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Jonas Mekas, Notes of the Circus (film still), 1966.

Mattatoio presents Jonas Mekas: Images Are Real

November 9, 2022–February 26, 2023 The 70-year career of avant-garde filmmaker Jonas Mekas is the subject of the retrospective exhibition Images Are Real. The exhibition, which includes a number of pieces from the 1950s to the late 2010s, depicts the Lithuanian artist's profession as a Dantesque journey flowing from the inferno of history to bliss…

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Antoni Tàpies, Portes i fletxes (Doors and Arrows), 1987. © Comissió Tàpies / Vegap. Photo: © FotoGasull, 2022.

Fundació Antoni Tàpies presents Bruce Conner: Light Out of Darkness and Tàpies: The Fertilizer that Feeds the Soil

Bruce Conner Light Out of Darkness October 8, 2022–March 5, 2023 Antoni Tàpies The Fertilizer that Feeds the Soil Tàpies (1958–88) October 8, 2022–April 30, 2023 Bruce Conner: Light Out of Darkness Curator: Roland Wetzel Bruce Conner, who was born in McPherson, Kansas in 1933 and passed away in San Francisco in 2008, is renowned for both his criticism of the art world and his…

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Céline Berger, AND I MEASURE (still), 2022.

Museum Angewandte Kunst presents CONTACT ZONES

October 8, 2022–January 15, 2023 CONTACT ZONES— A collaborative exhibition effort between the Museum Angewandte Kunst and the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics is called Murat Adash, Céline Berger, Syowia Kyambi. The beginning point is the artist-in-residence program INHABIT, in which three guest artists from various artistic disciplines interact and converse with researchers from…

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Silvia Kolbowski, Who will save us? (still), 2022. Courtesy of the artist.

Silvia Kolbowski and Laura Langer at Kunsthaus Glarus

September 4–November 27, 2022 Opening: September 3, 6–10pm Public talk with Silvia Kolbowski, Luiza Nader and Melanie Ohnemus: September 4, 4–5:30pm, livestreamed via website In two exhibition areas at Kunsthaus Glarus, Silvia Kolbowski displays the video pieces Who will help us? (2022) and Missing Asher (2019). Who will save us? was specifically made for this display. The video is a…

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[1] Samuel Kortey Baah. Courtesy of the artist. [2] Jessica Ekomane. Courtesy of the artist and Camille Blake. [3] Diana Ejaita. Courtesy of the artist. [4] Pınar Öğrenci. Courtesy of the artist and Kerem Uzel.

Winners of the Villa Romana Prize 2023

Villa Romana Prize 2023 The two chosen jurors for the Villa Romana Prize 2023—curator and publisher Chiara Figone and artist Emeka Ogboh—met this summer in Florence in the company of the organization's management committee member and incoming director Elena Agudio. Villa Romana e.V. appreciates the jury's choice and extends its gratitude. Samuel Kortey Baah, Diana Ejaita, Jessica…

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Jia Zhang-ke, Close-up. Installation view, Vive le cinéma!, Tabakalera, San Sebastián, Spain, 2022.

Tabakalera presents Vive le cinéma!

July 9, 2022–January 8, 2023 Dea Kulumbegashvili, Isaki Lacuesta, Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese, and Jia Zhang-ke, four filmmakers who have modified their usual practice of making films for cinema to creating cinematographic installations for an exhibition hall, present their audiovisual works in the exhibition Vive le cinéma!, which explores the limits of cinema. The four well-known filmmakers…

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