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Natalya Hughes, Studio Portrait, 2022. Photo: James Caswell. Courtesy of the artist, Milani Gallery (Brisbane), and Sullivan + Stumpf (Sydney).

Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane presents Natalya Hughes: The Interior

July 30–October 1, 2022 The Interior by Natalya Hughes brings viewers into an overblown consulting room that is humorously outfitted for psychoanalysis. In order to create a stimulating environment for exploring our societal and unconscious biases, this immersive installation blends sculptural chairs, lavishly patterned soft furnishings, and uncanny objects of art. The Interior plays with gendered power…

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Zinny/Maidagan, Zeit in Zahlen, 2020–2022. Collage, 21 x 29 cm.

Zinny/Maidagan at daadgalerie

July 22–September 25, 2022 Dolores Zinny and Juan Maidagan, two previous fellows, are showcasing works they've produced since relocating to Berlin in the early 2000s in their exhibition at the daadgalerie. Collaborative projects, Zinny/installations, Maidagan's paintings, and sculptural objects explore the ways in which space is used as a commons resource in poetic and frequently abstract…

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Courtesy of Düsseldorf Tourismus.

Open call: stadt.raum.experimente by the Kunstkommission Düsseldorf

Proposal deadline: October 15, 2022, 11:59pm About stadt.raum.experimente The City of Düsseldorf's Kunstkommission (Art Commission) is introducing a new format this year with the goal of promoting modern art in public settings. With stadt.raum.experimente, both regionally and globally recognized artists are invited to create experimental and transient ideas for Düsseldorf's urban environment. Stadt.raum.experimente is open to unconventional forms…

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