With the start of the war on terror and the proliferation of militarized technologies, many artists developed new aesthetic approaches to explore military sites and industries. Overt: Militarization as Ideology focuses on the ways in which artists have engaged aesthetically with the concept and condition of militarization. Through video, film, drawings, and installation, the exhibition highlights the […]
The Missing Circle is a three-year series curated by Magalí Arriola, KADIST collection Regional Curator for Latin America, departing from the shared experience of death and extinction in Latin America from colonial times to the present. Consisting of a series of seminars, artist commissions, and exhibitions, The Missing Circle explores the various manifestations of death […]
An exhibition celebrates the 20 year anniversary of the Prix Marcel Duchamp
“Images liées”. Programmation vidéo dans le cadre de Manifesta 13 /Les Parallèles du Sud > Trait(s) d’union
The exhibition organised at Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau remembers the state-organized solidarity campaign calling for the release of the US philosopher, communist and Black Power activist Angela Davis. “A million roses for Angela” was the motto of a postcard campaign in 1970-72 in support of Davis, who at the time was being held under terrorism charges. Exhibited […]
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s installation tells of a not-too-distant future in which everyday objects and surfaces can be used to watch over the population. Not only the walls have ears. Even the packaging in the supermarket might be listening to you as you shop. Find out what that might sound like at the Spar branches at […]
Thanks for Nothing presents the exhibition “Heaven”, named after Oliver Beer’s work, from Friday November, 6th to Sunday, November 8th at the Palais de Tokyo, with the support of the institution. Following this, Thanks for Nothing organizes an online charity sale with the support of the Sotheby’s auction house, from Friday, November 13th to Wednesday, […]
In 1968, a group of French filmmakers including Jean-Luc Godard and Chris Marker crafted short, quickly made cinematic responses to the political and social upheaval that shook Paris in May of that year. Inspired in part by this project, called Cinétracts, the Wexner Center commissioned 20 short films by filmmakers from around the world.
The Core Residency Program presents Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s livestreamed web lecture at mfah.org/core
The exhibition, curated by Tanya Rumpff, appeals to primary, almost animalistic traits. The sculptures and installations by a diverse group of artists comment on the difficulties of life. At first sight, Liliana Porter’s installation seems endearing. But take a closer look at the havoc wreaked by the cute miniature people and discover a deeper layer […]
Living, Forgiving, Remembering brings together works based on the themes of tolerance, reconciliation and forgiveness. They suggest various ways in which social and political differences might be overcome.