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Paula Rego, Love, 1997. Courtesy Victoria Miro. © Ostrich Arts Ltd.

Paula Rego and fall program at Kestner Gesellschaft

October 30, 2022–January 29, 2023 The Kestner Gesellschaft is still looking for a tender narrator, conscious homo empathicus, who engages in critical intimacy and views tenderness as a tool and "a way of looking that shows the world as being alive, living, interconnected, cooperating with, and codependent on itself" following its summer group exhibition on…

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View of IN A DREAM YOU SAW A WAY TO SURVIVE AND YOU WERE FULL OF JOY, The Contemporary Austin, Austin, Texas, 2022. Text from Survival, © 2022. Jenny Holzer, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY. Courtesy of the Contemporary Austin. Photo: Alex Boeschenstein.


September 17, 2022–February 12, 2023 Titled after a text by Jenny Holzer, IN A DREAM YOU SAW A WAY TO SURVIVE AND YOU WERE FULL OF JOY features works by eight female artists—Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Adriana Corral, Ellie Ga, Juliana Huxtable, Tala Madani, Danielle McKinney, Wendy Red Star, and Clare Rojas. The exhibition addresses a range of issues…

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Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Oriana (production still), 2022. Photo: Bleue Liverpool.

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: Oriana at EMPAC

October 14, 2022 A group of feminist activists seeks refuge amid a vibrant Puerto Rican landscape in Beatriz Santiago Muoz's first feature film, Oriana. The movie relocates the characters from the infamous novel Les Guérillères by Monique Wittig to the island after Hurricane Maria, where they labor and cook, dance and relax, and train for…

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Caroline Kieruld, Foran Vindu, 2022.

KODE Bergen Art Museum presents Annette Kierulf and Caroline Kierulf: To Make a World

October 7, 2022–January 22, 2023 The sisters and artists Annette and Caroline Kierulf have significantly contributed to the revival of printmaking in Norway. To Make a World, a comprehensive exhibition of their work organized in close consultation with the artists, opens this fall at the KODE Bergen Art Museum. Throughout their careers, Annette Kierulf (born in…

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Sanja Iveković, Make Up, 1979. Sewing pins on paper. Courtesy of the artist.

Kunsthalle Wien presents Sanja Iveković: Works of Heart (1974–2022)

October 4, 2022–March 12, 2023 Opening: October 4, 7pm Performance: October 5, 7pm, Sanja Iveković and Mitja Obed, Mother and Daughter (Chicken and Egg) Since the 1970s, gender and political themes have been consistently addressed in Sanja Ivekovi's artistic work, which has a definite feminist and activist stance. She has impacted a number of generations of artists and curators with…

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