Exhibitions

Tique shares its selection of interesting exhibitions worldwide.
Exhibitions

Matthew Barney – Facility of DECLINE

In a presentation that mirrors the original moment, but does not replicate it, Matthew Barney’s works transform complex personal and historical narratives into sculptural objects,…

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Liz Magor – The Blue One Comes in Black

Liz Magor draws her ideas from beliefs, reactions, and human behavior, especially when they have something to do with the material world. She is interested…

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Dries Segers / Matthias Yzebaert: temp.

What does an image inherently disclose about its own path of coming into being upon a first (or second, third…) glance? In the case of…

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Bert Danckaert – Horizon

Horizon is a series of images by Bert Danckaert that play ironically with the aura of painting and pure photography. Shot between 2013 and 2016 in nine…

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NowBelgiumNow

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

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Petunia feat. Caroline Mesquita: Pink Everywhere

For her first solo show in a German institution French artist Caroline Mesquita transformed the Kunstverein Langenhagen into an immersive metal environment.

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Kasper Bosmans – Decorations

An intuitive researcher and playful gatherer of material, Kasper Bosmans (1990, BE) collects and transposes into his work formal elements and anthropological principles intrinsic to…

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Ulrik Heltoft & Ebbe Stub Wittrup – Clear Water on Both Sides of the Glass

The exhibition Clear Water on Both Sides of the Glass marks the encounter of both artists’ works, which despite individual practices meet in common points…

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Michel Houellebecq – Rester vivant

Rester vivant is an exhibition by poet, essayist, novelist and filmmaker Michel Houellebecq at Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Houellebecq has always had close ties with…

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Peter Puklus – The epic love story of a warrior

Peter Puklus is among a generation of artists for whom photography isn’t taken as a straight­for­ward medium. Instead, it is a tool bogged down by a trail of cul­tural, artistic,…

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Katja Novitskova – Dawn Mission

In her first major institutional solo exhibition, Katja Novitskova creates a speculative space at the threshold of what is made perceivable in the world today,…

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Matthias Neuenhofer – _turbulenz

In his abstract video installations, German artist Matthias Neuenhofer explores what forms the chaotic coincidental movements of a spatio-temporal disorder can generate.

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