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[1] View of Enrico Vezzi: L'ordine immaginario (The Imaginary Order), Tenuta Dello Scompiglio, Lucca, Italy, 2022. Courtesy of Associazione Culturale Dello Scompiglio. [2] View of Cecilia Bertoni: Danze vuote (Empty Dances), Tenuta Dello Scompiglio, Lucca, Italy, 2022. Courtesy of Associazione Culturale Dello Scompiglio.

Associazione Culturale Dello Scompiglio presents Enrico Vezzi and Cecilia Bertoni

Enrico Vezzi: L’ordine immaginario (The Imaginary Order) Cecilia Bertoni: Danze vuote (Empty Dances) November 19, 2022–February 26, 2023 On Saturday, November 19, from 5 to 8pm, in the SPE-Performance and Exhibition Space—Tenuta Dello Scompiglio (Lucca, Italy), the following installations will open: Enrico Vezzi: L’ordine immaginario (The Imaginary Order) and Cecilia Bertoni: Danze vuote (Empty Dances) Enrico Vezzi: L’ordine immaginario (The Imaginary Order) Curated by Angel Moya Garcia Until February 26, 2023 In the…

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André Corboz, Santa Monica as seen from personal desk during Getty Center residency, 1993. Fondo A. Corboz, Biblioteca dell’Accademia di architettura, USI.

Territory as Palimpsest: The legacy of André Corboz at Teatro dell’architettura Mendrisio

November 4, 2022–February 5, 2023 The Teatro dell’architettura Mendrisio of the Università della Svizzera italiana presents the exhibition Territory as Palimpsest: The legacy of André Corboz, promoted by the Academy of Architecture—USI, with the Institute for the History and Theory of Art and Architecture—ISA, the support of the Academy of Architecture Library and of the Borromini Chair, from November…

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Maria Toumazou, Artist's Collection, 2022. Photo: Maria Toumazou. Courtesy of the artist.

Grazer Kunstverein presents Maria Toumazou: RHYTHM, CITIZEN

September 24–December 11, 2022 Opening: September 23, 6–9pm Borrowed: September 24, 5–6pm, book launch EXHAUST: September 24, 9–10pm, concert Café Wolf, Annenstraße 18, Graz “It all started with a swinging bell,” she said. “I want the bell to crack.” Sign and time are announced when a bell is struck. To celebrate life in Old Town, to hide or worship, to fire employees and start over,…

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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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Courtesy of TAXISPALAIS Kunsthalle Tirol.

TAXISPALAIS Kunsthalle Tirol presents STORIES OF TIME

July 30–November 6, 2022 Opening: July 29, 2022,7pm STORIES OF TIME, the third and final installment of TAXISPALAIS' exhibition trilogy addressing the Western paradigm dilemma (WITCHES/GODDESSES), will look at how humans could challenge the linearity and development that is a key tenet of Western thought. Through concepts like the avant-garde and various institutional kinds, like the museum…

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Alan Martín Segal, Incomplete Disappearance (still), 2020–21. Courtesy of the artist.

In Practice: Literally means collapse at SculptureCenter

May 12–August 1, 2022 Marco Barrera, Allen Hung-Lun Chen, Violet Dennison, Enrique Garcia, Ignacio Gatica, Cherisse Gray, Jessica Kairé, Alan Martín Segal, Fred Schmidt-Arenales, Stella Zhong, Monsieur Zohore In Practice: Literally means collapse is an exhibition of new works and artistic meditations that consider the notion of the ruin expanded to include social traditions as well as…

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Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas, The Teachings of the Hands (stills), 2020. Panoramic digital video with surround sound, 46 minutes. Courtesy of the artists and Ballroom Marfa.

The Blessings of the Mystery at Ballroom Marfa

May 26–September 4, 2022 Opening celebration: June 4, 5–7pm For the exhibition The Blessings of the Mystery artists Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas present a newly commissioned film and series of installations rooted in West Texas. The project crystallizes the artists’ research into the connections and tensions between the cultural, scientific, industrial, and sociopolitical forces across locations like the…

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