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Emma Wolf-Haugh, Domestic Optimism. Photo: Louis Haugh, 2021.

De Appel presents Emma Wolf-Haugh: Domestic Optimism

October 13–December 11, 2022 Domestic Optimism by Emma Wolf-Haugh discusses architecture from the 20th century. With regard to the shifting standards within the social, cultural, and economic evolution(s) of post-colonial western society, it specifically addresses its historical narrative and ongoing influence. Wolf-Haugh is intrigued by the moral issues that accompanied such change, particularly those arising…

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Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij.

Offspring 2022 at De Ateliers

October 29–November 13, 2022 Opening: October 28, 6–9pm De Ateliers presents the 17th edition of Offspring, curated by Taylor Le Melle. Participating artists: Vicente Baeza Zúñiga, Tild Greene, Lieve Hakkers, Tash Keddy, Brigitte Louter, Sam Marshall Lockyer, mhm, mhm, Dina Mimi, Horacy Muszyński and Marcella de Wolff. These ten people have given their work—in other words, the walls, doors,…

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Theo Eshetu, Ghost Dance, 2020. © Theo Eshetu.

Goethe-Institut London presents Practicing Freedom

Fall 2022 Poetic Intervention—The Afterlives of Objects: October 14, 7:30pm, live conversation between museum directors Wayne Modest and Nanette Snoep Goethe-Institut Amsterdam Symposium in Lagos: November 8–10,discussion about practicing and performing decoloniality in various lectures and performances African Artists' Foundation Lagos The Moving Museum by Theo Eshetu: December 7, 7pm, film screening followed by a conversation between Theo Eshetu and Selene Wendt Goethe-Institut…

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Yuki Kihara, Genesis 9:16 (After Gauguin), 2020. Hannemühle fine art paper mounted on aluminium, 73.2 x 91.5cm. Courtesy of Yuki Kihara and Milford Galleries, Aotearoa New Zealand.

Yuki Kihara presents Talanoa Forum: Swimming Against the Tide online and in person

Talanoa in Venice: October 11–13 Talanoa in Leiden/Amsterdam : October 15–19 Aotearoa New Zealand Pavilion for the 59th International Art Exhibition—the Venice Biennale—artist Yuki Kihara is hosting a virtual and physical event called Talanoa Forum: Swimming Against the Tide in conjunction with her exhibition Paradise Camp, which is being curated by Natalie King. An inclusive, interactive, and transparent discourse…

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Louise Lawler, Produced in 1988, Purchased in 1989; Produced in 1989, Purchased in 1993 (adjusted to fit), 1995/2010, and Jeff Koons, Ushering in Banality, 1988. In the background: Martine Syms, GIRRRLGIRLLLGGGIRLGIIIRL, 2017, wall painting. All: collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij, Amsterdam.

New collection presentation and program highlights at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Tomorrow is a Different Day: Collection 1980–Now Everyday, Someday and Other Stories: Collection 1950–1980 Yesterday Today: Collection until 1950 Three shows make up the Stedelijk's brand-new collection presentation of visual art and design, which is arranged thematically and loosely chronologically. The development of art and design alongside social movements and their different histories that reflect many viewpoints are…

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