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Tique features the work of inspiring artists.
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Hou Chien Cheng

The work of Hou Chien Cheng (b. 1981, Taiwan) focuses on autobiography; on both visual practice and theoretical research. A sort of personal mythology or, some…

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Exhibitions

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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Marina Gadonneix – Playground Disorder

The work title, Playground Disorder, suggests a playful handling of places and describes an order, which, whatever order it may have been, is brought…

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Johan Rosenmunthe – Off II

Through digital communications, including Facebook, Twitter, online dating and personal websites, the representation of our personalities in becoming increasingly streamlined. We have the opportunity to…

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Gabriela Bulisova – The Option of Last Resort: Iraqi Refugees in the United States

One of the least reported stories of the U.S. invasion of Iraq is the dispersal of close to 5,000,000 Iraqis displaced internally or forced to…

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Manuel Vazquez – Traces of a Lonely Crowd

In a society like ours, full of prying eyes, anyone can become both spectator and actor in the quotidian spectacle. With CCTV cameras scattered in…

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Cara Phillips – Singular Beauty

In 1907, Charles Miller wrote the first medical text on ‘beauty surgery’. The book provided instructions to combat the signs of aging, including a procedure…

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Pinar Yolaçan – Mother Goddess

The work of the Turkish artist, Pinar Yolaçan, is at the crossroads of fashion, photography and sculpture. Her Mother Goddess series presents women entirely swathed…

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Andy Freeberg – Guardians of Russian Art

In the art museums of Russia, women sit in the galleries and guard the collections. When you look at the paintings and sculptures, the presence…

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Christophe Agou – Les faits secondaires

Les faits secondaires takes us on a journey about and around the journey, around the moment, the continuous stream of moments, around the experience. With…

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Petros Efstathiadis

Fantasy, freedom and ingenuity are the characteristics that mark the work of the Greek photographer, Petros Efstathiadis. His images are comprised of photographed constructies or…

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Stefania Gurdowa

From 1921 until 1937, Stefania Gurdowa (1888-1968) ran her own photography studio in Dębica, Poland. In those days, it was by no means self-evident for…

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