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Theo Eshetu, Ghost Dance, 2020. © Theo Eshetu.

Goethe-Institut London presents Practicing Freedom

Fall 2022 Poetic Intervention—The Afterlives of Objects: October 14, 7:30pm, live conversation between museum directors Wayne Modest and Nanette Snoep Goethe-Institut Amsterdam Symposium in Lagos: November 8–10,discussion about practicing and performing decoloniality in various lectures and performances African Artists' Foundation Lagos The Moving Museum by Theo Eshetu: December 7, 7pm, film screening followed by a conversation between Theo Eshetu and Selene Wendt Goethe-Institut…

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AnnaMaria Pinaka, untitled, 2022. From the series “Thirsty Pig.” Ink and watercolor. Photo: AnnaMaria Pinaka.

Call for research: Stedelijk Studies Journal Issue 13

The item collection serves as the traditional museum's core, providing the institution's history and defining characteristics as a social and political organization. Although the museum endures societal changes, the foundation of its research projects frequently draws on historical customs. The creative approaches provided by art-based research from the twenty-first century that question how items relate…

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View of Delinking and Relinking, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 2021. Photo: Joep Jacobs.

Van Abbemuseum presents Delinking and Relinking

The next Van Abbemuseum collection show, titled Delinking and Relinking, will be on display through 2025. The collection is presented as a sequence of encounters between artworks, histories, and visitors, drawing on concepts created by decolonial philosophers. Three axes govern how the exhibition develops. One focuses on the occasions and connections that have influenced the museum…

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View of Folkwang and the City, Eco Village, Berliner Platz, Essen, Germany, 2022. Photo: Museum Folkwang, 2022.

Museum Folkwang presents Folkwang and the City

May 21–August 7, 2022 The Museum Folkwang is leaving its familiar territory and moving into the public space of Essen's City Nord with the exhibition Folkwang and the City, which opened on May 21. Thirteen artistic projects by renowned artists such as Jeremy Deller, Anouk Kruithof, and Simon Starling can be seen during the tour. The…

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