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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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Isaac Julien, The Lady of the Lake (Lessons of the Hour), 2019. © Isaac Julien. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro

K20 and K21 presents 2023 exhibition program

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen 2023 Exhibition Program Etel Adnan: April 1, 2023—July 16, 2023 ​Press conference: Thursday, March 30, 2023, 11am at K20 The first extensive monographic exhibition of Etel Adnan's work in Germany is jointly organized by the Lenbachhaus in Munich and the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf. Etel Adnan, who was born in Beirut and lived from 1925 until…

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Clarissa Tossin, Mojo’q che b’ixan ri ixkanulab / Antes de que los volcanes canten / Before the Volcanoes Sing, 2022. Courtesy of the artist and EMPAC/Rensselaer.

Clarissa Tossin at EMPAC—Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center

September 9, 2022 Mojo'q che b'ixan ri ixkanulab' by Clarissa Tossin, commissioned by EMPAC, is titled Before the Volcanoes. Sing travels across architectural locations that are both imagined and actual, cosmic and colonized, taking the audience on a fully sensory trip through many times, languages, and musical genres. The focus of the moving picture piece is…

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jaamil olawale kosoko, Syllabus for Black Love (still), 2022. Three-channel video. Courtesy of the artist. © jaamil olawale kosoko.

Wexner Center for the Arts presents the exhibition platform Portal For(e) the Ephemeral Passage

June 10–August 14, 2022 Guest curated by jaamil olawale kosoko. With its summer exhibition, the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University ushers in a new era of access and collaboration. Portal For(e) the Ephemeral Passage, on view June 10–August 14, is the first exhibition guest curated by a Wexner Center Artist Residency Award recipient, jaamil olawale…

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