Tique shares its selection of interesting exhibitions worldwide.


In the distant background, the digital present: interconnectedness of objects, increasingly autonomous things, machines generating images for machines—the human... Read more

Claudio Parmiggiani

For the past 40 years, Parmiggiani has concentrated his practice on themes of memory, absence and silence, in his... Read more

Arcadian Feedback

M 2 3 presents Arcadian Feedback – an exhibition of new work by Jeenho Seo, Kevin Hernández Rosa, Sae... Read more

Impatience of the Future

Impatience of the Future is a collaborative project between Zeller van Almsick and Shore Gallery, revolving around the format... Read more

Listening to Voices

The exhibition is part of a research project Eastern Sugar by the artist Ilona Németh, which examines the history... Read more


Beeler Gallery at Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) reopens to the public with November, an immersive lens-based exhibition... Read more

Nick Doyle – Nowhere

Stems Gallery is pleased to announce “Nowhere”, an exhibition of new sculptures by the Brooklyn–based artist Nick Doyle. Nick... Read more

Not Vital – IR

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg is dedicating Not Vital’s first institutional solo exhibition in Austria. The extensive monographic show... Read more

Paranoia Strikes Deep

The Group Show Paranoia Strikes Deep combines works by artists Talia Chertrit, Andy Hope 1930, JPW3, Henning Strassburger, Alexandra... Read more

Andrew Grassie – Still Frame

Entitled ‘Still Frame’ the exhibition includes 24 new paintings. Both title and number of paintings obliquely acknowledge the conceptual affinity to... Read more

Short Memory

The exhibition Short Memory, curated by Ory Dessau, presents a selection of works by artists whose practice follows, imitates,... Read more

Kaz Oshiro: 96375

Nonaka-Hill is pleased to present “Kaz Oshiro: 96375”, featuring selected works from 2003 to 2020. Read more

possibilities on paper

possibilities on paper is a conceptual exhibition, curated by Luisa Schlotterbeck, that does not show works in the classic... Read more

Larry W. Cook – Fatherhood

Larry W. Cook’s socially critical work includes photography, video, and conceptual art. It examines African American identity, racial relations,... Read more

Secondo Tempo

Secondo Tempo (Second Half) represents hope, an opportunity for redemption, but at the same time the beginning of the... Read more

Dabin Ahn – Apocrypha

The experience of viewing Ahn’s work often references the material history of the original object it imitates through various... Read more

Seven Artists / Seven Works

The exhibition includes recent work by artists Sean Donovan, Vladislav Markov, Connor McNicholas, Jonathan Mildenberg, Bat-Ami Rivlin, R. Blair... Read more

Lito Kattou – Erratics

The practice of Lito Kattou is predominantly inspired by humanity’s longing for spirituality in a landscape informed by post-humanism... Read more


A museum of the present must always be a different one. In a time of constant change and the... Read more

Troika – Glitches

Incorporating various methods of, and allusions to ‘separation’, the works by Troika collectively investigate the deviation from a singular... Read more

The 14th Factory

“As civilizations have risen and fallen, are we now at the brink of collapse or the start of a... Read more

moving is in every direction

The exhibition “moving is in every direction. Environments – Installations – Narrative Spaces” traces the history of installation art... Read more

Forms of Action

Forms of Action will explore current international developments in socially engaged art practices, looking at both form and content.... Read more

So far, so real

So far, so real is an exhibition with works by Van Eyck participants Radna Rumping, Daan Gielis and Damon... Read more

James Hoff

In Like Insects Smacking Themselves Senseless Against a Screen at Night to Get to the Light Inside – a... Read more


ATLAS combines the works of five artists working with and thinking about photography and visual culture: Oliver Leu, Katrin... Read more

The Radical Eye

Art academic and practising photographer dr. Nick Haeffner shares his personal point of view on Tate Modern’s latest blockbuster... Read more

Dog Day Cabinet 2

The exhibition Dog Day Cabinet 2 at the Brussels art platform Le Clignoteur concentrates on how nature and culture... Read more

Otani Nieuwenhuize at POST

Japanese photographer Shinji Otani and Dutch photographer Johan Nieuwenhuize recognise a similar state of mind in each other’s work.... Read more


NowBelgiumNow aims to bring together young artists from Flanders and Wallonia every five years in an inspiring exhibition. Read more

Köler Prize 2016

The Köler Prize is an art award established in 2011 by the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM). The nominees... Read more

Loris Gréaud – Sculpt

Sculpt by Loris Gréaud is a social science fiction movie that depicts unprecedented shapes and experiences, along with obsessions... Read more

Reset Modernity!

Throughout six different procedures, visitors will have the opportunity to experiment with “resetting modernity”. The exhibition is closely linked... Read more

The Asymmetry of Maps

Whether geopolitical, economic or cultural, the border crosses the entire contemporary society. For the artists in this exhibition, it... Read more

Edith Dekyndt at Wiels

For her first major retrospective, the Belgian artist Edith Dekyndt has created new works and has brought existing ones... Read more

Ola Vasiljeva at Vleeshal

The exhibition ‘En Rachâchant’ by Ola Vasiljeva borrows its title from a short film by Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet... Read more

Jan Fabre at M HKA

Stigmata presents an overview of the performances of Jan Fabre in an entirely unique manner. The exhibitional approach is... Read more