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Courtesy University of Applied Arts Vienna.

University of Applied Arts Vienna presents the Octopus

June 1–17, 2022 The Octopus Programme concludes with the Octopus exhibition as the most comprehensive iteration of the experimental curatorial and educational path the Octopus Programme has pursued. The Octopus Programme is a guided research-based educational programme that encourages artistic research and production-based collaborations in different geographical regions. The exhibition presents an accumulation of research and…

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View of flashback:forward, HGB gallery, 2022. Photo: Anna Sophie Knobloch.

HGB Leipzig Gallery presents flashback:forward

May 13–June 25, 2022 Exhibition with works by: Gerard Byrne, Andrea Fraser, Clegg & Guttmann, Bouchra Khalili, Joseph Kosuth, Louise Lawler, Thomas Locher, Dorit Margreiter, Angela Melitopoulos with Maurizio Lazzarato, Henrik Olesen, Anna Oppermann, Marion von Osten, Stephen Prina, Josephine Pryde, Willem de Rooij, Katya Sander. Exhibition concept and realization: Ilse Lafer, Thomas Locher with the team…

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Harry Richards, 2022.

Big Big Big Show 2022 at Leeds Arts University

June 7–11, 2022 Leeds Arts University launches the Big Big Big Show 2022, showcasing the work of talented graduating students in-person for the first time in three years. Featuring works of contemporary art, animation, illustration, graphic design, film, fashion, textiles, creative advertising, music, photography and writing, from across fifteen undergraduate courses, the University is delighted to present…

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David Lamelas, At Sunrise, 2015. Pastel on paper, 20 × 14 1/8 in. (51 × 36 cm). © David Lamelas. Courtesy the artist, Sprüth Magers, and Jan Mot. Photo: Arturo Sánchez.

Eros Rising at the Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA)

June 16–September 30, 2022 Opening reception: June 16, 5–8pm The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) is delighted to announce Eros Rising: Visions of the Erotic in Latin American Art, curated by Mariano López Seoane and Bernardo Mosqueira. Bringing together thirteen works by Artur Barrio, Oscar Bony, Carmelo Carrá, Feliciano Centurión, and David Lamelas…

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Bleda y Rosa, Mercado (Market). Entrance to the market in Miletus. Pergamon Museum, Berlin, 2021. From “Typologies,” ongoing since 2007. © Bleda y Rosa, VEGAP, Barcelona, 2022.

KBr Fundación MAPFRE presents Bleda y Rosa

May 26–September 4, 2022 Press conference: May 24, 11:30–12:30am María Bleda (born Castellón, 1969) and José María Rosa (born Albacete, 1970) are among the artists of their generation who have most closely focused on the complexities involved in the notion of landscape from within the field of contemporary photography. Over the course of three decades they have…

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Daphne Ahlers, Doubts, 2019. Courtesy of the artist and Sundy, London.

Kunsthalle Bremerhaven presents Daphne Ahlers, Leda Bourgogne, Evelyn Plaschg and Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo)

June 5–September 4, 2022 Opening: June 4, 6–9pm This exhibition brings together four positions of a younger generation of artists dealing with body, desire, gender, and sex. The works on display cover a broad range of artistic forms of expression, from painting and drawing, to sculptures and installations, to ready-mades. Daphne Ahlers (b. 1986) works in the field of sculpture.…

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Courtesy of Lofoten International Art Festival.

LIAF2022 preview exhibition: Kenneth Goldsmith at Kunstnernes Hus

June 9–August 7, 2022 Opening reception: June 9, 6:30–8:30pm, with announcement of LIAF 2022 artist list by Francesco Urbano Ragazzi and guided tour by Kenneth Goldsmith Kenneth Goldsmith: Retyping a Library Lofoten International Art Festival and Kunstnernes Hus are delighted to announce Retyping a Library, a solo exhibition by Kenneth Goldsmith (New York, 1961) opening on June 9, 2022 at Kunstnernes…

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Foreground: Amy Khoshbin, Sun Blast, 2021. Background: Jennifer Khoshbin, Soft Mural #3, 2021. Courtesy of the artists.

Upcoming exhibitions at The Arts Center at Governors Island

Amy Khoshbin and Jennifer Khoshbin: Sun Seekers Elissa Blount-Moorhead and Bradford Young: Back and Song Simon Benjamin: Pillars May 28–October 30, 2022 Sun Seekers performance/activation : May 28, 3–4pm Upper Gallery The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) is pleased to announce that The Arts Center at Governors Island will reopen for a new public season of dynamic exhibitions and programs beginning Saturday, May 28, 2022 through October…

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