Posts with tag Curator

Exhibitions

Not Vital – IR

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg is dedicating Not Vital’s first institutional solo exhibition in Austria. The extensive monographic show includes 21 sculptures, three expansive installations…

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Why do birds suddenly appear?

Galerie Martin Janda presents the group exhibition Why do birds suddenly appear? featuring seven artists who use cinematic codes to conjure a wide range of…

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Mounir Fatmi – The Song of the Children All Gone

After the Setouchi Triennale in 2016, during which Mounir Fatmi was asked to develop a project connected to the remote Japanese island, he returns this…

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Short Memory

The exhibition Short Memory, curated by Ory Dessau, presents a selection of works by artists whose practice follows, imitates, relates to, and criticizes the operational…

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Sedimentations: Brushing History Against the Grain

This exhibition, curated by Noit Banai, focuses on contemporary artistic practices that give form, voice, and shape to diverse histories by exploring those material, discursive,…

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possibilities on paper

possibilities on paper is a conceptual exhibition, curated by Luisa Schlotterbeck, that does not show works in the classic sense of authorship. The exhibition presents…

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Dabin Ahn – Apocrypha

The experience of viewing Ahn’s work often references the material history of the original object it imitates through various means of perceptual deceit—for example, two-part…

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Lydia Ourahmane – Solar Cry

Lydia Ourahmane is interested in how belief is registered on the body, in the ways it is made material. Even if belief is a mental…

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Lito Kattou – Erratics

The practice of Lito Kattou is predominantly inspired by humanity’s longing for spirituality in a landscape informed by post-humanism and ecological crisis. Translating into an…

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