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Milo Rau, Das Neue Evangelium, 2020. Photo: Fruitmarket, Langfilm, IIPM, Armin Smailovic.

Milo Rau at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen

November 17–December 18, 2022 The Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen presents the exhibition Warum Kunst? (Why art?) by Milo Rau.The exhibition Warum Kunst? (Why art?) by Milo Rau is on view at the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen. The theatre director and novelist, who grew up in St. Gallen, looks back on 15 years of activism and artistic…

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Gordon Hookey, hoogah boogah, 2005. Card and paint stencil. Installation view, Gordon Hookey: A MURRIALITY, UNSW Galleries, Sydney. Photo: Jacquie Manning. Courtesy of the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane. © Gordon Allan Hookey/Copyright Agency, 2022.

Institute of Modern Art presents Gordon Hookey: A MURRIALITY

October 22–December 23, 2022 The Institute of Modern Art (IMA) presents renowned Waanyi artist Gordon Hookey’s first survey exhibition, A MURRIALITY. The most well-known aspects of Hookey's writing are his scathing satire of Australian politics and culture, his clever critique of racism, and his examination of traditions of oral and visual history-making. A MURRIALITY provides viewpoints on historical…

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Sanja Iveković, Make Up, 1979. Sewing pins on paper. Courtesy of the artist.

Kunsthalle Wien presents Sanja Iveković: Works of Heart (1974–2022)

October 4, 2022–March 12, 2023 Opening: October 4, 7pm Performance: October 5, 7pm, Sanja Iveković and Mitja Obed, Mother and Daughter (Chicken and Egg) Since the 1970s, gender and political themes have been consistently addressed in Sanja Ivekovi's artistic work, which has a definite feminist and activist stance. She has impacted a number of generations of artists and curators with…

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Andrea Bowers, Step It Up Activist, Sand Key Reef, Key West, Florida, Part of North America’s Only Remaining Coral Barrier Reef, 2009. Colored pencil on paper. 22 1/4 x 30 inches. Charlotte Feng Ford Collection. Photo: Thomas Mueller.

Hammer Museum presents Andrea Bowers

June 19–September 4, 2022 Opening party: June 25, 8–11pm Andrea Bowers and Connie Butler in conversation: June 26, 2–3:30pm The Hammer Museum at UCLA presents the first museum retrospective surveying more than two decades of work by the Los Angeles–based artist Andrea Bowers (b. 1965, Wilmington, Ohio). Bowers has built an international reputation as a chronicler of contemporary…

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