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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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Mary Bauermeister, Zuvielisation, satellite exhibition of Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Humorkirche Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, 2022. Photo: Christian Lauer.

Nassauischer Kunstverein presents Mary Bauermeister: Zuvielisation

June 3–August 7, 2022 “Too much, too much, too much” - Are we living in a civilisation of “too muches”? Mary Bauermeister’s large-sized installation Zuvielisation forms the centrepiece of the collaborative exhibition of Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden and the Berger Collection, taking place in a profaned church, the Humorkirche in Wiesbaden-Erbenheim. Mary Bauermeister used her Cologne studio to…

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Jana Wisniewski, “WOFÜR? haben wir eigentlich gestimmt (WHAT FOR? have we actually voted for),” 1981. Poster design, photograph with mounted text-foil. Courtesy of Künstlerhaus-Archiv.

Künstlerhaus, Austrian Artists’ Association presents 1503.

June 23–September 25, 2022 Preview: June 22, 12–9pm, film screenings until 6pm, concert (Karlheinz Essl) at 6:30pm, and a performance (Christa Biedermann) In the German-speaking world, the Künstlerhaus was one of the first artist-run institutions. Since its founding in 1861, the "Genossenschaft der bildenden Künstler im Künstlerhaus," which later became the "Gesellschaft der bildenden Künstler im Künstlerhaus,"…

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Clockwise, from top left: View of Ilaria Vinci: Phoenix Philosophy Café, Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich, 2022. Photo: Philipp Hänger. View of ektor garcia: nudos de tiempo, Cabaret Voltaire, 2022. Photo: CE. Ilaria Vinci with Rafal Skoczek, Jamira Estrada, Ronja Varonier, Stay Kids, When Darkness, 2022. Performance view, Historical Hall, Cabaret Voltaire, 2022. Photo: Romain Mader. Stefan Burger, Narcissus, zentrales Höhlengrau, Erbse Flamingo I. Photo: Stefan Burger.

Cabaret Voltaire presents its 2022 program

April 30–December 31, 2022 The birthplace of Dada has now opened in its renovated location. With temporary exhibitions in the Vaulted Cellar or Tuesday Soirées in the Historical Hall, the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich functions as a platform for contemporary art and debates—in dialogue with the avant-garde. Since the completion of the renovations, there is a new Artists’ Bar in the entrance area, where…

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