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3rd Geneva Biennale—Sculpture Garden

June 10–September 30, 2022 Opening: June 9, 6–10pm Villa La Grange, Parc La Grange The Geneva Biennale—Sculpture Garden, now in its third year, focuses on contemporary artists who examine our interactions with others and ourselves in an increasingly uncertain environment. More than 30 artists from Brazil, Germany, Kuwait, the United States, Belgium, Senegal, and Mexico have collected around…

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Bauhaus Earth presents Towards Re-Entanglement: A Charter for the City and the Earth

Initiated by Bauhaus Earth, Towards Re-Entanglement: A Charter for the City and the Earth offers guiding principles for the healthy re-entanglement of human activity with the Earth’s natural systems and the transformation of the construction industry from a driver of the climate crisis, into a regenerative force. Today’s unprecedented crises are an opportunity to restore…

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PACT Zollverein presents Claiming Common Spaces IV—Cool Down

June 20–26, 2022 With Nabil Ahmed, BERLIN,  Denise Ferreira da Silva, Sarah Farina, Maja Göpel, Silke Huysmans & Hannes Dereere, Catalina Insignares, Daniel Kötter, Bojana Kunst, Sonia Levy, Sergiu Matis, Carolina Mendonça, Pantha du Prince, Franziska Pierwoss & Sandra Teitge, Alex Martinis Roe, Melanie Sehgal, Michael Turinsky, Louise Wagner, and others. The festival Claiming Common Spaces—a festival series initiated by the Alliance of International Production Houses—will…

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View of BIO27 Super Vernaculars, Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2022. Photo: Urban Cerjak, MAO.

BIO27 Supervernaculars opens at MAO

BIO27 Super Vernaculars Design for a Regenerative Future May 26–September 29, 2022 BIO27 at Milano Design Week: June 8, 2022 BIO27 Super Vernaculars opened on May 26 at the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) and will welcome visitors until September 29, 2022. In response to epic environmental and health crises, curator Jane Withers has set the topic to Super…

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