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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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View of Lydia Ourahmane, Barzakh, S.M.A.K., Ghent, 2022. Photo: Dirk Pauwels.

Lydia Ourahmane: Barzakh at S.M.A.K. Ghent

May 21–September 18, 2022 “Barzakh” means “limbo” in Arabic, but also refers to the state in between life and death, a realm in which a spirit waits but also a physical place that offers relief. After the lockdown of 2020, Lydia Ourahmane (b. 1992, Sada, Algeria) transported all of the belongings of her rented apartment in…

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Iris Andraschek, Claudia (detail), 2002. © Iris Andraschek/ Bildrecht, Wien 2022.

Iris Andraschek at Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz

June 16–September 11, 2022 Opening: June 15, 7–8pm Art and Literature—finissage: September 11, 3–4pm I love you:-) by Iris Andraschek will be exhibited at the Lentos Kunstmuseum. Iris Andraschek's work is influenced by her fascination with motifs drawn from the worlds of ordinary culture and socio-political issues. Her art frequently explores the link between mankind and nature, as well…

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