Exhibitions

Tique shares its selection of interesting exhibitions worldwide.
Exhibitions

Richard Hughes – Subliminal Thaw

‘Subliminal Thaw’ an exhibition by British artist Richard Dean Hughes describes the slippery relationship between the real and hypothetical.
Hughes often revisits and describes…

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Boyle Family – Nothing is more radical than the facts

Luhring Augustine is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Boyle Family, a British collaborative group comprised of Mark Boyle (b. 1934, d. 2005),…

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Manor Grunewald – Slideshow

For the solo exhibition of Manor Grunewald at NO/Gallery an interpretation was made of found images from old Hasselblad booklets found in the Strand Bookstore…

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Nazgol Ansarinia – Pools and Voids

The exhibition presents a new body of work conceived during the last months and shown for the first time. Throughout her career, Ansarinia has addressed…

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Théo Mercier – The Ballad of Disaster

Through a trans-historical journey, by way of a metaphor that takes us from a traditional Mesoamerican sweat lodge to corn flour, Théo Mercier sculpts a…

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Day and Night and Day and … – Jef Geys

Belgian artist Jef Geys built an oeuvre based on an ongoing challenge to art and its definition. His work is firmly anchored in autobiography; it…

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Listening to Voices

The exhibition is part of a research project Eastern Sugar by the artist Ilona Németh, which examines the history of the sugar industry and its…

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Yves Scherer – By Your Side

Yves Scherer’s multifarious language explores the notion of identity, tiptoeing across the porous line between fiction and real life and defying the binaries of…

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November

Beeler Gallery at Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) reopens to the public with November, an immersive lens-based exhibition curated by CCAD alum Heather Taylor…

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The wolf, the princess and the little soldier – Julie Béna

“In the midst of the inescapable lockdown with a child, I decided not to escape or project out, but to do a show for her.…

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Endnote, yellow – Ian Kiaer

For his second solo exhibition at Galerie Barbara Wien, Ian Kiaer brings together several works he has been developing and adjusting over a period of…

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Après – Christian Boltanski

In this show laid out over the two floors of the gallery, Boltanski gives free rein to his interest in a form of total art…

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