAVEED NOUR, IRAN / USA, 2007.


gozocontemporary sumer erek & norbert francis attard

SUMER EREK (TURKISH CYPRIOT) IN COLLABOARTION WITH NORBERT FRANCIS ATTARD, 2003.


gozocontemporary joe smith

JOE SMITH, MALTA, 2007.


gozocontemporary joao o bruno soares & norbert francis attard

JOAO O BRUNO SOARES (PORTUGAL/MACAO) IN COLLABORATION WITH NORBERT FRANCIS ATTARD, 2008.


gozocontemporary bahman panahi


gozocontemporary kathleen bitetti


gozocontemporary janice shales


gozocontemporary janice shales


gozocontemporary helga griffiths


gozocontemporary carlos corona


gozocontemporary silvia poloto


gozocontemporary ana becheru


gozocontemporary Director: Norbert Francis Attard 11, Mongur Street, Gharb, GRB 1435, Gozo, MALTA. Tel:

±00356 21560016

Fax:

±00356 21559098

Mobile: ±00356 79041051 E-mail: norbert@norbertattard.com Website: www.norbertattard.com

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