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W. A. Sutton, Several degrees of attention, 2022. Installation view, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Ngāmotu New Plymouth, Aotearoa New Zealand. Photo: Bryan James.

Several degrees of attention: Thinking with the collection at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

July 9–November 13, 2022 The exhibition Several degrees of attention offers four ways into and out of specific contemporary art histories that we are familiar with. It consists of four curatorial projects, each of which draws inspiration from a specific work or collection of works in the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery collection. The permanent collection of the Govett-Brewster…

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José Medeiros, Abdias Nascimento (Dr. Emanuel), 1957. Abdias Nascimento Collection – IPEAFRO.

Inhotim presents Second Act of the Black Art Museum by Abdias Nascimento

May 28–October 16, 2022 Inhotim has a museum inside of its building that, for a two-year period, exhibits the Black Art Museum idea envisioned by Abdias Nascimento (1914-2011) in the early 1950s. The project is co-curated by Inhotim and IPEAFRO (Institute for Afro-Brazilian Research and Studies). The interdisciplinary heritage of Nascimento, a poet, playwright, curator, visual artist,…

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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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