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Kévin Bray, Vertical Atlas, 2018.

Het Nieuwe Instituut and Hivos present Vertical Atlas

October 27–November 27, 2022 Book launch and exhibition opening: October 27, 8–10pm, with lectures by Nanjala Nyabola and Benjamin H. Bratton and performance by artist Francois Knoetze Hivos and Het Nieuwe Instituut are pleased to announce the book launch and exhibition opening of Vertical Atlas on October 27, 2022, 8–10pm CET at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam with lectures…

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Courtesy of Canadian Centre for Architecture.

BIBLIOGRAPHY 3: Canadian Centre for Architecture at COMMERCE in Milan

September 6–October 1, 2022 CCA has been publishing books since before it had a building, and it has always viewed them as a method to support, advance, and consolidate our research as well as to express our opinions on the issues we believe architecture needs to solve immediately. From September 6 to October 1, COMMERCE presents a…

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[1] Kunstverein Toronto announcement. [2] G.B. Jones monograph cover image.

Kunstverein Toronto launches new website and presents G.B. Jones

Exhibition opening and book signing with G.B. Jones: August 6, 5–7pm Performance by Nat Pyper and Fifth Column tribute show: September 10 After a brief break, Kunstverein Toronto has returned with a new website created by Laura Pappa and Lotte Lara Schröder, as well as an impending book launch and exhibition with artist G.B. Jones. G.B. Jones August 6-September 10, 2022 Kunstverein…

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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 Shubigi Rao, Pulp III: A Short Biography of the Banished Book, Singapore Pavilion, 59th Venice Biennale, 2022. Commissioned by National Arts Council, Singapore, curated by Ute Meta Bauer. Exhibition design: Laura Miotto.

Singapore Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale presents Pulp III online

April 23–November 27, 2022 Every character in every tale is displaced, a mis-shelved book, a mistranslated text. We are, like the characters we read, restless bodies obsessed with our misapprehensions and mistaken identities, elliptical and misaligned, spinning on axes of our own grinding. We lurk in our murk, we are miasma. —Shubigi Rao, Pulp: A Short Biography…

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