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Zac Langdon-Pole, Breath as Breath as Breath, 2020. Film. Courtesy of the artist and Michael Lett.

Lines of Flight at the Centre International d’Art et du Paysage, Vassivière Island

July 10–November 6, 2022 Opening: July 9, 5–7pm The theme of the group show Lines of Flight is mobility across geographical and political boundaries. The pieces on display challenge ideas about native and non-native species, climate change, and voluntary and involuntary migrations by fusing natural and anthropogenic processes. The exhibition suggests a sequence of contacts between plants,…

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View of Ahmet Doğu İpek: A Halo of Blackness Upon Our Heads, ARTER, 2022. Photo: Sena Nur Taştekne.

Arter announces 2022 exhibition programme

Locus Solus Until December 31, 2022 Curator: Selen Ansen The goal of the group exhibition Locus Solus is to explore nature's facets via the lenses of facts, fictions, and emotions. It centers on the idea of nature. The exhibition explores the interactions and interactions between nature and culture, and how natural settings and organic processes interact with human…

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Amy and Jennifer Khoshbin, Sun Seekers. Photo: Gregory Gentert.

LMCC presents River To River Festival

June 12–26, 2022 From June 12–26, 2022, LMCC hosts the 21st annual River To River Festival, Downtown New York City's leading free summer arts festival. Discover a spectacular and diverse range of dance and musical performances, visual art installations, film, participatory processions, family events, and more, all created by cutting-edge artists in NYC. Nature, ritual, and metaphysical wonders…

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Elena Mazzi, Copperialities, mixed media installation, 2022.

Parco Arte Vivente presents Elena Mazzi

Elena Mazzi On copper, wax, iron, wisteria and ice 10 years of smellscapes, labs and conversations June 15–October 23, 2022 The PAV Parco Arte Vivente is pleased to present On copper, wax, iron, wisteria and ice: Elena Mazzi—10 years of smellscapes, labs and conversations, Elena Mazzi’s solo exhibition curated by Marco Scotini. The relationship between geographic areas at risk and the communities that…

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