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The Missed Seminar, Decolonizing Socialism: Entangled Internationalism, inter∞note 2021. Research diagram. [2] Steve McQueen, End Credits. Installation view, Tate Modern, London, 2020.

Haus der Kulturen der Welt presents The Missed Seminar

October 28–December 30, 2022 End Credits (2012–2022) by Steve McQueen screenings: October 27–31, November 17–21, December 21–30 October 29, a conversation with Avery F. Gordon, Charisse Burden Stelly, Doreen Mende, Charlotte Misselwitz and Zoé Samudzi November 19, talks and conversations with Barbara Ransby, Yulia Gradskova and others Conceptualized by Doreen Mende in conversation with Avery F. Gordon, Lama El Khatib, Aarti Sunder…

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Noor Abed, our songs were ready for all wars to come, 2021. Single-channel video with sound, 20 minutes. Courtesy of the artist.

Para Site presents While we are embattled

October 2–November 20, 2022 Opening reception: September 30, 6–8pm While we are embattled, curated by Nomaduma Rosa Masilela and Thiago de Paula Souza, is the seventh installment of Para Site's yearly Emerging Curators exhibition.The exhibition brings together works by Noor Abed, Morehshin Allahyari, Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Sara Haq, Junghun Kim, Carolyn Lazard, Sabelo Mlangeni, Jota Mombaça, Avery…

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Betye Saar, Snake in the Heart, 1987. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.

49 Nord 6 Est presents Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight and Émilie Picard: Degrés Est

September 9, 2022–January 22, 2023 The exhibition Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight compiles a number of the American artist's immersive works (b. 1926, Los Angeles). They demonstrate how the artist harnesses the emotive power of found objects despite being rarely displayed till now. These installations present viewers with radical new worlds inspired by ritual and myth, highlighting…

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Alisha B Wormsley, Remnants, Portals and Power: The Afterlife, 2022. Courtesy of Tom Little.

Mattress Factory presents SHRINE

June 17–December 30, 2022 SHRINE is a tripartite event that honors the building of holy places as sites of resistance and liberation struggle and is presented by The Mattress Factory (MF), Sibyls Shrine, and Pittsburgh-based artist and curator Jessica Gaynelle Moss. Through December 30, 2022, SHRINE will feature brand-new immersive works by six artists that combine technology…

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jaamil olawale kosoko, Syllabus for Black Love (still), 2022. Three-channel video. Courtesy of the artist. © jaamil olawale kosoko.

Wexner Center for the Arts presents the exhibition platform Portal For(e) the Ephemeral Passage

June 10–August 14, 2022 Guest curated by jaamil olawale kosoko. With its summer exhibition, the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University ushers in a new era of access and collaboration. Portal For(e) the Ephemeral Passage, on view June 10–August 14, is the first exhibition guest curated by a Wexner Center Artist Residency Award recipient, jaamil olawale…

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