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Senga Nengudi, Performance Piece, 1978. Silver gelatin prints, triptych. Overall: 118 3/8 x 41 inches. © Senga Nengudi, 2022. Courtesy of Sprüth Magers and Thomas Erben Gallery, New York. Photo: Harmon Outlaw.

Call for papers: 2023 Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium

Proposal deadline: December 4, 2022 The 2023 Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium, sponsored by the Nasher Sculpture Center, is now accepting applications. The symposium's goal is to advance knowledge of contemporary sculpture in all of its forms. Submissions should address themes related to the work of the 2023 Nasher Prize Laureate Senga Nengudi. The Nengudi Prize Graduate Symposium will…

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Kerstin Brätsch, PARA PSYCHIC_Glut (Elysium), 2020–21. Courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery.

Ludwig Forum Aachen presents Kerstin Brätsch: Die Sein—Para Psychics

September 24, 2022–February 5, 2023 Opening: September 23, 7pm Book launch: September 24, 11am, with a guided tour through the exhibition with Kerstin Brätsch, Kerstin Stakemeier, and Eva Birkenstock Painter Kerstin Brätsch, who divides her time between Berlin and New York, has honed a particular method of working through which she continuously broadens the scope of painting, redefining and…

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Zinny/Maidagan, Zeit in Zahlen, 2020–2022. Collage, 21 x 29 cm.

Zinny/Maidagan at daadgalerie

July 22–September 25, 2022 Dolores Zinny and Juan Maidagan, two previous fellows, are showcasing works they've produced since relocating to Berlin in the early 2000s in their exhibition at the daadgalerie. Collaborative projects, Zinny/installations, Maidagan's paintings, and sculptural objects explore the ways in which space is used as a commons resource in poetic and frequently abstract…

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Céline Condorelli, Zanzibar, 2019. Six-colour offset print. Courtesy of the artist.

Talbot Rice Gallery presents Céline Condorelli: After Work

June 25–October 1, 2022 Talbot Rice Gallery announces the first survey exhibition of Céline Condorelli. Condorelli is an artist whose work has evolved through art, architecture, design and friendship and has remained committed to the articulation of transformation throughout. From raw materials, cultivation and extraction, to processes of industrialisation and labour, through to methods of display, reception…

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Design: Eunjoo Hong and Hyungjae Kim. Courtesy of the Seoul Museum of Art, 2022.

Seoul Museum of Art presents Grid Island

May 26–August 15, 2022 Grid Island emphasizes “production as the condition and process of generating discourses,” above fundamental tasks of a museum such as collection, research, exhibition and education. In the history of art, works have been produced in line with societal and technological development. Today, the concept of production highlights art making itself, collaborations with…

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