That same year, she held a series of performances called Seven Easy Pieces at The Guggenheim Museum in New York, which was awarded the prize for 2005-2006 Best Exhibition of Time-Based Art by the United States Art Critics Association.In 2008 she was honored with the Austrian Commander Cross for her contributions to Art History and in September 2009 decorated with the Honorary Doctorate of Arts by the University of Plymouth, UK.NOT ONLY THE TRADITIONAL FUGUE It is a different way of looking at the links with tradition.For me, the analogy to the baroque fugue, though naturally a very remote one and of a peculiar kind, was what underlay the composition of that piece.Concert halls typically also contain orchestral rehearsal rooms.
Since the beginning of her career in Yugoslavia during the early 1970s where she attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Abramovic has pioneered the use of performance as a visual art form.
Particularly in smaller cities with fewer alternative venues, concert halls may also be used to accommodate other activities, from theatrical performances to academic presentations and university graduation ceremonies.
This list does not include other venues such as sports stadia, dramatic theatres or convention centres that may occasionally be used for concerts.
She was awarded the Golden Lion for Best Artist at the 1997 Venice Biennale for her extraordinary video installation/performance piece Balkan Baroque‚ and in 2003 received the Bessie for The House with the Ocean View‚ a 12-day performance at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York.
In 2005, Abramovic presented Balkan Erotic Epic at the Pirelli Foundation in Milan, Italy and at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York.