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The exhibition coproduced by Artium, Vitoria, and the MoCAB, explores the so-called invisible violence as it is discernible in everyday ordinary life.
“Forms of Distancing. Representative Politics and the Politics of Representation” focuses on the concept of distancing by exploring the leitmotif of this year’s steirischer herbst festival.
With the project Outer Green at the All-Russian Exhibition Center, Urban Fauna Lab continue its investigation into the social status of animals and plants and their role in history.
Curated by Hans-Michael Herzog and Katrin Steffen for Casa Daros, “Illusions” is an exhibition that rouses spectators in multiple ways regarding the idea of illusion.
This year, the Nude Prize is the title that will accompany the image designed by Vanessa Beecroft – guiding artist of the award – for the tenth edition of the Furla Art Award.
On the anniversary of the Great War Rä di Martino presents at Museion “Authentic News of Invisible Things”, a new project inspired by dummy tanks and produced in Bolzano.
Para Site and Spring Workshop presents the exhibition “Islands off the Shore of Asia”, based on the interpretations of the remote islands claimed by different nations across East Asia.
The group show dotLand marks the debut of Peninsula, a group of artists largely Italian, that seeks to develop a dialog with Berlin's international artistic and cultural community.
Mori Art Museum presents “MAM Project 022: Jacob Kirkegaard”, an exhibition devoted to the Danish artist’s works on the theme of the human sense of hearing.
Kunsthalle Düsseldorf presents an exhibition of works by the German photographer Thomas Ruff, “Lichten”, covering the last 35 years, from the late 1970s to the present.
“L'époque, les humeurs, les valeurs, l’attention”, the exhibition of the 16° Prize Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, curated by castillo/corrales – a co-operatively run, non-profit contemporary art venue – puts up the young French art.
Reviews / Ivo Bonacorsi
The exhibition curated by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio at the Fundación Proa provides the first anthological overview of Fabio Mauri’s art to be seen in South America.